May 2011 viral videos

May viral videos

This month's crop of intensely watched Internet videos runs the gamut from the death announcement of America's public enemy No. 1 to one of the all-time funniest talking-dog spoofs. Savor and enjoy.

Angry nicotine kitten

This kitty is none too happy as its owners try to pry an unhealthy object away from its feline grip.

Beyoncé surprises students

Pop diva Beyoncé joins a New York City school's students in an exercise routine to help promote Michelle Obama's fitness campaign aimed at fighting childhood obesity.

Condoleezza Rice guests on '30 Rock'

Throughout the first season of "30 Rock" Jack Donaghy claimed to have dated former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. She finally appeared on the show this month and challenged Baldwin to a musical duel.

Dog plays fetch with statue

This dog can't understand why an inanimate object won't throw its stick. But you've got to admire the animal's determination.

Ellen DeGeneres' prank

Ellen DeGeneres is famous for pranking people on her comedy talk show. For Cinco de Mayo, she employed a hidden mariachi band to startle unaware tourists.

High-five for first kiss

First kisses don't get any cuter than this! Elliot, 5, and Bowie, 6, become the darlings of millions of YouTube viewers with this very special feel-good moment.

'Jersey floor'

Comedienne heavyweights Tina Fey and Amy Poehler spoof a popular reality series and get their "GTL" on with this late-night host.

First lady's dance moves

Michelle Obama shakes, shimmies and wobbles as she moves to the groove to promote her physical fitness campaign. The rapper who sang a song about the dance style was recently murdered.

Obama claims 'Lion King' birth

Barack Obama added some animation to what some called his stand-up routine at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner when he spoofed his own birth certificate debate by showing the opening scene from a Disney classic.

Trump gets mocked

Though it was all in jest, America's alpha male skewered "The Donald" as the White House Correspondents' Association dinner audience erupts in withering laughter.

Baseball fans react to bin Laden death

In the City of Brotherly Love, at a game between the Phillies and the New York Mets, fans reacted strongly to the news that Osama bin Laden had been killed.

Obama announces bin Laden's death

President Barack Obama proudly informs the nation that after a decade-long manhunt, al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden, who was responsible for the 9/11 attacks, has been found and killed.

Steve Carell's final bow

Actor Steve Carell's performance in his final episode of the popular TV series, "The Office"had people talking. The all-star season finale included this funny man, the show's creator and an eccentric actor.

Ultimate dog tease

What's funnier than a pretentious or nonsensical LOLcat? A sad, hungry and talking dog, apparently. Some animals don't need humans to do the talking for them.

Cartwheels after royal wedding

Gymnastics are not usually part of the ceremonies at London's  Westminster Abbey, but this priest needed to vent his joy after the recent royal wedding.

Will Ferrell reprises Bush

Will Ferrell reprises his role as George W. Bush to announce the death of another kind of terrorist.