Sen. Pat Roberts cellphone went off during a Senate hearing yesterday (Thursday)… and his ringtone is “Let it go” from “Frozen.”
A spokesperson for the senator said that the ringtone is for his grandkids and that he also uses Johnny Cash’s “Walk the Line.”
ESPN suspended reporter Britt McHenry for a week after video leaked online showing her belittling a parking-lot attendant.
McHenry was angry about having her car towed and the video shows her telling the attendant that she has no education and no skillset. McHenry adds that she has a brain, and the woman doesn’t.
As she leaves she tells the attendant to “lose some weight, baby girl.”
McHenry apologized a few hours after the video was posted online saying in a statement: “I allowed my emotions to get the best of me.”
A video surfaced from Coachella over the weekend that shows Rhianna snorting a suspicious substance, that many are claiming to be cocaine. Check out the video below. What do you think? Innocent or shady?
An Oregon couple has gone viral for their “Fresh Prince” rap announcing their pregnancy to their families.
Jesse Meek and his wife, Melissa, posted the rap to tell family and friends the news, and it went viral, getting watched over a million times.
“Playboy” put together a list of each state’s signature food or drink. A lot of the picks are traditional, like cheese steaks in Pennsylvania and deep dish pizza in Illinois. Three states picked beer: Oregon, Wisconsin, and Delaware. And both Montana and Colorado went with Rocky Mountain oysters . . . which are bull testicles.
Check out each state’s food here!
New beef alert: Taylor Swift vs. the Princeton Review.
It seems the test preparation company misquoted Taylor Swift’s “Fifteen” in their materials for an SAT practice test. Even worse, they misquoted Swift and then criticized her allegedly bad grammar — despite the fact that they screwed up her words in the first place.
A page in the practice test quotes Swift as singing, “Somebody tells you they love you, you got to believe ’em.” The actual line is, “Somebody tells you they love you, you’re gonna believe them.” The actual lyric is not grammatically incorrect, unless you’re concerned about “gonna” vs. “going to,” in which case you may want to relocate to the Victorian Era.
A fan called Taylor’s attention to the Princeton Review’s gaffe, and Swift’s response on Tumblr was tough but fair: “Not the right lyrics at all pssshhhh. You had one job, test people. One job.”
This is an example of someone being book smart, but not Swift smart.
THIS. IS. AWESOME.
A 23-year-old woman in the UK has covered her entire body in Rihanna-related tattoos to prove it.
She’s got portraits of Rihanna’s face along with Rihanna’s “R” logo. She’s got words like “Queen of Barbados” scrawled across her back.
The woman has 7 tattoos of Rihanna’s face on different parts of her body, and even has a copy of the same tattoo Rihanna has on her own chest.
Read more here!
Britney Spears lost her hair onstage and took it like a champ!