THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • A study says the gifts from "The 12 Days of Christmas" would cost $34,363.
  • Domino's in Japan has given up on the idea of delivering pizza with reindeer.
  • Amanda Seyfried claims she can "smell the TV" while pregnant.
  • Madonna told fans at a performance the other night that she hasn't had sex in a long time.
  • Character actress Alice Drummond, who had roles in films like "Ghostbusters," "Awakenings" and "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective," has died. She was 88.
  • New York City asked the U.S. government for up to $35 million to cover security costs for protecting President-elect Donald Trump.
  • The Rolling Stones' new blues album took just three days to record.
  • Becca Tobin, who played Kitty on "Glee," got married over the weekend, which resulted in quite the Glee reunion.
  • Tomorrow night is "Hairspray: Live!" on NBC.
  • Tomorrow is the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, that launched the Pacific side of World War II.
  • Macy's has hired over 80,000 seasonal employees.
  • Colin Kaepernick set an NFL record on Sunday and not the kind you'd like: he passed for 4 yards but was hit with 5 sacks. More sacks than yards. The new low bar.
  • Sean Penn had to report a woman for stalking, after she called or emailed him 5 times and then showed up at his house twice in 24 hours.
  • And the name of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' second child: Dimitri Portwood Kutcher.
  • Congrats to Steven Yeun -- Glenn from "The Walking Dead" -- who married his longtime girlfriend, photographer Joana Pak in an intimate ceremony on Saturday at Los Angeles' Paramour Estate.
  • Jonah Hill was involved in an intense car crash in downtown Los Angeles last Saturday. While both vehicles had to be towed away, fortunately, he came away from the scene seemingly uninjured.
  • The Super Sage Apple Challenge is going on... where people on social media show a video of them ripping an apple in half with just their hands.


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