Call it karma!
Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!
Previously, when their web went down on Monday, they released a statement saying
Chuck Jose is a fantasy football fan, a digital operations specialist for PlayStation, and a surprisingly good dancer for someone who's only dancing because he lost a bet.
We guess Chuck has some creative buddies because someone came up with a unique punishment for Chuck when he lost a fantasy football bet.
Chuck had to recreate Sia's music video for Chandelier!
The nearly shot-for-shot remake is so perfect we can barely handle it.
This guy squeezes himself into a nude leotard like in the video, dons the blonde bob wig and dances across an apartment that seriously resembles the one in the video.
We feel like this is just one of those times where everything just happened to come together perfectly.
Check out the video (below) to see this masterpiece!
And since the legal proceedings are over, Janay gets to tell her side of the story now.
On Monday, she confirmed to Today's Matt Lauer that it was the first time Ray had ever hit her, and that she feels betrayed by the
We have a feeling their message was heard loud and clear.
Throughout the months following Michael Brown's deadly shooting, people have been peacefully protesting police violence with their hands up in a 'don't shoot' stance.
Some of the St. Louis Rams players continued this silent protest on Sunday, after former officer Darren Wilson was not indicted for the shooting last week.
Stedman Bailey, Jared Cook, Chris Givens and receivers Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt were among the Rams who entered the Edward Jones Dome with their hands up as they jogged onto the field before playing the Oakland Raiders.
After a touchdown in the first quarter, the silent protest was seen again.
You can watch just how powerful it was (above)!
Woo hoo!!! This is great news!
Bob Costas revealed the news during halftime of Sunday night's Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants game, and Pepsi followed up with a confirmation commercial of their own.
Apparently, when Katy takes the stage it means covering the stadium with glitter and riding a fire-breathing shark!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
Things might have been different if he'd said this upfront!
Adrian Peterson was suspended for the rest of the NFL season for disciplining his son so harshly that he drew blood.
Well, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said that since the Minnesota Vikings running back didn't show remorse, he's done playing for the year.
NOW, Adrian has decided to tell the world how sorry he is, explaining how the incident happened, and what followed. He said: