Earlier, Mele did a video to show pictures of Ego from the film to his father saying that some people have told him that he resembles the famous food critic on screen. However, Mele’s father didn’t agree with him, but with touch of make-up his nailed the look.
Famous cities and squares around the world have been deserted as coronavirus continue to spread
Dan Stuglik and Amy Simonson will be joined by more than 100 cardboard cut-outs of family and friends when they are married at The Old Rugged Cross Church in Pokagon on April 4.
Several of FDNY’s fire trucks were lined up at many hospitals with their lights and sirens on, to acknowledge and salute the medical staff for their hard work in response to COVID-19.
Dr Jason Campbell, the anesthesiologist at the Oregon Health & Science University has taken the internet by storm with his TikTok dance videos and his fans now include Hollywood star Hugh Jackman.
Seven-week-old pup Cooper is the star of the video which is a parody of Gloria Gaynor’s superhit ‘I Will Survive’. The video has been going viral across social media sites.
Scenes from the documentary series are also being used by many to describe their days in lockdown. Some are mimicking the show’s lead characters in videos and there’s plenty of fan art on social media.
With selfies with bride and groom on the screen to best man speech over WhatsApp audio, the family made the best use of technology to be part of the wedding, crossing all hurdles to be a part of the ceremony.
In an email, the dean of Tisch School of Arts, Allyson Green, informed the students that they would not receive a refund and attached a video of herself dancing to ‘Losing My Religion’ by American rock band R.E.M.
Several videos and pictures of food-filled baskets hanging from balconies, known as “support baskets”, were shared on social media.
Jessica Lang, a reporter for Suncoast News Network in the USA, was recording a report from her kitchen when he father walked into the frame.
Since being shared online, the video has prompted several reactions from netizens, with many praising the collective community activity. “Any houses for sale? I’m moving here,” tweeted a user while another wrote, “Love this..Glad it’s helping keep morale up.”
The father-of-two mimicked the serving etiquette of a fancy restaurant and has been appreciated by parents across the world.
Dancing to the popular The Jackson 5 song, ABC, the pair from Nashville in Tennessee have now become social media stars.
Instead of social media being flooded with hilarious prank videos and tricks, people took to platforms like Twitter to say how April Fools’ Day is cancelled since 2020 seems like a joke.
With most countries under lockdown and people under quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic, the viral tweet saw netizens coming up with hilarious responses to the post.
South Korean shoe repairman Kim Byung-rok went viral after he decided to donate a part of his property to people who are facing economic difficulty
The police department took up the initiative after the girl’s father requested SAPD to cheer up his daughter as she could not go out and celebrate her birthday.
“While so many of us continue to feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, no one knows what is happening quite like our medical professionals,” read the post, which has now gone viral on social media.
Along with the samosas, the man was given an order to clean the nearby drain as punishment for hindering official work.