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Hilarious Moment Pia Wurtzbach Made Sure Steve Harvey Won’t Repeat His Mistake

Well, that was awkward – and downright funny!






The 2015 Miss Universe coronation night was definitely a controversial one to remember after host Steve Harvey mistakenly announced the winner to be Ms. Ariadna Gutierrez of Colombia instead of Ms. Pia Wurtzbach of Philippines. But that didn’t stop the 2016 Miss Universe organizers from inviting Harvey to host the pageant once again.

During the opening of the 2016 Miss Universe coronation night, the comedian made sure that everyone remembered that event last year and addressed the matter first and foremost.

Harvey said:

“All right, let’s get it out of the way. I know what you’re thinking: ‘Is that the guy from last year? Did they bring back that guy from last year?’ Well, they did. It’s me. I’m back. Been a long year getting here too, cause boy, I paid the price for last year.”

Steve Harvey announced the wrong Miss Universe 2015 winner.

Source: FOX

Of course, all is forgiven and former Miss Universe, Pia Wurtzbach, even showed that she bears no ill feelings against the host. She even told Harvey how she never got to say her thanks after making her “the most popular Miss Universe.” When Harvey was handed the card that had the name of the 2016 winner on it, it took long for him to say the name. It was obvious that he was being careful not to repeat the same mistake.

Just then, Wurtzbach went up the stage to help him out a bit by giving him a large, thick pair of reading glasses. Everyone laughed at the gesture but also at Harvey, who was seen nervously receiving the glasses and putting them on. That moment only proved that the past is behind, everyone has moved on and there was no tension between Harvey and Wurtzbach.

Get to watch the funny moment all over again in the video below.

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Finally, Steve Harvey got it right this time and everyone was ecstatic that Ms. France’s Iris Mittenaere was crowned as Miss Universe 2016.

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23 of the Funniest and Wittiest Replies to Wrong Number Text Messages

OMG these are too hilarious! #17 is my favorite!

Mark Andrew



Paraphrasing a classic quote, there are four things we can never get back in life – the stone after it is thrown, the word after it is said, the deed after it is done, and, of course, the text message after it is sent!

I guess it would be safe to say that everyone has received wrong number text messages one way or another. For the most part, many of us may have simply ignored the said messages and moved on with our lives, leaving the texter wondering why the person they texted never bothered to reply.

The people you will see below, however, took the time to respond to mistaken messages in very hilarious ways. Believe me – I spent minutes laughing as I read these!

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14 Times Kids Hilariously Took Things Too Literally

Can kids get any more clever than this?




It is a delight to have children around. Their sweetness, wits, and antics never fail to amuse us. However, no matter how lovable and adorable kids are, they still drive us crazy sometimes, especially when we give them instructions and they decide to take things a tad bit too literally.

As parents, we just can't help but laugh and be amazed at how mentally bright these kids are. Sometimes, we even see ourselves in them, seeing how similar they are to us when we were kids. So we guess we really can't blame them if they grow into clever, sassy, and sagacious adults. We gave them those genes, didn't we?

Here is a compilation of a few photos that show how some smart kids took things too literally (and sometimes, have things go their way).

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‘Rings’ Movie Prank Scares The Hell Out Of Customers at a TV Store

Hilarious scenes ensue when store customers get shocked by a prank set up in time for the horror movie’s release.

Faye Williams



There are horror movies that are sure to remain favorites of fans around the world. One of these iconic scary flicks is the Ring franchise. We also can't deny the fact that this scary movie inspires a lot of hilarious pranks.

The first Ring movie was released in Japan on January 31, 1998. It's based on the mystery horror novel written by Koji Suzuki which was first published in 1991. The tale features an urban legend involving a videotape, which is believed to be cursed. People die after watching it.

This has become an iconic horror film scene.

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