Kayla told Newsweek they took their dog, Milo, to the Jones Beach Light show in Long Island, New York, as a puppy last year and "he loved it" so had to come back.
The employee had reportedly been off work for nearly nine months when the videos were discovered.
The actress joked about the Sydney Morning Herald at the 2022 AACTA Awards on Wednesday.
"I love hairless cats, but this might be the funniest video ever," wrote one TikTok user, while another commented, "Say sorry to him right now."
Emhoff, who has modeled for Balenciaga, became a talking point on social media following criticism of the luxury fashion brand's ad campaigns.
As guilty as the pup in the latest viral TikTok video may have appeared, can dogs feel guilt?
This mom-of-one spent $80 on the impressive edible cheese tree that has wowed over 19 million people on TikTok.
"I wondered if I could see them on my own eyelashes, so I plucked a few out and looked at the roots," @gud_morning_dave, who posted the video, told Newsweek.
"You need to brake if necessary, it warns you on the screen," one user said.
Portugal sat the world-famous star during its victory over Switzerland in the FIFA World Cup on Tuesday.
The footage captured by a night-vision camera in a pitch-black living room has been watched 3 million times.
Ashley Spielmann told Newsweek she hopes her mini schnauzer's dye job sparks a trend of "colored Grinch pets everywhere."
"Life is brutal, I don't want to get old," wrote one TikToker of the video showing how the classmates changed, but another posted, "girls aged like fine wine."
"What a sweet face and he's sooo floofy! I want to hug him!" said one commenter on the viral image.
The "GMA3: What You Need to Know" co-host said in a resurfaced interview that Andrew Shue and his wife, Amy Robach are "two of my favorite people."
As illogical as the dog in the latest viral TikTok video may have seemed to be, do some dogs lack common sense?
"They play together, sleep together and eat together," the owner told Newsweek.
Ilya Denisov told Newsweek "irony" plays a key role in his reimagined logos for the likes of KFC and Twitter.
"We started letting him take the blankie with him on walks, and it really seemed to help," Myko's owner told Newsweek.
The "Selling Sunset" star posted a string of tweets slamming the event organizers over allegations she was barred from attending with musician partner G Flip.
Dog owner Megan Quinn got a surprise after receiving the professional photos of her dog at a competition.
"I'm against children in photographs with teddy bears in S&M gear. There you go," said O'Donnell on TikTok.
In this exclusive Newsweek essay, Kathy Griffin talks Trump, Twitter, cancel culture and celebrity salons.
A U.K. tabloid has apparently gotten fans' hopes up, as the creator of the beloved Christmas movie denies a report that a sequel is in the works.
Private chef Brooke Baevsky tells Newsweek about cooking for some of the world's wealthiest clients.
The Urban Explorer told Newsweek: "They have left computer carts still loaded with 200 to 300 Chromebooks."
"Probably the first PowerPoint I paid attention to from start to finish," said one TikTok user.
"That's not a pet it's a chaos demon." one TikToker wrote, while another commented: "why do you have Anthony Hopkins as a pet?"
A man went viral showing how he cooks dinner as Ukraine continues to experience blackouts.