Bits and Pieces - April 17, 2012
April 17, 2012
Several Secret Service agents are accused of bringing prostitutes back to their hotel in Colombia. However, the agents say that when they had sex with the hookers they used Secret Service protection.
MARC ANTHONY hit JENNIFER LOPEZ with divorce papers last week, but it turns out that he was hoping to get back together with J.Lo. Word is that Marc filed the papers only after having a heart-to-heart with her a few weeks ago, in which he said he wanted to give the marriage another try. However, Jennifer told Marc she was deeply in love with her boy toy Casper Smart. Marc was said to be stunned and hurt because he had no idea they were that serious.
New York Giants quarterback ELI MANNING will host "SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE" on May 5th with musical guest RIHANNA.
- BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN AND THE E STREET BAND have announced more tour dates. The latest batch of dates will begin on August 18th in Boston.
- M.I.A. has collaborated with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to create new music for his upcoming TV show The World Tomorrow. The show will air on Russian TV tomorrow and will be posted online.
- JOSH TURNER will release his next album, called Punching Bag, on June 12th. It'll include his new song "Time Is Love" and Josh co-wrote eight of the 11 tracks on the album.
- Jay Leno: Drew Barrymore; singer Blake Shelton
- David Letterman: Jon Hamm; comic Ted Alexandro; White Rabbits perform
- Jimmy Kimmel: Zac Efron; actress Krysten Ritter; Noel Gallagher performs
- Conan: Kevin Hart; actress Brittany Snow; First Aid Kit performs
- Jimmy Fallon: Julianna Margulies; actor Seann William Scott; Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
- Craig Ferguson: Kathy Griffin
- Carson Daly: DJ Deadmau5; musical group Jamestown Revival; Walk the Moon
San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson is likely out for the season. Wilson will probably need elbow-reconstruction surgery, but plans to seek a second opinion.
Utica, New York's Lawrence Deptola took the plunge and decided to embark on a life of crime. Lawrence attempted to rob three different banks and went 0-for-3. While most bank robbers would use a gun or a knife or even a sternly worded note, Lawrence went into the banks armed with a toilet plunger. Police caught up with Lawrence and sent him plunging into jail.
1940: Bob Feller tossed the first no-hit, no-run game on an opening day as Cleveland beat the White Sox 1-0
actor Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men, Hot Shots, Pretty in Pink) 47