Gangnam style travels across the world and a dress from "Wizard of Oz" sells for one large hunk of cash. Here's Monday's edition of "Over the Edge".
Tens of thousands of people taking to Rome's central square on Sunday to take part in a 'Gangnam Style' flash mob. The dance to the South Korean rapper Psy's hit song was organized by a group of event planners. The dancing attracted the attention of the traditional Sunday afternoon strollers on the main shopping street. "Gangnam Style" has been at the top of the Italian charts in the last few weeks and Psy's dance moves have become very popular in Italy.
Judy Garland's iconic blue dress from "The Wizard of Oz" has a new home and it cost a pretty penny. An auction house in Beverly Hills, California says it sold for $480,000 this weekend. No word if Dorothy's dress will be reunited with her ruby slippers. Someone also shelled out more than $33,000 for publicity images tied to the classic film. Other bits of old Hollywood were also auctioned off, including one of Marilyn Monroe's skirts, and a dress worn in "The Sound of Music".
Chefs in Switzerland assembled a dessert to satisfy any sweet tooth. They spent three hours sunday creating the world's longest cream cake, measuring about 4,000 feet long. That's nearly a quarter mile of sugar, flour and cream. Officials from Guinness World Records certified the cake as the longest-ever. It beats a 1992 record set in Belgium. Here's the best part, the cake was sold, piece by piece, with proceeds benefitting breast cancer research.