Forty-six spellers in the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee will advance to Thursday morning’s televised semifinals, including several who have been on the semifinal stage in prior years.
WASHINGTON D.C. - It's known that kids can say some unexpected things. Thanks to video they can do some crazy things to. We get to watch it over and over.
Contestants at the Scripps National Spelling Bee are known to have some whacky reactions to the words their asked to spell.
Fainting. Impressions. Jokes. And even some hostility is all too common.
Watch the video above to see a collection of some of the best reactions--from the hilarious to the over-ecstatic--from contestants throughout past Spelling Bee competitions.
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