Two kings make history, more power to the Indian girl and a creepy prankster is on the loose
Return of the king
Michael Jackson is making a fantastic posthumous return, thanks to a new collaborative song with the reigning king of pop, Justin Timberlake, in this new single which, in five days, has already hit nearly 10 millions views. Love Never Felt So Good features Jackson’s unaltered vocals with a music video that documents his iconic moves interspersed with Timberlake and crowds of young dancers also trying to replicate Jackson’s legendary dances.
DMPranks Productions’ video sees reactions to a creepy clown out to kill you. The crew uses over 30 litres of fake blood, 20 hours of waiting and a 16kg hammer as the weapon. The clown waits in basements for people to come before hacking at a dummy or tries to burn down a car. The man in the car apparently bravely pulled out a knife to fight while one person ran off so fast, the crew didn’t get to tell him it was a prank! The video has seen a whopping 10,459,153 hits.
Debunking backward thoughts and hitting hard with a simple message, the Havells Coffee Machine ad is not only getting hits and brownie points. The ad is set in a drawing room where a boy and his mother arrive to ‘see a girl’. The boy’s mum wants a girl who will look after her son in the USA and give him ‘at least hot coffee’. The spunky girl then suggests he marry a coffee machine and proclaims she is not a kitchen appliance.