The epicentre of COVID-19 Wuhan is celebrating the onset of New Year 2021 with much enthusiasm. Video of the same has been shared online. Read more.Check Video:
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Railway Station and BMC Building in Mumbai are illuminated to celebrate the New Year's Eve.See Pics:
Netizens are sharing pictures of the last sunset of the year.See Here:
Australia has entered the New Year 2021. And Sydney's Harbour bridge saw the beautiful display of fireworks.Watch Video Here:
Say hello to 2021 with Sydney's New Year's Eve midnight fireworks. No need to leave the house — you can catch the action right here on Twitter. #NYEABC #PartyAtYours https://t.co/fJj4lFqPls— abctv (@ABCTV) December 31, 2020
Astronaut Mark Kelly once took a full gorilla suit aboard the International Space Station. A video of him wearing it in 0 gravity is too funny. It is going viral. Watch the Video Here:
Astronaut Mark Kelly once smuggled a full gorilla suit on board the International Space Station.He didn't tell anyone about it.One day — without anyone knowing — he put it on...pic.twitter.com/NdnncK0I4U— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) December 30, 2020
After Samoa Islands, New Zealand has also entered the New Year 2021. Video from their celebrations has been shared online.See Here:
Samoa and Kiribati have welcomed the New Year 2021. Happy New Year wishes are trending online.Check Tweets:
Good morning Rev. @sam_adeyemi. At 1100hrs, Lagos time, the Island of Samoa entered the New Year 2021. Hence, technically the world has entered 2021. I wish you and your family and all of us that you lead a Prosperous 2021. Aseyi Samodun. pic.twitter.com/SFcns7UErk— Mobolaji Akinboboye (@mobolaboboye) December 31, 2020
2020 has finally come to an end and people have taken to Twitter to share their favourite stories, highlights and achievements from the year.Check Tweets:
Last day of year 2020. We are not dead.
RETWEET in gratitude to God 🙏— IGBO History & Facts (@IgboHistoFacts) December 31, 2020
After all the hardships we came through, finally today we’ve arrived to the last day of the leap year 2020.
I didn’t know some of you, but because of this 2020, I feel proud to say that I’ve made good friends and family more than any year.
I Wish you all the best in 2021❣— ØƦł 16 JẠ₦ỤẠƦ¥ ™ ❼ (@Ori_Debig_Beats) December 31, 2020
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many Indian state governments have announced night curfews, with Delhi being the latest addition. People are hilariosuly sharing #NightCurfew funny memes and jokes on social media.Check Tweets:
The final lunar eclipse of 2020, December Full Cold Moon pictures are being shared on social media and they are gorgeous.Check Tweets:
It's the last day of the year of 2020! And how are you feeling? We have waited all year long to just get rid of this difficult year. And you may not need a lot of motivation to begin the day with, but if you are still feeling lazy, then #ThursdayThoughts and #ThursdayMotivation are trending on Twitter. There are a lot more New Year's Eve 2020 messages and Happy New Year wishes for 2021. Besides these, all that trends through the day, we will keep you updated. Stay tuned for more trending topics, funny memes and viral videos of the day.
December 31 marks the biggest events of the year, the year end! This year's New Year's Eve is of course different with the many restrictions and celebrations going virtual. But it is still a time to celebrate and look forward hopefully to 2021. There is going to be a lot of wishes, messages and greetings for the oncoming year. Plus people are bound to post a recap of 2020, so all that trends online we will keep you updated here.
On days like these, social media is constantly buzzing. A lookback into the previous year presents some amazing insights. People are sharing everything from their highs, lows and their resolutions for the oncoming year. We saw so many things in this year that 2021 is going to be special. Ahead of this yea, all that trends through the day, we will keep you updated in this section, from memes to videos. And here's wishing all our readers, Happy New Year 2021! Don't forget to have safe celebrations.