Bits and Pieces - February 7, 2014
February 7, 2014
Another big snowstorm is hitting the country today. Meteorologists are saying that some people could see up to 12 inches. However, the meteorologists' girlfriends say they're exaggerating that measurement.
It's been revealed that SELENA GOMEZ was in rehab for two weeks last month. Her rep says that the trip to the Dawn at The Meadows rehab facility in Arizona wasn't for drug or alcohol addiction and sources are blaming it on JUSTIN BIEBER. The facility specializes in helping young adults deal with depression, anxiety, mood disorders and such and insiders say Selena was having difficulty dealing with her breakup with Justin. It was also causing problems between Selena and her family and the last straw was when they saw the photos that showed them back together again, riding Segways and cuddling up. The very next day Selena checked into the facility.
NBC has canceled "The Michael J. Fox Show" after just 15 episodes. It'll be replaced by Hollywood Game Night starting February 27th.
- RED HOT CHILI PEPPER CHAD SMITH is auctioning the drum kit he played during the Super Bowl halftime show for the Make-A-Wish charity. The drum kit is available in two separate pieces along with three sets of sticks that he used. The auction ends tomorrow night at 10 PM Eastern on NFL.com.
According to a new survey, one fifth of all women say they were left disappointed by their man's marriage proposal, but didn't say anything at the time, although they now wished they had. Even worse, 13 percent of those said they were so disappointed by the proposal that they wanted to cry after it failed to live up to their expectations. Women said they were also offended by their men not proposing on bended knee, failing to organize a 'special' proposal or not asking parents' permission for her hand in marriage. The survey also found that one in 10 would turn down proposal if they didn't like ring and half would consider making a financial contribution to get a better ring.
CBS and the NFL Network will team up for Thursday Night Football next season. CBS will televise the first eight Thursday night games with the NFL Network covering the remaining eight.
Jess Ewald stole an iPhone from a waitress at Benny's on the Beach in Lake Worth, Florida. Jess later used the pilfered phone to take a bare-chested "selfie," unbeknownst to him that the phone was set to automatically upload photos to the waitresses Twitter and Facebook pages. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said the "overwhelming response" to the picture posts on the social media sites led Jess to turn himself in.
2003: ABC aired the controversial Martin Bashir documentary on Michael Jackson
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