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Fonseca Show Trending (Aaron Fonseca) 04/21/23


- Bloomberg News says Twitter is demanding people pay $8 for a blue check mark verification. The verification means the person behind the account is who they say they are. People's check marks began disappearing yesterday because they failed to pay the fee. LeBron James, Stephen King and William Shatner were among the celebrities, who paid. NBC says Oprah, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Kim Kardashian did not.

- Chain Store Age magazine says Uber Eats is now using robots to deliver orders.The bots have six wheels and sensors that help them navigate streets.

- The NY Post says Fendi is now selling an Italian made crystal dog necklace for $950. It has 13 white crystals and the brand's logo.

- The Futon Critic says Jennifer Coolidge is going to receive the Comedic Genius Award at this year's MTV Movie and TV Awards on Sunday, May 7th. Past recipients include Sacha Baron Cohen, Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell

- The Daily Mail says Denise Richards is returning to the ''Real Housewives of Beverly Hills''. She will be replacing Lisa Rinna. Denise left the franchise in 2020 after rumors surfaced of an affair between her and Brandi Glanville

- NBC says the Oakland A's may move to Las Vegas. They have entered into an agreement to purchase land there. The team may build a new ballpark with a retractable roof. The stadium would seat 30,000 people


Lady Gaga tells Wallpaper Magazine that she doesn't like to spend a lot of time in Hollywood. "I actually don't spend a lot of time in Hollywood. I might look like I do, because sometimes award season happens and you see me on red carpets. But I'm very much at home working… that's the thing that really makes me happy."

Meghan Trainor tells People magazine that her husband shaved her legs when she was pregnant. "I'm at that point where I can't see, I can't reach, I can't bend. He'll do anything for me."

Lewis Capaldi tells the Independent that he was depressed when he saw his Netflix documentary. "When I saw the first draft, it was so depressing, I was surprised I didn't die at the end! I mean, there's always the sequel."

Radar Online claims Justin Bieber allegedly reached out to his ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez, for help in getting people to stop hating his wife, Hailey. A source tells the website, “Selena has no love for Hailey, but she still cares about Justin, who privately begged her to get folks to believe they’ve all made peace. It’s not only for Hailey’s sake but for him! Justin is concerned he and Hailey have become the most unpopular couple in Hollywood and is terrified that when and if he is able to come back, his fans won’t be there anymore. Justin has never been so down and Selena sees that. She’s doing this for him. She couldn’t care less about Hailey!”

The Daily Mail says Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes have rekindled their romance. They were spotted holding hands in Santa Monica, California. The two were caught kissing at Coachella last weekend.

Perez Hilton says Taylor Swift's friends are unfollowing her ex-boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, on social media. One fan tweeted, “Ryan reynolds unfollowing joe alwyn after going on dinner with taylor and blake on nyc tonight he knows things and it seems like they’re not good…”

Billboard magazine says Beyoncé is donating $2 million from her tour to students and small businesses. She will disperse $100,000 to 10 colleges for scholarships. One hundred entrepreneurs in the city she tours in will benefit from her money

Lizzo tells Elle magazine that she knows what she wants her legacy to be. “I want women to know you don't have to be tiny to be a star. Get out there, show yourself off, and let your voice do the talking. That's what I want my Lizzegacy to be! That I was the one who helped kick the door in for bigger girls!”

ABC says involuntary manslaughter charges against Alec Baldwin have been dropped. He was charged after accidentally shooting a cinematographer on the set of his film "Rust". Alec previously pled not guilty to the charges. Filming on the movie resumed yesterday in Montana.

The NY Post says Tampa residents recently thought they saw UFOs. They posted videos and pictures online of bright lights in the sky. It turns out the lights were coming from a nearby Taylor Swift concert. She shoots beams into the air as part of her light show. Some say the lights look like the gates of Heaven are opening.

Perez Hilton says Taylor Swift's friends are unfollowing her ex-boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, on social media. One fan tweeted, “Ryan reynolds unfollowing joe alwyn after going on dinner with taylor and blake on nyc tonight he knows things and it seems like they’re not good…”

The Sun says Britney Spears' memoir may not contain all of the dirt she wants to print about her father, Jamie, and others, who have done her wrong. A source tells the newspaper, ''Britney will not get to print and say what she wants. The legal team at the publisher knows Jamie is unhappy about what is coming and has charged his lawyers to take steps to prevent untruths being told. It is down to the publisher's lawyers to decide what they will print and to leave out. He is not simply going to take this all because his daughter said it. He is willing to fight to present his truth even if that means filing lawsuits."

Ace Showbiz says Jeremy Renner continues to recover from his snow plow accident. His daughter is leaving him notes of inspiration around his gym. The notes read, "Hi beautiful" and "Just keep running! Just keep running!"

Prince William says he has one big regret in life. The Daily Mail quotes him as saying, ''I still wish I'd learned to breakdance. It's one of my greatest regrets, not learning to breakdance when I was young. There was a moment when I really should have done more work when I was younger - read more books, watched less TV. I'm watching The Recruit on Netflix at the moment.''

OK! magazine claims Prince Harry is allegedly attending his father's coronation so he can get more material for his next book. A source tells the magazine, "He's only coming to the coronation for a fleeting moment so he can write in his next book or say in his next interview with Meghan how poorly treated he was by everybody and how his dad didn't want him. He's done this to himself."

Snoop Dogg tells In Touch Weekly Magazine that the key to his 26-year marriage to Shante Taylor is saying YES. "Giving them everything they want, getting out the way, saying yes, yes, yes. I learned that by saying no, no, no and getting in the way. Experience is a good teacher. We've grown as boyfriend and girlfriend to grandparents to soulmates."

Doggie Survey

A new survey by Fourthglade natural dog food reveals that 43% of people believe you can't teach an old dog new tricks.

Other findings:

- 51% of dog owners stop teaching their dogs new tricks when their dog turns eight years old.

- top ways people spend ‘quality time’ with their dog ... playing games (65%)

taking their dog to their favorite walk spots (55%)

treating their pup to their favorite foods (53%)

Hiring And Firing Survey

A new survey by Resume Builder reveals that 12% of managers have fired a Gen Z employee within a week of them starting their new job. The Gen Z age range is 8 to 23 years old. Other findings:

- 16% of managers have fired a Gen Z employee within a month of them starting their new job.

- 75% of managers say Gen Z workers are the most difficult to work with

National Store Record Day

Tomorrow is National Record Store Day. A survey by ICM reveals that 50% of vinyl buyers do not play the records they purchase. Other findings:

- 41% of vinyl buyers own a turntable that they do not use.

- 7% of vinyl buyers don't own a turntable.

- 52% of vinyl buyers use their turntable

- 50% of people will stream an album before buying it on vinyl.


Accomplished - 55%

Motivated - 46%

Energized - 42%

Relieved - 36%

Overwhelmed - 22%

Dear Fonseca

I made dinner for my family on Tuesday night after I got my new dining room set. I was so excited when it arrived because I spent months saving for it. Two of my cousins became upset with me when I told them they could not sit on my new chairs because they are rather large. They ended up leaving early and told the rest of the family what I said. I wasn't trying to be mean. I just know those chairs wouldn't have held them. They say I insulted them and should apologize. I don't think I should and believe they need to be honest with themselves because if they were they would know they are probably too big for the chairs. Should I apologize? Are my cousins in the wrong for thinking they could sit on the chairs? Did I do anything wrong?

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