Hugh Hefner as Robin Thicke is one of PIX’s 11 Picks of the Day

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Happy Monday! Here are 11 cool things that have us talking today in the PIX11 newsroom!

1. Hooray for Hollywood! There’s no movie theme song the Ohio State Marching band can’t perform!

2. “Light Goes On” is a one-minute spooktacular video that took one year to make. See what this stop-motion guru did with 700 light-painted frames.

3. Who wore it better? Our favorite Halloween costume this year is … Miley Cyrus at the Video Music Awards!


Hugh Hefner and his wife Crystal Harris dressed as Miley Cyrus & Robin Thicke


Paris Hilton channels her inner Miley Cyrus (Via


Joan Rivers really went over the top with her Miley costume! VIA Twitter

4. ‘No Woman No Drive’ The clever spinoff of Bob Marley’s ‘No Woman No Cry’ is used to protest the driving ban placed on women in Saudi Arabia.

5. One dad really nails it when it comes to Halloween. Every year Reddit user SpamDog_of_War posts amazing photos of his kids in their costumes. This year may be the best yet!


To Neverland and beyond! (Via Spamdog)

6. Keeping with the spirit of Halloween, ever see a Triceratops made entirely of pumpkins!? Now you have


Click on this photo to see more!

7. Speaking of pumpkins … want to carve a pumpkin in the most non-traditional way? This eccentric old man has a few tips for you.

8. This adorable little girl teaches you everything you need to know about flirting, in only 7 seconds.

9. Morrissey posts touching tribute to the late Lou Reed.

10. Britney Spears recites the opening lines to Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ —  and it is adorable

11. The newly discovered “Star Wars’ blooper reel that will leave you smiling from ear to ear.

(note the sound does not come in on the first few clips because the original sound wasn’t there)

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