And now, we leave you with a little stop-motion history lesson to close out the night.
Kina Grannis's new music video features stop motion animation work with over two hundred and fifty thousand jelly beans, taking a team of 30 people over 22 months to make.
You know, no big deal or anything.
Oh, no worries, it's just Betty White in a music video promoting a life insurance/senior well-being program. Oh, and portions of the song's profits will go towards helping out Zoos in Los Angeles.
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