WWII plane fly-past honors Captain Tom Moore at funeral
The coffin of Captain Sir Tom Moore is carried by members of the Armed Forces during his funeral, at Bedford Crematorium, in Bedford, England, Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021. Tom Moore, the 100-year-old World War II veteran who captivated the British public in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic with his fundraising efforts died, Tuesday Feb. 2, 2021. (Joe Giddens/Pool Photo via AP)LONDON – Church bells rang out and a World War II-era plane flew Saturday over the funeral service of Captain Tom Moore to honor of the veteran who single-handedly raised millions of pounds for Britain's health workers by walking laps in his backyard. Soldiers performed ceremonial duties at the private service for Moore, who died Feb. 2 at age 100 after testing positive for COVID-19. Singer Michael Bublé recorded a version of “Smile" for the funeral, and as requested by Moore, Frank Sinatra's “My Way” was played.
Watch Chrissy Teigen Surprise the 'Cheer' Cast While in a Bubble Bath
Chrissy Teigen is showing her love for Cheer! Clad in towels both around her body and in her hair, Teigen made cast members, including Gabi Butler, Morgan Simianer, Lexi Brumback and Monica Aldama, excitedly cheer for her as she was seen sitting in a bubble bath. Whitney Cummings, who was serving as a host of sorts for the chat, also asked Teigen to help pick what A-list actors would play the Cheer cast in a potential movie about the Navarro cheerleading squad. Michael Buble also stopped in, before avid Cheer fansAshton Kutcher and Mila Kunis joined the call. When ET caught up with fellow Cheer star Jerry Harris in January, he gushed about the support he and his teammates have received since the debut of the series.
Parents, proceed with caution: This Michael Buble video is a gut punch
Is it a coincidence, or not at all a coincidence, that this Michael Buble video is going viral -- right as school starts for so many children? At last check, the video had gotten more than 5.7 million views, and we can't decide what's more touching: the visuals shown in the video itself or the song. The video shows the transformation of a child's room -- from boxes to a nursery to a child's room back to boxes. The song starts lines, including, "First time I held you in my arms, I knew I'd love you all the way." Know any parents who need to see this sweet video?