TIME Music

Listen to This Surprisingly Good Whitney Houston/Jason Derulo Mashup

"I Wanna Dance With Somebody" meets "Want To Want Me"

What happens when you mix a recent Jason Derulo hit with a Whitney Houston classic? The women of Little Mix, who won the eighth season of the British X Factor, have decided to show us.

The group stopped by BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge to perform their mashup, backed by a full choir and organist. It starts off slow and smooth before eventually becoming loud and joyful. You’ll probably want to dance in your chair and clap along.

Little Mix have yet to become global superstars, but maybe this track will give them the boost they need.

Read next: Jason Derulo: Meghan Trainor ‘Insisted’ on Singing My Name

TIME Television

Watch the First Clip From The Unauthorized Full House Story

The 50-second clip highlights the trouble in paradise

Lifetime has released the first clip from The Unauthorized Full House Story, premiering on August 22 at 10 p.m.

The 50-second clip is supposed to show the drama behind the scenes of the sitcom. The actor playing John Stamos’s character Jesse (Justin Gaston) complains the Olsen twins are not comfortable on stage. Bob Saget (Garrett Brawith), who plays Danny Tanner, the wholesome TV anchor dad in the original show, gets yelled at off-stage for making a vulgar remark in front of the actress playing the character Stephanie (Dakota Guppy) — which is not surprising, given how raunchy his set is in real life.

Meanwhile, behind-the-scenes looks at Netflix’s upcoming 21st century Fuller House paint a much happier picture. John Stamos revealed this week that his character is still married to Becky (Lori Loughlin) in the reboot.


TIME animals

Here Are Famous People Posing With Animals They’ve Killed

The recent killing of the beloved Cecil the Lion by Minnesota dentist Walter James Palmer has ignited outrage across the world. Game hunting has a long history, and people from all walks of life have long been known to kill large animals, sometimes illegally, and then pose with their bodies. Here are eight well-known people with their kills, stretching back over a century

TIME animals

See an Eagle Try to Fly Away From Prince Charles and Camilla

Sandingham Flower Show
Chris Jackson—Getty Images Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall react as Zephyr (a bald eagle), the mascot of the Army Air Corps flaps his wings at Sandringham Flower Show on July 29, 2015, in King's Lynn, England.

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Photos taken Wednesday show Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, looking surprised when the eagle mascot for the Army Air Corps, Zephyr, flapped its wings in their faces at the annual Sandringham Flower Show at the Queen’s Norfolk estate.

“That’s why I’m not holding him,” The Prince of Wales said afterwards, according to The Telegraph.

Twitter is having a field day with the puns. A tweet from MSN: “Prince Charles gets in a flap with an eagle”

A Clarence House spokesperson told The Telegraph: “I think the pictures are more dramatic than it actually was.”

TIME animals

This Baby Elephant Playing With Birds Will Remind You That Not Everything Is Awful

Watch a sprightly calf meet a flock of swallows

There is a whole lot of ugliness and despair in this world, but occasionally, something will happen to remind us that not everything is terrible. Some things are actually wonderful. Like this baby elephant in South Africa who was spotted playing with birds.

You’ll see the sprightly, good-natured elephant calf chasing a flock of swallows in Kruger National Park. We can only imagine that shortly after this video was recorded, the elephant struck up a friendship with a few of the birds and now they’re all off somewhere creating a special language. Because miracles can and do happen.

TIME celebrity

Watch Tina Fey’s ***Flawless Beyoncé Lip Sync

Joined by fellow co-stars Tituss Burgess and Jane Krakowski

We woke up like this: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt breakout star Tituss Burgess posted an Instagram video on Tuesday night of himself, Kimmy co-star Jane Krakowski and show co-creator Tina Fey lip-syncing to Beyoncé’s “***Flawless.” It’s pretty great.

I love @beyonce #nofilter #jetlife #unbreakle #netflix #janegetontwitter #tinaiknowyouwon't #peenonoir

A video posted by Tituss Burgess (@titusssawthis) on

The trio attended the Television Critics Association press tour on Tuesday to talk about season 2 of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. “I would hate to ruin that in season two,” Fey told press on Tuesday about the Netflix show (which started its life as an NBC project). “I don’t think you’ll see any cursing or nudity. I think it does give us license to play with time and culture – or to potentially offend an advertiser or the NFL.”

Fey has long been a social media holdout, and in a now-deleted 2013 video explained why. “Most people are so f–king boring that they should up, and you should have to get a license,” she said of Twitter. “And I’m volunteering to be in charge of the licenses. […] Go write it in a journal and mail it to your grandma. Do you understand how boring this would be, if I were tweeting this?”

Good thing Burgess went with Instagram.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

TIME movies

Watch Antonio Banderas in the Trailer for the Chilean Mining Drama The 33

The film also stars Juliette Binoche and James Brolin

On August 5, 2010, the San José copper-gold mine in Copiapó, Chile caved in, trapping 33 miners underground. The story made international headlines as Chilean authorities scrambled to devise a plan to rescue the men. For 69 days, the men survived underground, awaiting rescue, until finally, on October 13, all 33 were brought to safety.

That story heads to the big screen this fall in The 33, starring Antonio Banderas as Mario Sepúlveda, a miner who hosted many of the videos the group sent to the surface during their time underground. The trailer captures the heightened drama of the ordeal for not only the miners—one an expectant father and another just weeks away from retirement—but also their distressed families, waiting above ground for good news.

The 33 hits theaters Nov. 13.

TIME celebrity

Taylor Swift Has Absolutely No Bad Blood With Her Adorable Newborn Godson

He's her friend Jaime King's son

Taylor Swift has been getting into all kinds of drama lately, but she appears to be on very good terms, at least so far, with her new godson, Leo. He’s the son of actress Jaime King (one of Swift’s close friends) and her husband, Kyle Newman.

Swift posted a photo of her first meeting with baby Leo. People are really excited, because the photo has already earned 1.6 million likes:

Meeting my boy. @jaime_king @kyle_newman

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Look at that loving gaze. That’s the kind of gaze that says, “If anyone ever crosses you, I will hunt them down and I will write a revenge song about them and I will start several Twitter feuds over it.”

The singer posted another adorable picture of Leo’s tiny hand wrapped around her finger. She used lyrics from her song “Never Grow Up” as the caption:

"Your little hand's wrapped around my finger and it's so quiet in the world tonight…"

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

“Choosing a godmother is a very sacred and important thing in our family,” King told Elle back in March. “They’re going to be guiding your child, and they’re responsible for them if something was to ever happen.”

King said Swift will be “the perfect godmother” thanks to her “thoughtfulness, her kindness, her authenticity.” And also, we assume, because she’s going to get baby Leo invited to so many awesome parties.


TIME animals

Everything Is Awesome When This Parrot Sings ‘Everything Is Awesome’ From the Lego Movie

Will it land a record deal?

Birds on Safari, a pet store in Stuart, Fla., posted a video of a yellow-naped Amazon parrot named Princess Yellowfeather that appears to sing “Everything is Awesome” from The Lego Movie.

It also sings Celine Dion’s “All By Myself.” (Someone let Bridget Jones know so she won’t feel alone!)

And in a June 29 clip, it appears to try and belt out “Close to You” by The Carpenters, specifically the “Why do birds suddenly appear” part of the song.

No word on whether Princess Yellowfeather is producing an album, working on an auto-tuned remix single or at least planning to star in a regular show at Miami’s “Parrot Jungle.”

TIME animals

This Pouting Puppy Might Be the Internet’s New Grumpy Cat

His name is Earl the Grumpy Puppy

Other kitties have tried to challenge Grumpy Cat‘s reign over the Internet throne of viral displeasure, but this may be the first true dog competition.

Earl is a puggle, a beagle and pug mix, sporting a permanently frowny face. According to Yahoo! U.K., Derek Bloomfield, the owner of the 5-month-old puppy, recently posted photos of Earl’s pouting mug online, and the ravenous animal lovers of the Web went wild.

The newly proclaimed “Grumpy Puppy” now has his own Instagram, and he is quickly amassing followers.

Sunday funday!

A photo posted by Earl (@earlthegrumpypuppy) on

While his scowl may say otherwise, Earl is actually a relaxed and friendly dog – who just has a seriously silly-looking underbite.

“The vet said he’s as healthy as any other puppy. He just looks grumpy because of his underbite, wrinkles and dark complexion,” Bloomfield said. “He is the most relaxed, content puppy either one of us has ever seen.”

“Whenever he wants something he’ll calmly sit down and stare at us until we ask him the right question. Then he wags his tail in approval.”

When Earl isn’t posing for photos, he enjoys snuggling, meeting new friends and being made into memes.

This article originally appeared on People.com

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