In this week’s roundup, Claire Crosby makes another appearance on "Ellen" while Devin Graham and other UTubers take viewers to tropical destinations.
Claire Crosby appeared on "Ellen" last week to talk about her new baby sister June. Claire told Ellen she wishes her sister was born on Ellen’s birthday so they could name her Ellen. She brought the audience to their feet as she sang “Tomorrow” from the musical “Annie.”
Get lost in paradise as Devin Graham takes viewers to Kualoa, Hawaii, what he calls “the most magical place on Earth.” Also, don't miss the behind-the-scenes video of his eight days filming in the jungle as he created his passion project.
Graham wasn’t the only one to go to Hawaii. The Jurgys just got back from Kauai and share tips for the top 10 things to do there. They’ve been encouraging viewers to go after “big waves” in their lives this year.
The Gardiner Sisters also jumped on the tropical destination wagon in their new official music video of “Brown Eyes,” which features scenes of beautiful beaches and jungle.Comment on this story
“What’s Inside?” dissects 35 million-year-old fossilized dinosaur feces, called “coprolite.” The dad and son duo polish it to find out what they can learn about the dinosaur and its eating habits.
A cappella group Eclipse 6 released a video of “Great is Thy Faithfulness” arranged by Vocal Point director McKay Crockett.
Mormon musician Junior Maile covers Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song” with Jona Qoro in studio.
“The Greatest Showman” frenzy continues as Idos Media produced “The Greatest Show IN REAL LIFE” with a dance routine by Divinity Dance Company.