Top Videos: Kazoo record broken as NZ explodes

Have you ever seen a golden-toed tiny cow, or an otter playing basketball? This week, the animals had quite a bit of fun.

Elsewhere, Jennifer Coolidge had some good advice to help people overcome self-doubt while speaking at Vivid in Sydney, while the show went on at the Tony Awards … without a script.

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Ad lib Tony Awards

The Hollywood writers’ strike affected the Tony Awards this week, resulting in Ariana DeBose having to write notes on her arm and go without a script.

Melania mix up

Fox News mistook a woman working for Donald Trump to be his wife, Melania, as the former president arrived at a courthouse in Miami.

Jennifer Coolidge’s cure for self-doubt

While speaking at an event for Vivid in Sydney, Jennifer Coolidge gave her cure for self-doubt – she suggested people go to “really bad stuff” like terrible plays or watch bad shows on television.


How to deal with self doubt, by the queen herself jennifercoolidge. #vividsydney #thewhitelotus #motivation #speech #funny #youlooklikethefourthofjuly

♬ original sound – Steph 👋🏻

Teletubbies hit the runway

The Teletubbies made their runway debut in Miami this week and walked the catwalk for the New York-based brand, The Blonds.

Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po walked hand-in-hand with models at Miami Swim Week and were later seen partying.


Don’t let your Tubby Dreams just be Tubby Dreams ☀️ #teletubbies #theblondsny #miamiswimweek

♬ original sound – Teletubbies HQ

Record broken in Federation Square

The sound of 10,000 kazoos was heard at Melbourne’s Federation Square last week as people broke a world record.

The free event supplied people with kazoos and was part of the RISING festival.

Making a motorway

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency gave some insight into how space is made for a motorway.

The agency showed some clips of rocks being blown up to make way for the motorway. Fracturing rocks apparently makes it easier to excavate.


Ara Tūhono, the new motorway between Pūhoi to Warkworth, will open very soon. There’s been a huge amount of work on the project, like this rock blasting done when we started building the road a few years back 💥

♬ Carmina Burana – O fortuna – Carl Orff

Golden-toed tiny cow

This week, a very good dog showed off his impression of a cow. When asked what “cow’s say”, Artie replied with a very big “moo”.

Otter slam dunks

An otter named Juno from Oregon Zoo shows her ball skills to guests and those on social media.

The team at the zoo put a special hoop in for her and Juno was seen showing her skill.

Surf’s up for little bear

A little black bear was seen splashing around in waves at a beach in Florida after swimming from way out at sea.

The one in a billion egg

Journalist Jacqueline Felgate came across something pretty special this week – a perfectly round egg.

Felgate purchased a carton of eggs at the Woolworths in Fishermens Bend. She noted that eggs like these can sell for over $1000 as they are extremely rare.

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