Trending today: Jeff Gordon gets revenge on journalist, 'Dunkin Love' Beyonce parody

Jeff Gordon got revenge on an automotive journalist with a phony police chase, and he freaked out. I mean, really freaked out (YouTube/Pepsi).
Jeff Gordon got revenge on an automotive journalist with a phony police chase, and he freaked out. I mean, really freaked out (YouTube/Pepsi).

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Jeff Gordon gets revenge on journalist with phony police chase

Last year, Jeff Gordon and Pepsi Max posted a YouTube video that showed an incognito Gordon taking a car salesman for a NASCAR-like test drive. Many Internet cynics called shenanigans on it.

Well, Gordon and Pepsi Max wanted to revenge their Internet doubters. They brought Travis Okulski from the car blog Jalopnik down to Charlotte and said he would be test driving a new Corvette. Afterwards, Okulski got into the back of a cab driven by Gordon, who was playing an ex-con turned cab driver.

Police lights started flashing and Gordon took off in the cab. Okulski, sitting in the backseat, freaked out. I mean, really freaked out. Tightens seatbelt. Kicks the plastic divider. Screams.

Eventually, Gordon pulled the cab into a warehouse decorated with Pepsi Max banners. Okulski tweeted, "After the Pepsi prank, I had one of their execs ask me what my favorite drink was. I repeatedly said Rum and Coke." Read his account of the epic prank here.

On your phone? Watch the wild ride here:

Buckle Up Music Festival announces more acts

The new three-day Buckle Up Music Festival revealed three more acts on Friday: David Nail, Old Crow Medicine Show and Eric Paslay. Previously announced acts include Alabama, Willie Nelson, Eli Young Band, The Band Perry and J.T. Hodges. The full schedule and lineup will be released on Tuesday, March 11. From the organizers of Bunbury, Buckle Up will feature more than 80 country, folk, bluegrass, Americana and roots rock performers on July 18-20.

'Dunkin Love': The amazing Beyonce parody 

"Dunkin Love," a parody to Beyonce's "Drunk in Love," is the perfect video to waste 4 minutes watching. San Francisco actor Adrian Anchondo and his friend Reggie D. White turned the tipsy romance tune into an ode to donut joy.

Anchondo mimics Sasha Fierce's beach moves while holding a Box O' Joe and serenading sprinkled baked goods.

You have to admit, Dunkin Donuts is pretty amazing. Especially that coffee on ice, coffee on ice.

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