Pianist Henri Herbert from the band The Jim Jones Revue gave an awesome impromptu performance in the London's St. Pancras railway station.
Darcy Oake stunned the judges of Britain's Got Talent with his mind-blowing magic tricks involving doves.
Go to 1:30 if you want to skip the talking and see the act.
Paddy Jones, 79, and her younger partner Nico Espinosa surprise everybody by performing a mind-blowing salsa routine.
Here's a 15-min long compilation of people with incredible skills, doing various activities or simply doing their job in an incredible manner or amazingly fast.
British acrobatic group Circulus performs a pretty cool spectacle in an unused Victorian Sail factory in the heart of London’s east end.
It all began with a cup of coffee..
Russian students cover Tokyo Drift by Teriyaki Boyz using stuff they found in their kitchen.
He starts with Katy Perry then Nirvana, Queen, Michael Jackson, N'Sync, Iron Maiden, Jamiroquai, Pantera, Franck Sinatra, Metallica, Pavarotti, The Doors, Run DMC, Tech N9ne, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Slipknot, Louis Prima, Boyz II Men, Type 0 Negative and finally John Mayer.
Last Wednesday, sister Cristina Succia, 25, stunned the judges of Italy's The Voice by performing an amazing interpretation of Alicia Keys' 'No One'.
Girl shows what certain languages sound like to her with made-up sentences so even if you know French or Swedish languages, this won't make any sense to you.
It may all be gibberish but her accents are pretty good!
You should remember her from the video where she makes impressive diva impressions of 'Total Eclipse of The Heart'.
This time she covers 'Let It Go' from Disney's 'Frozen' as famous female vocalists like Idina Menzel, Demi Lovato, Britney Spears, Alanis Morissette, Celine Dion, Kristin Chenoweth, Adele, Julie Andrews, Barbara Streisand, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson and Liza Minnelli.
This 16-year-old Australian street drummer who goes by the name of Gordo has some really impressive skills.
Starts good but quickly turns insane!
Famous Internet baby Titus the basketball trick shot expert has some competition
This 2-year-old Australian boy started skateboarding when he was 6 months old. He already know some tricks...