21-year-old Pradip Khatiwada hosted The Second Generation, a TV talk show featuring world cyclists Puskar Shah, Rajendra Sapkota, and Rupak Khadka. The show was aired on the E-24 Channel, a popular entertainment channel in Nepal.
Dave Bettenunscrewed the cap off his plasticbottle 56 times while
listening to the theme song fromPerfect Strangers.
Doug McManaman balanced a 13-inch TV on his chin for two minutes, 47.66
NOTE: This record can be dangerous. Please have a spotter on hand.
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Paul Green hosted a late-night talk show that lasted one minute, 50.12 seconds.
Owen P. named 37 television show titles in one minute, replacing one word from each name with the word “horse.”
Aasna Singh hosted Youth & Development, a youth inspirational television show in Kathmandu, Nepal. She is 13 years old.
Tai Star balanced a set-up chess board on a TV tray on two fingers for one minute, 58.44 seconds.
Seventy-two people from Workman Publishing put on fake mustaches and
watched a live taping of Good Morning America on Thursday, November
10, 2011 in New York City.
The record was set in conjunction with the launch of the first ever
RecordSetter Book of World Records. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson
were on hand to witness the feat.
Check out all the photos from the event.
Doug McManaman balanced a 13-inch TV on two fingers and a thumb for two minutes, 35.06 seconds.
Santosh Shah, 28 years old, is an anchor for Powertalks, an English language political show in Nepal.
Read more about the feat here.
Nick Roy performed 31 impressions in one minute.
Some of the characters he impersonates while setting the record include Donald Duck, Yoda and Woody Woodpecker.
NOTE: This attempt contains adult language and therefore may not be suitable for some audiences.
Doug McManaman balanced a 13-inch TV on his non-dominant hand for six minutes, 49.60 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced a 13-inch TV on his hand for five minutes, 44.34 seconds.
Using a TV FlyBack (Accelerating Anode) from a CRT (Cathode Ray Tube TV), Darryl Learie electrocuted himself with 28.95 KV to light up a 15-watt fluorescent light for 21.7 seconds.
WARNING: This record is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals with medical assistance nearby.
JJ Morris, son of UK broadcaster Tim J. Morris, presented an on-screen car report on Nissan GTR for Boys With Toys series at age 12. He started producing TV car show episodes at the age of 8. Morris has had experienced flying an R44 helicopter, paintballing with full-sized tanks and test driving speed cars. See more of his videos here.
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