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Must-watch videos of the week

   Updated 9:04 AM ET, Fri May 15, 2020

   (CNN) - A skateboarding prodigy makes history, mesmerizing destruction in Germany, and a star actor's interview is crashed by his daughter. These are the must-see videos of the week.

   Spinning into the record books

   Meet 11-year-old skateboarder Gui Khury, who is putting all of our accomplishments to shame by becoming the first person to land a 1080-degree trick on a vertical ramp. The skating whiz kid also landed his first 900-degree trick when he was just 8. Tony Hawk better watch his back.

   Dazzling demolition

   If you're anything like me, then you will watch the video above on a loop on repeat. Controlled blasts bring down two cooling towers in Germany as part of the country's effort to close all nuclear power plants by 2022.

   Unwanted house guests

   Murder hornets are so last week. One Georgia man was shocked to find around 100,000 bees dwelling in the ceiling of his recently purchased home. The squatters were removed with a custom made bee vacuum and relocated to a new hive.

   Surprise cameo

   Television history is filled with examples of children crashing their parents' interviews, and Adam Sandler's daughter Sunny continued the tradition with an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Sunny describes a minor grooming accident involving her father, and Adam reveals how he is coping with life during the coronavirus pandemic.

   Deep sea find

   Researchers have uncovered an "unsinkable" battleship over 14,000 feet under the sea. The USS Nevada, which served in both World Wars, was located near Pearl Harbor. The ship was involved in the D-Day landings, and survived two nuclear blast tests. It was finally sunk by a torpedo in 1948 while it was being used as target practice.

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