According to NOAA statistics, more than 800 Americans die every single year in car crashes caused by snow, sleet, and freezing rain. One particular news reporting wanted to warn residents to stay indoors one winter in a very unique, and hilarious way.

Bob Herzog is a traffic reporter for Local 12 News in Cincinnati. He’s known in the area as “Traffic Man,” and not only does he report the traffic, he makes it fun and entertaining. Who knew traffic could be fun?

Herzog has multiple parodies on YouTube; sometimes he turns a Miley Cyrus into a song about traffic. Another time he transformed Lorde’s “Royals” into a song called Loyals. He got the entire news crew in on that one.

But this particular traffic parody has his entire audience in stitches because it was just that funny. Herzog’s parody of the well-known song “Let It Go” from the song Frozen has been viewed over 2.5 million times.

Continue to the next page to watch the hilarious news reporter’s rendition of the popular Disney song. Get ready for a good belly laugh!

The moment that Pharrell William’s ‘Happy’ was released, it had people all over the world singing, dancing, and clapping along. The positive, uplifting tone of the song just makes you want to move your feet.

“Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth. Because I’m happy. Clap along if you know what happiness is to you. Because I’m happy. Clap along if you feel like that’s what you wanna do.”

Those are the positive lyrics of the popular song; a kid watching a Kentucky High School basketball tournament couldn’t help but bust out a move when the song started playing over the speakers.

Ladies and gentlemen, remember the name Peyton “Peanut” Henderson because he’s a person that all of us should try to emulate daily. He dances with reckless abandoned. Peanut could care less who is watching him shake that booty to the hit song.

At first, people weren’t noticing him get down to the Pharrell song; but soon? His dancing is taken to the next level. Continue to the next page to watch his awesome dance moves!

Whether its plagiarism or lip syncing, singers and other artists are accused being fakes or phonies quite often. Just ask Aida Nikolaychuk, a 29-year-old cashier auditioning for Ukraine’s X-Factor.

When Aida first appeared on stage, she is perfectly poised and looks like she’s been waiting for this moment for a lifetime. Aida tells the judges that she will be performing a song called ‘Lullaby’ by a popular Russian singer named Polina Gagarina.

Not moments after she had begun to sing, the judges, Ihor Kondratiuk and Sergey Vasilyevich Parkhomenko (a.k.a. Seryoga), began whispering. It doesn’t seem like Aida is noticing what they are saying so she continues to perform.

Seryoga: “Are you kidding me? Is this some joke?”
Ihor: “Is this a recording?”

Seryoga: “Yes, I think it’s a recording.”
Ihor: “Is this live? Is she lip syncing?”

This is the moment that the judges stopped the music; they couldn’t believe that she’d actually try and pull off a stunt like that on television. They asked her to sing a cappella and you’re going to want to see their faces — continue to the next page.