- Radar Online claims Tom Brady is allegedly dating a mystery blonde. A source tells the website, "He just wants to make Gisele jealous and project the image that he's a happy bachelor who's got it made."
- NBC says Reba McEntire is replacing Blake Shelton as a coach on ''The Voice''.Niall Horan, John Legend and Gwen Stefani are all returning for season 24
- Totally the Bomb says chocolate-covered pickles are trending. Some people are using toothpicks to dip mini dill pickles in warm chocolate while others are dipping full size kosher pickles in chocolate before coating them with salt.
- A new survey by the market research firm the Circana Group reveals that 50% of people snack three or more times a day. That's up 8% from 2021
- Pizza Marketplace says CiCi's is now selling a 64-slice pizza called the Piezilla. It feeds 15 people and costs $50
- Gizmodo says Disney is opening a theme park based on the movie ''Frozen''.The park is part of Hong Kong Disneyland's expansion. It will open later this year.
- LAD Bible says a Montreal dog park has banned dogs from barking. Dogs that bark could be fined $1,500. A city council member says, "This was intended to help reduce the nuisance experienced by the neighborhood of this dog park."
Coffee Prices Rising Again: Bloomberg says coffee prices are rising again because of a coffee bean shortage. People are drinking more instant coffee and supermarket coffee brands because they are less expensive than gourmet coffee and coffee sold at expensive chains. Inflation is also causing people to switch to cheaper coffee.
Pink tells Billboard magazine that she's proud of all of the younger women in the music industry. "You got all these women out here changing the game. Women like Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, SZA. They're forcing people to realize just how good female singers can be."
Sports Illustrated says Kim Petras is one of four new cover models for the 2023 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
Complex magazine says The Weeknd is now using his real name, Abel Tesfaye, on Twitter and Instagram.
Taylor Swift tells Vogue magazine that women shouldn't try to force their bodies to be something they're not. "There's always some standard of beauty that you're not meeting. It's all just impossible. Just let your body be what it wants to be. Don't chase fashion trends or you'll never stop running after them."
Miley Cyrus tells NPR.org that she's not ashamed of her past. "I'm not afraid of who I used to be. Everything I've done, everything I've gone through, has shaped me into who I am today. I love who I've become, so I have to love the process that created who I am."
Kane Brown tells People magazine that he loves being a girl dad. "It's amazing. My one-year-old has a crazy personality now, smiling all the time, saying Daddy. My three-year-old tells me she loves me if I get her juice. 'I love you, Dad' is like the best feeling in the world and just playing and running around the house. Her scream is so loud. It hurts your ears, but it's just fun knowing she's enjoying herself."
SZA tells People magazine that her bad experiences in school helped shape who she is now. “I wasn't a quiet kid, and I was awkward at the same time. Bad combination. But I realize that all the things that made me feel so lame were actually what made me into who I am. It's like I've found my tribe. My fans have all gone through the same [stuff] I did. So we're like a big therapy group. We tell each other that we're not alone.”
The NY Post says 81-year-old Martha Stewart has become Sports Illustrated's oldest Swimsuit Issue cover model. She tells NBC that she spent months preparing for the photo shoot. “To be on the cover at my age was a challenge. And I think I met the challenge. I didn’t starve myself, but I didn’t eat any bread or pasta for a couple of months. I went to pilates every other day and that was great; I’m still going to pilates every other day ’cause it’s so great. And I just, I live a clean life anyway — good diet and good exercise and healthy skin care and all of that stuff.'' Martha is shown wearing a one-piece white bathing suit with an orange cover
TMZ's new Britney Spears documentary reveals that she and Sam Asghari are having marriage problems. Security allegedly has to break up their screaming matches. The website says Sam often stays somewhere other than his home at night.
New Idea magazine claims Tom Cruise is allegedly jealous that Brad Pitt is going to star in an F1 racing movie A source tells the magazine, “Over the years, they have steered clear of each other. A lot of people don’t realise this, but Brad and Tom competed for so many roles; it was actually ridiculous. Their rivalry is one of the industry’s best-kept secrets. I can imagine Tom’s nose might be a bit out of joint over this. Brad is kind of stepping on his turf a little, No doubt that has ruffled a few feathers too.''
Sylvester Stallone says he got Al Pacino to appear on his new reality TV show, "The Family Stallone", by asking him to go for a piece of pizza. “I said, ‘Al, they pull you back in!’ No, I literally called him up in the afternoon and said, ‘Hey, why don’t we have a piece of pizza at Mulberry Street Pizza right in Beverly Hills?’ He goes, ‘Sure!’ So, he’s sitting down there, and the cameras pop out from behind trash cans, behind cars. He goes, ‘What is this? What is this? I’m on a reality show? Oh my god.’ And I was expecting him to go, ‘I can’t do this. I’m outta here.’ No. He really enjoyed it! He came alive. He came up with some very funny things. He stayed there for, like, half an hour.”
Rolling Stone magazine says Jamie Foxx is launching a new game show called ''We Are Family''. Disguised celebrities will perform duets with their relatives. Audience members will then try to guess, which celeb is singing. The show is going to offer $100,000 prizes
TMZ says Jamie Foxx is rehabbing in Chicago. He is at a facility that specializes in stroke recovery and traumatic brain injuries. Jamie has been at the facility since late April. His family won't say why he was hospitalized
The NY Post says Kim Kardashian and Tom Brady have become friends now that she is looking to buy a vacation home in the same Bahamian neighborhood he lives in. A source tells the newspaper, “Kim really likes Tom. She phoned him and asked him for his advice on Baker’s Bay.” Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez, Michel Jordan, Justin Timberlake and Reese Witherspoon also own homes in the neighborhood.
The NY Post says a man recently tried to deliver a gift to Lady Gaga's Malibu, California home. Her security team stopped the man as he was laying flowers on her driveway. Deputies did not charge the man because no crime had occurred. Gaga is refusing to comment on the flowers
Michael J Fox tells Variety magazine that he doesn't care if ''Back to the Future'' gets rebooted. “I’m not fanatical. Do what you want. It’s your movie. I got paid already. I don’t think it needs rebooting because are you going to clarify something? You’re going to find a better way to tell the story? I doubt it.”
Christopher Lloyd, aka Doc Brown, says, “I would love to do a sequel, but I think Bob Zemeckis and [producer Steven] Spielberg felt that they told the story in the three episodes. But if somebody has a brilliant idea that would justify a fourth film it might happen.”
Coffee And Work Survey
A new survey by OnePoll reveals that the average worker spends 50 hours per year purchasing coffee drinks during their workday. Other findings:
- the average worker spends $2,800 per year on coffee
- 66% of workers say coffee is their preferred first drink of the day
- 47% of workers prefer iced coffee in the morning
- 30% of workers drink flavored water in the morning
- 77% of coffee drinkers need two or more cups to feel productive during the workday
- 24% of workers say Monday is the day when they need coffee the most
- 60% of workers use coffee to improve their mood at work
- 26% of workers want to be able to brew different kinds of beverages at work
- 80% employees say of having free beverages as an office "perk" would make them feel valued
New Dating Term Trending
Tyla magazine says 'submarining' is the newest dating term. It's defined as ''when somebody you're speaking to disappears without a trace, then resurfaces and pops back into your DMs like nothing has happened, without so much of an excuse or reason.''
Dating coach Jonathan Bennett tells the website, "Submarining behaviour appears to be driven by entitlement and narcissism. People who submarine you assume that they can just instantly jump back in your life as if nothing happened and without any consequences. It’s ultimately insulting because it implies that you have no other options and should be grateful to hear from them.''
14 Worst Foods For Weight Loss ... According to a new article by The Daily Record
1. Jelly doughnuts
3. Coconut oil
5. Fried chicken
6. Added-sugar fruit juice
7. Sugary cereals
9. Microwave burger in a bun
10. White sugar
11. Deep fried breaded cheese
13. High protein chocolate bars
14. White chocolate
I got into a HUGE and embarrassing argument at the gym last Saturday. A woman caught me staring at her. She was wearing spandex short shorts and a jogging bra. She made a scene and blasted me for looking at her. I don't think I did anything wrong. She has a great body and was wearing clothing that is going to draw attention from men. If she doesn't want the attention than she shouldn't wear the clothing. It's not my fault that she did. I'm a guy and looking at hot women is what we do. Do you think she overreacted? Am I owed an apology? Is it her fault or mine?