The Vine science fair hosted by General Electric has been creating some buzz, and rightly so -- the entries ended up being as fascinating as everyone expected. Also this week: a quick White House Vine for the "I Have a Dream" speech anniversary, a Miley Cyrus autotune parody, and a series of fantastic kitty showdowns:
The Top 6 Vines of the Week, In Our Opinion:
Science with Gary! By Jordan Burt
While most of the other GE Vines were straight to the point, Jordan Burt decided to infuse his with a little comedy. The original copy, by Tee Ken Ng
This one's been all over Twitter, and for good reason. Some of the best Vines are the ones that make you continually wonder how it was done without the use of special effects. Singing to Ariel, by Cody Johns
Let's just say that, based on this Vine, The Little Mermaid has yet to find her Prince Eric. $WAGGIN ON STRAWBERRY CITRUS, by Trident Gum
Trident Gum got one of the most popular Viners out there and had him rap about their strawberry citrus flavor. Definitely a refreshing take on the usual gum ad. Vine has a new x-ray option!, by Ian Padgham
Ian Padgham's optical illusion has to be seen to be believed. Charmander is still waiting for @pokemon X/Y, by Khoa
Pokemon is releasing an exciting 3D game come October 12, and Khoa Phan chose to make his own 3D tribute to the franchise.
The Week in Celebrity Vines:
#dreamday TODAY getting ready to cover the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream Speech”, by Al Roker
The iconic speech was majorly trending on Twitter this week, and TODAY's contribution was especially intimate. You can have your version but this version’s mine, by Sunny Mabrey
While the rest of the internet was (and still is) poking fun at Miley's VMA performance, Sunny Mabrey created a pretty spot-on "autotune" parody of the ex-Disney star's summer hit. What the hell is this? by Sebastian Bach
Canadian heavy metal singer Sebastian Bach comes across some mysterious creature during his outdoor excursion.
And the Most Popular Vine of the Week Is...
There you have it, by Lil BUB
Lil Bub and Grumpy Cat dominate the internet cat scene (which is no small feat.) Now, they finally come face-to-face: