Todd conducted a nose flute orchestra of 434 people through a rendition of Jesus Loves Me, Amazing Grace and the Doxology.
Staff and students at the Collège Saint-Bernard de Drummondville in Quebec, Canada performed the You're Gonna Miss Me Cup Rhythm. In total, 1,500 people participated in the attempt.
Ben and his friends sang Savage Garden's Truly Madly Deeply with an Irish accent for one minute, 30.94 seconds.
Aten Williams performed a freestyle rap non-stop for 17 hours. Watch his entire record attempt here.
Kathleen Meshginpoosh stood on her head and sang The Ballad of
Gilligan’s Isle for one minute, 31.28 seconds. While setting the
record, she intermittently blew bubbles through an egg shell.
Dozens ofJetBlue‘Nonstop Nonstops’ world record event attendees
participated in a marathon flight-themed karaoke session that lasted
from 10AM to 2PM. Every song sung related to flight and airplanes.
The record was set on Thursday June 10, 2010 at the JetBlue
‘Nonstop Nonstops’ World Record Event in Boston’s Copley Square, held in
John Vinton remained completely silent for two minutes and 40.12 seconds
while dressed as a knight.
Jessica Delfino played a song on her rape whistle for one minute,
12.31 seconds during a stop on the RecordSetter book tour.
She set the record at powerHouse Books in Brooklyn, NY during a
RecordSetter LIVE! event. RecordSetter founders Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson presided over the attempt.
Jack McRobert balanced a golf club on his chin for 30.10 seconds while playing "Imagine" on his keyboard.
Zhen C. balanced on a casterboard for one minute, 30.06 seconds while singing and playing a ukulele.
Adam's friend brushed his teeth for one minute, 18.00 seconds while humming "The Alphabet Song".
Eli spun a vinyl record on his finger for one minute, 17.03 seconds while listening to Ignorance by Paramore.
Doug McManaman balanced a pole that held a 3 x 5.5 foot American
Flag on his chin for 58.38 seconds while listening to Lee
Greenwood’s God Bless the USA.
Doug McManaman balanced anAustralian flag on his chin for 54.65
seconds while listening to Australia’s national anthem, "Advance
Doug McManaman balanced a pole that held a 3 x 5.5 foot Canadian
flagon his chin for 45.66 seconds while listening to Lee
Greenwood’s God Bless Canada.
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