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Here’s a Hilarious Compilation of Reporters Laughing Uncontrollably on TV

Some of the very best bloopers in YouTube history

A few weeks ago, we were delighted to share a round-up of the best news bloopers from the month of March. Now, we’re even more delighted to share a round-up of the best bloopers of all time. Well, of all the time YouTube has been around. And more specifically, the best bloopers that feature reporters and anchors bursting out laughing.

There’s something so relatable about these reporters — who we assume are usually quite professional and composed — just devolving into giggly messes. It’s also great to see how contagious their laughter becomes.

So if you need a good laugh today, we recommend taking 10 minutes and watching this.

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Video Imagines Titanic Movie as an 8-Bit Video Game

It looks like Jack has stepped in for Mario

Love for Titanic will go on (like Celine Dion’s heart), thanks to this 8-bit retelling of the tragic story.

Cinefix, who have also made 8-bit versions of The Fast and the Furious and Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, have turned their creative energies on James Cameron’s 1997 Titanic, which starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as a lovestruck couple on an ill-fated cruise.

Now fans of the heart-wrenching saga of Jack and Rose can relive their adventures aboard the unsinkable ship that turned out to be 100% sinkable in a fun 8-bit video game inspired video. Thanks to the retro format, as you watch the Jack and Rose avatars run the gamut of the doomed ship in a bid to survive, it looks like Jack has stepped in for Mario as he works to save the princess, and it would not be a surprise to see Donkey Kong show up and re-arrange the deck chairs.

Watch now, but if you haven’t seen the film (get on that), then beware: There are definitely spoilers.

TIME Healthcare

Boy of ‘Success Kid’ Meme Fundraises For Father’s Kidney Transplant

The GoFundMe campaign has already raised over $86,000

If you’ve spent time on the Internet, you’re probably familiar with the “Success Kid” meme: A young baby looking confident with a fist full of sand. As it turns out, memes are real people—who face real problems.

The child behind “Success Kid” is 8-year-old Sammy Griner, and his father is in need of a kidney transplant. The Griner family recently launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the medical bills. The family was asking for around $75,000 and has already surpassed that goal. According to ABC News, the site reached about $9,000 in just five days. Currently, funds are at over $86,000 in just a week.

Sammy’s mom, Laney Griner, told ABC News that while at first she wasn’t happy about a photo from her son at the beach had gone viral, today she’s happy it happened. “By now, it’s just out there. What am I going to do? At least it’s positive,” she said. “Without that happening, how much could I get this recognition about my husband’s kidney transplant?”

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Dennis Quaid’s Freakout Is a Funny or Die Prank

Funny or Die releases full video

The Dennis Quaid meltdown video that “leaked” last week was officially a prank.

The comedy video website Funny or Die claimed responsibility for the video on Wednesday and released a full cut showing the same Quaid freakout, but with more context.

In the initial video, which looked like it was taken on a cellphone and was uploaded to YouTube on April 10, Quaid is seen screaming expletives at the crew on what seems to be a film set.

The full video below shows the tirade was part of a larger Funny or Die sketch, where the “horses–t” is actually just that, and the “p—–s” Quaid screams about are really a basket of kittens.

Viewers had previously speculated that the seemingly leaked video might be a hoax. Many thought Jimmy Kimmel was behind it, given his love for a good prank.

Watch below (but be warned that the video contains profanities throughout):

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Fitness Expert Tracy Anderson Says Being ‘Hot Is Not Defined by Height or Weight’

Tracy Anderson attends the Los Angeles Premiere of "Home" in Westwood, Cali. on March 22, 2015.
Todd Williamson—AP Tracy Anderson attends the Los Angeles Premiere of "Home" in Westwood, Cali. on March 22, 2015.

Rather, it's about "going to the root of who you are"

Though she’s shaped the bodies of some of Hollywood’s hottest stars, Tracy Anderson says women should focus less on emulating their figures and more on achieving your healthiest self.

“To blow up their importance to the level of obsession takes away from our own beauty and our own gifts,” the fitness expert tells Health in their May cover story. “There’s a disease here—the disease is vanity, insecurity and the lengths of unhealthy behaviors people go to to achieve what they think is beautiful. The disease of ‘I’m not worth anything unless I look like that person over there.’ ”

To move beyond the traditional standard of beauty, Anderson, 40—who works with stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Lena Dunham—stresses not all our shapes are created equal.

“I want to get away from ‘Tracy Anderson is going to make you teeny-tiny.’ I’m not trying to make everyone the same,” she says. “To me, ‘hot’ is not defined by a height or weight or measurement; hot is going to the root of who you are.”

And even though the workout guru started creating the Tracy Anderson Method at 21-years-old, she hasn’t always been as diligent when it came to her diet.

“I was in London, dunking cookies in frosting. And [Gwyneth Paltrow] looked at me and was like, ‘What are you doing?’ And I was like, ‘What do you mean? It’s so good!’ And she’s like, ‘Do you know how toxic that is?’ I said, ‘Yes.’ And she’s like, ‘And you’re still eating it.’ I was like, ‘You know what? She’s so right,’ ” she says. “That was almost nine years ago. That was the last cookie dunked in frosting I ever had.”

This article originally appeared on People.com.

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These Photos Prove Man v. Food Host Adam Richman Is Not Strictly Vegan After All

He calls himself an omnivore

A few days ago, we reported that Adam Richman of Man v. Food fame had gone vegan. But Richman wants everyone to know that he is not strictly vegan and is still very much an omnivore.

He put the rumor to rest by sharing a photo of himself going to town on some In-N-Out Burger:

Richman reportedly went with a vegan diet to help get himself in shape to play soccer. But it’s more of a temporary dietary choice than a complete lifestyle overhaul. He emphasized this point in a few recent Instagram posts:

While I love the Pacific, the Sunsets & the pretty people, this is still one of the most beautiful sights in LA.

A photo posted by Adam Richman (@adamrichman) on

So, for those of you worried that Richman would never again indulge in insanely decadent meat monstrosities, you can breathe easy.

TIME technology

You Can Now Link Your Instagram Photos to Your Tinder Profile

Tinder App
Franziska Kraufmann—AP

Attract potential mates with those dope brunch pics

Until now, Tinder users could only share photos from Facebook. But a new update means you can finally link your Instagram account to your Tinder profile too.

Users who choose to integrate their Instagram profiles will be able to display the 34 most recent photos, the Los Angeles Times reports. According to Tinder president Sean Rad, a “substantial percentage” of people on the popular dating app already list their Instagram handles in their bios.

“It will help you better understand who the person is that you’re talking to,” Rad told Mashable.

If you’re a Tinder user with a private Instagram account, no worries: there’s an option to display your photos within your Tinder profile without changing your Instagram privacy settings.

So if you want to attract a quality mate, your Insta game better be on point. Also, now is the time to figure out which filter makes you look the best.

TIME Family & Relationships

80-Year-Old Man Goes to Prom for the First Time

James Drain arrived in a horse carriage

An Alabama teen brought an 80 year old to prom because he had never been to one before.

WHNT 19 News reports that Joy Webb took her grandfather James Drain to the Albertsville High School prom.

The two arrived in a horse-drawn carriage. Drain — aka “Poppa” — told the news station that the night represented a lot of firsts for him: first time in a tuxedo, riding in a horse-drawn carriage and going to a prom.

The news report showed the two posing for photos in masquerade masks, and the grandfather putting a corsage around her wrist.

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Here’s the First Cast Photo From Disney’s Live-Action Beauty and the Beast

Josh Gad proudly presents...the cast's first selfie

In case you hadn’t heard, Disney’s coming out with a live-action Beauty and the Beast remake. It stars Emma Watson as Belle, Dan Stevens as the Beast and Josh Gad as LeFou. (Oh, Sir Ian McKellen also signed on, so get excited.)

Josh Gad was kind enough to share the cast’s first photo — a selfie, naturally — on Instagram Tuesday:

Can't wait for you to be our guest.

A photo posted by Josh Gad (@joshgad) on

“Can’t wait for you to be our guest,” Gad captioned the photo. Get it?

They all seem pretty excited about the movie, which doesn’t come out until 2017. Hopefully we’ll get to see plenty more cast selfies to tide us over.

Read next: 10 Things Beauty and the Beast’s Belle and Harry Potter’s Hermione Have in Common

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Listen to Kelly Clarkson’s and Josh Groban’s Duet of ‘All I Ask of You’ from Phantom of the Opera

It's on his upcoming album Stages

Singers Josh Groban and Kelly Clarkson teamed up for a duet that musical theater geeks will adore.

Groban debuted the cover of “All I Ask of You” from Phantom of the Opera on SoundCloud. It appears on his new album Stages, which comes out on April 28 and features hits from musicals such as Les Misérables, The Fantasticks and A Chorus Line. The album also boasts a rendition of “If I Loved You” from Carousel with six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald.

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