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Devin Supertramp films a water slide off a cliff in Utah

Some big names in the Utah YouTube scene have released videos this week. Fans have been anxiously waiting to see these stunts, some of which have been weeks in the making.

Claire Crosby and her dad, Dave Crosby, were once again on “The Ellen Show.” This time, they sang the Disney classic “You’ll be in my Heart” from the movie “Tarzan.”

In the video below, Lindsey Stirling’s alter-ego, Phelba, narrowly escaped a kiss as she was promoting her YouTube Red movie on the sidewalk. Stirling also filmed a music video for her song, “Lost Girls” from her “Brave Enough” album last week.

Devin Graham, who is best known for his YouTube channel name Devin Supertramp, released this video of a water slide off a 500-foot cliff. That activity, and the video below, are not for the faint of heart.

The Piano Guys released a new video with Steven Sharp Nelson playing looping cello snippets on different types of cellos. It is gaining traction quickly, as fans have waited over six months since the Piano Guys released their last music video.

Bells on Temple Square performed "Be thou my Vision," an Irish melody, which was arranged by Laura Page.

Jenny Oaks Baker released a song, titled “Awake,” for the film “Love, Kennedy,” which will be released June 2.

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir's Facebook accounted posted a video of Sting, the well-known English musician and songwriter, talking about his performance with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in an interview. "I've never heard human beings sound this way," Sting said in the video.

Sting Praises the Choir

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Posted by Mormon Tabernacle Choir on Tuesday, May 9, 2017

The Gardiner Sisters released a new music video Friday, a medley of “Let it Be,” from the Beatles, and “The Scientist,” from Coldplay.

Working with Lemons has become popular for filming "real life" versions of scenes from popular movies like Disney's "Moana," "Frozen" and "Beauty and the Beast." This time, they've released a "real life" version of a song from "Hamilton."

Five BYU students are famous in the Philippines for their videos of the “Hey Joe Show.” The video description reads, “The Hey Joe Show members Connor Peck, Sumner Mahaffey, Tylan Glines, Jacob Mingus, and Davis Blount, are instantly recognized in the Philippines where they routinely pose for selfies and draw crowds. Hey Joe Show has more than 800,000 Facebook followers and more than 50 million video views. Thousands of smiling (and screaming) fans showed up for their 2015 and 2016 Filipino tours.”

UTubers is a feature that highlights YouTube videos created by people with ties to Utah