Justin Bieber knows he’d be nothing without his fans. So when the pop sensation heard that Avalanna Routh, a six-year old fighting a rare form of childhood brain cancer, dreamed of meeting him, he flew the little girl and her family to New York for a heartwarming meeting.
During the Super Bowl in Indianapolis, ‘Sports Illustrated’ photographer David Bergman created a stunning Gigipan photo of almost the entire interior of Lucas Oil Stadium. You can zoom in and out of the sprawling 1,721 megapixels image — much like you do on Google Earth — and see in high resolution detail just about everyone who was watching the game from the stands.
Well, the folks at Blame it on the Videos made an amazing discovery while playing around with this neat feature.
Dannon’s Super Bowl ad for their Oikos Greek yogurt stars John Stamos, perhaps because everybody’s favorite really handsome uncle is of Greek descent. The spot begins with Stamos being playfully spoonfed some of the yogurt by his pretty lady friend.
During a report on an ordinance that only allows the city sidewalk cafe’s to stay open until 10 PM, Bill O’Neil of News 12 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina tried to spice up the mundane subject by sitting in one of these sidewalk cafes during his live shot. If not for a gray-haired woman who continued to use the sidewalk for how it was intended, the set up would have worked just great.
Little Kaylee huffs and she puffs, but she doesn’t seem to be able to blow a candle out. So intense (and adorable) are Kaylee’s attempts at fire extinguishing that her mom worries the curly-haired youngster will pass out from lack of breath.
It has long been said that a Twinkie would survive a nuclear war. But Hostess, the company that makes the treats, is not so immortal.
In fact, Hostess is expected to file for bankruptcy this week, citing over $800 million in debt. While there is a good chance Hostess will be able to reorganize or be bought out by another company — ensuring Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Ho Hos will remain in stores — it’s possible that this could spell the end of the line for the tasty snack cakes we all grew up on.
There weren’t a whole lot of basketball fans in the Pauley Pavilion stands when UCLA took on Richmond late last month, so you could almost hear every individual groan when a man proposed marriage to his girlfriend on the arena’s JumboVision and was cruely rebuffed.
But was it actually a failed marriage proposal or a hoax?
Weatherman Brian Niznansky of NBC26 in Green Bay, Wisconsin cemented his spot in the Ron Burgundy Hall of Shame when he proved that, like Will Ferrell’s famous ‘Anchorman’ character, he will read anything that is put on the Teleprompter.
Then: Christopher Castile played the brainy fanny-pack wearing nerd Mark Foster on ‘Step By Step.’ He was also well known during that time period for his role as Newton family son Ted in ‘Beethoven’ and ‘Beethoven’s 2nd,’ as well as providing the voice of Eugene Horowitz on the Nickelodeon series ‘Hey Arnold.’ All of these characters were (shocker!) also huge nerds. So what happened to him?
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