Later that same day, Asha returned with Drew and his girlfriend to attempt a summer-themed record for the Most lemons caught blindfolded in 30 seconds! This record requires the two attemptees to work together, and use communication skills in order to beat the minimum of 27 lemons! At the end of this broadcast, Drew’s girlfriend attempts the title for the Fastest time to peel and slice a pineapple resulting in some very tasty leftovers. To get some tips from these hysterical participants, take a look at the video.
On Tuesday our Facebook Live team showcased an especially pricey record in New York, for the world’s Most expensive omelette. Host Claire meets with Chef Emile at the Le Parker Meridian Hotel to give our audience a look into how to make the one and only “Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata”. Featuring hefty chunks of lobster, a special whiskey creme sauce, six eggs and loads of caviar, this over-the-top breakfast is served up for a price of $2,000. To see an exclusive recipe video of a unique record-breaking dish, watch the video below.
Later that day Claire met with gymnast Eve Stein, a teen who aims to inspire women everywhere to achieve their fitness goals! Eve and her trainer interviewed with Claire at her Brooklyn gymnasium where they practice on the regular. For this segment, Eve decides to attempt the record for the Most pull ups in one minute (female) to empower girls all over the world. The young teenage gymnast has the pressure of beating the current record of 30 pull ups – which is quite difficult. Eve only has three attempts to successfully achieve a new title, and she uses two nearly tying the current record. To find out if she made it, check out the video!
We continued the week in Manhattan, this time featuring a decadent record title for the Most expensive chocolate. This particular record focuses on the individual chocolate piece itself, which happens to cost a whopping $250 a piece. For this broadcast host Claire meets with Danish artisan chocolatier Fritz Knipschildt, who created the record holding “La Madeline au Truffe”. He walks us through precisely what ingredients make such a lavish chunk of chocolatey goodness. To find out how it’s done, click below!
This week ended in London, with a speedy Facebook Live broadcast featuring the world’s Fastest talker. Sean Shannon is known for his impressive ability to recite Hamlet’s famous soliloquy, “To be or not to be” which consists of 260 words in just a matter of 23.8 seconds. He has held his record title since 1995, and has kept his skills sharp since first achieving his record. To see them in action, take a look at the video below.