The Greatest Videos of The Week
Posted by Videoson 01/27/2012 at 5:15 PM
What all happened this week? A JoBro made the leap onto Broadway, the Glee kids donned some of Michael Jackson’s infamous looks and Miley Cyrus gave her best attempt at becoming a “serious musician,” just hours before the world was made aware of the penis-cake incident. Relive the last seven days through our favorite video moments, below.
MILEY CYRUS IS JUST BEING “NEW” MILEY IN THIS BOB DYLAN TRIBUTE VIDEO
Cyrus does her best Serious Country Star in “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go.”
THE LATEST IN BON IVER MINUTIAE: GRAMMYS POSTER AND BON JOVIFICATION
Bon Iver gives love a bad name, and he gives the Grammys a bit of posterized cred!
A$AP ROCKY SAYS “WASSUP” TO TONY MONTANA
Harlem’s PMF pays tribute to some of his favorite films. Consider his casual greeting the 2012 version of “Say hello to my little friend.”
WALK OFF THE EARTH WALKS OFF YOUTUBE AND ONTO ELLEN
The Canadian group perform their viral version of “Somebody Used to Know” on the daytime program.
THREE JONAS BROTHERS IN ONE SHOT
The entire family comes out to support Nick’s debut in How To Succeed on Broadway. So that’s what Kevin’s been up to all this time!
For the King of Pop’s Glee tribute and stellar Florence vocals, click NEXT.
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