When Madeline asked her parents if, for her third birthday, she could ride the train for the first time, little did she know what happens to girls who get everything they've ever wanted.
While most of America was glued to Fox for the duration of the night, there were others of us that spent the evening watching cute little puppies playing on a fake football field. Not that we're complaining!
This Brazilian baby may be the most talented infant ever to grace YouTube's "dancing baby" genre. I'm not sure how he has so many moves, or why his balance is so good. Perhaps he's a prodigy of dance?
If this doesn't elicit some kind of emotion from you, then remove yourself from the human race and cash in your soul now. On freezing days like today, this will make you feel warm.
There's adorable, and there's talented. Then there's the adorably talented. Only a handful of children in the world can be crowned with the title of "Adorablented." This kid is one of the few.
Anderson Cooper isn't about to make a dancing fool of himself with Ellen DeGeneres, like those other TV news anchors, whom he helpfully names. Plus, public displays of ardor just aren't his thing.
Indian names baffle E!'s Ryan Seacrest, so he just held a sign up to the camera to introduce children from the cast of Slumdog Millionaire. Sad. Then things got more weird.