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- The San Francisco Chronicle says Shlafer's Auto Body and Repair, in Mendocino, California, has the most expensive gas in the country. They are charging $6.73 for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline. Owner Judith Shlafer says, “They say, ‘you’re ripping us off'. I tell them, ‘If you want to take my seat and my helm over, you're welcome to do so.''
- WLKY says Joe Biden will meet with Queen Elizabeth on June 13th in England. Joe will be attending an international summit during that week in the UK
- The New York Times reported last night that the US government is about to release its UFO findings. They investigated 120 reports of UFOs. The government says many of the reports did not come from Navy Pilots, but rather civilians
- AV Club says a Nintendo museum is opening in Japan. The Nintendo Gallery will highlight the company's gaming systems, video games, characters and advancements. It is expected to open in March of 2024
The Kid LAROI tells Billboard magazine that he has one overreaching goal. “I want to be one of the biggest artists in the world before I’m 21. That's the main goal. I want the whole world to know my name.
Maroon 5's Adam Levine tells Billboard magazine that he has a foot phobia. “I don't like feet. You know what I mean? They just look so weird and unnatural to me. Some people like them, but I don't get it. It's weird to me."
Olivia Rodrigo tells Elle Magazine that she hated taking piano lessons when she was younger. “Oh my God, I hated it. I’d literally cry before every lesson. I realized that songwriting was something that people do, and it’s a craft.”
Dua Lipa tells GQ magazine that she didn't open up very much early in her career. “I’ll never forget when I first started going to the studio. I was only 17. I went into rooms that were predominantly male, or a lot older than me, and when I was initially writing I wouldn’t open up as much as I wanted to or wouldn’t express what I wanted to write about because I felt these people had been doing it for longer than me.”
The Weeknd tells Rolling Stone magazine that he can't complain about the troubles that his fame has given him. “I don’t know if I’m on top of the world, But I’m on top of my game, for sure. It’s hard to walk down the street now, But I worked for that. I can't complain about being famous because that's what I wanted. That's what I worked so hard for.
The NY Post says Tom Cruise is in isolation because several Mission Impossible 7 cast and crew members have tested positive for the coronavirus. A source tells the newspaper, “The whole shooting crew, about 60 people, have all had to self-isolate for 14 days. It’s going to badly affect filming and they’ll be playing catch-up when they finally come back.''
The National Enquirer claims Alex Rodriguez allegedly feels humiliated because JLo dumped him. A source tells the magazine, ''He’s flip-flopping between trying to kid himself he still has a chance to win Jen back and vowing to get even by spilling his guts or facing Ben head-on and punching his lights out! Rodriguez has never experienced this level of pain and rejection before — at least not publicly. He’s reading every headline about ‘Bennifer,’ tapping mutual friends for updates and crying himself to sleep.”
Hollywoodlife.com claims Jennifer Lopez is excited about introducing her children to Ben Affleck. A source tells the website, “Jennifer’s excited for Ben to meet her kids, she’s so proud of them, but it hasn’t happened yet. She’s letting them set the pace. She’s very tuned into them so as a mother she’ll know when they’re ready. For now she’s been focused on reconnecting with Ben and enjoying her time with him.”
David Schwimmer tells the Financial Times newspaper that there are no plans to reboot ''Friends''. ''The creators of the show are of the same mind as we are, which is that they loved the way it ended. The whole show was about a time in those characters' lives when your friends were your family. At our age, a lot of people have their own families, so there's really no interest in trying to [recreate] that."
We Got This Covered says Amazon wants to create a James Bond cinematic universe now that they have acquired MGM Studios. The website also claims Henry Cavill wants to do another spy movie to prove that he can play James Bond when Daniel Craig is done with the franchise.
AV Club says HBO Max is allegedly developing ''A Wedding Crashers'' sequel. Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams and Isla Fisher are planning to return for the sequel. HBO is refusing to comment.
In touch Weekly Magazine claims Meghan Markle is allegedly having a tough pregnancy. A source tells the magazine, “Meghan hasn’t been sleeping, has a lot of nausea and she’s had to cancel a couple of professional obligations. It’s not going as easily as her last. To wind down and switch off, they go for family walks on the beach and spend time in their beautiful garden. Archie can’t wait to meet his baby sister and loves putting his hand on his mummy’s tummy and feeling the baby move. He’s such a caring, bright, loving little boy and is super advanced for his age.”
OK! magazine says Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin have allegedly thought about staging an intervention to get their daughter, Amelia, to leave Scott Disick. A source tells the magazine, “Harry and Liza drew a line in the sand. They’re concerned that Scott’s convincing her to mess with her appearance especially since she’s talking about boob and butt surgery to keep his eyes off other girls. Harry and Lisa have been sitting back and hoping that Amelia would come to her senses. But it’s clear she’s in way too deep not and that they need to make their feelings known. Harry and Lisa are ready to take the bull by the horns, before Scott ruins their daughter’s life.''
Closer Weekly Magazine says 91 year-old Clint Eastwood has no plans to marry his 56 year-old girlfriend Christina Sandera. A source tells the magazine, “Clint doesn’t see any point in marrying again. He loves Christina, but marriage isn’t something he needs.”
Things People Are Looking Forward To Doing Now That They've Been Vaccinated... According to a new survey by The List
vacationing ... 45%
eating out in a restaurant ... 22%
going to the movies ... 14%
going to a party ... 13.5%
dating .. 3%