• Ariana Grande was not amused by one of "Saturday Night Live"'s promos last week. In it, her ex, Pete Davidson, asked musical guest Maggie Rogers if she wanted to get married. She says no and he responds, "0-for-three!"
  • At last Thursday night's NFL game, a San Francisco cheerleader took a knee during the National Anthem.
  • There's an entire village for sale in New Zealand. Yours for just 1.8 million.
  • Alec Baldwin was arrested Friday after allegedly punching a guy who took his parking spot.
  • Jillian Barberie announced on Twitter that she has breast cancer and will be going undergoing a double mastectomy and chemo treatments for cancer of a lymph node.
  • "Jersey Shore" star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, 36, and his girlfriend Lauren Pesce are officially husband and wife. Sorrentino, who was sentenced to eight months in prison for tax evasion, tied the knot on Thursday at The Legacy Castle in Pompton Plains, New Jersey.
  • Hugh Jackman scored a lot of points on the set of his latest movie. At the end of a day of shooting, he handed out MegaMillions tickets to everyone, right before the billion-dollar jackpot drawing.
  • Chris Cornell's family is suing the late singer's doctor saying his over-prescription of drugs was the reason Chris killed himself.
  • Researchers say that saying the word, "thanks" actually boosts people's moods.
  • The world's first sex robot resort is going to open in California next August.
  • A report says one third of Britons have stopped or reduced eating meat.
  • They're currently working on a Tommy James bio-pic movie and the band is coming out with a new album next April, which includes new music and refreshed versions of some of those Tommy James and the Shondells classics.
  • Coming soon: single serve packages for snacks like Pringles and Cheez-Its.
  • A 4th Austin Powers movie is on the way. So is Toy Story 4.
  • Those who predict such things expect gas prices to drop 20-cents a gallon over the next couple of weeks.
  • Washington, DC, is looking to lower the voting age to 16. The 26th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees citizens 18 and older the right to vote, but it doesn't prevent a state, or in this case, the nation's capital, from setting a lower age.


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