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What's trending today: Arnold's gym prank & CandyBands

Arnold Schwarzenegger pranked Gold's Gym members for a good cause and it's awesome (Photo from YouTube). Arnold Schwarzenegger pranked Gold's Gym members for a good cause and it's awesome (Photo from YouTube).
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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.

Arnold Schwarzenegger pranks Gold's Gym members for a good cause

Gold's Gym in Venice, California let Arnold Schwarzenegger prank the members. In disguise as "Howard," he walks around the gym providing some fitness tips. A few recognize him, but most don't know what to do and just nervously chuckle. The fun prank was an effort to raise awareness and money for the After-School All-Stars, a nationwide program that provides free mentorship, homework help, tutoring and fun activities to students from low-income families.

Watch the Gold's Gym prank here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LUv3kbmNfg#t=73

This 8-year-old needs to win India's Got Talent

An AMAZINGLY awesome 8-year-old dancer on India's Got Talent was trending on Facebook Wednesday morning. His name is Akshat Singh, and he's so good, the other contestants might as well quit now. Watch his entire performance here (Be warned, some viewers may find it slightly inappropriate at times): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPwwqY8ATQI

WhatsApp doubles its users in 10 months

The mobile app 'WhatsApp' lets you send messages, pictures and video to people in other countries. The CEO announced Monday it now has 430 million active users, Mashable reports. Compared to 200 million in April 2013, the number of users has more than doubled in less than a year.

Tweet your best #CandyBands

Combine band names with candy names and you get #CandyBands, a national trend on Twitter Wednesday morning. The result are clever tweets like, "30 Seconds to Mars Bars" and "Swedish Fish Mafia." Comedy Central's late-night game show @midnight started it. So blame them.

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