World’s Funniest Fails: Terry Crews Picks His Four Favorite Videos

Terry Crews
World's Funniest Fails host Terry Crews picked his favorite clips from the new episode  Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

One man's #FAIL is another man's favorite video! Fox took schadenfreude to riotous new levels with its new show World's Funniest Fails, which showcases the best, most viral "epic fail" videos online, with commentary from a panel of celebrity guests and host Terry Crews.

In advance of the new episode on Friday, Feb. 6, Crews chose his favorite videos of the week and told Us Weekly why he thinks they're so hilarious. Check out his picks below!

"Poor Sport"

"The kid dancing is the best part of this video," the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star tells Us. "When they showed the scoreboard, it made this video even funnier. Our guest host's comment, 'He's celebrating because it might have been the first time he ever scored anywhere anytime,' got a big laugh from our crowd. It was hilarious."

"Shampoo Prank"

"It made me laugh because the boy just gets more and more frustrated when his friend adds more shampoo," Crews shares. "Also, his friend's reaction is hilarious."

"Curling Iron Girl"

"My heart broke when I saw this video!" Crews tells Us. "Her reaction was priceless when she saw her hair attached to the curling iron. Thank goodness this could never happen to me!"

"Happy Time"

"I have never seen a kid get so happy from receiving a banana!" Crews quips. "His naive reaction was the greatest part of this video. If only everyone had this reaction to eating bananas."

World's Funniest Fails airs on Fridays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.

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