- Yahoo News says Dr. Anthony Fauci has tested positive for the Coronavirus. The National Institutes of Health posted; “He is fully vaccinated and has been boosted twice. He is currently experiencing mild symptoms. Dr. Fauci will isolate and continue to work from his home. He has not recently been in close contact with President Biden or other senior government officials.”
- ABC says the FDA has authorized the Moderna vaccine for kids under six. It is a two-dose vaccine
- Yahoo News says a new test is being developed to see if you are immune to the coronavirus. The FDA still has to approve the test.
- Deadline Hollywood says "Lightyear" is expected to earn $135 million worldwide during its opening weekend.
- The NY Post says Melissa McCarthy, Jim Gaffigan, Amy Schumer, Hugh Grant, James Marsden and Christian Slater are joining Jerry Seinfeld's new Pop Tart movie, “Unfrosted: The Pop-Tarts Story.” The film chronicles the rise of Pop-Tarts and takes place in 1963 in Michigan.
- The Dark Horizons website says Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning are going to star in the third Equalizer movie. The two starred together in ''Man on Fire''.
- Pop Culture magazine says the Dirty Dancing sequel, starring Jennifer Grey, will open in theaters on February 9th, 2024. The movies synopsis reads, "In part 2, Baby (Grey) takes us back to Kellerman's Resort for a story of summer, young romance, and dancing."
- Canadify says McDonald's restaurants in Canada are serving a new Kit Kat McFlurry. It will be available through the end of Summer. Some Americans are planning to drive across the border to get the treat
Heinz And Wonder Bread Strike Deal For Equal Number Of Buns And Dogs: Yahoo News says Heinz Ketchup and Wonder Bread have entered into an agreement to make hot dog buns in packs of 10. Prior to the agreement, hot dogs were sold in packages of 10 while buns were sold in packages of eight. The National Hot Dog Sausage Council previously addressed the issue by saying; “Sandwich rolls, or hot dog buns, most often come eight to the pack because the buns are baked in clusters of four in pans designed to hold eight rolls.”
Exercise Pill Being Developed: Researchers from Stanford and Baylor University are working to create a new exercise pill. They have identified a molecule that keeps people from getting hungry after working out. The pill has been successful in reducing food intake and obesity in mice.
Professor Yong Xu says, “Regular exercise has been proven to help weight loss, regulate appetite and improve the metabolic profile, especially for people who are overweight and obese. If we can understand the mechanism by which exercise triggers these benefits, then we are closer to helping many people improve their health.”
The Irish Mirror newspaper says the Internet is slamming Kim Kardashian for photoshopping her vacation pictures with Pete Davidson. She edited out her belly button in several shots.
The Internet reacts ....
"Her belly button disappears and comes back lol.”
"She lost so much weight the belly button just straight disappeared did y’all see that?!”
“Using a skinny filter again”
The Irish Mirror newspaper says Jennifer Aniston ripped Paris Hilton, Monica Lewinsky and Pam Anderson for being famous for doing nothing. She was doing an interview with Variety magazine when she said, "This thing of people becoming famous for basically doing nothing but yet having these incredible careers. And then women's reputation... I mean Pam, Paris Hilton, Monica Lewinsky. I always say I feel so lucky that we got a little taste of the industry before it became what it is today, which is just different- more streaming services, more people. You’re famous from TikTok, you're famous from YouTube, you're famous from Instagram. It’s sort of almost like, it’s diluting the actor’s job."
The NY Post says Shaquille O'Neal recently bought dinner for everyone at a New York City restaurant. He and his date showed up and ate Beijing chicken and shrimp tempura before he bought dinner. The bill came to $25,000. Shaq refused to introduce his mystery date to others.
Newsweek magazine says Marty McFly's hoverboard from ''Back to the Future 2'' is being auctioned off. It is expected to sell for as much as $120,000. A Delorean from ''Back to the Future'' is expected to sell for $200,000.
Entertainment Tonight says the first pictures of Ryan Gosling playing Ken from the new Ken and Barbie movie where released yesterday. They show him with blond hair and a six pack of abs. He is also wearing a denim vest.
BroBible says the WWE's board of directors is investigating Vince McMahon for allegedly paying a female employee $3 million to stay quiet about their alleged affair. The tryst reportedly occurred in the WWE offices. McMahon hired the woman and then doubled her salary after they began sleeping together.
GB News says a group of Londoners have started a petition to ban James Corden from returning to the UK once his late-night talk show ends. Over 300 people have signed the petition, which reads: Eight years ago, James Corden left the UK for the US to work on The Late Show. Now he's leaving The Late Show and is returning to our British pastures. So I beg you, if you do one thing today, please, I implore you to sign this petition. There's just not enough cringe in this small country for him to induce.”
Spider-Man star Zendaya is not pregnant. She posted; “See now, this is why I stay off Twitter… Just making stuff up for no reason…weekly. Anyway back to filming Challengers”
Heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury tells ITV that he wants to fight several celebrities. “You can fight old-timers, famous people, whoever you want. So I’m looking at fighting Mike Tyson, Lennox Lewis, Frank Bruno - whoever. The Rock, Dwayne Johnson - that would be fantastic! You never know who we could be fighting on one of these shows, but that’s what I’m hoping to do in the upcoming future.”
The NY Post says ''Everybody Loves Raymond'' star Patricia Heaton blasted Disney yesterday for casting Chris Evans as Buzz Lightyear. She posted, “Saw the trailer for Buzz Lightyear and all I can say is Disney/Pixar made a HUGE mistake in not casting my pal Tim Allen in the role that he originated, the role that he owns. Tim IS Buzz! Why would they completely castrate this iconic, beloved character?”
The NY Post says a Texas recruiter recently used the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial to gain interest in his LinkedIn job posting. Shawn Barnes created a fake "transcript" between the actors that read:
BOMBSHELL! The conversation between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard at the end of the trial has been leaked!
Herd: "Do you still love me, Johnny?"
Depp: "Amber, this might be the last time we ever speak, so please listen to me very carefully. If you know of a Data Analyst with experience in Python, SQL, A/B testing and Excel, you absolutely need to call Shawn Barnes with GTN Technical Staffing. He is the best!"
The job posting has received mixed reactions on social media. Several people have accused the recruiter of using other people's trauma for profit.
A new study by the University of Oklahoma reveals that joking about someone's age can be harmful to their health. Researchers studied over 2,000 seniors before concluding that demeaning comments about aging can result in depression, anxiety, lower job satisfaction, and poor self-esteem. Psychologists say joking about "senior moments" and making backhanded compliments like "You haven't aged a bit" are forms of microaggression that do more harm than good.
Columbia University professor Dr. Derald Wing Sue says, "They may be called microaggressions, but they have macro impact, and that's the thing that a lot of people don't realize. It doesn't surprise me that older individuals experience the impact, because they become marginalized as they grow older.”
Creepy Behavior Survey A new survey by dating coach Blaine Anderson reveals that 69% of men say their biggest fear is being labeled 'creepy'. Other findings: - 44% of men say being labeled 'creepy' reduces the likelihood that they will interact with women - 82% of women have experienced creepy behavior from a man
8 Biggest Things Women Find Creepy... According to a new survey by dating coach Blaine Anderson Unwanted stares (51%) digital stalking (43%) Controlling behaviors (23%) Unwillingness to accept “no” (22%) Unwanted physical contact (19%) Pressure to engage in sexual activity (18%) Clinginess (18%) Physical stalking (10%)
The Top 15 Things People Forget On A Daily Basis … According to a new survey by Healthspan Why you went into a room What you were going to say Someone’s name Your passwords To take food out of the freezer to defrost How to spell something To drink a cup of tea while it is warm What day of the week it is What you went into the supermarket to buy To phone someone To take carrier bags to the supermarket Your glasses To take the washing out of the washing machine To water the plants Your phone
Parental Survey A new survey by OnePoll reveals that parents of children, between the ages of one and 16, reject their kids' questions an average of 23 times a day. Other findings - 64% of parents repeatedly say “no” to their child's same request - 34% of parents tell their children “yes” because it's the easiest option. - 37% of parents tell their children "no" in order to prevent them from becoming spoiled.
Father's Day is Sunday. My ex-wife allows our three-year-old son to call her boyfriend ''daddy'. Our son only has one father and it's me. My ex-wife says she is not trying to spite me. I told her she needs to correct our boy. She says he should be able to call her boyfriend whatever he wants. I disagree. Our son is three and doesn't know any better. He should only be calling me ''daddy''. Am I right or wrong?