Getting compared to Bart Simpson is the ultimate compliment for any pint-sized skateboarder. But it's a compliment that 8-year old Schaeffer McLean, who's been dubbed "The Real Life Bart Simpson" has certainly earned.
Whitney Houston touched so many lives across generations with her music and passionate performances, which is why we're still looking for that ultimate tribute that can truly pay homage to the iconic singer. We may not have found the most epic one of them all, but we've certainly found the most touching performance by the children's choir PS22 from Staten Island.
Kids say the darndest things. Turns out, some of them are even good at putting those words down on a piece of paper. Like how a weatherman at a local TV station received a fan letter from a young student named Flint, after visiting his school. What Flint wrote has gotten the internet in a tizzy, just wondering how on Earth a kid like him could write something so hilariously strange. Check it out below.
Great inventors like Thomas Edison and Johann Gutenberg might have given us great things that have ushered mankind into a new era of prosperity, but they weren't very huggable. Meet seven-year-old science wonder Audri.
This cute ad for the Stockholm Open has tennis playing children made to look like court legends such as John McEnroe, Jim Courier and Roger Federer. (Just to be clear, these aren't the actual kid versions of tennis stars.) Check out the mini-doppelgangers below.
Some people are saying the mother in this video pushed her child into the prize machine so he could steal merchandise and possibly get some money. But we've seen how excited little kids get about the plush toys these types of machines give out, so we suspect the tyke tried to sneak in through the out door on his own.
Some kids want to be a fireman, a professional athlete or a superhero when they grow up. Five-year-old Zay Zay dreams of one day becoming a standup comedian. From the looks of his adorably funny YouTube routine, this kid might have the creative chops and charisma to keep that dream alive long enough for it to become a reality.
We're not sure if Ellen DeGeneres is paying Sophia Grace and Rosie, the two adorable English cousins who have become fixtures on her daytime talk show. But she has certainly rewarded the duo in a currency kids their age understand: A trip to Disneyland.
Hot on the heels of the backwards-speaking teenager comes another youngster with an amazingly weird talent. This time, a girl sings 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star' in its entirety with her mouth closed. Where do you find these people, internet?
A video of the Brownlee sisters, Sophia Grace and Rosie, singing the Nicki Minaj song 'Super Bass' was one of the biggest viral hits of 2011. A lot of those clicks were a result of Ellen Degeneres, who featured the adorable little British girls on her daytime program soon after the video hit the Web.
As a self-respecting fan of Kansas State, Emma Burton refused to do a school assignment that would have the five-year old coloring in the Jayhawk mascot of K-State's in-state rivals the University of Kansas.
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