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    A run through of the top videos currently trending in Cyberspace

    Making impressions
    Musical impressionist Christina Bianco returns and impersonates over 35 different celebrities while singing Cee Lo Green’s Forget You. Picking only female stars for her rendition of the hip-hop tune, Bianco mimicks Britney Spears, Celine Dion, Bette Midler, Zooey Deschanel, and Barbra Streisand. A great watch to karaoke to as well!

    Crackle coffee
    Jerry Seinfeld reunites with his Seinfeld co-star Michael Richards. A teaser to Seinfeld’s webseries, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, produced by Crackle, it sees a mustachioed Richards play Crackle CEO Dick Corcoran for a tense business exchange. After receiving a text, Seinfeld hustles by helicopoter, planes and fast cars to Hollywood to meet Corcoran for talks about taking out competition – Kellogg’s Rice Crispy mascots. The series’ fifth season begins on November 6 with guests like Jimmy Fallon, Amy Schumer and Kevin Hart.

    Love, Who
    This Doctor Who fan, Bill Cindrich, really takes his love for the show, and his companion, to a whole new level with a TARDIS (the teleporting telephone booth, for the uninitiated) proposal. Cindrich built a life-size replica, telling his girlfriend it was for Halloween, but he wrote ‘Will You Marry Me’ on the top panel, showed it to her and went down on one knee. Luckily she said yes! If not, Cindrich was going to have a large telephonic bonfire that night, he wrote on Reddit.

    Teaching tears
    Vogue Empower series’ second film is directed by Vinil Mathew, with an appearance by Madhuri Dixit. The film, called #StartWithTheBoys, shows boys from the time they are infants, through adolescence to adulthood, being told that boys don’t cry – irrespective of the situation they are in. The film takes an unexpected twist, when you see a man who looks like he will cry but is actually hurting a woman. It ends with Dixit’s powerful statement of teaching boys to not make others cry rather than just telling them not to cry.

    — Aakanksha Devi

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