By Brad Ferry, Strategic Partner Development

People are sharing and discovering videos on Facebook more than ever before. With this monthly series, we’ll be posting a round-up of some of the most popular and interesting videos posted by Pages on Facebook from the past month.

Here are the 10 standout videos from May:

Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande covered Crowded House’s 80s hit, “Don’t Dream It’s Over.” The video is part of the “Backyard Sessions” series to benefit Miley’s organization, The Happy Hippie Foundation, which aims to raise awareness for homeless youth, LGBT youth and other vulnerable populations.

The CW shared a teaser for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, an upcoming superhero spin-off of The CW’s Arrow and The Flash.

Mexican singer-songwriter Gerardo Ortiz posted a video in which he answers questions from his fans.

Brazilian Formula One driver Felipe Massa took his fans on a drive through the Circuit de Monaco, a street circuit laid out on the city streets of Monte Carlo and La Condamine, which is used for the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix every May.

Stephen Curry‘s daughter Riley stole the show during a Golden State Warrior‘s press conference.

The Voice shared a parody coach audition clip, in which Christina Aguilera impersonates other music superstars.

Eric Clapton posted an emotional, personal video tribute to his good friend BB King, who recently passed away at age 89.

Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver collaborated with stars Ed Sheeran, Paul McCartney, Hugh Jackman, and others, on a music video to promote Food Revolution Day, a campaign he started to make nutrition education mandatory in schools.

To benefit Red Nose Day USA, Coldplay teamed up with the cast of HBO’s Game of Thrones and shared a behind-the-scenes look at their (fictitious) efforts at turning the show into a musical.

The NHL produced a hype video entitled “Name,” which takes hockey fans back through Stanley Cup Finals history.

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