On a recent return trip from Sydney, Australia to New York City, Emirates Airlines gave popular filmmaker Casey Neistat a bump up from business class to the insanely luxurious first class. During the 14-hour flight, Casey documented every aspect of the experience and turned it into a video, which has gathered nearly 10 million views in just three days. Though Casey’s claims his ticket was valued at $21,635, it’s possible to acquire this “little house” for only $8,259.
During their wedding earlier this month, Sarah and Matt Crain decided their wedding wouldn’t be complete without inviting their bridesmaids, and groomsmen, to carry a rescue puppy instead of the traditional bouquet of flowers. Sarah, who helped found the non-profit Pitties.Love.Peace in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, says rescuing dogs is her passion, and that she helped raise all the puppies featured at her wedding. Sarah hopes that her wedding photos, shot by Pennsylvania-based wedding photographer Caroline Logan, will encourage people to become more involved with shelters and rescue. Sarah tells Inside Edition that the five, 8-month-old boxer-coonhound puppies featured in her wedding will be available for adoption soon.
[Inside Edition / Caroline Logan Photography]
Last week, the Spice Girls announced they were going to launch a reunion tour, but only 3 of the 5 girls, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Mel B, are on board. The girls, now rebranded as GEM, want to launch an X Factor type talent show to find the next Posh and Sporty Spice. Obviously, Ellen DeGeneres and Kristen Bell are the perfect choice, but they made an audition tape just in case.
[The Ellen Show]
Before the 2016 Emmy Awards got underway Sunday night, host Jimmy Kimmel wanted to give the audience a special treat. So he got Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin, from the Netflix original series Stranger Things, to warm up the crowd with a spectacular cover of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ 2014 hit Uptown Funk.
[Jimmy Kimmel Live]
When the Novi High School Wildcats took on the South Lyon East Cougers last Friday night, Senior
Water Boy, Hydration Manager / Running Back Robby Heil made the play of the year. In the beginning of the second quarter, Robby entered the game as Running Back, was handed the football, and drove it in for a touchdown while the crowd chanted his name. Meanwhile, Robby’s terminally ill mother, Debbie, dropped to the ground from emotion watching her son live his dream.