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Fonseca Show Trending (Aaron Fonseca) 08/23/23

Today's Fonseca Show Best Calls:


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- Entertainment Tonight says Serena Williams and her husband, Alexis Ohanian, recently welcomed their second child. She had a daughter named Adira River Ohanian. Adira is now a little sister to Olympia, who is 5 years old.

- The Daily Mail says Krispy Kreme is selling dog-friendly doughnuts in honor of National Dog Day on August 26th. The doughnuts are available until September 3rd

- Metro News says KFC has teamed up with Proper Snacks to create fried chicken-flavored popcorn. The popcorn is coated in KFC's blend of 11 herbs and spices.

- Mashed magazine says Aldi is capitalizing on the Pumpkin Spice craze by selling two new pumpkin-flavored pasta sauces. Flavors include Pumpkin Chipotle and Pumpkin and Butternut Squash - WPLG says Wendy's is adding a loaded nacho cheeseburger and nacho fries to its menu. The burger has cheese, roasted poblano queso, spicy corn, tortilla strips, spicy chipotle sauce, lettuce, and tomato.


- Comicbook.com claims DiGiorno is launching a Pineapple Pickle Pizza for a limited time starting on September 5th.

- Foodbeast says Pepperidge Farm has teamed up with Dunkin' Donuts to bring back Goldfish Dunkin' Pumpkin Spice Grahams. The limited edition snack has pumpkin, donut glaze, and warm spices like cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. They are available now and cost $3.69

- Sky News says young adults are receiving inappropriate text messages from food delivery drivers. Over 30% of people, ages 18 to 34, have been sent an unwanted message. The drivers are asking for dates

- NME magazine says Britney Spears' Broadway musical, Once Upon A One More Time, is closing after three months. The musical started on March 13th and will end on September 3rd. The show used Spears' songs and was about a fairytale


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Aliens May Send Us Message Today:


The Daily Mail says scientists at the University of Hyogo in Japan are waiting for a possible response from aliens. In 1983, two Japanese astronomers sent radio signals towards a star called Altair. The message had 13 drawings that showed life on Earth. Today might be the day aliens send a message back. A team of astronomers is using a large radio telescope to listen for the response. Altair is 16.7 light years away.



Luke Combs tells AmericanSongwriter.com that he originally wanted to be a detective. “I wanted to be a homicide detective. People are pretty surprised by it… if you’ve noticed, I don’t actually have the physical build of a police officer. Solving the puzzle was the intriguing part of me, which is what I love so much about writing song. It’s a puzzle that has no pieces. So you make the pieces and then you have to put them together. That’s the thing I enjoy so much about writing music.”


Taylor Swift tells The USA Today newspaper that she's happier now than she's ever been in her life. "I have a great life and an amazing fanbase. Feeling their love and support wash over me at my shows makes me so happy that I could cry. Everything is going so great for me right now."


Olivia Rodrigo tells JustJared.com that she wants to be a mother one day. “I’m so excited to experience motherhood one of these days. I think about it all the time.”



Miley Cyrus tells Billboard magazine that she may use her wilder moments to embarrass her children one day. “I know I used to be wild, maybe too wild at some points. I still don't think I would change who I was or what I did. If nothing else, they'll make for great stories to embarrass my children with.”


Gwen Stefani tells Glamour magazine that her family is the most important thing in her life. "I think being able to have, not just like romantic love, but having a family and being a mom and all of those things are just the most important things and there's no doubt about it.”


Madonna tells Interview magazine that taking care of yourself can make you a boring person. “Your vocal cords are muscles, so you do need to learn how to take care of yourself. Partying is not a big part of taking care of your vocal cords. So you end up being the most boring person on the road.”



New Idea magazine says Meghan Markle might star in "The Bodyguard 2" with Kevin Costner. Costner once talked with Princess Diana about doing a movie together. A source tells the magazine, "The only thing Kevin loves more than an underdog like Meghan is a box office hit."


Marca magazine says Madonna wants Britney Spears to join her on tour. A source tells the magazine, “Madonna originally wanted Britney to join her on tour this year. Everything was pushed back because of her illness, but she still wants Britney to join her at the Kia Forum.”



The New York Post says Sam Asghari couldn't handle Britney Spears' freedom after her 13-year conservatorship ended. Sam recently filed for a divorce from Britney after 14 months of marriage. A source tells the newspaper, Britney could be argumentative at times, but also felt like Sam didn’t let her do a lot of things without him. Before Britney’s conservatorship ended, Sam was very supportive. Once it ended, Britney felt very free, but that eventually changed based on certain dynamics in her relationship with Sam.”

Another source says, “Britney will never let another person control her, and she felt like that was starting to happen again.’’


TMZ says Britney Spears and Sam Asghari have agreed to split custody of their five dogs. Britney will keep her Yorkie, Hannah, an Australian Shepherd named Sawyer, and two other smaller dogs. Sam will keep the Doberman Porsha. A source says, "Both Sam and Britney are happy with the agreement on how the dogs were split."


The Sun says Prince Harry has allegedly used a secret spray on his hair to hide his bald spot. A leading hair loss and hair transplant expert believes Harry used Nanogen hair fibers for instant thickness. A source tells the newspaper, "This is an A-list celeb secret and helps many when they need to thicken their hair up instantly for a photo shoot or a movie."



OK! Magazine says Jennifer Aniston is being careful about dating because of her past heartbreaks. A source tells the magazine, "She’s very selective about who she’ll let into her heart again. She also knows that she doesn’t need a man by her side to be happy. That’s huge growth for her. She may have lonely nights at times, but she’s at peace with being alone. She’s confident love will come again."


Jennifer Aniston tells the Wall Street Journal that she has had enough of cancel culture. “I’m so over cancel culture. I probably just got canceled by saying that. I just don’t understand what it means.… Is there no redemption? I don’t know. I don’t put everybody in the Harvey Weinstein basket.”


InStyle Weekly magazine says Adam Sandler and his wife, Jackie, send flowers to Jennifer Aniston every Mother's Day. The two actors have been friends for over 20 years. Aniston recently spoke openly about her struggles with fertility treatments. A source tells the magazine, "Aniston, who does not have children, says Sandler and his wife send her flowers every Mother’s Day."


The Wall Street Journal says Jennifer Aniston recently tried a salmon-sperm facial to look younger. She is not sure if it worked. “First of all, I said, ‘Are you serious? How do you get salmon’s sperm?’” Aniston gets weekly anti-aging peptide injections and drinks collagen peptides.



Page Six says Rumer Willis recently admitted her daughter Louetta's name came from a texting typo. She and her boyfriend, Derek Richard Thomas, intended to name their girl Loretta. Rumer loved the typo and kept the name Louetta. She says, “I was like, ‘Oh, I love that!’. I feel like it was one of those kind of divine intervention universe moments, and we figured it out actually quite early in my pregnancy.”TMZ says Britney Spears and Sam Asghari have agreed to split custody of their five dogs. Britney will keep her Yorkie, Hannah, an Australian Shepherd named Sawyer, and two other smaller dogs. Sam will keep the Doberman Porsha. A source says, "Both Sam and Britney are happy with the agreement on how the dogs were split."


The Sun says Prince Harry has allegedly used a secret spray on his hair to hide his bald spot. A leading hair loss and hair transplant expert believes Harry used Nanogen hair fibers for instant thickness. A source tells the newspaper, "This is an A-list celeb secret and helps many when they need to thicken their hair up instantly for a photo shoot or a movie."


OK! Magazine says Jennifer Aniston is being careful about dating because of her past heartbreaks. A source tells the magazine, "She’s very selective about who she’ll let into her heart again. She also knows that she doesn’t need a man by her side to be happy. That’s huge growth for her. She may have lonely nights at times, but she’s at peace with being alone. She’s confident love will come again."



Jennifer Aniston tells the Wall Street Journal that she has had enough of cancel culture. “I’m so over cancel culture. I probably just got canceled by saying that. I just don’t understand what it means.… Is there no redemption? I don’t know. I don’t put everybody in the Harvey Weinstein basket.”


InStyle Weekly magazine says Adam Sandler and his wife, Jackie, send flowers to Jennifer Aniston every Mother's Day. The two actors have been friends for over 20 years. Aniston recently spoke openly about her struggles with fertility treatments. A source tells the magazine, "Aniston, who does not have children, says Sandler and his wife send her flowers every Mother’s Day."


The Wall Street Journal says Jennifer Aniston recently tried a salmon-sperm facial to look younger. She is not sure if it worked. “First of all, I said, ‘Are you serious? How do you get salmon’s sperm?’” Aniston gets weekly anti-aging peptide injections and drinks collagen peptides.


Page Six says Rumer Willis recently admitted her daughter Louetta's name came from a texting typo. She and her boyfriend, Derek Richard Thomas, intended to name their girl Loretta. Rumer loved the typo and kept the name Louetta. She says, “I was like, ‘Oh, I love that!’. I feel like it was one of those kind of divine intervention universe moments, and we figured it out actually quite early in my pregnancy.”



Smartphones Essential For Modern Parenting

A new study by OnePoll reveals that 43% of parents have "no idea" how to raise their children without smartphones. Other findings:

- 61% of parents say smartphones are the most helpful tool in parenting

- 77% of parents use their phones up to 77 times per week for childcare advice

- Mothers and fathers regularly use smartphones to shop for their kids


Infla-Dating Is Trending

Forbes magazine says Infla-Dating is trending because singles are choosing budget-friendly dates due to inflation. A recent survey by Plenty of Fish reveals that 48% of single millennials and Gen Z’ers like low-cost dates because they find them more interesting and creative.



Kitchen Intimidation Survey

A new survey by Fresh Express reveals that 25% of people are intimidated by cooking in their own kitchen. Other findings:

- 29% of people are overwhelmed by recipes

- 45% of people say recipes for international foods have too many steps or ingredients

- 43% of survey participants admitted to making even the simplest recipes unnecessarily complicated

- Top international dishes people love to eat but fear making at home … pasta from scratch (34%), Beef Wellington (33%), sushi (27%), enchiladas (25%), and pad thai (25%)


Kids Lose Sleep Due To Screens: HealthDay says a new survey by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) reveals that video games, social media, homework, and extracurricular activities are keeping kids awake at night. Half of parents blame video games while 44% blame social media for their children’s poor sleep. Experts recommend restricting screen time before bed and setting up a relaxing nighttime routine for better sleep.


Relationship Approval Survey

A new survey by Dating.com reveals that people no longer seek approval from friends and family for their significant other. Other findings:

- 57% of people would end a friendship with someone who disapproved of their partner

- 71% of people say their friends' opinions have little to no impact on their choice of a romantic partner

- 54% of people believe the disapproval they experience from a friend or relative is due to jealousy

- 92% of people would seek relationship approval from their mom if they were to seek it from anyone



Dear Fonseca,

I was dropping my kids off at school when another parent confronted me because she saw them splitting an energy drink. The other mother told me I was irresponsible and that my kids had no business drinking something with that much caffeine before school. My children are in 3rd and 5th grade. I only give them the energy drink when they are dragging. It gives them lots of pep and keeps them awake in class. I think it's wrong that another parent is telling me how to parent. I don't think there's anything wrong with my kids downing an energy drink before school. I'm monitoring them and making sure it doesn't become a habit. What are your thoughts on this? Am I a bad parent or smart because my kids are alert when they arrive at class?



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