The Weather Channel has never really needed a delay button before, but it may want to look into getting one now.
During a live broadcast from Hurricane Irene-ravaged Virginia on Saturday, reporter Eric Fisher was unexpectedly upstaged when a dude dressed in swim trunks ran behind him, pulled his trunks down and gave “weather front” a whole new meaning.
His neighbors in the West Hollywood condo complex where he lives claim he blasts loud music all night, vandalizes the property, and has been repeatedly ticketed for parking in the garage’s handicapped spots — and they have complained to his probation officer about it.
When rebels stormed Moammar Gadhafi’s compound recently, they found some unusual things that revealed a lot about the Libyan leader. The most interesting item? An album containing dozens of photos of Condoleeza Rice, indicating he might have had a bit of a schoolboy crush on the former US Secretary of State.
He may not have gotten the injury in a jailhouse brawl or in a fight stemming from one of his well-publicized beefs with other rappers, but if you look hard between the tats on his face, Lil Wayne has a nasty new cut over his left eye.
It seems he was at a skate park in St. Louis, Mississippi on Sunday night when he took a tumble off a board, necessitating a trip to the hospital and nine stitches to close the wound.
A study by technology research firm Gartner, which recently surveyed 6,295 people between the ages of 13 and 74, reveals almost a quarter of 18- to 29-year-olds use social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter less than when they first signed up for the services, with many saying the services simply aren’t that much fun anymore.
“The trend shows some social media fatigue among early adopters,” says Brian Blau, research director at Gartner. “And the fact that 31 percent of younger consumers indicated that they were getting bored with their social network is a situation that social media providers should monitor, as they will need to innovate and diversify to keep consumer attention.”
Anne Hathaway might never get to host the Oscars again, but she could very well have a future in gangster rap.
In an appearance on Tuesday night’s ‘Conan,’ the elegant actress spoke about the negative press she’s been getting surrounding her role as Catwoman in the upcoming ‘Batman’ movie. When Conan asked how she blows off steam, Hathaway said, “The paparazzi attention’s been a little intense. So I actually wrote a rap song about it.”
Marine Sgt. Jacob Chadwick, 23, an Iraq war veteran who recently underwent a life-saving kidney transplant, received the organ from an unexpected source — 24-year-old fellow soldier Lt. Patrick Wayland.
The two men didn’t know each other, but after Wayland suffered a fatal heart attack while swimming in flight gear during training on August 1, Wayland’s family sought out the people it felt was “most deserving” of Patrick’s vital organs.
‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ was number one again this week, joining ‘Thor’ and ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ as one of only three films this summer to hold the top spot for two weekends in a row.
The film adaptation of the best-selling novel, ‘The Help,’ came in second, with horror flick ‘Final Destination 5,’ previous weekend box-office champ ‘The Smurfs,’ and the low-budget action comedy ’30 Minutes or Less’ rounding out the top five.
Thousands of people were gathered at an outdoor stage at the Indiana State Fair on Saturday night when high winds from a storm caused the stage rigging to collapse, killing five and injuring at least 40 others, multiple outlets report.
At lunchtime on Tuesday, New Yorkers in Lower Manhattan were treated to an unusual sight — a small plane buzzing by the Standard and Poor’s building, towing a banner that read, “Thanks For The Downgrade: You Should All Be Fired.”
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