Considering that Grand Rapids, Michigan is one of America's hotspots for slick production values, we're somewhat surprised by the poor panning work displayed in this Fox 17 Morning News excerpt. Hey Camera Person, you're supposed to train the camera on the lady who's talking about the gas lines or whatever, not the two anchors who are just sitting there in silence, clutching their mugs full of
vodka Nescafe. For our amusement, anchorman Mike Avery responds to the mishap by making a bunch of exaggerated facial expressions that are not only fun to imitate but possibly indicative of a past career in silent movie acting.
Back in May, the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan got back at Newsweek for putting it on a list of "dying cities" with a giant, single-take lip dub video. Now the fine old folks at Clark Retirement Community in East Grand Rapids—in conjunction with Grand Valley State University—have just released a new single-take lip dub, set this time to Michael Bublé's "Feeling Good." After watching it, we bet you'll feel good, too.