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Fonseca Trending 04/28/21

- No one won last night's Mega Millions lottery jackpot meaning Friday's drawing is worth $319 million with a lump sum cash payout of $218.7 million.

- The Centers for Disease Control says vaccinated people no longer need to wear coronavirus masks during outdoor activities.

- The CDC says continuing to use Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine will save 1,400 lives in the next six months.

- Yardbarker says the Milwaukee Bucks are offering covid-19 vaccines to fans, who attend this Sunday's game against the Nets.

- Showbiz411 says an average of 5.5 million people watched Aaron Rodgers' second week as host of ''Jeopardy''.Ellen's talk show continues to tank as 900,000 viewers a day watched it last week. 1.7 million people a day watch Kelly and Ryan and Dr. Phil

- CNN says sales of Crocs jumped by 64% in the first quarter of 2021. The company made $460 million. They expect revenue to jump by 50% this year because people are dressing more casual due to the pandemic

- PR Newswire says Ben & Jerry's is releasing a new flavor called Totally Unbaked. The chocolate and vanilla ice cream has chocolate chip cookie dough and brownie batter swirls. It is available for a limited time

- Adweek says Goldfish Crackers and Frank's RedHot Sauce have teamed for a new hot sauce-flavored cracker that will debut next month.


Tate McRae tells Cosmopolitan magazine that her emotions come out when she's writing music. “I’m a pretty hard shell but I’m super sensitive on the inside. I collect a lot of emotions and build it up inside until I get into a writing session and then I spill everything. The only way I cope with things is if I release all my thoughts. It is my subconscious brain speaking when I get into a writing session. Writing is the biggest way to get something out of me.”

Olivia Rodrigo tells Elle magazine that there's power in being vulnerable. “There’s something so powerful in being vulnerable and open, like, ‘This is my life, and I’m sad.’ Or, ‘I’m insecure’. That’s what makes songwriting so special.”

Bruno Mars tells The San Diego Union-Tribune newspaper that he's still a student of music. “I take the artist side of what I do very seriously. I feel it’s my job to continue being a student of music if I want to continue being an artist and a producer of other artists. You have to keep filling your mind with other music. You have to be ahead of the curve.”

Justin Bieber tells that his rose tattoo has a special meaning. “The rose is a reminder of self-acceptance. It's there to remind me that, even though I'm flawed, beauty shines even through rough edges. ”

Ace Showbiz says Britney Spears’ father, Jamie, blasted his ex-wife and her mother, Lynn, in a new legal filing.Documents read: ‘’Lynne has not been involved in their daughter's conservatorship until very recently, and she is now raising objections to fees related to matters that she has no knowledge of. Lynne was causing undue delay and expense in the administration of the Conservatorship, and ironically, stirring up more unnecessary media attention."

Britney responded: "It’s ok if they don’t understand you …. It’s ok if they don’t believe in you ... It’s ok if they laugh at you !!!! No one is you and THAT IS YOUR POWER’’

Vulture magazine says Britney wants to speak at her upcoming conservatorship hearing.

The Daily Mail says Randy Quaid is seriously considering running against Caitlyn Jenner for Governor of California. He tweeted: ''I’m seriously considering running for governor. The prosecutorial corruption in California (esp Santa Barbara & the Bell scandal) is rampant; and I promise that if elected I will clean up the District Attorney Offices throughout the state. '#RandyQuaid4CAGOV'''

Michael B Jordan was recently doing an interview with Jake's Tales when he was asked about playing Superman in the upcoming Superman reboot. He said, "You hear the whispers and the rumors and stuff like that and it’s just a compliment. You know, I appreciate people that think about me in that type of way for these roles. I don’t really have anything more to give on that other than it’s just flattering and I appreciate it. But, you know, whoever they get or if it goes that way, I think it’ll be an interesting thing to see. I don’t know. I don’t really know what is going with that in particular, but I think everybody’s want and desire to see Black leads in heroic roles I think is really, really important. Representation is important.''

The NY Post claims Tristan Thompson allegedly cheated on Khloe Kardashian again. Instagram model Sydney Chase tells the paper, “He told me he was not in a relationship anymore, so I said OK. We talked, we hung out multiple times, we went out together, everything. It happened, and then I found out he was not single, and I cut him off.''

Sydney later posted: “In the interview, things got misconstrued while we were drinking. We first met [in] November — November 11th to be exact — and that’s when everything started. And then the last time we had contact — besides when he messaged me after finding out about the interview — it was the day after his daughter’s birthday party ….”

The NY Post says Danica Patrick recently rescued one of her puppies from coyotes. Danica suffered bruising and scratching on her face, neck, legs and arms. She posted a picture of her face along with the caption: “Mom coming in hot to save my baby from the coyotes. You should see my face! I’m looking for you coyotes. In the meantime the tree branches found my face.''

OK! magazine claims James Corden has allegedly become grumpy since losing 20 pounds on Weight Watchers. A source tells the magazine, “He looks great, but he hasn’t been much fun to be around. He’s hangry. You can’t blame him. Overhauling your lifestyle is no easy feat but people miss the jolly old James. He made such a big deal about getting healthy that he’s got to see this through.''

The Daily Mail says SNL star Pete Davidson is under fire for breaking quarantine rules. He allegedly violated guidelines by flying from New York to London to visit his girlfriend. He didn't quarantine. Passengers arriving in the U.K. from the United States are required to isolate at home for 10 days.

Brobible says an IHOP employee, named Dayanna Rodas, went viral yesterday after a video showed her telling Adam Sandler that he would have to wait 30 minutes for a table. Adam decided not to wait and left with his daughter.

Dayanna posted: “Pleaseee come back. Not realizing its Adam Sandler and telling him its a 30min wait and him ofc leaving bc hes not going to wait 30mins for IHOP.”

The Rock's strength coach, Dave Rienzi, tells MovieWeb that there will be no padding in The Rock's Black Adam superhero costume. "It's a fun process when you have someone like [Johnson] who is so driven, disciplined, and determined to do the work. There's a continuously evolving vision that we are always working towards. We've been building up to the Black Adam movie for a while, with this goal of creating a real-life superhero physique... with no padded superhero suit necessary."

Entertainment Tonight says Tom Cruise saved Elisabeth Shue from spinning helicopter blades on the set of their 1987 movie ''Cocktail''. Aerial camera operator Bill Bennett says, “Tom saw where Elisabeth was going. Tom is a pilot, rated in both airplanes and helicopters, and instantly saw the danger. He lunged after her, but only was able grab her legs, tackling her to the ground. He rolled her over, dragging her at the same time, and you could see the momentary anger on her face while she was yelling “Why did you do that?’ But by that time he is pointing at the tail rotor which is now a couple feet away, screaming at her that she almost died. At that point she turned white, and he pulled her back towards the front of the helicopter and they walked away. All of us in the helicopter, we’re quite shaken up by the close call, but there was nothing to be said. Tom had, in that instant, truly saved her life.”

Work Survey A new coronavirus survey by Deloitte reveals that 58% of workers want to return to their office. Other findings:

- 23% of people want to continue working from home once the pandemic subsides

- 42% of people want their employer to offer them a more flexible working schedule once the pandemic subsides

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