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- The NY Post says Netflix may roast Tom Brady. The comedy special would be called “The Greatest Roast of All Time''.
- The Daily Mail says hair clinics have seen beard transplants double since Prince Harry released his memoir, "Spare". Men are paying as much as $3,000 for the transplants. Many want a rugged and masculine look.
- Newser says the European Space Agency wants the moon to have its own time zone. The agency says, "This week, the agency said space organizations around the world are considering how best to keep time on the moon. The idea came up during a meeting in the Netherlands late last year, with participants agreeing on the urgent need to establish “a common lunar reference time.'' The time zone on the moon is the same as whatever country is exploring it
- Fox Business News says Nissan has recalled 809,000 Rogue SUVs because of a technical issue that is causing the vehicles to turn off while driving. The company has not discovered a solution for the issue.
- A new survey by WIVB reveals that 76.7% of people say a hot dog is not a sandwich.
- WGN-TV says Wendy's plans to can their chili and then sell it in grocery stores.Wendy's has been serving their chili since 1969. The cans will hit store shelves by the end of this year
Dictionary.com Adds New Words: USA Today says Dictionary.com has added 300 new words including ....
Cakeism: the false belief that one can enjoy the benefits of two choices that are in fact mutually exclusive, or have it both ways.
Nearlywed: a person who lives with another in a life partnership, sometimes engaged with no planned wedding date, sometimes with no intention of ever marrying.
Petfluencer: a person who gains a large following on social media by posting entertaining images or videos of their cat, dog, or other pet.
Rage farming: the tactic of intentionally provoking political opponents, typically by posting inflammatory content on social media, in order to elicit angry responses and thus high engagement or widespread exposure for the original poster.
Superdodger: anyone who, for unverified reasons, remains uninfected or asymptomatic even after repeated exposure to a contagious virus.
Trauma dumping: unsolicited, one-sided sharing of traumatic or intensely negative experiences or emotions in an inappropriate setting or with people who are unprepared for the interaction.
Woke: of or relating to a liberal progressive orthodoxy, especially promoting inclusive policies or ideologies that welcome or embrace ethnic, racial, or sexual minorities.
The New Daily says Ed Sheeran is currently on tour in Australia. For the second time in a month, he visited a children's hospital where he put on an impromptu concert and took selfies with patients
Miley Cyrus tells Rolling Stone magazine that she has a lot of tattoos. "I got my first one when I was 17 and I was just hooked. I got 74 of them now and might be looking to get some more.
Kim Petras tells Billboard magazine that she treasures the female artists that came before her. "My whole life revolves around strong, amazing women who do whatever they want and have an artistic point of view. They’re the reason I found the power in myself to do what I do. I hope I'm as inspiring as them one day."
Pink tells CNN that everything in life is a trustfall. "To me it means in order to get out of bed in the morning right now, it feels like it requires a lot of trust in the universe and trust in yourself and trust in those around you and to drop your kids off at school and love vulnerably it just requires a lot. A lot of people feel like they’re falling backwards and we don’t know where the ground is and that’s a really unsettling feeling. It takes a lot of trust to survive in the world these days.”
Entertainment Tonight says The Weeknd is going to star in a new movie he wrote and is producing. The project has started filming in Los Angeles and is being kept a secret. No one knows what the film is about
US Weekly Magazine says Brad Pitt allegedly sees a long-term future with his new girlfriend, Ines de Ramon. A source tells the magazine, “He’s definitely into her and although things are still relatively new, he absolutely sees long-term potential in their relationship. Brad and Ines spend as much of their free time together as possible, despite their busy schedules. He really enjoys being with her because she’s such an uplifting energy, she consistently looks on the bright side of things, and is always up for an adventure. He also appreciates that she’s super laid back and has such a positive outlook on life.”
US Weekly Magazine says Brad Pitt is helping his girlfriend, Ines de Ramon, navigate her divorce to Paul Wesley. A source tells the magazine, “Brad has been really supportive of Ines while she’s going through her divorce because he understands how it can be. Although Brad knows Ines is completely independent and can handle things on her own, he’s let her know that she can always open up to him about anything. Ines does the same for Brad who is unfortunately still dealing with his messy divorce from Angie. They actually bonded over their divorces and are quite serious.”
Radar Online claims Jack Nicholson's friends are allegedly telling him to accept his secret love child, Tessa Gourin. A source tells the website, "Delving back into the past is Jack's worst nightmare, but the feeling is he needs to make this right. His other kids visit, but he's cut off almost everybody from his Hollywood years. He's a loving guy at heart, and the last thing he needs right now is this dark cloud hanging over his legacy."
The NY Post says Matthew McConaughey is being trolled for giving his son, Livingston, a haircut at home. Matthew posted videos and pictures of the cut on Monday. The trolling began yesterday.
The Internet reacts ...
“Stop it. Seriously, have a professional take care of it!” a concerned fan warned.
“Why o why – Matthew has many talents – but I guess haircuts isn’t one of them”
“Oh noooo! Not the dreaded ‘dad haircut’!!!!”
“Sorry that’s terrible”
“don’t quit your day job.”
Paula Abdul tells E! News that a movie about her life is in development. "I'm being wooed by different streamers and networks to do my story, and for me, it just wouldn't be a straight documentary style, because I'm a choreographer and I've had different careers. I've never just had one carer, so I'd have to tell it the way my mind works creatively. I've been presented with incredible directors right now and writers, and it's hard baring your soul, but you know what, when you're able to withstand decades and decades, and you're able to survive the ebb and the flow and the ups and the downs - that's kind of exciting and I hope it helps other people understand they are not alone."
Female First says Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox are trying to save their relationship with daily couples therapy sessions. The couple is logging onto Zoom with their therapist and hashing out their issues. A source tells the website, "They are talking to a couples therapist every day via Zoom. Megan feels that they must give therapy a shot before making any permanent decisions.”
OK! magazine says Scottie Pippen's ex-wife, Larsa, allegedly got Michael Jordan's blessing before dating his son, Marcus. The two have a 16-year age difference. Larsa says, "I feel like a lot of people think we've known each other for our whole lives and we have not. We met four years ago at a party. I personally don't really care about what other people ... I live my truth, I'm happy. My kids love Marcus. We travel together, my kids really enjoy spending time with him. I feel like I'm in a great place and that's the most important thing."
Jenny McCarthy tells Entertainment Tonight that her son, Evan, has written and recorded a song for his crush, Selena Gomez. Jenny says her husband, Donnie Wahlberg, helped Evan record the song and shoot his music video. “His heart got broken by his girlfriend, his girlfriend cheated on him. And so he was devastated, and he’s such a big-hearted loving teddy bear, he mourned and put all of his love into this love song for this crush that he’s had forever, which is Selena Gomez. And he wrote these beautiful lyrics, and he called me in the room and said, ‘Would take a look at this love song I wrote for Selena Gomez?’ And I’m like, ‘Those are nice little words, I love that, that was very sweet.’ Patted him on the head and left.''
Jennifer Grey, who's developing the sequel to Dirty Dancing, tells People magazine that she always cries when she watches the original movie. "It gets me every time. It feels like I'm living it when I'm watching it. And then I'm realizing that Patrick [Swayze] is gone."
Job Survey A new survey by Monster.com reveals that 64% of women say they could do their boss' job better than them. Other findings:
- 47% of men believe they could do their boss' job better than them
- 77% of male workers believe everyone is paid the same. Only 24% of women believe that statement
- the average woman is paid 82 cents for every dollar a man makes
7 Best Dating Profile Tips For Guys … According to a new study by The Match Lab
Men should include more photos of themselves in their profile and use higher-quality photos.
Be unique. Create a dating profile that is original and conveys the person's personality, hobbies and interests.
Make sure your profile uses proper spelling and grammar.
Refrain from wearing sunglasses in your photos.
Be more open and vulnerable.
Men should use photos that show their face clearly.
Men should read women's dating profiles more closely before they match with them so they know if they're compatible or not.
Tooth Fairy Survey
A new survey by Delta Dental reveals that the Tooth Fairy is now paying an average of $6.23 for each lost tooth. That's up from $5.36 last year. The Tooth Fairy was paying $1.30 per tooth when Delta started their survey in 1998. The value of a lost tooth has increased by 379% since then. If the trend continues, kids will receive $30 per tooth by 2048
Exhausted Parents Survey
A new survey by Family Dollar reveals that 40% of parents hide from their children in the bathroom so they can catch a parenting break. Other findings:
- 34% of parents pretend to be asleep in order to catch a break from their kids
- 53% of parents catch a break by dumping their children on a grandparent for the day
- 34% of parents give themselves an "A" grade for parenting
My grandmother recently passed away and left me a large inheritance. My husband and I were eating dinner on Monday when he asked when WE are getting the money. I told him the money belongs to me and not him. This led to a fight because he said we're a married couple and should split everything evenly. My grandmother didn't even like him. I have no plans to give him any money. He thinks it's wrong that I'm keeping it for myself. Where do you stand on this? Should he receive any money?