Here is your viral weekend content for January 29.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga Sing Suprise Duet
You know you’re at a great concert when one superstar invites another superstar to share the stage. At her Enigma residency in Las Vegas, Lady Gaga surprised her audience by inviting her former co-star, Bradley Cooper, up to the stage to sing their hit “Shallow” from their film “A Star is Born.” Audiences quickly recognized Bradley, who wore a backward cap and was dressed down, sitting in the front.
A Woman and Octopus are Best Friends
When most people think of an octopus, they think of them as alien-like creatures that live under the sea or as food. Not scuba diver Elora Kooistra. Kooistra is best friends with an octopus she named Egbert. One scary moment in their friendship happened when Kooistra thought she lost Egbert, but she later found him hiding away from kayaks and fish.
Burn Bundy, Bundy
Ted Bundy is making headlines again with the Netflix documentary, “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes,” and with the upcoming indie film starring Zac Efron, “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.” Bundy died on January 24, 1989, in the electric chair at the Florida State prison. According to Randy Mackey, an eyewitness to Bundy’s electrocution, Bundy’s last words were, “Give my love to my family, and to my friends.” Tame words coming from a serial killer.
The Period Protector
In Kenya, it is difficult for many adult women and female adolescents to afford menstrual products. Many of them don’t even go to school when that time of the month comes along. These main problems inspired Ebby Weyime to create “The Grace Cup,” an affordable menstrual cup that lasts ten years.
“I’m Just a Poor, Helpless Man”
In SNL’s parody of pundit Tucker Carlson, Carlson (played by SNL cast member, Alex Moffat), goes over with the government shutdown, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’s tone-deaf comments about furloughed government workers needing food assistance, and Roger Stone’s arrest. Steve Martin plays a guest role in the parody as a gullible Roger Stone.