- Gossip Cop says Reese Witherspoon and the cast of Legally Blonde are reuniting today for an online special. The reunion will take place at 6:15 pm Eastern time on the Hello Sunshine YouTube channel.
- Business Insider says CVS is hiring 15, 000 new staffers to cope with rising coronavirus cases and the upcoming coronavirus vaccine.
- David Bush, of Idaho, recently set a new Guinness World Record when he ran for 29 miles while juggling. David holds more than 150 world records.
- Fansided says Walmart is going to start selling a party-size Twinkie on November 1st. The baking kit contains a cake mix, a cream filling mix, a baking pan and instructions. It costs $15 and is the size of a large Swiss Roll
- MarketWatch says Donald Trump and Joe Biden are going to have their microphones muted during Thursday's debate. This will allow each of them two minutes to answer the questions that are posed to them.
Mail A Ghost For Halloween:The Reader says a Chicago company called Ghost Express is mailing ghosts and spirits to people for Halloween. Matt Jakubowsky founded the company in 2018. He charges $9.99 plus shipping to send a ghost, a relic he's collected from a haunted house, and a card describing what type of ghost is in the package. Relics include jewelry, children's toys, keys and teeth.
Gossip Ireland says Justin Bieber's wife, Hailey Baldwin, has gotten the initial 'J' tattooed on her ring finger.
Gabby Barrett tells Variety magazine that she is looking on the bright side of the pandemic."I’m viewing it as a plus right now, after releasing an album in June, that people are just having more time to learn the lyrics, so that when we end up performing the songs for real for the first time, people will know the lyrics and be able to sing along. Because it’s always all the more fun when people know the lyrics to your songs and sing them back to you; it just makes everything worth it."
The NY Post says Jason Derulo recently celebrated the chart-topping success of ''Savage Love'' by buying drinks for everyone at a bar.He spent $112,742.
TMZ says the world famous Prop Store is auctioning off some of Hollywood's most iconic props.Obi-Wan Kenobi's lightsaber is expected to sell for $155,000. Jack Nicholson's purple fedora from ''Batman'' is expected to sell for $38,000 while a mechanical alien from the Alien movie is expected to sell for $78,000. A bomber jacket that Tom Cruise wore in ''Top Gun'' is expected to sell for $21,000
Cinema Blend saysa Dubai theme park is developing a John Wick roller coaster called John Wick: Open Contract. The indoor coaster is going to whirl around a 10-story replica of the film's Continental Hotel.
We Got This Covered says Disney+ may do a Darth Vader TV series.The show would delve into the world of the Sith Order and would be set after ''A New Hope.'' Hayden Christensen may star on the show
Contact Music says Harrison Ford and Hangover star Ed Helms are going to star in a new comedy titled 'The Miserable Adventures of Burt Squire Aboard the Horn High Yo'. It's about a man (Helms), who goes sailing in the middle of a midlife crisis. He gets shipwrecked before an unruly boat captain (Ford) rescues him
THE TOP 15 CELEBRITY HAIR CRUSHES …. According to a new survey of 2,000 women by Vitabiotics Perfectil Gummies
1. Jennifer Aniston
2. Kate Middleton
3. Michelle Keegan
4. Meghan Markle
5. Julia Roberts
7. Ariana Grande
8. Taylor Swift
9. Jennifer Lopez
11. Selena Gomez
12. Blake Lively
13. Gigi Hadid
14. Claudia Winkleman
15. Jennifer Lawrence
The NY Post says Jeff Bridges is battling lymphoma.
He posted: “As the Dude would say … New s–t has come to light. I have been diagnosed with Lymphoma. Although it is a serious disease, I feel fortunate that I have a great team of doctors and the prognosis is good. I’m starting treatment and will keep you posted on my recovery. I’m profoundly grateful for the love and support from my family and friends. Thank you for your prayers and well wishes. And, while I have you, please remember to go vote. Because we are all in this together.”
Brushing Your Teeth Can Ward Off Coronavirus
The Daily Mail says brushing your teeth can help ward off the coronavirus because toothpaste contains some of the same antibacterials as hand sanitizer.
Professor Martin Addy tells the paper, ''Toothpaste contains the same detergents as those found in handwash gels recommended. The antimicrobial action of toothpaste in the mouth persists for three to five hours and, thereby, would reduce the viral load in saliva or infection by viruses entering the mouth. For the vast majority, the timing of tooth brushing should be focused when they are about to go out of their homes for exercise or shopping. Ideally, tooth brushing frequency should be increased.''