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Fonseca Show is off but we have this.....

Fonseca is still out sick, but check out our Best of Calls:


- FOX Business News says the IRS has already issued 20 million refunds this year totaling $66.9 billion. The average refund check this year is $3,207, up 2.1% from last year. 

- WFXB says a recent study found that a plant-based diet may reduce snoring.Researchers studied the sleep habits of 14,000 people and found that those who ate a healthy, plant-based diet snored less than those who didn't.

- Flurry Sports says Lil Wayne, Coldplay and DJ Khaled are being mentioned as possible 2025 Super Bowl Halftime performers 

- The Daily Mirror says prices for Cadbury and Nestle Easter eggs are rising because cocoa costs are rising. Poor weather in cocoa-producing countries is to blame for the higher costs.

- The NY Post says a new trend has emerged on social media where people are selling selfies with their Stanley tumblers for $150. Individuals who can't afford the expensive cup are opting for photos instead. The limited edition cups have become highly sought after, with resellers charging up to $999.99.


Gen Z Moves Back In With Parents At Record Rate: Business Insider says more than half of 18 to 24 year-old Americans are now living with their parents. The trend began skyrocketing after the housing market left the average renter spending over 30% of their income on rent. A recent study by RentCafe finds that 41% of adults currently living in their parents' home don't plan on moving out for at least two more years. 20 year-old Georgia resident Sarah Obutor says living with her parents is a financial relief, but takes a mental toll. "They still sort of see you as a child, no matter how old you are."

One Twitter/X user recently joked, "Living in your parents' house is free because you pay with your soul!"

Newsweek Magazine says a Taylor Swift fan in Sydney, Australia recently lost a contact lens before one of her concerts. Meredith Ludlam reached out to other Swifties online for help with a -2.5 prescription lens. Her post went viral before fellow fans came to her rescue.  Ludlam got the contact lens and went to Taylor’s concert.

Teddy Swims tells Billboard magazine that it's important to have an outlet for your feelings. "I think it's important that you have outlet where you can get things out and talk to people, because you never know who's going to connect to what you're saying. I know I'm not alone in these feelings, and that's the best thing you can ever have happen to you. "

Olivia Rodrigo tells that she enjoys getting readings from psychics. “I take it all with a grain of salt, but I really love going to psychics. Sometimes it's just for fun, but some of them really seem to know a lot about the hidden me. Like do they actually have psychic powers? Who knows? It's still fun."

Dua Lipa tells Allure magazine that her new red hair was inspired by a vision she had while listening to music. "It was just me in the studio, and I wanted to dye my hair and do a little change. Suddenly the image of me with red hair jumped into my mind. It looked really unbelievably gorgeous. Just like, stunning, beautiful. So I dyed my hair as soon as I got out of the studio."

The Nerd Stash says Usher and Jennifer Goicoechea are honeymooning on a safari in the jungle. The couple is posting pics of their romantic trip on social media. They have been interacting with elephants and enjoying boat rides at sunset. 

Beyonce tells Essence magazine that she got all of her hair care tips from her mother. “My mom would say, ‘Go put some grease in your hair because it looks really dry,’ and that meant oiling it and keeping it moisturized. So all of those things that my mom did, like using olive oil and honey and egg whites for the protein, were all good for our hair and also for a good old press. These are all tips from my mom, and she just passed them all down.”

The Daily Mail says Taylor Swift's father, Scott, is accused of assaulting a paparazzo at a Sydney, Australia wharf. The photographer, Ben McDonald, claims Scott struck him on the face as he was photographing Taylor getting into an SUV. He says, “He probably decided he needed to defend his daughter, for some reason. She got off the boat, she walked towards security guards who were shoving umbrellas in our faces, and then he charged.’’  A police investigation has been launched  

Taylor's spokesperson says, “The photographers were being 'aggressive'. Two individuals were aggressively pushing their way towards Taylor, grabbing at her security personnel, and threatening to throw a female staff member into the water.’’

Page Six says Nicole Kidman previously obtained a restraining order against paparazzo Ben McDonald because a listening device had been found in her Sydney, Australia home in January 2005. McDonald was ordered to stay at least 60 ft away from Kidman and her family. says Travis Kelce's father, Ed, called Bethenny Frankel a "troll" for her comments about Travis and Taylor Swift. Bethenny criticized Travis for seeking attention and referred to Taylor as a "peacock" in their relationship. Ed responded,  “Who is this troll?” 

The Internet reacts ..

“Yeah, she’s a troll. Don’t worry, though, the Swifties will come through and handle her lol.” 

“Ed, you are a legend” 

“You are the dad America needs right now!”

Fadeaway World says DJ Khaled's security guards were recently seen carrying him because he didn't want his Air Jordan shoes to get dirty. The guards carried the rapper from his car to the bed of an off-road vehicle. A witness tells the website, "He really takes his shoe game seriously, he's all about keeping those kicks clean."

Radar Online  says Russell Crowe is determined to lose weight before marrying Britney Theriot. A source says Britney loves him for who he is, but is concerned about his well-being. "Britney loves Russell for who he is. She's doesn't care what he looks like, but that doesn't mean she's not worried about his health. The extra weight he's carrying is hard on his body. Russell is unapologetic about it, but he's agreed that it's time to get healthier. "He's not going to go on some crazy diet. He plans to just start eating healthier and work out every day."

Radar Online says Russell Crowe and Britney Theriot are planning to have children after they marry. A source says, "Once they're married, it's going to be baby time. That's a promise Russell's made to Britney, and it's the main reason for making things official."

Kelly Clarkson tells the Smartless podcast that American Idol producers weren't happy with her when she auditioned for the show in 2002 because she did not always wear makeup on camera. "I got in trouble on American Idol. They were like, 'So, we're about to be on camera.' And I was like, 'I know.' And they were like, But you're gonna be on camera.' And I was like, 'I know’. And it was like, 'Okay, well, do you want any makeup or hair.' And I was like, 'No, I'm in a house right now. You're doing like behind the scenes.' I was like, 'I'm not on stage.' I was like, 'I'll do it for stage, but why are we doing this now?'  One producer in particular, very high up, wasn't a fan of me just because I didn't play that game." 

Geo TV says Prince Harry has decided not to write a second memoir about King Charles and Prince William. He edited out certain parts from his first memoir, "Spare," that could have caused permanent damage.  Harry may be trying to salvage his relationship with them. Harry says, “There are some things that have happened, especially between me and my brother, and to some extent between me and my father, that I just don’t want the world to know.  Because I don’t think they would ever forgive me.”

OK! magazine says Brad Pitt's ugly divorce from Angelina Jolie is only strengthening his relationship with his new girlfriend Ines de Ramon. A source tells the magazine, "It’s widely known that Brad is dealing with a lot of legal drama but Ines’ feelings for him haven’t wavered whatsoever. If anything, it’s only made their connection stronger in a lot of ways because they’re very open and honest when it comes to communication about their lives, whether it be the good or the bad times. She is very compassionate and is there to show support no matter what. They have a really healthy bond and things are going wonderfully."

Money Survey

A new survey by The Standard reveals that 51% of people have financial regrets, with some wishing they had married someone wealthier. Other findings:

- 46% of people regret not putting money into a savings account each month

- 34% of people wish they had learned about finances at a younger age

- 19% of people in their 70s wish they had married someone with more money

- 41% of people would advise their younger selves to live within their means 

- 38% of people would advise their younger selves not to get into debt

Secrets Survey

A new survey by One Poll reveals that 22% of people have kept a secret from their live-in partner. Other findings:

- Millennials are the most likely to keep secrets (33%), followed by Gen Z (27%) and baby boomers (11%)

- Top secrets include past relationships (26%), doing something upsetting (20%), and undisclosed spending habits (19%)

Sexiest Accents … According to a new survey by Babbel

1. Italian

2. French

3. Latin American Spanish

4. Queen's English

5. German

10 Most Popular Sleeping Positions Favored By Couples … According to a new survey by Eve Sleep 

Back-to-backers (sleep back-to-back)

Spooners (both on one

with one cuddling up to the other)

Pet blocks (pet sleeps in the middle)

Selfish caterpillars (one person stealing the duvet)

Face-to-facers (pretty much nose-to-nose)

Bear huggers (hugging face to face)

Starfish (both on their back with arms and legs wide apart)

Cliffhangers (One person taking over the space of the bed)

Loners (Never touching in bed)

Top and tailers (Sleeping at opposite ends of the bed)

Dear Fonseca

My 16 year-old daughter loves to shop for secondhand clothing online. She recently bought a pair of jeans and started screaming when she received them. There was over $450 in one of the pockets. She came to my husband and I and asked if she should contact the seller and return the money. My husband said NO WAY. He thinks she should keep the cash and says it's not our fault that the seller forgot to check the pockets. My guilty conscience is working on me. If I was the seller, and made a mistake like this, I would want someone to contact me. My daughter is looking to my husband and I to help her make the right decision. We're thinking about leaving it up to her. What is the right decision here? 

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