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  • 'Skibidi': Why You Can't Help but Dance to the Insanely Catchy Song From Russian Band Little Big

    'Skibidi': Why You Can't Help but Dance to the Insanely Catchy Song From Russian Band Little Big

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    By Inside Edition StaffClick here to watch video. "Skibidi" — it's a word you can barely pronounce, but the viral hit from Russian band Little Big will certainly have you dancing.  Little Big's video for "Skibidi" was published on YouTube on Oct. 5 and it already has more than 28 million views. With a thumping beat and super catchy moves that involve punching across the body, you can't help but bop along. InsideEdition.com spoke to Tessa Lena, a Russian-born musician living in New ... 
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  • Astros Fan Says Interference Call During American League Championship Series Was Not His Fault

    Astros Fan Says Interference Call During American League Championship Series Was Not His Fault

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    By Inside Edition StaffClick here to watch video. Were the Houston Astros robbed of a two-run homer during Wednesday night's game against the Boston Red Sox? The fan blamed in the controversy doesn't believe he did anything wrong.  In the bottom of the first inning of Game 4 of the American League Championship Series, Astros second baseman Jose Altuve hit a fly ball toward the stands. Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts gave chase, and stretched his glove over the wall and into a cro... 
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