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Fonseca Show Trending (Aaron Fonseca) 06/30/23


- NBC says Tiffany's famed flagship store in New York City caught on fire yesterday. No one was injured. The electrical fire was quickly extinguished by the NYFD. The store suffered bad smoke damage. It recently reopened in April after a three-year renovation

- The New York Post says Ocean Gate is still advertising Titanic trips despite the fatal implosion of their Titan submarine. The cost of a trip is still $250,000.

- WLKY says scalpers are now selling bottles of Sriracha sauce for as much as $120. Last week, scalpers were selling bottles for $30. A Sriracha shortage is occurring because of a shortage of chili peppers. A bottle of Sriracha sauce costs under $5

- Foodgressing says Cold Stone Creamery is celebrating the release of the new live-action Barbie movie with a new Barbie ice cream flavor. The pink cotton candy ice cream is infused with graham cracker pie crust, sprinkles and whipped cream

- PennLive says the meal kit provider Hello Fresh is celebrating National Pickle Month in July with a $30 Pickle Box that includes pickle flavored cotton candy, pickle flavored freeze pops and pickle flavored microwave popcorn.

- WGN-TV says 53-year-old supermodel Naomi Campbell has welcomed a baby boy into her life. This is her second child. No other information is available about the baby.

- The Toronto Sun says Kevin Costner believes his estranged wife, Christine, wants $250,000 a month in child support because she wants to use the money for plastic surgery.

- Total Pro Sports says YouTube star Jake Paul recently bought a new yellow Ferrari before it broke down an hour after he left the showroom. Jake paid $421,000 for his Ferrari 296 GTB


10 Lessons You Can Learn From Beyonce's Success … According to a new article by Finance Buzz

1. Pursue your passion

2. Networking is essential

3. It’s OK to be vulnerable at work sometimes

4. Your brand matters

5. Know and connect with your audience

6. Set the bar high for yourself

7. Focus on your physical and mental health to be your best self

8. Be relatable

9. Say thank you

10. Think outside the box

WGN TV says Fall Out Boy has released a cover of Billy Joel's song ''We Didn't Start The Fire''.

The Internet is crushing the band ...

“How’d you guys recreate We Didn’t Start The Fire and not mention the pandemic in the last few verses”

“Are you telling me Fall Out Boy made an updated We Didn’t Start The Fire except they missed the point about the events needing to be chronological and instead they just plugged in whatever rhymed”


Ed Sheeran tells Rolling Stone magazine that he considers himself a nerd. "I've called myself a nerd superstar. I think it's true. I'm an extremely nerdy person. My wife can tell you how completely uncool I am."

Pink tells Billboard magazine that she believes in an afterlife. "You don't have to be religious to think there's something that happens after this life.We have to go somewhere. Our spirits, our souls, can't just disappear. I truly believe there is something waiting for us on the other side."

Post Malone tells that it can be tiring to be a father. “I’ve had a lot of people ask me about my weight loss and why I seem so tired lately. I guess dad life has kicked in. Let me tell you, being a father is a 24/7 job and it can wear you out. I've also decided to quit drinking soda and start eating better so I can be around for a long time for my little angel."

Whiskey Riff says a Taylor Swift fan is going viral for skipping work and then wearing a disguise to her concert in Cincinnati. The fan placed a rose-colored blanket over their head and was wearing rose colored glasses when they arrived from Louisville at 2:45 a.m. A news reporter interviewed the fan. She said she had to wear the disguise because she blew off work to take an 11 year-old to the show.

Giant Freakin Robot says Tom Cruise is developing a sequel to ''Days of Thunder''.''Top Gun: Maverick'' director Joseph Kosinski is involved with the project. Tom and Nicole Kidman starred in the 1990 racing movie. The new plot is being kept a secret.

OK! magazine claims Vanna White allegedly wants $7.5 million to continue turning letters on ''Wheel Of Fortune". A source tells the magazine that she is currently making $3 million a year. "After 41 years as a model employee and more the face of that show than him [Pat], asking for 50 [percent] of what he makes seems like a no-brainer. She feels like it's a statement for all women. Negotiations have been very difficult. She is not afraid to walk away if higher-ups don't meet her price. Her request is "a minimum of what is fair."

Geo TV says Madonna is continuing to recover from a serious bacterial infection.A source tells the news outlet that she wants to continue touring once she is better. “She doesn’t want to cancel her tour. She was having a blast in rehearsals and wants to get back to it when she’s ready. She had been putting in 12-hour days. She was strenuously rehearsing and putting in the work. She’s game to eventually hit the road, but her team doesn’t want to push her.” A source tells the Daily Mail, ''For the past couple of days, no one really knew which direction this was going to turn, and her family was preparing for the worst. That is why it was kept a secret since Saturday. Everyone believed that we may lose her and that has been the reality of the situation.''

A source tells the New York Post, “She is vomiting uncontrollably and is bedridden inside her New York City home.''

Kelly Clarkson tells the Las Culturistas podcast that her celebrity crush is Pedro Pascal. "I love Pedro. Like, he's funny! God, he was good. He's my type of guy. I like funny and, well, hot as hell."

WGN TV says Fall Out Boy has released a cover of Billy Joel's song ''We Didn't Start The Fire''.

The Internet is crushing the band ...

“How’d you guys recreate We Didn’t Start The Fire and not mention the pandemic in the last few verses”

“Are you telling me Fall Out Boy made an updated We Didn’t Start The Fire except they missed the point about the events needing to be chronological and instead they just plugged in whatever rhymed”


Arnold Schwarzenegger tells People magazine that his 1984 movie, ''The Terminator'', predicted Chat GPT and AI (artificial intelligence). "Given that "at that time we (had) scratched the surface of AI, artificial intelligence. Think about that. Now over the course of decades, it has become a reality. So it's not any more fantasy or kind of futuristic. It is here today. And so this is the extraordinary writing of Jim Cameron. I can only take credit of the character that I played and the way I played it. But I mean, he has created this character. He has written it so well, he's written the movie so well, and that's why he is, you know, the number one director in the world.”

The Daily Mail says "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajack attended an Air Supply concert in Hawaii this week. He was seen "rocking out" with his family days after Ryan Seacrest was announced as the next "Wheel" host. Pat was wearing a purple and blue Hawaiian shirt. He waved his phone in the air during one of the band's ballads.

Sarah Jessica Parker says she and Matthew Broderick have never spent a night apart in 31 years. People magazine quotes her as saying, “We were both seeing other people, so it was illegal, and we stayed away from one another. We understood that we had to do right by the other people and break up officially. We had our first official date on March 8 of 1992 and we’ve been together ever since. We have never spent a night apart since then, with the exception of work on location, or his mother was ill for a bit so he went to take care of her, but from that first night, we’ve never been apart. I liked his person very much. He’s so smart, he’s so funny, I like this choice of friends, the way he was living in New York, what was important to him, how he kind of traveled around the city. Really smart and really talented and he was, I thought, so beautiful and handsome and charming.”

Top 10 Best (Worst) Pick-up Lines … According to a new article by The Daily Mail

1. Is your name WI-FI? Because I'm feeling a connection - 16%

2. Is your name Google? Cause you're what I've been searching for - 15%

3. Are you a parking ticket? Cause you've got 'fine' written all over you - 15%

4. Should we get coffee? Cause I like you a latte - 14%

5. Are you on loan? As you've got my interest - 14%

6. If being beautiful was a crime, you'd be on the most wanted list - 13%

7. If I said you had a beautiful body, would you hold it against me? - 13%

8. What number should I use to text you goodnight? - 13%

9. I believe in following my dreams... so lead the way - 13%

10. Do you work at NASA? Because your beauty is out of this world - 12%

Top Signs A Dog Is Part Of The Family … According to a new survey by Vitabiotics SuperDog

You celebrate their birthday

You give them a nickname as well as their actual name

You've got pictures of them in your house

You can't imagine life with another dog

You include them in your Christmas family photos

They sleep on the bed with you

You're always showing people pictures of them

They have their own space on the sofa

You're happier staying in with them than going on a night with friends

You pack a bag for your dog when you go away

Dear Fonseca,

My family and I are taking a road trip this holiday weekend. Three kids and two dogs is quite a lot in the SUV. We're sedating the dogs because they don't do well on long trips. As I was buying their medication I also thought that I might be able to do the same with my three kids. I'm thinking about giving them Benadryl to mellow them out otherwise it's going to be non-stop yelling and fighting for several hours. I'll give them a small dose and see what happens. My husband thought I was kidding when I brought the idea up to him. What do you think about my plan? I'd be curious to know if any other parents have done the same thing? Is this wrong?

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