Five world records attempts took place earlier this week on Good Morning America as part of the top US TV show's World Record Party feature. Read on to find which ones were broken!

The three-day feature kicked off on Monday with a trio of record attempts by performers from Cirque du Soleil.

First up was Rokardy Rodriquez from the show Viva Elvis, who attempted to shatter his own record for the Fastest 50m Hand Walking on Stilts, Despite a valiant effort, Rocky was unable to match his previous benchmark of 1 minute and 30 seconds.

Next up was Yossef El Toufali, who tried his head at Most Head Spins in One Minute. Despite managing an impressive 122 spins in sixty seconds, he couldn't match Aichi Ono of Japan's benchmark of 135 set in 2010.

The show ended on a high however, when Igor Zaripov of Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson: the Immoral World Tour more than beat the minimum time of two minutes to set a new record for the Longest Duration Suspended in Air by Teeth.

The record adds to Igor's collection having set a new benchmark for the fastest time to pull a car over 30m by mouth last month.

Tuesday's show played host to another successful world record attempt when Matthew Freese bagged the title for longest indoor free-fall.

Matthew "fell" for 3:01:46 at iFLY Hollywood in California, USA. The previous record was 2:06:48, held by Kjeld Hendriks.

Indoor free-falling is accomplished in a vertical wind tunnel, which shoots up a vertical column of air. The air keeps the participant suspended in a simulation of skydiving.

Wednesday saw the final record breaking attempt on Good Morning America with Lucky Magazine and Ulta Beauty aiming for the most makeovers in 24 hours by a team of five title.

As this was a new category, a minimum target was set of 350 makeovers in order to break the record. Showing lightning speed the team succeededin incredible fashion, managing an impressive 378 cosmetic makeovers over the course of the day.

Each makeover consisted of 9 steps: concealer, foundation, blush or bronzer, eyeshadow, eyeliner, mascara, lipgloss or lipstick, lipliner, and pressed or loose powder.