BYUtv’s “Studio C” shows how life after kids is just never the same and Devin Graham highlights stunt fails in this week’s UTubers.
In “Studio C's" first video of the week, one girl goes to lunch with her married female friends who have recently had children. When she starts talking about losing weight or being tired, the mad mamas break into jealousy mode. “I eat a strict paleo diet and I still look like mashed potatoes that haven’t been whipped yet,” one mama says. "You’re SO lucky.”
One guy desperately tries to talk to a girl reading a book in a study room in this next "Studio C" sketch. Though he manages to disrupt everyone else around, he just can’t seem to hold her attention long enough to have a successful conversation.
Believe it or not, not all of Devin Graham's crazy stunts are mastered on the first try. This week Graham's team released a compilation of its biggest fails from 2015 to 2018. Watch people fall off buildings and out of cars and miss the landings of some out-of-control flips as they attempt their most-daring stunts. You know what they say: Practice makes perfect.
One Voice Children’s Choir’s Lyza Bull stars in a “Greatest Showman” mashup arranged by McKay Crockett, director of BYU Vocal Point. Lyza’s 5-year-old sister begins the video with a “Million Dreams” intro, and then Lyza breaks into a routine with The Dance Club.
One Voice Children’s Choir also released a lyric video for “Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep,” a song of hope for those dealing with the loss of a loved one. “I am not there, I do not sleep,” the children sing, as the lyrics describe how those who have passed can be found in nature’s simple beauties.
In this next video, violinist Rob Landes plays “Titanium” on a titanium violin. Pay close attention to the end of the video when he hints about the next song he’s working on.
Stuart Edge released his sixth episode from the Big Apple with “This Is Me” from “The Greatest Showman.” Watch as he rises above criticism and rediscovers himself in the streets of New York City while dancing with strangers.
The vocalists from GENTRI are also chasing their dreams in New York City with a cover of “A Million Dreams.”
Jason Lyle Black, also known as “The Backwards Piano Man,” released a live performance of “Jungle Book Disney Medley” from a show in Snowflake, Arizona, in January. At the end of the video, he introduces his new Disney medley piano sheet music book and piano-themed watches, ties and wristbands.
Working with Lemons covers “Journey to the Past” from the new Broadway musical “Anastasia” in their latest. Watch as the lead soloist sings and dances through the wintry forest and befriends a cute puppy as she brings the music to life.
Ready for another blast from the past? "America’s Got Talent" finalist Evie Clair published a video of her singing “Arms” by Christina Perri when she was just 7 years old.