(FOX19) - While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.
Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.
Jimmy Fallon, Idina Menzel & The Roots sing "Let it Go"
Idina Menzel performed Frozen's Oscar-winning hit "Let It Go" on Monday's Tonight Show with a little help from Jimmy Fallon and The Roots. They covered the song using classroom instruments, including the xylophone, kazoo, tambourine, ukulele and keyboard harmonica.
It's amazing. Menzel will move on to her Broadway musical "If/Then," which begins performances this week.
On your phone? Watch the performance here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17QQcK4l6Yw#t=67
New Jersey student sues parents after they cut her off
High school senior Rachel Canning, 18, is suing her parents. She wants them to pay for her private-school tuition, college tuition, and living expenses. According to her father, Rachel was an "incredibly rebellious teen" who ran away from home because she didn't want to abide by her parents' rules.
The rules include being respectful, keeping a curfew, doing chores, and breaking up with a boyfriend who her parents feel is a bad influence, CBS News reports. According to Rachel, they gave her the option of dumping him or getting out.
The cheerleader and lacrosse player has been living at the home of a classmate, whose father, John Inglesino, is footing the bill for the lawsuit. Canning filed the suit last week and is scheduled to appear with her attorney at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Morristown Family Court.
According to the lawsuit, the teen is demanding that her parents pay a Morris Catholic tuition bill of $5,306 as well as $12,597 in legal fees. Canning has been accepted to several colleges and wants her parents to pay her secondary schooling costs as well.
Fake chef pranks morning news shows
Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival posed Prueher as a fake chef named Chef Keith, author of the book "Leftovers Right – Making A Winner of Last Night's Dinner." They attempted to get him booked on local morning news shows throughout the Midwest.
The result was five hilariously disastrous TV appearances. And we're just glad it wasn't us!
Watch here on your phone: www.foundfootagefest.com
Vote in our High School Hysteria Tournament!
You know you're in Cincinnati when someone asks where you went to high school before anything else. In honor of March Madness, we're putting Tri-State schools head-to-head in our High School Hysteria bracket.