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On “The Outbreak” we give to you the week’s most infectious videos, recently released music videos and upcoming movie trailers. With so many to chose from, we took the the ones that trended the most and contained them right here.

In this week’s edition, we feature Rob Ford knocking an elderly woman down, Kanye & Kim’s racy music video for “Bound 2” and Mike Tyson returning Evander Holyfield’s Ear.

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Anniversary Prank Backfires

Pranks. They are a (usually) harmless way to release some steam, and to cause a little surprise laugh in the process. We’ve seen some amazing pranks in the past: haunted elevators and most recently the Carrie coffee shop prank here in the West Village of NYC. While those are harmless pranks that are created with a bigger budget and more elaborate scenes, people pull cheaper ones that revolve around their family or friends. Take in point the most recent viral video: a man pranks his girlfriend on their fifth anniversary. He goes to tell her that he cheated on her (to get a rise out of her on the camera), but things take a turn for the worse… For him!

Jean-Claude Van Damme Does The Splits Between Two Moving Trucks

Watch Jean-Claude Van Damme carry out his famous split between two reversing trucks. Never done before, JCVD says it’s the most epic of splits!

Channing Tatum’s Epic Split

The original video for Volvo Trucks stars action star Jean-Claude Van Damme where he does the splits between two reversing Volvo trucks. Van Damme calls it “the most epic of splits” – which in fact it is pretty dang epic – especially if the YouTube description is true and that it was “Filmed in Spain on a closed-off landing field at sunrise in one take.” (Emphasis added). And once again Channing Tatum is ready for a spoof video from the set of the “21 Jump Street” sequel “22 Jump Street”:

Mike Tyson Returns Holyfield’s Ear Back

Foot Locker brings back Kyrie Irving for the Week Of Greatness, a week of the most premium shoe releases that can right all the world’s wrongs. See Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield hug it out, Dennis Rodman fly to North Korea, Brett Favre finally walk away, and Craig Sager decide to change his wardrobe. If it’s at Foot Locker, it’s Approved. #weekofgreatness

Kanye West – ‘Bound 2’ (NSFW)

As Kanye West continues his round of press tours, he follows in Drake’s footsteps and stops by Ellen to chat with Ms. DeGeneres in her comfy-looking chairs. During the show, Kanye premiered the video for the latest single from his unstopabble album Yeezus, “Bound 2,” which features Charlie Wilson on the hook and an old sample from a song called “Bound” from the soul group Ponderosa Twins Plus One.

For the video, however, it’s not quite as quaint. It’s classic Kanye — directed this time by Nick Knight — set against grand, surreal scenes of beauty and slow motion action. Ye and his new fiancée Kim Kardashian drive around on a motorcycle in front of some green screen nature settings while Ye just drops his verses, some of the more traditional ones that appeared on Yeezus. Spoiler: One of the two people starring this video are topless the entire time. Read more at Radio.com.

A Great Big World w/ Christina Aguilera – “Say Something”

Long before A Great Big World‘s Ian Axel and Chad Vaccarino teamed up with Christina Aguilera on their latest single “Say Something,” they were making the rounds in small venues throughout New York. Axel met Vaccarino while both attended New York University and they began penning songs together. When Axel broke out as a solo artist, he and Vaccarino remained songwriting partners. Read more at Radio.com.

Katy Perry – “Unconditionally”

Katy Perry‘s latest video for “Unconditionally” marks new territory for the singer. Gone are the whipped cream bras and firework displays. Instead, it’s Perry at her most classical. Read more at Radio.com.

Mayor Rob Ford Knocks Over Councillor

During a Motion of Debate, embattled powerless Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Knocks over city councillor Pam McConnell just before catching her.

LeAnn Rimes Tries To Sing Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean

During her concert in Taipei, singer LeAnn Rimes tried to sing Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean and had some issues.

Police Fire On Minivan Full of Kids

Watch “disturbing, puzzling” video of a traffic stop turned into a shooting; 2 N.M. police officers investigated.

Rapper George Watsk Stage Dive Goes Horribly Wrong

The Vans Warped Tour was shut down after rapper George Watsky’s 12-metre stage jump went 12 meter stage dive goes horribly wrong…

Wedding Couple Recreates “Dirty Dancing” At Their Wedding

Meet Terra and Drake. They enjoy time at the cabin, running around the lakes, drinking wine on roof top patios, and they really like to dance. Before they got hitched, Terra and Drake worked on a surprise dance to perform on the big day. If you’ve ever seen Dirty Dancing, you might wonder why they weren’t tapped to be in the remake. More at Amp 98.7 radio.

Twin Baby Bath

The Baby Spa is a new bathing approach. It was invented by Sonia Rochel, new born nurse (in Paris). It is the result of many years of observation and reflection. The video shows some marking moments of this caress-bathing : it actually lasts from 10 to 15 minutes. This bath is reserved for very small ones (up to about the age of 2 months). It is a real care, given by the specialized nurse who settled it. Nobody else uses this specific approach. Parents, beware : do not try to reproduce it!

Barrel Roll 360 Official Video

Adrian “Wildman” Cenni completes the first ever ground to ground 360° barrel roll in a 4 wheel vehicle. Stunt was performed on November 14th in Ensenada, Mexico during the SCORE-International Baja 1000 contingency in the wash.

Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) on “Breaking Bad” (credit: AMC/CBS News)

Breaking Bad – Alternate Ending

A DVD extra for the acclaimed series spoofs a much-joked-about Walter White theory — is he really Hal from “Malcolm in the Middle”?, reports CBSNews.com. The ending surfaced online over the past weekend, only to be pulled off YouTube by Sony. If you didn’t get to see it, or want to watch again, you may find it here.

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