Viral videos of the week: Mega

Will Cutbill stacks five M&M’s breaking Guinness World Record. Image via twitter @breakfasttv.

Viral videos of the week: Megan Fox, M&M world record and more [watch]

Watch a British civil engineer beat the Guinness World Record for the most stacked M&M’s, Megan Fox’s adorable kids ‘going cameo’ and more…

Viral videos of the week: Mega

Will Cutbill stacks five M&M’s breaking Guinness World Record. Image via twitter @breakfasttv.

From Megan Fox’s kids stealing the spotlight to a British civil engineer setting a Guinness World Record for stacking five M&M’s, here are the four must-watch videos of the week. 


American actress Megan Fox was in the middle of a live interview with Today to promote her upcoming film Till Death while her adorable kids attempted to sneak past the camera thinking they could not be seen. 

The 35-year-old actress and her estranged husband, actor Brian Austin Green have three boys together, 8-year-old Noah, 7-year-old Bodhi, and 4-year-old Journey. Fox is currently romantically tied to American rapper Machine Gun Kelly.

In the video Megan is seen telling her youngest son, Journey that he has to crawl not to be seen. 

“I’m in the house that we’re staying in for right now, this is the living room area and they all fell asleep on the couch last night watching a movie,” explains Fox.

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CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta fulfilled his lifelong dream by hosting American game show Jeopardy! The neurosurgeon is one of several guest hosts for Jeopardy since veteran host Alex Trebek passed away.

Jeopardy! has pledged to match contestants’ winnings and donate the sum to a charity of each guest hosts choice and Gupta selected a summer enrichment camp in his hometown, Odyssey Atlanta.


British civil engineer Will Cutbill broke the Guinness World Record for stacking the most M&Ms. To the surprise of many, he only stacked five. Four was the number to beat and five was all it took to put a Guinness World Record under his name. However, Cutbill says it is harder than it looks. 

“When I tell ’em it’s a whopping 5, they’re shocked. They want to give it a go, try to beat me. It’s harder than it looks,” said Cutbill to Wish TV


As the heatwave swept across North America, a mama bear and two baby bears can be seen taking a dive into a residential pool to cool-off in Canada.