One of the things that I've always loved about the very idea of America's Next Top Model is that as a reality show about the modeling industry, it is essentially a fun-house mirror held up to another fun-house mirror. The resulting distortion of the way the world really works is absurd (and the fact that next cycle will be something meta as an "all-stars" edition means that we're adding yet another mirror to the chain -- a reality show surveying a reality show surveying the modeling industry -- and that promises to be so futile and ridiculous that I don't think I'll be able to restrain myself from writing about it in some capacity).
Anyway, that mirror/mirror/mirror effect is going on in this child's karaoke-style style performance of DC Talk's "Nu Thang," in which the Christian hip-hop-ish collective's divine wackness is filtered through the inherent wackness of a prepubescent child. This is way too special for me to just file away in the lefthand gutter of this blog under "My Hero" -- at last, someone on Earth has the capacity to make DC Talk look cool by comparison. A momentous occasion! (via Paul M., and America's Next Top Tumblr, Christian Nightmares)