- WDIV says Chevy is producing an electric Corvette. It will be available in 2023.
- The NY Post says JC Penney wants to buy Kohls for $8.6 billion
- Bevnet says Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan and his wife, Hillarie, have launched a new beverage line called MF Libations. They are selling whiskey and gin.
- The Verge says famed director JJ Abrams is teaming with Warner Brothers for a new live action Hot Wheels movie. Plot details are being kept a secret
- Deadline Hollywood says a remake of ''Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead'' is being developed. Tyra Banks has joined the cast and will play a fashion executive in the film.
- UPI says David Rush, of Idaho, set a new world record by balancing a chainsaw on his chin for 37 minutes and 56 seconds. He beat the previous record by 17 minutes. Rush says, "I was focused and could have even gone a little longer but I backed into the fireplace with my legs and couldn't keep my chin in the chainsaw."
- A new survey by AT&T reveals that the average gamer spends $58,000 over the course of their life on gaming.
The Daily Record says one of Sean Connery's Pablo Picasso paintings is being auctioned off. He bought the $19 million-dollar painting several years before his death. Proceeds from the sale are going to charities in Scotland and the Bahamas. The painting shows a contorted face
Sharon Osbourne tells The Sunday Times newspaper that she looked like a mummy following a recent plastic surgery. “I had a full facelift done in October and I looked like one of those mummies that they wrap with bandages. It hurt like hell. You have no idea. I’m telling you, it was horrendous. To the surgeon I’m, like, ‘You’ve got to be joking.’ One eye was different to the other. I looked like a Cyclops. I’m, like, ‘All I need is a hunchback.’”
E! News says Shailene Woodley is done with Aaron Rodgers. A source tells the network, "Shailene tried to give it another shot and was spending time with Aaron. But she quickly saw that everything was on his terms and nothing was going to change. There was no reason to continue and she's done with it again."
OK! magazine claims Ben Affleck has allegedly turned into a groomzilla while planning his wedding to Jennifer Lopez. A source tells the magazine,“They have very different views about what type of wedding they should have. She wants an extravagant, celebrity-studded extravaganza as well as a grandiose reception. And this time, he’s wanting to be super-involved in the preparations, which has caused Jen a bit of a problem. Ben is rumoured to be acting like a groomzilla! He’d enjoy something on the smaller side, with only family and close friends. He says Jen may still select the colour scheme and flower arrangements — and, of course, whatever dress she wants — but he wants ultimate say on the food and music, including their first dance. Jen isn’t accustomed to being flexible and not controlling the show. She has, however, learnt from her blunders. She’s giving up this time so that he may relax as they plan their future together.”
Mike Tyson tells the Hotboxin' Podcast that he is open to fighting YouTube star Jake Paul in a boxing match. “Let’s do it Jakey, God wouldn’t that be cool? I worry about him getting in trouble before the fight happened. I’d tell him, ‘Hey man, you’re going to go for jail for real, chill out.’ This dude’s crazy, he would be throwing stuff at people, bottles and stuff.”
Uproxx says three new Star Wars-scented candles are about to go on sale.
Endor, inspired by the Ewok-inhabited Forest Moon, smells like wild fern and pine needles.
Tatooine has hints of Juniper and desert shrub
Death Star smells like smoked amber and forged steel
New Idea magazine says Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth allegedly want to join the latest 90210 reboot. A source tells the magazine that the actresses have asked producers to reconsider their decision not to cast them. “Tori and Jennie are determined to change their minds, Despite being left out of her dad’s will, Tori still has sway with the estate holders. They will be sorely tempted to bring Tori and the old cast back on board”
Tom Brady tells Complex magazine that he now thinks he could play until age 50. ''I do think I could play till 50. But I don’t think I will just because I know the commitment that it takes. I know the commitment that it takes for me at 44 and 45. I worked out today and it’s a big commitment and I’m away from my 14-year-old son and my 12-year-old son and my nine-year-old daughter. And they deserve my time and energy and they’re getting older.''
Man Marries Hologram Singer: The Daily Mail says a Japanese man, named Akihiko Kondo, is going viral because he married a hologram singer named Hatsune Miku. He says they dated for 10 years before getting hitched. She wore a white gown while he wore a black tuxedo. Kondo says his wife pulled him out of a deep depression. He can no longer talk to Miku because her vocal software was terminated
Personality Profile: You Car Reveals Your Personality … According to a new survey by the online auto marketplace Santander
SUV owners always put loved one's first
Hatchback owners are loyal and reliable
4 X4 owners like the freedom of going anywhere, anytime
Top Five Gifts Moms Want For Mother's Day ... According to a new survey by the National Retail Federation
a card with a heartfelt message
a gift certificate to a spa or for a massage
Parents Support Their Adult Children
A new survey by Savings.com reveals that 50% of parents financially support their adult children. Other findings:
- parents dole out $1,000 a month, on average, to support an adult child
- top things parents pay for for their adult children .... food, cell phone bill, health insurance and auto insurance
- 62% of adult children don't contribute to household expenses
A new survey by Queen's University reveals that children, between the ages of 6 and 11, spend 83% of their day daydreaming. 25% of children daydream when they should be listening
My 12 year-old son has become extremely lazy over the last several months. He's been waking up late for school and making me late for work. I finally had enough on Friday so yesterday he stood outside of his school with a sign that read: ''I'm lazy and make my mom late for work.'' I got a call from the school and several parents. They were upset with my son's punishment. They said it was irresponsible parenting, embarrassing and cruel. I disagree and think it taught him a lesson. Who's right ... me or them?