This really doesn't bother me but atleast there is official word for anyone who REALLY wanted to know: An "inauguration official" who asked not to be identified told CNN that BEYONCÉ did NOT sing the national anthem live at PRESIDENT OBAMA'S inauguration. Just like we'd heard, she reportedly decided to use her previously-recorded backing track because she didn't have time to practice the song with the Marine Corps Band ahead of time.
PETER ROBBINS, the original voice of Charlie Brown, was arrested at a border crossing in San Diego on Sunday after a background check revealed that he was wanted for stalking and making violent threats. Robbins was 9 when he was chosen to voice the character in the 1960s, in such specials as "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown". He's 56 now.
CHRISTIAN BALE called an 8-year-old leukemia patient who's a huge Batman fan, and talked to him for about nine minutes. He told the boy, quote, "The whole point of the movie is anybody can be Batman. Anybody can be as strong as that and help people and put good out into the world."
In MANTI TE'O'S interview with KATIE COURIC today, he admits to LYING to the media, but NOT about being involved in the hoax. He's saying that he DID realize that he was hosed after getting a call from the hoaxers in December, but yet he continued to talk as if she was real in interviews leading up to the National Championship game.
So Prince doesn't like this...
Hey, FYI: A new study has figured out EXACTLY when women look their oldest: It's at 3:30 on Wednesday afternoon. It's because 50% of women drink over the weekend . . . and the strain that puts on the body takes 72 hours to show up on a woman's face.
Last week, a photo went viral showing a Subway footlong that was only 11 inches. Subway responded by saying the word "footlong" is, quote, "not intended to be a measurement of length." And now, the inevitable has happened: A lawsuit. Two guys in New Jersey are suing Subway for undisclosed damages . . .