'Oh My Dayum': Songified Five Guys Review Goes Viral [VIDEO]

The Gregory Brothers' songified remix of Big Daym's Five Guys review, also known as "Oh My Dayum," has been on YouTube for one day, and yet it's already achieved viral status. The film has nearly 30,000 likes and more than 423,000 views in the 24 hours it was posted online. The video is embedded at the bottom of the page.

Wendy's Lobster & Caviar Burger: A Revelation In Cuisine, Or Just Wrong?

On Aug. 3, Wendy's added two new ridiculous sandwich items to its menu in Japan to take advantage of the record low prices on the lobster market, including the Premium Caviar & Lobster Burger, and the Lobster Surf & Turf Burger. These two burgers are available in Japan for a limited time, but should Wendy's even be selling these two offbeat burgers to begin with?

Chief Joseph War Shirt Sold For $877,500 In Auction

Chief Joseph has never been much of a fashion icon, but that didn’t stop one Native American artifact collector from shelling out $877,500 for a war shirt worn by the Nez Perce tribe leader. The buyer is a private collector whose identity was not revealed.

Congress Wants To Slash NEA Budget, But Artists Fight Back

Americans for the Arts, Actors' Equity Association and the New York Innovate Theatre Foundation (NYIT) are just three of the groups that have been urging artists and arts enthusiasts around the country to write their local representatives and voice their opposition to cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts.

Painter LeRoy Neiman Dead At 91

LeRoy Neiman, whose distinctive, abstract style of painting sports figures in action made him a star on a par with some of the famous athletes he painted, died on Wednesday at age 91.

Sylvester Stallone 'Discovered' in 500-Year-Old Painting And Other Celebrities Doppelgangers of Historical Figures [PHOTOS]

A Harvard student was bewildered on a visit to Vatican City, not because of the beauty or the history, but because a 500-year-old painting by Raphael which shows a man who is an exact doppelganger of Sylvester Stallone. While it's obviously not the real life Sylvester Stallone, the resemblance is uncanny, namely in the cheekbones, chin and the heavy eyes. However, Stallone isn't the only famous celebrity who was named a doppelganger of historical figures and people in paintings.