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Fonseca Show Trending 11/09/22


- A new survey by One Poll reveals that the average cat owner spends $25,304 on their cat over the course of its life. The cost includes vet care, food, cat sitters, toys and other things

- Gizmodo says Disney+ may do an Indiana Jones TV series. The series will not star Harrison Ford. The network is seeking a writer to create the new show.

- Lindsay Lohan tells Extra TV that she would like to see a reboot or remake of ''Mean Girls''. “I’ve been saying yes forever, so I feel like a broken record. The thing is, it’s so tough [because] ‘Mean Girls’ is so good the way it is. It’s like, ‘Do you really wanna mess with that?’ But you never know.”

- Engadget says Netflix released a new trivia game yesterday called Triviaverse. The game can be played alone or with family and friends. The game consists of three rounds where rapid fire questions are thrown at contestants. The questions are pulled from several different categories.

- WFXT says an 18 carat pink diamond was recently auctioned off for $28.8 million. The pear-shaped diamond was purchased by an unidentified buyer from Asia. It was found in a Brazilian mine 15 years ago.


Some Think Powerball Drawing Was Rigged: ABC says the winning numbers for this week's $2 billion Powerball jackpot were drawn yesterday after a technical glitch. The winning numbers were: 10-33-41-47-56. The Powerball was 10. NBC says the lone winning ticket was sold in California. Brobible says many people believe the drawing was rigged because California announced a delay for security reasons and then said the winning ticket was sold in Altadena.

The Internet reacts ....

How ironic that the state of California caused an almost 10 hour delay in the Powerball drawing, but there’s now one winner…..from CALIFORNIA #PowerballScam

This Powerball scam is exactly like the time that the FBI told McDonalds to run a rigged Monopoly Game and scam the entire country so they could get more evidence and arrest the guy who was giving away all the top prizes to people he knew. Let me get this straight...California is the reason there was a delay with the drawing due to "security concerns" and "technical difficulties" and now someone in California won the #Powerball

Xmas Tree Pricing: says Americans will buy between 25 and 35 million Christmas trees this year. Some artificial trees are selling for $1,700 because there is a shortage of real Christmas trees. 71% of Christmas tree farmers expect to raise prices this year because of smaller crops.

Best places to buy an artificial tree along with average price ...

Large outlets like Kroger, Target or Walmart: $65

Home improvement/DIY stores: $100

Department stores: $103

Craft/hobby stores: $106

Christmas specialty stores: $176

Sia tells Billboard magazine that she prioritizes connecting with her fans over success. “I don’t care about commercial success, I want to connect on an emotional level with my fans. This is a dream job. I get to do what I love and communicate whatever I want.”

Jax tells Variety magazine that she dresses more for comfort than style. “As far as my style goes, I just started dressing in what makes me feel the most comfortable. I don't care if it's stylish or hot, as long as it's comfy.

Sam Smith tells GQ magazine that the sea scares them. “I’m kind of obsessed with the sea. 'Cause it’s quite scary. There's a lot of scary stuff that lives in the sea. I’m more of a river person. Less scary things in there.

The Kid LAROI tells Vogue magazine that his upbringing helps keep him humble. “It got to a point where we had nowhere to go. We were staying on my mum’s friend’s couch. That's why I don't think I'll ever turn into a monster. All I gotta do is remember being a kid. That'll make me thankful for everything I have and everything I can do for people.”

Rihanna tells People magazine that her newborn son is fat. "He is funny, he's happy — and he's fat! He's amazing. It's a real cuddly stage right now."

The Daily Star says Britney Spears creeped out her fans with her latest video. It shows a creepy doll sitting on her couch as she dances in front of it.

The Internet reacts ...

“Her eyes look empty.”

“Is someone living at her old house? Why is there a baby doll on the couch?”

“Someone should go over and do a wellness check.”

“I’m scared for her, I hope she’s okay”

On the latest episode of her podcast, Meghan Markle revealed that her favorite TV show is ''Jeopardy''. She said, “Jeopardy was my favorite show growing up, and I would eat my dinner on a TV tray in front of the screen. My obsession with this show was so deep, you guys, [that] when Alex Trebek passed away, I started to receive texts of condolence. I didn’t know him, but everyone who knew me? Knew how meaningful Jeopardy and its host was as a daily part of my life.”

Radar Online claims Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth are allegedly drifting apart in their marriage. A source tells the website, "Jim is hardly ever with her and it wasn't always like that. Friends are worried that they've stopped putting the work in. They can go days without interacting at times. If they do, it's usually about their son."

Chris Evans tells People magazine that he wants a family now that he's won People's ''Sexiest Man Alive''. ''Wife, kids, building a family. When you read about most of the best artists, whether it's actors, painters, writers, most of them [admit] it wasn't the work they made [that they are most proud of], it was about the relationships, the families they created, the love they found, the love they shared.''

Chris tweeted, "Thanks @people!! I think we can all agree that it's damn near impossible to follow in Paul Rudd's footsteps in any capacity, but I'll do my best"

Jennifer Lopez tells Vogue magazine that she is changing her name to Affleck. "People are still going to call me Jennifer Lopez. But my legal name will be Mrs. Affleck because we're joined together. We're husband and wife. I'm proud of that. I just feel like it's romantic. It still carries tradition and romance to me, and maybe I'm just that kind of girl. When we reconnected, those feelings for me were still very real. The two of us, we lost each other and found each other. Not to discredit anything in between that happened, because all those things were real too."

Sylvester Stallone tells The Hollywood Reporter that he wishes he had been cast in ''Creed III''. "That's a regretful situation because I know what it could have been. It was taken in a direction that is quite different than I would've taken it."

Ryan Reynolds tells NBC that he needs additional financial support if he is going to buy the Ottawa Senators hockey team. “I am trying to do that. It’s very expensive. I need a partner with, you know, really deep pockets. It’s called a consortium, when you form a group together to buy an entity. It’s a fancy way of saying I need a sugar mommy or sugar daddy.”

Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown tells Drew Barrymore that she would like to play Britney Spears in a movie. “I think her story, first of all, resonates with me — growing up in the public eye, watching her videos, watching interviews of her when she was young. I don’t know her, but when I look at pictures of her, I feel like I could tell her story in the right way — and hers only.”

Brittany instagrammed; “I hear about people wanting to do movies about my life … dude I’m not dead !!!”

Deadline Hollywood says Keanu Reeves is in talks to star in the John Wick spin-off, "Ballerina". ''Ballerina'' follows a young female assassin as she seeks revenge against the people, who killed her family. Ben Affleck's ex-girlfriend, Ana de Armas, is playing the ballerina. Keanu would reprise his role as John Wick

Holiday Gift Survey

A new survey by MassMutual reveals that 47% of people are planning to spend less on gifts this holiday season than last year. Other findings:

- 41% of people are stressed about their personal finances

- 61% of people plan to give cash or a gift card this year rather than a traditional gift

Worst Dining Out Rules To Break ... According to a new article by Tasting Table

not tipping... 35.7%

ordering a steak well done... 25%

drinking wine with ice ... 15.4%

eating pizza with a knife and fork ... 15%

using cutlery inappropriately ... 8%

TOP 10 THINGS LIKELY TAKEN OVER BY CATS … According to a new survey by Solid Gold

Clothing - 39%

Rugs/carpets - 38%

My sofa - 37%

Drinking glasses - 35%

Chairs - 34%

Table legs - 31%

Power cables - 30%

Drapes - 29%

Phones - 27%

Hardwood floors - 24%

Dear Fonseca

My family and I went to a very well-known steakhouse on Sunday night. Our meal was ruined by a crying baby at the next table. My husband complained to the manager and asked for a free meal because ours was ruined by the constant screaming. The manager did not relocate the neighboring family to another area of the restaurant. He encouraged us to write a letter to corporate. The manager then said we have no right to ask for a free meal because no one forced us to eat at the restaurant. We disagree and think we are entitled to a meal free from distractions and crying children. We are waiting to hear what corporate says. Do you think we are entitled to a free meal? Should the restaurant have done more?

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