• Fitness guru and 'Biggest Loser' star Jillian Michaels has settled her divorce with ex-partner Heidi Michaels-Rhoades, and the couple has agreed to share custody of their two young children. Her ex-partner will receive $2.4 million.
  • CBS and Fox saw a significant drop in viewers tuning into coverage of the NFL's Championship Sunday games this year, although ratings have generally risen this season. The second game on January 19 took place between the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers, and 20% fewer people watched it when it aired on FOX than watched CBS's game in the same time slot in 2019.
  • A new study says that the average American is sleeping less than six hours a night. That's 47 minutes less than they were sleeping in 2018.
  • Each of the players in the next round of Survivor will receive at least $35,000. The next cast will feature a bunch of previous players on the show and has a $2 million top prize. It debuts February 12.
  • After a three-year battle, Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison have officially divorced.
  • Yes, you saw Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston being pals at the SAG awards Sunday night. Well, he's also getting ready to release a wine from his winery that he owns in France... with ex-wife Angelina Jolie. The two are running the winery as an investment for their children.
  • They're mid-way through filming season two of "The Mandalorian." The second season of the Disney-plus series will be available this fall.
  • Oh, forget about Baby Yoda. The new rage Baby Jabba.
  • Katy Perry, Lionel Ritchie and Luke Bryan will all return as judges for another season of "American Idol."
  • Ah, the wild west. The other day, flights trying to land at Phoenix's Sky Harbor Airport had to continue circling while grounds people got a coyote off the landing runway.
  • Scuba divers have recovered booze from a Swedish cruise ship that was sank during World War I-- 600 bottles of De Haartman & Co. cognac and 300 bottles of Benedictine liqueur.
  • Meanwhile, the biggest ever Roman shipwreck has been discovered in the eastern Mediterranean.
  • More guns were seized at airports last year than ever before. The most were confiscated at Atlanta, with Dallas right behind.
  • A new study says that wealthy people live nine years longer than the poor.
  • Two men in New Zealand and Spain put a piece of bread on the exact opposite sides of the world to make an Earth sandwich.
  • New research more than 5 million consumers in the U.S. will own personal emergency response system (PERS) devices by 2024.
  • Bud Light Seltzer's share of beer ad spending on TV so far this year is 37%, according to ad-measurement firm
  • Ozzy Osbourne says he was diagnosed with Parkinson's last February after experiencing a fall and needing neck surgery.
  • A four-part Hulu series "Hillary" will premiere at Sundance, in which the former First Lady, Senator and Presidential candidate opens up about Monica Lewinsky, her marriage, whether a woman can win the presidency and her not-so-fuzzy feelings about Bernie Sanders: "Nobody wants to work with him."
  • Taylor Swift has revealed that while her mom was undergoing cancer treatment, they found a brain tumor.
  • Joe Montana can't lose in this next Super Bowl. The two teams he played for in his NFL career-the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
  • Pamela Anderson is off the market again, at least for a while. She got married for the fifth time, tying the knot with movie producer Jon Peters over the weekend. She's 52, he's 74. It's actually his 5th marriage, too. 10 marriages between the two of them.
  • Matthew McConaughey and Hugh Grant are playing matchmakers, arranging for a meeting of Matthew's 88-year-old mom and Hugh's 91-year-old dad.
  • Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer David Solomon is taking his DJ talents to the biggest U.S. sporting event. Solomon, who spins electronic dance music under the moniker DJ D-Sol, will be featured at a Sports Illustrated party tied to the NFL's Super Bowl.


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