Following their previous hit with "Call Me Maybe", the USA Olympic swimmers hit the road for some carpool karaoke fun.
Flag bearer Pita Nikolas Aufatofua of Tonga not only led his Olympic Team during the opening ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Maracana Stadium, he also nearly broke the internet.
If you want to see him in action, watch the taekwondo matches...
Pornhub is launching an initiative to keep people safe during the olympics in Rio this year by providing a free membership to anyone in Rio de Janiero. The website to sign up also provides actual information about how to protect yourself from Zika, so it's not all just silly.
Participants also get to pick the country they are rooting for. The program is relatively new so there aren't a lot of signups yet, but not surprisingly Brazil is in the lead.
It started with four members of the Australian women's water polo being struck down with a virus just days out from the opening ceremony.
Then a fire broke out in the underground carpark of the building where the Australian olympians are staying.
The team is also plagued with thefts of uniforms and laptops.
What a way to start the games!
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In the opening ceremony of the 2016 US Synchronized Skating Championships, ice skaters Dean Copely and Tim McKernan dressed up as Chazz Michael Michaels and Jimmy MacElroy, two characters from the movie "Blades of Glory". They performed a version of the film's 'Fire and Ice' routine.
You can watch the routine from a better angle in this video from the network taping the routine:
And just for comparison, here's the routine from the 2007 movie, 'Blades of Glory':