This week, The Voice crowned a new winner, Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon yodeled together, and Miss Utah made fun of her less-than-eloquent response during the Miss USA pageant. In terrifying news, a gigantic pet python figured out how to open a door and escape from the room it was being kept in. And GZA from the Wu-Tang Clan gave a science lesson to a group of high school kids in New York City. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Python Opens a Door: Want to have nightmares this evening? Then check out this video of someone's giant pet python figuring out how to escape from a room by opening a door. It's like something out of a horror movie. We're still shuddering.
Jimmy Fallon and Brad Pitt Yodel: Brad Pitt may be battling zombies in his upcoming summer flick World War Z, but did you also know he could yodel? His "vocal talents" are on full display atop New York skyscrapers for this duet with Jimmy Fallon:
Wu-Tang Clan's GZA Teaches Science: How'd you like to get a science lesson from the Wu-Tang Clan's GZA? A group of teens at Bronx Compass in New York City recently did — and had their minds blown. Check out the clip below (via Tubefilter):
Danielle Bradbery wins The Voice: Blake Shelton's protégé Danielle Bradbery took home the top prize for Season 4 of The Voice Tuesday night. Here, see the 16-year-old perform "Maybe It Was Memphis" from the finale:
Miss Utah Sings Her Pageant Response: "Miss Utah" Marissa Powell's response to a question about income inequality during the Miss USA pageant this week was the flub heard 'round the world. Luckily, Powell seems to have a sense of humor about the whole ordeal, as evidenced by an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, in which she sang her rambling, incoherent answer about "creating education better."
"Channing All Over Your Tatum": — Jimmy Kimmel teased this star-studded tribute to heartthrob (and new dad!) Channing Tatum during his post-Oscars special earlier this year, but here's the full-length music video. Look for cameos from Miley Cyrus, Olivia Munn and of course, Tatum himself.
Anchorman 2 Trailer: The trailer for the much-anticipated Anchorman sequel finds Will Ferrell and company working at a 24-hour news station in the 1980s. The most cringe-worthy moments come not on-air, however, but from racially-tinged dinner table comments courtesy of Ferrell's title character, Ron Burgundy. Stay classy!
"The Art of Punk": Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art kicks off a new web series, "The Art of Punk" with an examination of the design elements behind the artwork associated with punk pioneers Black Flag. It features interviews with original members Keith Morris and Chuck Dukowski. (via Tubefilter)