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Fonseca Show - with Aaron Fonseca 12/01/23

Today's Fonseca Show Best of Calls:


- The Daily Mail says Taylor Swift's publicist, Tree Paine, debunked rumors yesterday that Taylor married Joe Alwyn in 2020. Paine posted; 'Enough is enough with these fabricated lies about Taylor from Deuxmoi. There was NEVER a marriage or ceremony of ANY kind. This is an insane thing to post. It's time for you to be held accountable for the pain and trauma you cause with posts like these.’’

- KDVR says Sports Illustrated has named Deion Sanders as their 2023 Sportsperson of the Year. He received the award for transforming the University of Colorado's football program from a one-win team to a four-win hype machine.

- A new survey by LG Electronics reveals that 25% of people don't feel like adults until they reach their late 20’s. 6% of people don't feel like adults until they reach their late 30’s.

- Fox News says a Missouri man, named Aaron Norris, recently created a stunning mural of Tiger Woods using 25,000 golf tees. The artist spent more than 500 hours on the project. Aaron says his artwork is a tribute to Woods' career and resilience.

- The Wall Street Journal says McDonald's is making significant changes to its burgers in an effort to improve their taste. The fast food giant is making 50 modifications to make their burgers juicier. The changes are in response to pressure from competitors like Five Guys. The new burgers will debut in early 2024. McDonald's says some of the upgrades include more sauce on Big Macs, thicker brioche buns, rehydrated onions and cheese being taken out of refrigerators sooner so it melts more

- A new survey by reveals that 50% of people would choose to keep $1,000 if they found it on the street and no one witnessed them picking it up. Miami, Houston and Phoenix were hailed as the most trustworthy cities, with 59% of people prepared to surrender the money if claimed by the rightful owner.


New York Hotel Offering ‘’Home Alone’’ Movie Package For The Holidays: WGN says New York City’s Plaza Hotel is celebrating the holidays by offering a special package that allows guests to recreate scenes from the movie "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York." The package includes a private limo ride to filming locations, a large cheese pizza, and an over-the-top ice cream sundae. The sundae features 16 scoops of ice cream, whipped cream, cherries, M&M’s, brownie bits, chocolate, caramel, and raspberry sauce. The package costs between $2,000 and $4,000 depending on room type and size.

Man Flu Is Real: The Daily Star says the "Man Flu Is Real". Nutritionist Jenna Hope says men suffer more than women when sick due to their weaker immune system. The female immune system, with higher levels of estrogen and progesterone, is stronger than that of males because testosterone suppresses the immune system. This leads to men experiencing the effects of colds and flu more intensely

Selena Gomez tells People magazine that she lives with her grandparents. “I live with my grandparents so we’re always in the kitchen and we’re always cooking. We always have leftovers so I’m pretty sure I won’t be ordering in, it’s got to be something from home. I cannot eat rabbit. It freaks me out and makes me feel like I’m doing something wrong.’’

Olivia Rodrigo tells Variety magazine that her mantra in life, especially when weird or embarrassing things happen, is that she's just collecting stories for her memoir. ‘’I'm just here to collect fun memories that I can talk and write about later’’.

Koimoi says Shawn Mendes allegedly called Taylor Swift's ex-boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, a "villain" in an old video. Mendes reportedly said Alwyn has a "villain look" and could potentially turn into a villain.

Swifties react …

“and we all attacked shawn when he was saying the truth all along we owe him an apology”

“if only we listened to him before”

“OMG! He knew”

Taylor Swift tells Rolling Stone magazine that her goal is to be happy and creative. "People think you have to be sad or hurt to be truly creative. I'd like to think you don’t stop being creative once you get happy. My ultimate goal is to end up being happy. Most of the time."

Billie Eilish tells Los Angeles magazine that it's challenging to grow up in the public eye. "It's weird because you grow whether you want to or not. You change no matter what, and it's not like I can be like, 'Oh, I'm going to take a pause real quick so that I can grow as a person by myself and then go back.' That's not really an option."

Closer Weekly says Christie Brinkley is nominating Dolly Parton for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue because Dolly wore a cheerleading outfit at a Thanksgiving Day football game. Christie defended Dolly on Instagram: “Whoever had the nerve to suggest that the one and only Dolly Parton should dress her age should sit down! The fact that she can also rock a Dallas cheerleader outfit too, is inspiring and fun! You go girl! I’ll cut this short like your killer outfit and just say, I LOVE YOU DOLLY! Maybe @si_swimsuit is next?”

Adam Sandler tells Jennifer Hudson that his children dislike his Hawaiian shirts. “People talk to me a lot about it lately. I mean, that's just a man who opened a suitcase and threw stuff on. I don't know, it's, uh, my kids are mad at me ‘cause I wear those shirts now and said I'm sorry about it, every day I'm sorry for the way I dress.”

Variety Magazine says Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell is developing an unscripted dating show for women in their fifties called ‘’Is There Still Sex In The City?’’ The show will follow four women in a "cozy country chateau" as they navigate dating and explore relationships with different men.

The show's description reads, “They’ll try the boy toys, sample a senior age player, be romanced by the rich guys and even get to flirt with their fantasy man. But in the end, who will really steal their hearts, and will our ladies be able to bring the sex back to the city?”

Perez Hilton says 'Golden Bachelor' Gerry Turner has responded to a bombshell report that reveals he has been dating since his wife's passing. The website quotes him as saying, “I’ve dated a number of times since Toni’s passed, more recently than back closer to when she’s passed. For one reason or another, the attempts didn’t work out. I could give you a wide range of reasons, but it doesn’t really matter.”

The Daily Mail says Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce may move in together permanently if their trial period in his $6 million Kansas City mansion goes well. The couple, who have been dating since September, are reportedly "obsessed" with each other and have discussed starting a family. Her friends and family believe they are soulmates and will continue to cohabitate if their relationship continues to go well. A source tells the newspaper, 'For Taylor, it is about where her heart is - and right now her heart is in his home in Kansas City with the man that she loves.'

NBC says Mariska Hargitay has paid tribute to Taylor Swift by naming her new cat Karma. Swift named her cat after Hargitay’s ‘’Law and Order’’ character, Olivia Benson. Hargitay shared pictures of her cat on Instagram and tagged Swift. The two celebrities became friends after meeting at the Met Gala

The NY Post says a man, who was pummeled by Mike Tyson on a JetBlue flight, is demanding $450,000. Melvin Townsend claims he suffered injuries and damages when Tyson assaulted him. The settlement would cover Townsend's ongoing medical care, including therapy for head and neck pain, as well as depression and PTSD. Tyson's attorney refuses to cooperate and calls the request a "shakedown."

TMZ says Kelly Clarkson's ex-husband, and former manager, Brandon Blackstock, has been ordered to return $2.6 million to her. Blackstock allegedly charged Clarkson improperly for negotiating deals with The Voice and the Billboard Music Awards. A labor commissioner ruled that Blackstock was negotiating deals that only an agent should handle, not a manager.

Gizmodo says Tom Holland will only do Spider-Man 4 if it's worth it. He wants to protect the character's legacy and won't make another Spider-Man movie just for the sake of it. Holland wants to ensure that they can do justice to the character before moving forward. “I feel very, very lucky that we were able to work on a franchise that got better with each movie, that got more successful with each movie, which I think is really rare, and I want to protect his legacy. So, I won’t make another one for the sake of making another one. It will have to be worth the while of the character.”

Gossip Ireland says Ed Helms is willing to reunite with Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, and director Todd Phillips for another Hangover film. He says, “I mean, Bradley [Cooper], Zach [Galifianakis], [director] Todd [Philips] — these are some of my favorite people on the planet, so I would do anything with them. Oh my God, I would do anything with those guys.’’

Coffee Survey

A new survey by Nestlé reveals that coffee drinkers consume an average of 657 cups of coffee per year. Other findings:

- 71% of coffee drinkers consider it important to have at least one mug of coffee per day.

- 32% of coffee drinkers prefer their coffee very milky, while 16% take it black.

- 27% of people rely on coffee for an energy boost

- 48% of people enjoy the warmth and comfort coffee provides

- 25% of people have no idea where their coffee comes from

19% of people are uncertain how coffee is produced.

Driving Survey

A new survey by AAA reveals that 60% of drivers engage in dangerous driving behaviors. Other findings:

- 41.2% of people would call themselves a "Safe Driver"

- 22.7% of drivers are speeders

- 17.3% of people are distracted and aggressive drivers.

Tattoo Artist Refuses To Ink Names Of People's Significant Others

Business Insider says a New York City tattoo artist, named Mary Minahan, is going viral because she refuses to tattoo the names of significant others on people. She denies the requests because most people almost always break up with their significant other. Mary recommends getting a tattoo of a partner's nickname, a special date, or a symbol instead.

Dear Fonseca,

We had the first of our three client holiday parties on Tuesday night. Everything was going well until my top salesman got drunk and insulted my wife. She walked out of the party and is now demanding I fire him. If I terminate him, the company will lose a significant amount of money and I will then be forced to fire other employees to make up for the losses. My wife is refusing an apology and is sticking to her stance. I'm stuck in the middle and don't know what to do. What would you do if you were me? It's coming down to my marriage or my company. HELP!

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