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The erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey is creating major buzz lately after the movie rights were optioned, sparking speculation over who will play its sexy leads.

Its content is so racy - often described as "mommy porn" - that it's hard to imagine Fifty Shades on film ... or even as an audiobook. Especially after this.

If you've read it, you know how awkward it would be to read some of the salacious scenes aloud. Which is why Ellen DeGeneres decided to demonstrate this.

The premise of this hilarious skit is that Ellen was asked to record the audiobook version of EL James' work. It starts out in familiar territory, but after that ...

Several big names, including Ian Somerhalder, have been rumored for the film, which has not yet cast leads for what will undoubtedly be highly sought-after roles.

Tell us who should play Christian and Anastasia by voting below ...

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A bear can be seen falling from a tree in a truly memorable image after being tranquilized by police in Boulder, Co., this week. Fortunately, he's doing fine.

The young bear, estimated to weigh between 150-200 pounds, had somehow wandered onto the University of Colorado campus and climbed into a tree.

While it's never funny that an animal has to be tranquilized, all ended well. He landed safely on a mattress and was released into the wild when he woke up:

Falling Bear

"[The bear] was tranquilized by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department and it fell onto some mats that the Rec Center provided," CU Police said.

"It was placed in a cage, relocated at a higher elevation and released."

Before it was tranquilized and immortalized in this photo, the bear spent about two hours in a tree near the campus dorms, terrifying students.

On Tuesday, another family of black bears made the news, literally, after wandering onto the set and interrupting a news report in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

The University of Colorado was also in the news for another viral story this week, after this tipsy member of the student body hilariously posed with President Obama.

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We are very sorry, Jessica Sanchez. But your version of "Bohemian Rhapsody" was only the second best we've heard this week.

That's because the video of a father and his three adorable children has gone viral in which the family rocks out to this Queen hit as if they were characters in Wayne's World.

It's apparently a morning tradition for the quartet, which makes its drive to school as enjoyable as human possible everyday. Sorry, other dads around the world, but this guy is setting the bar awfully high. Watch now:

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Everyone's favorite dynamic British little kid YouTube duo is back, baby!

Young Sophia Grace Brownlee and Rosie McClelland returned to The Ellen DeGeneres Show Wednesday, armed with a new Nicki Minaj song to cover.

Before singing Nicki's newest single, "Starships," Sophia Grace, 8, and Rosie, 5, revealed that Britney Spears and Justin Bieber are fans on Twitter.

Not shabby in the follower department. Or the singing department. These youngsters really can carry a pop hit and turn it into a viral sensation:

For more Sophia Grace, Rosie and Nicki, follow these links to watch them perform "Moment 4 Life" and the song that put them all on the map, "Super Bass."

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Are you a hot girl who would love to travel the world, but just don't have the money right now? Well, Miss Travel, welcome to your dream scenario!

The site we linked to above, which is hilariously (and frighteningly) real, offers attractive women a chance to serve as a traveling companion. For free!

There are just tons of rich, handsome, successful guys looking for a girl to shower with affection and spend all their money on in a foreign country ... while likely demanding continuous sexual favors. Hey, everything has a price.

Pros: See the world on the cheap. Cons: Risk your life.

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The Boston Celtics' Kevin Garnett interrupted a live broadcast before Tuesday night's game against the Miami Heat, creeping menacingly behind a pair of reporters.

The gregarious seven-foot forward did not play in the game, during which both teams largely sat their stars in preparation for the upcoming NBA playoffs.

That probably explains the comedic moment from the future Hall of Famer, who's normally in such an intense zone before games that it borders on scary.

This was still a little scary, but you get the point. Watch KG insert himself into the pregame chatter and see the reaction be receives from the announcers ...

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University of Colorado student Madalyn Starkey posed for a photo with the President of the United States the other day ... possibly after a few too many drinks.

Traveling through Colorado Tuesday, Obama stopped in at a local pub known as The Sink, where the POTUS met many college students, including Starkey.

In the pic, Obama is grinning with his arm around her as the self-described "Professional Student" points her finger at the president in seeming disbelief:

Obama and College Student

Amid hundreds of shares and re-tweets, Starkey has been having fun with all the attention, saying "Woo, never knew a tweet could blow up like that. Neat!"

"Bet you wish you had taken me to prom now, huh?" she Tweeted at one follower.

The pic has taken off on social media sites like Instagram and Twitter ... almost as much as Obama slow jamming the news with Jimmy Fallon on Late Night.

Political views aside, needless to say, the Prez is the king of cool. Who wouldn't want to pose for a drunk photo with the guy and post it on Twitter?

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Watching this guy take batting practice is a sight to behold.

A more than likely fake sight, but nevertheless, very cool!

Watch as he sets up a series of nets so that after hitting one ball, it ricochets back and lets him take another cut, which he ropes into the same spot, and so on. Add in another ball or two and you've got one impressive display of hitting. Or at least viral video fun.

The shortstop would catch all these easily in real life. Just saying.

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A video of a frog sitting on a bench as a human would has become all the rage online. It sort of speaks for itself. Is he waiting for a bus? Taking a lunch break? Contemplating his place in the universe? It's all very much unclear.

According to reports, the clip was shot serendipitously and wasn't staged. Moments after the video ended, the un-coerced critter jumped off the bench and hopped away into the water, where it hopefully found whatever it sought in life.

Enjoy the 43 seconds of weird awesomeness below:

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President Barack Obama appeared on NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon early this morning, taking part in the show's running bit called "slow jamming the news."

If you haven't seen it, the segment's name speaks for itself.

In front of a live college audience at the University of North Carolina, Obama talked about student loans while Fallon's house band the Roots jammed on a slow, sensual R&B beat, making the topic seem sexier than you ever thought possible:

With the rhythmic tunes accompanying him, Obama said, "What we said is simple: Now is not the time to make school more expensive for our young people."

Fallon then added (in his best Barry White voice), "Awww, yeah. You should listen to the president. Or as I like to call him, the Preezy of the United Steezy."

"Things are heating up inside Congress' chambers behind those closed doors."

We don't even know what that means, but the "POTUS with the most-est" needs to bring the Roots with him and deliver campaign speeches this way more often.

Mitt Romney wouldn't stand a chance.

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