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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!

With so much negativity, sadness, and tragedy in the news these days, it’s stories and videos like this that can lift our spirits. The children in this video are our future which should give you great hope because, well, they’re incredible.

Baltimore’s Cardinal Shehan School Children’s Choir was rehearsing when someone decided to start filming. Thank goodness they did because what they captured will send chills down your spine.

The extremely talented kids are performing their rendition of Andra Day’s “Rise Up” and they hope that their song provides inspiration to people around the world. They want to spread love and positivity.

Since the video of the performance was uploaded, it has been viewed over 3 million times and receiving praise from people all over the world. Especially Baltimore. That’s because their powerful message hit very close to home.

Baltimore has been seeing their fair share of hardship and this children’s choir gives them a sense of optimism for the future. Continue to the next page to watch their moving and powerful performance for yourself.

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have been married for a long time — over 13 years in fact. What makes them so adorable is the fact that they still love each other just as much as when they first met.

Keith Urban released his eighth U.S. album called Ripcord and to celebrate, he and his wife did their very own rendition of carpool karaoke. In case you didn’t know, Nicole has quite the voice on her herself.

Despite the fact that they are both huge superstars, the country star and Hollywood actress seem to be nothing but down-to-earth when they’re with one another. That’s what makes them so darn cute.

Keith uploaded the adorable clip of the karaoke session on Facebook. They are both sitting in the car when the first single comes over the speakers. “Oh my God, I love this song!” Nicole says excitedly.

The song is called ‘The Fighter’ and it’s a duet with Carrie Underwood. In case you haven’t heard it, it’s amazing. The sweet couple starts to sing along, Nicole is singing Carrie’s part, it’s clear that they sing together often.

The video has been viewed over 71 million times since it’s been uploaded and you’re not going to want to miss it! Continue to the next page.

Imagine getting the opportunity to sing the national anthem at a local baseball game. Well, if you’re a good singer, you’d probably feel honored and excited about it. But sometimes, our nerves can get the best of any performer.

As we all know, the national anthem isn’t the easiest song. There are notes that are extremely hard to sing and for most of us, we try our best to get something out that vaguely sounds like singing.

A 7-year-old named Ethan Hall was going to be singing the national anthem at an Australian Baseball Game. The night prior to the game, Ethan had a case of the hiccups. Thankfully, they went away — or, so he’d hoped.

As the 7-year-old begins to sing the Australian national anthem, he seems a little nervous, but he continues. Soon, however, a hiccup came out. Oh, no. Were the hiccups coming back? It wasn’t long until another hiccup escapes, then another!

Ethan wasn’t going to let this hilarious case of hiccups ruin his performance of the national anthem, though! He just keeps powering through and keeps powering through. It’s quite admirable and you don’t want to miss it.

Continue to the next page to watch Ethan’s adorably hilarious performance.

Every single year, the talent on America’s Got Talent never ceases to amaze us. Of course, when there are talented kids on the show, it’s even more impressive. Seeing all of the talent and skills harnessed in one tiny body is simply amazing.

These 10 kids are by far the cutest and most talented kids to step foot on the AGT stage. 

Out of the twelve incredible seasons of the show, these awesome kids really blew the judges away. And the crowd too!

10. Darci Lynne — At just 12-years-old, Darci Lynne is an insanely talented ventriloquist. Her performance with her puppy Petunia leaves Simon blushing.

9. Christian Guardino — Even though the 16-year-old was very nervous. He busted out a performance so full of soul that you won’t believe it’s actually him singing.

8. Evie Clair — This 13-year-old gives a chilling performance dedicated to her father and his battle with stage 4 colon cancer. There isn’t a dry eye in the house. Make sure to grab a tissue.

Continue to the next page for more crazy, talented kids. Can you believe that all of these performers are under the age of 18?!

Jesse Jane McParland is now 11-years-old, but she proved her toughness when she was only nine. The young girl is a martial arts master, a true Samurai, and she’s certainly not anybody that you’d want to mess with.

“I saw people doing martial arts and I said ‘Daddy, daddy, look at this,’ but he said it was too dangerous,” she said during an appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show a couple years back.

Jesse decided that dancing or gymnastics weren’t really for her, what she really wanted to do was become an expert at martial arts.

“We went to watch basketball, but I couldn’t stop thinking about karate. We went home and mummy asked why I didn’t like ballet or Irish dancing, and I said, ‘Not every girl dreams of being a little princess.’”

Her Ellen appearance was about one year after the talented samurai was a contestant on the ninth season of Britain’s Got Talent. Everyone thinks she’s adorable as she speaks to the judges — but then she comes back with a sword.

Continue to the next page to watch the performance that landed her an interview on The Ellen Show. It’s beyond impressive!

Running for a position within the student government can take some creativity. You’ve got to stand out against all the other students who are competing against you. Most of the time, kids will make bright posters with sassy or clever slogans. Not this student!

A young boy named Walker was about to give a speech to the student body. His goal was to convince them to vote for him as student body president. Little did the audience know, it wasn’t going to be just an ordinary speech.

Much to the audience’s surprise, Walker had his sister on board to help him out. She and two of her friends joined Walker onto the gymnasium floor. However, all three of them walked onto the floor in huge, hilarious white hats with neon trim.

All of the sudden, Walker’s sister, Ashlin, and her friends bust out in these hilarious, side-splitting dance moves for the crowd of students. The three girls danced to “Elvira” by The Oak Ridge Boys in perfectly choreographed moves.

About one minute into their funny, unexpected performance is when the girls bust out their signature dance move that makes the students go crazy! You’re going to love to  see this amusing, impromptu performance in their giant hats. So creative!

Remember when you were a kid and every week you had a show and tell in class? Around 3rd to 5th grade, many of the kids seemed to be popping fingers and elbows out of place, showing off their double and triple-jointed skills. Just watching them was enough to make my bones hurt. Yet none of that compares to the feeling I got watching this America’s Got Talent contestant’s body-bending performance!

Alonso “Turf” Jones is a self-taught street dancing-contortionist, but when you watch his dance routine, you’ll think he’s more slinky than human. Turf was raised by his single mother who had common dreams for her son.

When he graduated high-school though, Turf decided there was no better way to spend his time than performing dance moves for a crowd. When he broke the news to his mom that he wouldn’t be going on to pursue a “normal” life, ditching college and corporate offices for a spot on a busy street corner, she kicked him out of the house!

When faced with homelessness, most people give up on their dreams. Many think if it were meant to be, it wouldn’t be that hard. Turf took a different attitude, figuring that if he was going to become a famous dancer, he would need to practice…a lot! What better place to do that than on the busy streets! He spent every waking moment for two years dancing for impromptu audiences, sometimes going all night!

Although Turf was homeless, he wasn’t broke. He said that when performing, he’d often walk away with $150 to $300 in his pocket per night! That’s substantially more than the average college-age student is making. Turf spent a lot of time proving to himself that following your dreams is worth it. In his audition though, he proved it to the masses.

When an interviewer for AGT asked Turf how his mom felt about him auditioning for AGT in 2012, his response was “I don’t know. She kicked me out two years ago and I haven’t spoken to her since!”

Nothing could stop him from pursuing his dream. He was made to dance, and he proved it with this tour de force! Continue to the next page to see the performance that shot Turf, a contortionist, like a shooting star straight to Vegas! 

Where Is This Child Prodigy Today?

Akiane Kramarik was first introduced to the nation as a child prodigy in 2003 when she painted two pieces titled Prince of Peace: The Resurrection, and Father Forgive Them. The realism the young child was able to produce in her paintings alone is noteworthy, but it’s her reply when asked where her inspiration comes from that has everyone captivated!

The two paintings are renditions of Jesus Christ that Akiane saw in what she describes as her “visions”. Akiane was born in 1994 in Mount Morris, Illinois. Her mother was a self-proclaimed atheist, and her father hailed from a non-practicing Catholic family.

So when the 4-year-old started drawing with a realism beyond her years, proclaiming the talent and visions were gifts from God, her mother was taken aback.

In several interviews, her mother explains that there is zero explanation as to how Akiane came to know about God or Jesus, or any of the other spiritually rich images she has created. The only explanation that has ever been given is the one that the young artist gives herself; she’s seen these people and places before, and God gave her the gift of her art to help bring people closer to Him.

As if the supernatural talent emblazoned in her imagery weren’t enough, her claims of seeing the true face of Jesus were solidified when the NY Times national bestseller book was released Heaven Is For Real. The nonfiction book is about a young boy named Colton Burpo who had a near-death experience at the age of four.

He had to undergo emergency surgery for a burst appendix and while he was on the table, he went to Heaven where he met angels, a great-grandpa he’d never met, and a miscarried sister he’d never been told about.

After the boy told his parents things he couldn’t have possibly known, they started pressing him for as much detail about his trip to heaven as possible. One thing they would do is show Colton hundreds of images of the face of Jesus, and according to Colton, none of them came close to Him.

Then one day, after three years of seeing and searching, Colton came across Akiane’s Prince of Peace: The Resurrection painting and told his father “They finally got it right!”  Continue to the next page to see the otherworldly experiences rendered by this little angel’s paintbrush!

There are over 5.5 million people suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease in the United States. It’s a disease that is devastating and tragic for not only the sufferer, but for their families as well. One teenager wrote a song for his Grandma who has Alzheimer’s and it moved the entire room to tears.

Harry Gardner auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent and from the moment he stepped on stage, the judges knew he was special. The quiet and shy 16-year-old politely spoke with the judges and told them that he’d written the song he was about to perform himself.

Harry wanted to perform a song that he had written and dedicated to his grandmother who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s almost 4 years ago. It was a song he poured a lot of thought and emotion into while writing.

The judges were excited to hear what this teen had composed for his grandmother, but they had no idea just how moving and emotional the performance would be. It was a moment that left everyone in the room teary-eyed and speechless.

Continue to the next page to see Harry’s beautiful song for his grandmother. If you have a personal experience with Alzheimer’s, this is sure to completely melt your heart.

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