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Shakin' his ears to Flo Rida

Image Credit: YouTube
November 28, 2014 - 5:00 PM

Maybe four-year-old German shepherd Jaxan Rose is getting some help from the backseat, but who cares, it's cute.

The Marion, Indiana canine has become a YouTube star as his ears groove to Flo Rida's tune Low.

Also today on Trending Now, the guys from One Direction talk to Jimmy Kimmel about hanging with Johnny Depp, meeting royalty, screaming girls and fans’ moms. Seth Rogen thinks James Franco is weird but, as he tells David Letterman, not as weird as you think. Ellen and Elizabeth Banks did their best bird impressions on The Ellen Show. Jimmy Fallon chats with Katherine Heigl about her ranch full of more than 20 animals and her NBC drama State of Affairs. And, Russell Brand thinks voting is pointless and he explains why to Late Night's Seth Meyers.

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