– Look who’s here! – [Sesame Street Characters] Hello! – [Kelly C] It’s Big
Bird, Abby Cadabby, Elmo, Cookie Monster and Oscar the Grouch! – Hi. – Wait, where’s Oscar? – Hi. – Where’s Oscar? – I don’t know. – [Kelly C] Nick, can you give him a? (thud) – [Oscar] Hello? What do you want? – [Sesame Street Characters] Oscar! (claps) – I’m tryna watch my shows down here, what do you want? – Look, it’s Sesame Street! – Oscar we’re so happy to see you. – Yeah! The feeling’s not mutual. (laughs) – Well Sesame Street
is celebrating 50 years of helping kids grow up smarter, stronger, and kinder. This weekend, Sesame Street is even receiving
a Kennedy Center honor, the first ever for a TV show. Congratulations! – [Woman] That’s amazing! – [Kelly C] Yes! So Big Bird, I can’t believe your street is turning 50! How have you been celebrating? – Oh well, you know what? We had a big party. And our friends Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Patti LaBelle, and Elvis Costello, and Megan Trainor, they all stopped by to
join the celebration. And we got to sing great songs like ‘People in Your Neighborhood’, and ‘It’s not Easy Being Green’, it was a lot of fun! – [Kelly C] Oh that’s awesome! – It was wonderful. – Well Oscar, have you
been celebrating too? Has this been exciting? – Oh yeah, it’s been the happiest day of my life. (laughs) – It sounds like it is! So Abby, what kinds of things have
you learned on Sesame Street? – Oh golly, there’s been so many! But mostly I’ve learned that because we’re part of a big community, like we’re all in this together, that we can learn from each other. And we can get through things, like even if you let’s say, made somebody into a pumpkin
accidentally with your wand. Hahaha! But you learn from your mistakes and stuff like that. Plus kindness is a superpower, right? – [Kelly C] True! Well Nick. Nick, Kelly. Do y’all have any questions? – Cookie! – Yeah. Hi sweet thing! (laughs) – Hi Kelly! What’s it like over there? Hi. – Do you have a favorite cookie recipe? – Oh actually, I got you a cookie! – Oh you got cookie? Oh! – [Elmo] Uh-oh, here we go! – Cookie! Num-num-num! – [Big Bird] It’s almost Like – – That’s me favorite type of cookie. – Yeah his favorite
cookie recipe is step one, get a cookie. Step two, eat it. (laughs) – Me got to clean up. Ahh! – Nick do you have a question? – Sure! Elmo I was wondering, tell me, what famous people have
come by Sesame Street? – Boy so many people! Let’s see. Miss Whoopie Goldberg. – I love her! – Yeah Mr. John Legend. – [Kelly C] Wow! Oh and Miss Megan Mullally came. – [Kelly and Nick] Oh yes! – She’s my favorite! – You know what? Would you tell her that Elmo says hello? – I absolutely will! – We’ve been meaning to have
a meeting for like weeks! – [Nick] Okay! – You have to tell her, okay? – I will tell her! – Well as we mentioned, tomorrow is giving Tuesday. The day was created to
kick-off charitable giving throughout the holidays. So we wanted to give some
easy ways to give back! Kelly, what do you like to do? – Oh my goodness, I like
to do volunteer work. And just sing. Do something sweet. You don’t have to spend anything. – [Kelly C] Yeah! – You just give your time. – That’s wonderful. – Giving kindness is important to. Just be kind to people, and that’s a way of giving too. – [Kelly C and Kelly] That’s
right, absolutely! I agree. – And you don’t have
to just give to people. You can give to animals, and you can give to the environment. You can just be kind to
the world around you. – [Oscar] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Giving Tuesday’s alright but I much prefer ‘Give
Me a Break Wednesday’. (laughs) – Oh Oscar! – Well Nick, what about you? How do you think that people
can help their community? – A great way to help out if you don’t have a lot of money to spend, is if you have a skill, you can share that with your neighbors. You can shovel their sidewalk, you can make them some food, some lasagna, or some pie. Pecan or Blueberry pie. You can bring it to my house and I’ll give you a class on eating pie. – I can come over! – Anything that helps somebody
out and doesn’t cost you. Maybe to just spend a half an hour or helping somebody carry their groceries, or keeping an eye on their kids. That can be the best gift
somebody can receive. – Especially that last one. Just giving the parents a minute! – Just give the parents a minute. – Yeah! – I think so. And the kids can play. – [Nick] That’s right. – Alright, well you know my
favorite way to give back is a smile. A smile. I come from very humble beginnings, and I didn’t always have
anything to give anybody, so I think smiling can
turn someone’s day around. And it’s 100% free. And kindness is what the
world needs right now more than anything. I think we can all agree on that. I encourage all of you to
donate ten smiles every day! You can go to
KellyClarksonShow.com to find even more ways to give back y’all. Sesame Street’s 50th
anniversary special is available for streaming on HBO. And guess what? Everyone in the audience is going home with a 50th anniversary Sesame Street DVD. (claps) Because Nick’s show Making It, is premiering on NBC tonight, I thought it might be fun if
we all made something together. It looks like you guys
are all set to go, right? – [Abby] Yes let’s do it! – [Kelly] Alright Cookie Monster. – Are we making a cookie? – No, is that what you think we’re making? – Me hope we making cookies. – We nope, nope sorry. – Okay bye-bye! – I wish we were making cookies. – Oh Cookie Monster, come back! – It’s not cookies. But it is something grown-ups
and kids can make together. And when you’re done, you can keep it or give it as a gift. – Or eat it! – Or eat — yeah, okay! Oscar, does that sound fun? – As long as we’re making
a mess, it’s okay by me! – [Kelly C] Alright I’m in, I’m in! It’s a woodworking project so Mr. Nick is going to
walk us through the steps. Take it away Nick. – Yes go ahead Mr. Nick. – Okay thank you Elmo. – You’re welcome. – Alright we’re gonna
make string art ornaments. – [Kelly C] Okay. These are something that are fun to make with grown-ups and kids. You need five things. A slab of wood that’s cookie-shaped. – Cookie. – [Nick] Don’t mean to be misleading. Some small nails. – [Kelly C] Okay. A hammer. A template. And some string. – Alright so where do we start? – Okay well see, my template is in the
shape of a Christmas tree. So you lay that on your wood. – [Kelly C] Okay. And you’re gonna drive a nail – In all the dots? – Everywhere there’s a dot. – [Kelly C] Okay. – You don’t have to
drive them in very far! But you do want each one of them to be approximately level. You want to be careful. It’s a good idea to protect your eyes whenever you’re screwing in a nail. – [Kelly C] Okay. – Nothing to see here! – Oh whoops! Oh shoot! – I don’t know why we’re
doing this in the dark. – Safety first, right Elmo? – Yeah, safety first Mr Nick. – Okay. Now this is gonna take a while so I’m gonna ask Abby – Yeah! – [Nick] If she will help us
through the magic of television by giving us a wave of your wand. – Okay here we go Nick! Through the magic of television zippidy-zap! – [Everyone] Whoa! (claps) – Okay Nick, what do we do now? Thank you Abby! – [Nick] Abby, nice work! You see all the nails have been driven in, and the template has been torn away. So you take your string, and you wind it around all these nails. – Okay. – [Nick] And you see that
your shape will begin to form. In my case, it’s a Christmas tree. – [Elmo] Very festive. – Thank you. – [Elmo] You’re welcome. – What are you making? – I’m a heart. – Oh that’s so nice! – Exactly. – We’re doing a star! – [Kelly C] I feel like I am a heart, yes! – So this is really fun
because you can choose whatever pattern you want. And you can go all over the place. But it’s gonna take a long time. So Abby? – Yeah? Do you think you can wave your wand again? – Grab me one of those wands! – Will you say please? – Please! – Okay here we go! Through the magic of television, zippidy-zap! (claps) – Oh my God! – They’re so wonderful! – Mine is beautiful! – Look at that! – Look at the star! – Beautiful! – Oh my gosh! Well thank you so much Mr. Nick, I’m gonna do this with my kids.
I’m feeling extremely confident. Good, I don’t. Hi, I’m Sara, and I’m okay at makeup, but I’m a pretty good artist. And I’m Nina and I’m
pretty good at makeup, but I’m a really, really bad artist. I do my makeup day-to-day, but I don’t usually do a
lot unless I’m going out, and then I just kind of make it up. That is not how I think. So today we’re doing a challenge to see who can come up with
the best creative look based off of a theme. It has to cover 40% of
your face, at least, and it can’t just be a
going out, normal look. It has to be something a
little bit more creative. We’re gonna be judged
by a jury of our peers, AKA people we find around the office. (rousing trumpet music) What is fall? What does that mean? Am I gonna just do an orangey-red look all over my face? Or am I gonna draw a
turkey leg on my cheek? – [Sara] The idea behind my look today is the transition from fall to winter, so I’m gonna use a lot of autumnal shades, but also a lot of nice
wintery shades as well. I’m not 100% sure what I
want to do for my look, but I know I want to use fall colors. I know I want leaves, and I know I want some sparkly gold in there. There’s already shit happening over there, I haven’t even started. I don’t even know where to start. What does a leaf look like, you know? (contemplative humming) I’m feeling extremely confident. That’s good, I don’t. This is very fun. I’m glad you’re having fun. My contacts, they’re getting dry! (rhythmic jazz music) This might have gone off the rails. That’s what I like to hear, I’m ready. I think I’m ready too. (old time music on record player) We’re two fall babes and we’re about to go get the final judgment from our coworkers. I really have to itch my face, so I hope that this goes fast. (upbeat music) I’m scared I have to choose a winner. Is that what? Oh no, I don’t want to. I really like how you both have leaves, but this little accent is cool. And also it looks like you have almost like trees coming out of the sides? But I think you look amazing too. I think it’s so close. – [Nina] Thank you, we’re done here. Yours is more leaves, okay,
it has more fall colors. Sara’s looking at me
like, you better pick me. Sara, I love you. Nina’s gives me more of a fall vibe. I’m gonna go with Sara, so tie. I’m gonna go with Nina. Nina, yours is really beautiful, and I love the gold with your skin, but I just keep looking
at Sara’s leaf forehead, and I just love it. I like Nina’s gold look, it
just feels fall and festive. I’m gonna go with Sara. I’m gonna go with Nina. I’m leaning towards you. – [Sara] Ooh, why? Yours has got a little bit more sparkle. Nina’s! It perfectly frames my
favorite part of her face, and she uses her cut-crease eye. I’ve seen it, ’cause she’s done it before. Oh my gosh, no, I like Nina’s. Yours I like, kind of
like deer/small pox chic around the cheeks, it’s cool. Yours looks more like flowers, and I feel like leaves? – [Nina] Yeah. Autumnal leaves? Sara, yours is way, it’s top-notch. I have to say, I like the
sort of gold look on Nina’s. I’m sorry Sara! She wins. We are tied, so we need
to visit one more person, to be the deciding vote. We need one more vote. And if they don’t pick
me I will murder them. The battery on the phone
is about to run out, so we have to find somebody tout suite. Guys, can you guys come
out with a tie right now, and just be like… – [Sara] No. This looks great, eyes
on Sara match her hair, which is doing a lot for me. Is this gonna get assisted in? Sara’s has a concept, I
feel like that puts it over. (victorious orchestral music) I won! I think that it was
really interesting to see that even though we both
had different advantages, and different experiences, I feel like we kind of came out equal. Did we? Did we? I mean, I won, but. I think what we should really do is let the people of the world decide, the people of the YouTubes decide. Should we? Who truly won. (upbeat rhythmic music)
Today, I present to you an amusement
park that was so fun, it killed people. (through laughter) Let’s talk about that. ♪ (theme music) ♪ – Good Mythical Morning.
– Spring is just around the corner, – and you know what that means, Link…
– Flowers. Amusement park time! And flowers.
There’s gonna be flowers, too. People are gonna be going to amusement
parks. Maybe you go during the winter. – I don’t know what kinda people you are.
– If you wanna avoid the lines! A lot of people start going in the spring.
But chances are you’re gonna go to a place that you’re gonna walk out of
uninjured, right? It’s gonna be unlikely – that you will be injured or killed.
– Boo! But that wasn’t the case back in the
’70s, ’80, and ’90s… – Of course.
– …at the little place called Action Park. ♪ (There’s nothing in the world
like Action Park!) ♪ Now, some of you may have heard of this,
because there’s quite a few web videos about this, and there’s a really good
short documentary… – Okay.
– …all about Action Park, back from – 2013, link in the description.
– In the description? – In the description!
– All right. You can go watch that. You can also
watch this. This was an amusement park located in Vernon, New Jersey, opened up
in 1978. Now, correct me if I’m wrong, but Noah —
who’s not here today, but that’s where – he’d be if he was here.
– Yep. I’m pointing to Stevie, who is here.
He went to this park, and he knew – about it, and hipped us to the scene.
– Yes. – Right? Or you.
– Thank you, Noah, for alerting us to the existence of Action Park.
And Link… – He went to this place!
– Here’s a little taste of what Action Park was like, from the commercial. ♪ (Baby, let’s take you to the
Action Park) ♪ ♪ (Action, Action Park!) ♪ ♪ (You can ride the excitement and
feel the [inaudible]) ♪ ♪ (Action, Action Park!) ♪ ♪ (The action never stops at
Action Park!) ♪ – I love that song!
– First observation: catchy song. – Second observation:…
– Yeah. – No one died in the promotional video.
– Yeah, it looks like just a good, old fun – time! I bring my kids out there, right?
– I didn’t see anyone bleeding or dying. Well, it looks like fun. And you know
what? It’s really fun. But it’s also the most dangerous amusement park
in the world. – (laughing) Officially.
– Or, meh, you know. One of them. – Okay.
– Okay, this all started back in ’78 with the owner, Gene
Mulvihill. Now, it was his philosophy of what amusement parks should be
that led to what Action Park was. – What’s his philosophy?
– He thought that you should be in control. You know how, like, when you
go to Disney World, it’s just like… – You’re drivin’ a car…
– You and the guy next to you, you’re both gonna experience
the same thing, right? Like, you’re driving a car,
but the steering wheel… – (Rhett) You’re not really driving it!
– (Link) Like you just, hey, take your… …hand off the wheel, and it’s just
like, “Thunk… – In Action Park, you control the speed.
– …thunk, thunk.” You controlled whether or not you
stayed on the ride or not. (Both Rhett & Link) Okay. – (laughing) Whoa, okay!
– (laughing) Okay! And his philosophy was he would hire you
if you had a good idea for a ride. You didn’t have to have a physics
background, engineering background. – He’s like, “Good idea, son!”
– “Build it!” That led to things like this. ♪ (jungle music) ♪ – Whaaaat?! (laughing)
– (laughing) Dude, there’s somebody coming out of that! – How…
– It’s not Photoshopped, man! What do you mean Photoshopped?
It’s a video. Or, it’s not effects!
They made that thing! How fast do you have to be going to do
an actual loop de loop on a water… – …slide. There’s no water, that…
– Water slide! It’s not about the water pressure. It’s
about you, and your weight. But hold on. You might think, “Hold
on. That looks dangerous! I’ve been on some of those water slides that are
just real steep, and…” I think — no, here’s what’s happening
in that. I want a clear tube, because what’s happening is there’s dead bodies
piling up inside of this thing, and then they’re just… puttin’ other
people coming out the other end. (Rhett) Just droppin’ one out. Here’s what
happened. – It’s an illusion.
– They opened this up in the summer of 1985, and before the ride was opened,
Gene paid employees $100 each to – volunteer to go down it.
– (through laughter) To test it. Now, after a lot of head injuries and
nosebleeds later, they decided, “Hey, let’s open this thing up to
the public!” – (laughing) Really.
– And that’s exactly what they did. A couple of things of things happen.
There were more bloody noses, more head injuries, and then one rider reportedly
got stuck at the top of the loop. – Yeah.
– And so they had to build a hatch to rescue people, if you got stuck at the
top of the loop. I’m not making this up. – Wooop!
– It was open for one month, (stammering) Just send someone else through a
little heavier to like… – (spits) Just kinda push ’em out?
– … push ’em on through. – It’s like Drano: human Drano.
– The advisory board on carnival amusement ride safety —
which I’m glad that exists –… – (laughing)
– …shut this thing down after one month. – Oh, wow. Good.
– But there was more. How many people are still
in there today? Uh, well, just hold on for the end.
Okay, another ride was the alpine slide. Now, I’ve actually seen a ride like this
before. Never been on one. But this is essentially this concrete
track, and you’re… – (Link) Oh, yeah.
– …in this sled, and you’ve got this brake, right? You can slow
yourself down a little bit, but you’re – in a concrete, like, luge thing, right?
– (Link) A ditch. Concrete ditch. – (Link) Oh, wow.
– (Rhett) So you may have seen one of these before. They actually have these…
They have one of these in California. The problem in Action Park was the carts
didn’t work right. And so they had two speeds: really, really slow,
or no brakes. And what would happen is, they would put
somebody on the track who was going – really, really slow, and then they would
– Get frustrated. – let somebody with no brakes go.
– (Link) Oh, after ’em. (Rhett laughing) Yes, and (slap)
just run into the back of ’em. – (laughing)
– Not to mention the fact that it – was impossible to control yourself…
– They call it the rear ender? …you can’t steer! And so people would
come off of this with huge burns – all over their bodies.
– Ugh! And this actually led to the first death
at Action Park. – Oh.
– A 19-year-old employee and his cart flew off the tracks and he suffered a
head injury and died. And then, according to state records,
in 1984 and 1985, the alpine slide produced 14 fractures 26 head injuries. Sounds like fun to me. But it gets
more fun in the tidal wave pool, – otherwise known as the grave pool.
– Oooh… Now, this is — you’ve been in one of
those wave pools at like, Emerald Point, you know, (southern accent)
Emerald Point, Greensboro, North Carolina? Oh, yeah. There’s like a (foghorn sound)
and then the wave starts coming. – Stevie knows about that. Yeah.
– (foghorn sound) – “They’re send a wave!”
– These were some of the first guys to do a wave pool, and they hadn’t
really figured it out yet. And they were a little too intense. And so
there’s two things that happen in a wave pool. Number one is waves. – Check.
– Number two is it’s not salt water, so you’re not a buoyant as you typically
would be out in the ocean. – Ah.
– And people don’t estimate things right, – and the waves were too big.
– Hm. And so what ended up happening was
people would be over there holding onto the ladders for their dear lives. Like 30,
40 people crowded around these ladders. – Three people died on this ride.
– Oh, goodness. Three people died on the wave pool. – And they just left ’em in there?
– (clearing throat) No, they got ’em out. They had 12
lifeguards — all teenagers, by the way — They had people working there at the park
as young as 14 years old. Ride operators as young as 14 years old. “Can you sign your name?
You can work here.” Here’s some of the things that stacked
up here, okay? (Rhett) There were more rides that led to
more injuries, including fractured femurs, collarbones, and noses, dislocated knees
and shoulders. So many people were taken to the emergency
room from Action Park, that the actual park bought extra ambulances
for the township of Vernon to keep up with the volume. Okay, so there’d been a total of six
deaths, which is a lot of deaths… – Oh, dude.
– For operating for about 20 years, okay? Yeah, I mean, they better be cuttin’
their annual pass if… In 1982, two people died a week apart. Who’s going the week after that, you know?
Who’s going the third week? Thousands of people went, continued to
go. It was incredibly popular. They had to set up their own insurance
company in the Cayman Islands… – (laughing)
– …in order to insure themselves, – because nobody would!
– Gene’s a business man, man! (Rhett) And then things got so crazy that
they lost the insurance policy that they had made for themselves and they
operated a year without insurance. Then they went bankrupt, because there
was just too much to handle. – Too many legal problems.
– Mhm. And they closed in 1996. But when
you watch the documentary that – we’ll link to, you’ll see: people…
– Wow. …LOVED this thing. And you gotta think
about it. – (Link stammering) You’re in charge.
– (Rhett) Chances are, you’re not gonna die. Chances are, you’re not gonna die, and
that’s what makes it super fun. Chances are SOMEONE is. And I’m gonna
be here for that. People absolutely loved this. If given
the chance to go in the loop de loop, wouldn’t you do it? If I could go right now now and do it,
would you do it? Give me some time to really think about
this. No. What if I give you until 2016 when they’re
bringing it back? – What?
– That’s right, Link! In 2014, Action Park reopened. The
owner’s son is in charge now, – and he says…
– Gene, Junior? …he’s bringing it all back — “Bringing
all of the thrills back and none of the spills.” So it probably won’t be as
fun as the original Action Park, but they just announced in March 2015.
They’re bringing back the Cannonball Loop successor. They’re calling it the
“Sky Caliber,” and it will be open in the summer of 2016. And you’ve got to
promise me that you’re gonna go there with me. – Oh my goodness. What?
– It’s a… – Forty-five foot fall.
– …forty-five foot free fall. – And then a loop?
– A thirty foot loop. – What?
– But it’s a little bit different. – You’ve gotta ride in this thing.
– A coffin. They put you… (laughing)
They put you in a water coffin. – That guy looks scared.
– And they strap you in. – Oh, wow.
– Are you ready? Buy the plane tickets.
I’ll drive up there. (raspy voice) I’ll give ya $100
to go down first. – We can take a scooter to New Jersey.
– Yeah, I’ll be on the front of the scooter, and you be on the front of the… I think modern-day water parks and theme
parks could learn something from – Action Park: how to have more fun.
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– Thanks for liking and commenting. You know what time it is. – (splash)
– Hi, I’m Lily. – And I’m Brianna.
– (unison) And we’re from… …Perth, Western Australia.
And it’s time to spin The Wheel of Mythicality!
(splash) Don’t let us have all the fun drinking
outta these Good Mythical Morning mugs. Get your own at
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– It makes stuff taste better. – Click through to Good Mythical More…
– Not really. I didn’t go to Action Park, but I did
something action-packed off-roading I gotta tell you guys about, including
you. I might need to apologize. “Forced analogy: riding a bike is like… schhh-wimming in the ocean!” Uh, you know, um… riding a bike
is a lot like schwiiiimming – in the ocean.
– Right, because of the wheels. You got two wheels, and you gotta
keep it balanced, and you gotta – oil your chain. Just like the ocean.
– And then… And don’t forget about the
moon factoring in. And your horn. Don’t forget about horns.
(horn sound with mouth) [Captioned by Kevin:
GMM Captioning Team]
(soft piano music) – So I travel for a living
and I’d probably say that when people see me on the streets, the most common question that I get is if I want to buy drugs. And today I’m going to show you how to not only cut your green onions, but also how to store them
so that they don’t get wilted and basically I just want you to know how to feel like you are the
master of your green onions, and that they bow to you. The first thing you want to do is you want to line up the
roots so that they’re even. ‘Cause you don’t wanna cut
into the wrong area of it. You see how it’s white
and then it turns green. I’m gonna try to get them all in one. You know… OK, yeah, you wanna also make sure you get a knife where it’s obvious which side is the sharp side. OK, now that we’ve removed the roots, I’m going to put these aside for a second. You could pick whatever
size dices you want. I’m going to work with a half-inch dice. I got these green onions
from the farmers market. The farmers market is a
little bit like going to jail where you just gotta kick somebody’s (beep) as soon as you get there, otherwise they’re gonna think you’re weak. And that’s how you dice your green onions. If you ever find that your
green onions are wilted, or slimy or limp or broken
or anything like that, chances are you’re (beep) up the storage part of it. And I’m just gonna show
you two basic methods for storing green onions that are going to maintain moisture and basically bring you a lot of joy. And start with the paper towel method. This is basically… What we’re doing is we’re
wrapping it in paper so that we can maintain the moisture. I don’t seem to have any paper towels. I have toilet paper
which is paper as well. It’s one ply so I’m gonna try to wrap it up quite a bit so that
I can get the same thickness. You wanna wring it out and
then you wanna unfold it. It might break apart a little bit but I’m used to doing this
with paper towels so I didn’t use nearly enough toilet paper. And I think I might have
dampened it a little too much. So that’s gonna keep moisture in there and you can get a couple extra
days of storage on these. OK, the second method is
called the water bottle method and I’ve just got a standard
issue plastic water bottle here and we just wanna find
a place to cut ’em. Since you know, green onions are great at livening up
salad, and rice bowls, soups, stews, omelets, cracker spreads, french fries, pizza, cheese balls. And we’re gonna put some water into it. Probably just enough to cover the roots. I like to find a window sill or something where they’re going to get some sunlight because they actually
still continue to grow. Ah. (beep) All right. Well, anyway. That’s how you store your green onions. (piano music)
(digital piano music) – [Eugene] Find it. (singing) – The Try Guys! (laughs) – Wow. – That’s our theme song. (screams) We are here at I/O, Google’s
annual developer festival. – Where developers from around the world come together to show off their hot tech. – Today, we are gonna get to try the technology of the future. – We’re gonna experience
AR, AI, beeps and boops. – This video is sponsored by Google, and that’s literally the
only way we could be here, ’cause you can’t come unless
you work on something cool. – [Ned] It’s 7,000
incredibly smart people, and we’re here too. – Google has given us
the keys to the campus, which means I can do whatever I want. – I think it’s gonna be
an I/Opening experience. Ah? (upbeat music) – My name is Marvin Chow, and I run consumer marketing at Google. – So, you’re looking for people here to have an I/Opening experience? – [Marvin] Google I/O
is basically a festival about the positive effects of technology. It’s everything from experiments to new ways to look at technology that we hope to bring to all
developers around the world. – I heard this is the
hottest festival ticket in the tech circuit. – Personally, I’m trying
to use this technology to make myself more beautiful. Is it possible? Maybe. – I went through like a
brief programming phase, so I’ve made some
graphing calculator games. – I’m here for two things today: fun and free stuff! I’m gonna come home today
with at least three computers. – So, we’re here to explore
future technologies. What kind of future tech can we see? – You hear a lot about augmented reality, you hear about virtual reality, right? Augmented reality is literally placing digital objects in the world, like putting a face filter on your face, that’s augmented reality, but it’s going even further than that, like getting really close to animals. – Today, we introduced this
feature called AR in Search. – So, you may have all seen a great white shark in the movies, but what does it actually
look like up close? So, let’s go ahead, search for great white shark on Google. As you scroll through, you get information on the knowledge panel, facts, but also see the shark in 3D directly from the knowledge panel. – So, imagine a kid is like, oh, I wish I knew how big a tiger was. You can show them a picture of it, but it’s gonna seem super tiny. You can do AR in Search, and you’ll just see tiger, life-sized, right in front of you.
– Most of my life, I thought that penguins were as big as me, because I never saw them in
scale with any other thing, and then apparently, they’re not. – I think most people
kind of got a good idea of how big a penguin is. – I just thought they were big! – On three, put your hand out to say how big you think a penguin is. – [All] Two, three. – I used to think they were here. – Guys, they’re not that small! – Have you never been to a zoo? – No, so when I went to the zoo, I thought they only
have the small penguins. – Well, there’s only
one way to resolve this. – [Eugene] Who’s the closest? – [Amanda] Eugene. – [Ned] Whoa! – [Keith] How close am I? – [Amanda] You’re a little off. You’re about a foot off. – [Zach] Tiny tiger, tiny tiger! Oh, technology is so fun! – [Eugene] He’s right
above you, reach up, Zach! – Go faster! Oh, turn that way! – It’s gonna go further than that with all types of things, where, when you need
digital help in the world, that’s gonna help you there. – Through your phone camera, you’ll be able to see overlaid graphics that are in context with the real world. – That’s hot. This is some hot tech. – [Blue Shirt] Google Maps will take you through the streets, but
once you arrive at a venue, then this can give you
more contextual information other you itself. – So, virtual reality puts
you in a digital world, augmented reality puts the
digital in the real world. – Oh my god, you should work here! That was perfect! You wanna trade? – I/Opening technologies. (all laugh) (techno music) – So, Google Lens is a computer
vision technology we have, which allows us to
understand thing that we see through the camera on your phone. I think a great thing we launched today was menu mode on Google Lens. – Say you’re at a restaurant, trying to figure out what to order. You can simply point your camera. Lens automatically
highlights the popular dishes at this restaurant. – How does it know what the
best things on the menu are? – So, it uses data from Google Maps. So, using people’s reviews, it will be able to pick out
which one’s most popular. – So, I wouldn’t have to
eat everything on the menu to know what’s best? – No. – All right, it’s just really
cutting into my business, actually. – [Marvin] The types of really simple, but really hard problems
that we wanna solve. – Artificial intelligence. How would you describe that for anyone who doesn’t know what that is? – I mean, it’s a big word,
it gets thrown around a lot, but I think it essentially is this idea of teaching a computer to learn. – We developed an app called Dance Like, which basically helps you
become a better dancer. We basically take a virtual fingerprint of you on the screen,
and we give you feedback on how aligned you are with the dancer. – So, this will be perfect
for say, I don’t know, three really extremely,
excruciatingly terrible dancers. – Yeah, that’s right, yep. – All right, lemme help you get loose. There we go. – So, lemme help you get
loose to get him loose. – Thank you. – Hip-Hop 101, Ned loves hip-hop. – [Ned] No! – Afrobeat, I believe,
is very good for Keith. Advanced House 101. Oh, this is definitely Zach. (electronic music) – It’s you doing the dance, so what we’re doing is
we’re trying to give you a very good instruction, based on a body part identification. – Dude, you’re crushing it! – You’re doing good! – You killed it! – Pretty good! – It’s easier to learn
when you slow things down, and if you do it in a slow-mo version, we can then basically speed you up and sync with the real-time dancer. – [Eugene] Did you all develop this because your professional dancers? – [Tim] I’m actually a terrible dancer! – [Eugene] The face of I/O. – [Zach] I’m terrified
in the face! (laughs) Technology is fun. – [Eugene] Nice! – I felt really good about that. I thought that I nailed it. – AI is basically like a
three- or four-year-old. And I have two daughters, seven and five, and I think if anyone has kids, it’s like, teaching a kid to learn, you start teaching them how to read, learn letters, simple sentences, we’re kind of at that stage. – If you put the machine in learning mode, it allows you to use your
hand to create a character that will appear on the screen and then interact with the
rest of the characters. – So, they’re like shadow puppets that become more than that? – [Miguel] That’s right. – If I just make one of
these shapes, like the horse. – [All] Oh my god! – My hands! – [Eugene] There he goes! – [Keith] Wow! – [Ned] Wow! – What you’re saying is, the
character that’s already there, the man, someone already created him and he’s just in the story? – Yes.
– That’s right. So, what we like is to sort of think about how we can use artificial intelligence to kind of recreate all
traditional art forms. – Am I a man or a woman? – Profile. Oh, you are a… Oh, you’re a man. – Yay! – I think there are some people that just think about Google
as the search engine, right? But you guys, as a company, you’re doing a lot to
really impact the world. – Yeah, we’re building things
like digital assistants, we’re helping with cancer research, all kinds of things that we
think are helpful to everybody. – I’m Carla Bromberg, the program lead for AI for Social Good. Our program aims to
accelerate the application of artificial intelligence
and machine learning to the world’s biggest humanitarian and environmental
and social issues. We’re doing bioacoustic sound
research to understand whales. – [Eugene] You’re
protecting whales with AI? – [Carla] Yes! – That’s amazing! (machines whirring)
(whales singing) – There’s a lot of whales in here. – Hopefully, we can just
all protect and conserve more wildlife and understand more species. – Imagine if you had 19
years compiled of just you? What would that sound like? (Zach whines) (Eugene laughs) – This is our Flood
Forecasting Initiative. It’s helping warn people
when there’s a flood so that they can evacuate. – Floods are the most common, deadliest natural disasters on the planet. 20% of flood fatalities
happen in India alone. – This is a simulation of
48 hours of a flood zone. And this is the Google public alert, and this shows you where a
flood situations happens, both in Google Maps and Google Search. We hope this has a really big impact, and also inspires other people, ’cause there’s a lot of other ways that we think artificial
intelligence can help save lives and protect the environment. – Maybe technology is here to remind us that the real beauty is in the real world. – [Keith] Oh, he’s so huge! Oh my god! (techno music) – My name is Irene, and
I’m a creative developer at a place called the Creative Lab. So, we have a page called
Experiments with Google, and it’s a website where
we collect projects from developers all over the world. Anybody can use it, and
there’s open-source code if you wanna learn how it was made. – So, this is Seeing Music. It’s part of our
create-ability experiments, and we worked with Jay Alan
Zimmerman, he’s a deaf composer. – Did you say he’s a deaf composer? – Yeah, he’s a deaf composer. He became deaf later in life, and he teaches a bunch
of different students, many of which also are deaf. And so, we created a visualization tool for him and his class to use,
to visualize their music. So, using what’s called a Hilbert scope, which is a really helpful
way to visualize audio. – Wow! ♪ So, when he was designing this ♪ ♪ Did he ever think, I
said, did he ever think ♪ ♪ That it’d be used like this ♪ – This is exactly how
he hoped it would work. – What if we all sang
in it at the same time, but a different note? – Oh yeah, okay. (all singing) – Oh.
– Oh, man. – Well, that sounded the
best we’ve ever sounded. – Yeah, that sounded really nice. We should join the
Google a cappella group! If they had one, I’d put
it in the video right now. ♪ I/O ♪ ♪ I/O ♪ (singing) (digital piano music) – That’s a nice little
jazz rhythm right there. – We’ve been working on
a project called Magenta, which is working on using machine learning to enable artists and musicians to express themselves
in new kinds of ways. We made this algorithm
that takes playing piano and maps it down just onto eight buttons, and we figured, what’s more interesting than hitting buttons is touching fruit. – This is musical fruit. – This is the most musical
fruit we could find. (digital piano music) – Oh my god! Wow! That’s the most a-peel-ing
I’ve ever found a banana. To be totally honest, I
don’t care how it works, I just wanna touch the
fruit, but how does it work? – There’s two parts of it. There’s the, how does touching
this fruit make sound, which is, there’s some electrodes that are stuck into each
of these pieces of fruit. What we’re here to do is
actually taking these signals and turning them into a pitch. – What’s interesting is you
notice every time I touch it, there’s different notes coming out, and that’s this machine-learning model that’s saying, okay, well,
if you’re touching this a bunch of times, I’m
gonna try to make it sound something like piano. It’s not just one note per thing. And also, an important part
of what we do with Magenta, is we’re a big open-source project. So, if someone wants to make their own, they can just go to the webpage and download software
and do their own thing. – Can I do it with dominoes? – You could do it with dominoes! – Wow, dominoes! – And a one, two, three, four! (digital piano music) – Have you had this many men
touching the fruit at once? – [Jesse] Never. – Cool. (digital piano music) – At the end of the day,
I learned a lot at Google. I saw technologies that wowed me, technologies that shocked me. What really left the biggest
impact on me was the people. And at the end of the summer,
the world hadn’t changed. I changed. Thanks, Google I/O, for showing me all the
wonders of the world. (digital piano music) It’s so beautiful! (Keith screams) We have one more thing left. At night, this place gets turnt! We’re gonna play around in neon lights, and I’m gonna get as much
free stuff as possible. Let’s party! Vegan ice cream.
– Free included! – Yes! Thanks again to Google
for sponsoring this video, but also, thanks for
making the world cooler. – I know I made a lot of jokes about this being an
eye-opening experience, but it really was. I got to have my face be stupid, there were animals next to
me that weren’t really there. – The fact that we got
to learn about technology that is saving this whales
or helping prevent floods, that’s amazing! – All of you watching at home, who found us through a search engine, all of that was discussed
probably five or 10 years prior at something like this! – Since the beginning of Google, we have been a company that’s dedicated to really helping people. Our real hope is that the interactions and the people that the developers meet, they spawn new projects and new ideas that are gonna be super
helpful in the future. – After today, I can confidently say the world’s hottest
festival is Google I/O. – [All] Thanks, Google! – That was truly– – [All] An I/Opening experience! – They’re not gonna make that the tagline. – Well. (upbeat music) ♪ Do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do ♪ ♪ Ti, la, sol, fa, mi, re, do ♪ – [Man] That’s all the songs we know! – This is so cool, seeing
a hologram of a choir.
I would do anything for my wife,
I’m aware of that. But there are people
that are more romantic. Prince Edward abdicated
his right to the English throne for the woman he loved. Isn’t that unbelievable? He was forced to choose between
the woman he loved or being King of England, and that idiot… chose the broad. Now I’m sure in that moment
it was the right decision and I’m happily married, but even in
the best relationship, each person has thoughts
where they go, “I’ve made an enormous mistake.” But we never thought, “I could’ve been
King of England.” Do you think Prince Edward
really ever got over that? Every time he had
to empty the trash, he was like,
“A King of England doesn’t have to empty the trash! The King of England can chat
with his ex on Facebook!” Can you imagine
what kind of news event that abdication was
in the U.K.? There must’ve been,
“He’s gone mad. We should get him
to hospital.” “Jim, your British accent
is getting worse. Why wouldn’t you take
five minutes and learn a good accent? It’s just lazy.
It’s just lazy.” My wife’s pretty amazing. She is better at things
and I’m not ashamed to say that. Like, her guilt trip,
legendary. My wife is half Catholic,
half Jewish, so her guilt trip is like
a superpower. I walk in a room,
she looks at me, and I feel horrible. And that’s called love. We’ve been together so long
I will get angry about a guilt trip
she hasn’t even given me yet. I’ll be like, “I’m gonna watch
the football game.” She’s like, “Okay.” And I’m like,
“‘Cause I want to!” I’m always in trouble
with my wife ’cause I’m selfish,
I’m lazy, insensitive, and a bunch of other stuff.
She rattles on. And I understand being
in trouble for stuff I’ve done, but sometimes I get in trouble
for stuff other men have done. Once I got in trouble for
something a guy did in a movie. I was watching a movie
with my wife and in the movie there was
this married guy with children who left his family
for a 20-year-old woman and I knew in that moment
I should sleep on the couch. [laughter] And the movie ended
and my wife looked at me and she was like,
“Why would someone do that?” And I was like,
“Uh, it–it was in the script?” I didn’t say that.
I just said, “Where do you want me to sleep?” I hope it doesn’t sound
like I’m picking on her ’cause I’m grateful to have her
in my life. It’s nice to have a partner. Someone looking out for you,
you look out for them. Like I did two weeks of shows
out of town in December and when I came home,
my wife informed me that she made me an appointment
for the gastroenterologist. If you’re unfamiliar,
that’s the doctor that sticks the camera
up your butt. I mean,
they do other things, but that’s what
they’re famous for. That’s probably how they
attract people to the field. “You like photography?” [laughter] “Then I got a job
that you’re gonna love!” I didn’t ask my wife
to set up this appointment. I wasn’t sick.
I didn’t have any symptoms. She just did it ’cause
she was looking out for me. So she casually brought it up.
She goes, “Just so you know, I made you an appointment
for the gastroenterologist. And I said, “Just so you know,
I won’t be going.” She’s like,
“Why wouldn’t you go? It’s just a consultation.” I said,
“Well, it’s the principle. I’m an adult.
I make my own decisions. Thank you.” Anyway, so I’m at
the gastroenterologist… [laughter] The doctor starts to describe
the procedure and I said, “Look,
I should probably let you know, I don’t really enjoy
getting my picture taken. I would be open
to an ultrasound, I think a lot of men
are curious what the jelly on the belly feels like.” Anyway, the doctor,
he didn’t think it was funny. [chuckles] And I knew it was
precautionary, so I agreed. So he went over
to his computer and he goes, “All right,
my next available appointment is in three months.”
I was like, “Three months?!” This was in December. I didn’t know if I wanted
this procedure hanging over my head
during the holidays. “Jim, you want
another piece of pie?” “No, I’m getting
a camera up my butt. I don’t want some
team of doctors to be like, ‘Wow, this guy loves pie. Barry, get out here.
He’s got half a pie up there.'” I didn’t know what could delay
this important procedure, but part of me
didn’t want to find out. I didn’t want the doctor
to be like, “Well, the real delay is finding
someone to clean the camera. That takes forever. Turnover in that position
is insane, you know? People do it once
and they’re like, ‘You know what?
I’m going back on food stamps.'” Then I was thinking,
maybe it’s the doctor. Maybe he’s like, “Dude,
I can only do this procedure once a month.
Then I gotta take a week off, sit on the beach,
and ask myself ‘Why keep sticking cameras
up people’s butts?’ I could’ve been a dentist.” “Again with
the dental reference.” But in February
I had the procedure and I think every man in here
should get a colonoscopy because I had to. It’s not an easy decision
’cause the best news you can find out from getting
a camera stuck up your butt is learning you didn’t need
to have a camera stuck up your butt.
That’s the best news. “Yeah, we didn’t need
to do that. We can just chalk that up,
one for fun.” And the day before
the procedure, you can’t eat anything. And I’m a total pig,
so I was terrified. but after I was awake
for five hours and I hadn’t eaten anything,
I wasn’t hungry. I was suicidal. I was so bored.
I was like, “What am I supposed to sit here
and feel feelings?” And then at noon
and at 6:00 p.m. you have to drink this serum that I believe is made by
a collaboration of ex-lax and Taco Bell. Printed on the side of the serum
it should’ve just said, “Drink this in the bathroom. Might wanna grab a pillow
and a book.” ‘Cause I tell ya,
I’ve had diarrhea before… This is the point where everyone
acts like they’ve never had diarrhea. “I don’t even know what
Jim’s talking about. Do you?” Yeah, I’m the only one
who’s had diarrhea… in a hotel hot tub.
Okay. [laughter] Like we’re at the same hotel. No, I’ve had diarrhea.
I don’t wanna brag. No, I’ve had diarrhea,
but calling what this serum did to my body “diarrhea” is
an insult to the word diarrhea. My body made noises
I didn’t know existed. At one point I thought
I stepped on a puppy. [laughter] I was
in the bathroom for hours. For hours.
Checking email– ignoring phone calls
’cause serum or not, you can’t answer the phone
in the bathroom ’cause you can’t hide the fact
you’re in the bathroom ’cause there’s an echo. “Are you in a well?”
“Yes! Yes, I’m down here in a well.
No kids in this well! Making sure no kids
fell in.” But I kept getting this call
from the doctor’s office and I thought there might be
important information like someone saying,
“Do not drink the serum!” So I answered it
and it was just someone confirming the appointment
and I don’t know how someone’s supposed to sound
when they confirm a colonoscopy, but this person
was really casual. They’re like,
“Hey, how are you? So, we’re gonna
see you tomorrow?” I’m like, “What?
Are we having brunch? I thought I was getting
a camera up my butt.” She gave me the address.
The next morning I went there. It wasn’t at a hospital
or a clinic, it was at some building. Just picture where you imagine
the black market would harvest human organs. “What am I doing here?” And I took an elevator
to the basement. There was this huge space
with all these makeshift rooms with shower curtains.
And I was let into one. There was all this talking–
You know when you’re nervous and you think you hear things?
I thought I heard someone go, “I can’t believe he’s here. I want his kidney.”
And I was terrified. And then eventually
an anesthesiologist walked in, he gave me a shot
and he goes, “Just wanna go through
what’s gonna happen. Right now I’m giving you
some medicine which will knock you out and when you wake up,
you won’t remember anything. You okay with that?” And against every instinct
in my body, I just went, “Okay.” And the last memory I had
is just watching the anesthesiologist leave
the room as I heard someone go, “I want his spleen.” And I woke up
and I was fine. I mean, I’m pregnant,
but I’m fine.
on Thanksgiving week, it has just been so wonderful
to have you back, and we’ve been
catching up backstage. Obviously, I have a very —
I hold you in very high regard because there are so many things
you’re good at. You’re a comedian.
You’re a writer. You’re a musician,
so many things. And one thing
I just figured out this week is you are also
an art connoisseur. -Oh, yeah. -And you were saying
to me backstage that you have almost
an art historian’s knowledge of any painting
that has ever been painted. -Yeah, I said that backstage. -Yeah.
[ Laughter ] And you said —
You challenged me to show you a painting
and prove you wrong. -Oh yeah,
I know every single painting. -Okay, so you’re sure
you want to do this in front of everybody?
-I want to. -Okay. Guys, it’s time once again for our new segment,
“Fred Armisen: Art Aficionado.” [ Cheers and applause ] -Alright, buddy. This is Toulouse-Lautrec’s
1890 painting, “At the Moulin Rouge,
The Dance.” -Oh, yeah.
Well, you know, he painted this. -Yeah.
-So he got his paints together, and he just sort of separated
all the colors and stuff. -He had to separate them
in the beginning? They don’t come separated?
-No, they don’t, actually. -Oh.
-It’s a sort of — It’s one big mush of paint,
and he sort of — Okay. You know, this is red.
This is black, et cetera. And so he set it all out,
and he started painting it, and eventually — Well, see, this whole thing here
is supposed to be the signature. [ Laughter ] It’s a very elaborate signature. -Wait, are you saying that if — this basically says
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec? -Yeah, because back in those
days, signatures were like — They didn’t have computers,
so they were very elaborate. This is how he signed
a painting. The actual painting
is much, much larger. And, you know,
it’s a real tragedy that over the years,
we’ve sort of lost all of that and everything just gets — You know, they consider this
the painting. And it’s like, “No, you’ve got
to see the rest of it!” It’s just — -What’s the rest of it
look like? Does the rest of it
look like this? -It’s the atrium.
So, this is an atrium, and it goes up the walls,
goes way, way up, and there’s this wonderful
glass elaborate ceiling, and there’s pillars and more paintings.
-Wow. -And this was his
sort of little — Okay, this was me. I painted it. And this is all
that we have now. -Does the rest of the painting
exist somewhere? -It does. It’s on the floor
of the Sistine Chapel. [ Laughter ] -On the floor, so when you
walk in, you’re walking on it? -Yeah, but no one sees,
’cause they’re all looking up. But, like, on the floor
is the rest. -Yeah, yeah, yeah.
In the end, you realize that’s the worst place
to put something, on the floor
of the Sistine Chapel. -Yes.
-Excellent. And do you want to tell me once
again the year this was painted? -It took a while. This is — [ Laughter ] -I said it
right in the beginning. I said it out loud. So, yeah. -He started in the 1850s, and
he was done by 1879, I think. -Yeah, that’s about right.
-Yeah. Yeah. -Give it up for Fred Armisen,
So then I told the guy: “No you can’t take
my car!” You guys! We need to capture this moment right now! Cheese! So cute!
You better tag everyone in these pics Amy’s can never make my arms long enough
to eat everyone in the frame let me try if you don’t have a tripod
handy put your phone at the base of your sandal so you can capture the whole crew
just don’t forget to put it on timer mode unless you have super flexible toes
yes no one says cut off or anything how call
that a win for sure okay do I have post approval yet tag away Sophia tag away
selfies are great so and then but sometimes things can get a little well
boring see what I mean this watermelon is so juicy
oh I just thought of a great way to spice these selfies up Helle can I
borrow your eyes and that slice of watermelon real quick
I trust your artistic eye uh-huh I gotcha in just a flash you can create
the perfect summertime photo using just a piece of fruit this tasty trick works
just about anywhere snag a friend and sport these super-cute
watermelon dresses perfect for your latest it’s the story you can also do
this trick with pretty flowers from the garden wow I guess donuts cave in this
side hard to believe these aren’t edited photos right oh so cute if it’s a perfect day for the pool it’s
the perfect day for a photo shoot the next time you’re sitting poolside try
holding a big mirror like Vicky here whoa that looks really dreamy doesn’t it you can also take a pretty mirror like
this one into a garden for some super sultry pics the reflection in the mirror
makes these pics look perfectly photoshopped you can even use them to
look like you’re just a floating head see but what really stands out is using
the mirror to reflect something that’s beautifully contrast with your
backgrounds so pretty oh my gosh Oh get this to Vicky
don’t worry girl we’ll find the monster that did this to you but in the meantime
let’s take some pics for a silly photo shoot like this one simply hop into the
pool and stay by the edge make sure you’re wearing a ponytail have your
friend hold onto your hair while they sit facing the opposite way with their
head facing down okay Vicky this thing is awesome but it won’t make you famous
let’s not get a head of ourselves time to post it to the gram Oh Sofia you really know how to move oh
yeah I see you whoa are you sitting on something I
don’t see anything under her do you oh I get it
amy is controlling Sofia with string talk about a puppet master that was a
pretty smooth ride if I do say so myself Vicki you look fabulous and all but you
do know there’s no phone in that case right Oh God
well that makeup finally got to her hey wait a minute it seems like her hand
motions are controlling my camera whoa did you see that how are you doing this
Vicki ouch hey be careful that’s better you really do look nice but tell us how
are you doing this ah it’s the classic mirror game see Kelly is following
Vicki’s head motions a millisecond after she does them so that it seems like
Vicki’s controlling the phones camera look how in sync they are behind the
scenes BFF magic at its best whoa this is super creepy is that
actually a mirror in the picture um Mia are there two of you here or am I seeing
double again okay clearly you’re a genius of Photoshop otherwise you have a
lot of explaining to do you can make cool shots like this to write on your
phone using the panoramic mode slowly pan right as you record your video once
the camera hits the desired spot move your reflection and stop the camera that
admit this is some pretty impressive stuff damn vicky ever heard the saying get a
room geez take a breath you’re gonna eat a
space off girl Vicky we knew you liked fruit but this is going a little
overboard well an apple a day keeps the doctor away right Wow Olivia you sure
know how to do your stretches I guess there’s no time better than the present
and just stretch want to know the secret to the perfect stretch camera angles huh
camera tricks am i right it can be our little secret okay give it all give you my life I give you
my soul and I know that you keep it safe forever for all of you today whoa who knew Olivia had some serious
pipes on her and with a friend just underneath you Fanning your hair you’ll
look just like Celine Dion in her famous music videos refreshing wait a second am i floating
what’s going on um bye Becky okay what the heck was in that water anyway Oh watch your head
Hey how’s the weather up there okay Nikki wasn’t really levitating want
to know how this trick works behind the scenes first you want to show you
initially lifting up and floating push up onto your tippy toes a spot the
camera isn’t catching yet and don’t forget to rock a surprised look on your
face for the feet isolate them on the screen so you can’t see they’re sitting
on a table now stand on a chair while your upper body is being filmed see it
looks like you’re actually floating whoo-hoo
hang on tag girls well nothing beats spending the afternoon outdoors Wow
girls check out those mountain mutts let’s ride over to those in time for the
sunset okay look what things actually look like behind the scenes as long as
you don’t show their legs you can totally make people think you’re
spending the day horseback riding in your very own western film it’s amazing
how you can trick your friends with nothing but a blanket huit how is she lifting both feet like
that without falling Oh both your shoes are on one foot simply glue or tape both
the right and left shoe on one of your feet see easy oh nothing like a chill
Sunday with nothing to do just hang in with your buds dare to make things more
interesting who needs regular old chairs when you
can hang upside down hey girl you gonna join me or what why succumb to
everyday gravity turn things upside down post a clip of you and a pal to flying
the laws of gravity by confusing all of your friends simply make your backdrop
look like a floor by hanging a rug and putting some tables on their sides these
days when you’re feeling yourself stopping to take a selfie is crucial but
what if you’re in public place without anyone noticing you can quickly sneak in
a little pic and move on with your day but having a selfie session in the
privacy of your own home is a whole other story before you know it one quick
snap turns into a full-fledged photo shoot no funny face or angle is
off-limits quick take it before that guy turns
around oh man this bathroom lighting is great
oh hello gorgeous whoops okay I think the coast is clear