Watch Dick Van Dyke Relive Bert And Dance To ‘Step In Time’ In Mary Poppins Tribute

At 90 years old, Dick Van Dyke has still got the moves. On Sunday, February 21st, Disney revisited some of its most iconic films in its “Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland 60” show.

What was so magical is that Derek Hough (Dancing with the Stars) played Dyke’s character, Bert, for the song. And at 1:16 in the video, Hough opens a set of doors on the stage to reveal the one and only, Dick Van Dyke.

Dyke promptly hops onto stage and performs part of the dance sequence just as he did over 50 years ago when the film was first released in 1964.

As you can imagine, the crowd went wild at Dyke’s surprise appearance.

The 25 Worst Airports You’ll Want To Skip This Holiday Season

Holiday flying is the worst. There’s nothing quite like sitting in a metal tube 30,000 feet in the sky with your knees up under your chin battling for arm rest supremacy while you catch a million colds. And that’s after you got strip-searched by the TSA and then charged the gate only to realize that “Zone 2” is the new “Zone 7”.

Avoid the madness and watch this video so you know which terrible airports to skip when planning your holiday travels.

Wow! Watch 2 Men Fly Jetpacks Next To An A380 Plane

As a kid, I loved watching the movie, The Rocketeer. Set in 1938, a stunt pilot finds a jetpack and flies around saving the country.

Now, that dream is even closer to becoming a reality. Yves Rossy (also fondly known as “Jetman“) and his protege, Vince Reffet, stun us in their latest feat: flying in formation alongside an Emirates A380, the world’s largest passenger aircraft.

Meticulously choreographed, the pair and an A380 plane fly above the Dubai skyline to produce amazing video footage of this heart racing stunt.

At only 88 pounds, the jetpacks can zip along at speeds of up to 170 knots (about 195 miles per hour). Want to watch more? Check out their YouTube channel and website.

[h/t: Mashable]

Adele Is Back, And Better Than Ever With Her Hit Single, ‘Hello’

Adele hasn’t released a song in three years, but that doesn’t mean she’s lost her edge.

Released on October 23rd, her song, “Hello” smashed records with 1,112,000 downloads in a one week period. According to Billboard, her song slashes previous record holder, Flo Rida, and his “Right Round” song. In February 2009, his song accumulated 636,000 downloads in a one week period.

The song’s video has been making waves as well with over 61 million streams in a week. There is only one song that has outplayed Adele’s “Hello” – the “Harlem Shake” by Baauer, with 103 million streams in a one week period.

Perhaps one person that may not be thrilled by Adele’s success? Taylor Swift, as Adele’s video was the “second-fastest video to reach 100 million views on YouTube and broke Taylor Swift’s record for single day views on Vevo,” reports Entertainment Weekly.

With chart toppers like, “Set Fire to the Rain,” “Someone Like You,” and “Rolling in the Deep,”  her third album, 25, will most surely be another hit. Will you buy Adele’s third album, 25, when it’s released on November 20th?

 

Fast Food Chain Lets Chicken Run Their Twitter Account

No this isn’t a joke. Chicken Treat, an Australian-based chain food restaurant, lets a live chicken, fondly named Betty, tweet their messages.

“Even when she was little, she was a good egg,” states the ChickenTreatAU Youtube video.

So why is Chicken Treat doing this? They hope to make history in the Guinness Book of World Records and have Betty be the first chicken to tweet a real 5-letter English word.

Follow Betty and cheer for her on Twitter at @ChickenTweet and #chickentweet.

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