No sooner had we told you that after a frantic search for a host for next year's Oscars and that Kevin Hart had accepted to save the day, he resigned after some homophobic tweets from years gone by surfaced. Once again, they're host-less.

3.9 billion people in the world use the Internet, if you like to keep count.

Wisdom, a 68-year-old Laysan albatross -- the oldest known wild bird in the world -- is about to become a mom again for the 37th time.

It turns out that a couple of nuns from a Southern California Catholic school had been embezzling funds for year, up to $500,000, to spend on their gambling junkets.

The movie about Dick Cheney, "Vice," led the Golden Globe nominees with 6.

Then there's Tyler Perry, who went into two different Wal-Marts in the Atlanta area and paid off everything that was on layaway. To the tune of $434,000.

They now have a bacon vending machine on the Ohio State University campus. Bacon, when you need it.

Pantone announced it's Color the Year for 2019 and it's "Living Coral," or, as it's otherwise known, Pantone 16-1546.

Ariana Grande says that 2018 was one of greatest years ever for her career, but one of the worst years of her life.

Former NBA player and coach, Derek Fisher, has been hired to coach the LA Sparks of the WNBA.

Fired Green Bay Packers Mike McCarthy coach was allowed to come back and say goodbye to his players last Wednesday.

Dixie Chicks frontwoman Natalie Maines is battling her estranged husband Adrian Pasdar over their prenup and millions of dollars are on the line.

KISS rocker Gene Simmons is being sued by a woman who claims he groped her at the opening of his Rock & Brews restaurant back in 2016.

The folks behind Marlboro cigarettes are sinking $1.8 billion into the legal pot business.

President Trump's Chief of Staff John Kelly is expected to resign any day now. It's said that he's no longer on speaking terms with the president.

The 2019 Grammy nominations were announced Friday morning with Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Brandi Carlile and producer Boi-1da leading the pack this year with seven nods apiece.

Two major league baseball players, Luis Valbuena and Jose Castillo, were apparently killed in a car crash in Venezuela on Thursday.

A study says half of all American adults have a family member who has been incarcerated.

A survey says that couples are agreeing to limit their holiday spending this year.

Astronomer Neil deGrasse Tyson is being accused of sexual misconduct by a fourth woman.

Jessica Simpson and Natalie Portman are having a mild twitter war, if you care.

Really? Schools are banning candy canes because they are shaped liked a J which stands for Jesus? Really?

Tara Reid is accusing the producers of "Sharknado" of making a killing off her face by licensing her image for slot machines without her permission. So, she's suing and saying $100 million will make it right.


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