Bits and Pieces - October 10, 2014
October 10, 2014
MTV is canceling the TV show Snooki & JWoww. Snooki and JWoww say they haven't been this disappointed since they found out that you're not supposed to drink while pregnant.
No word on why she waited this long, but PAULA PATTON has finally pulled the trigger and filed for divorce from ROBIN THICKE. However, there's no dirt in the court papers as Paula simply cited irreconcilable differences. Paula is also seeking joint custody of their 4-year-old son Julian. Thicke had conceded defeat in his attempts to win Paula back, which included naming an album after her. Despite all that's gone on, the divorce will be about as friendly as these things go as the couple remains on good terms.
JAY LENO may be returning to TV, but don't worry - Jimmy Fallon's job is safe. Leno is close to a deal to host a new primetime CNBC show about cars. CNBC aired a special called Jay's Garage: The Ultimate Car Week over the Labor Day weekend and the new show would be on the order of that.
- Trace Cyrus and Mason Musso recently reunited METRO STATION and have posted a new EP called Gold on Soundcloud. Metro Station heads out on tour starting October 21st and they plan to release a new album next year.
When two landscapers in Douglas, Arizona arrived at a home to do some yard work and turned on their lawnmowers they were attacked by bees. It wasn't just a few bees, but some 800,000 of them! A 32-year-old worker, whose face and neck were covered with bees, died at a nearby hospital after suffering a heart attack. The other man was stung more than 100 times, but was treated and released. Exterminators had to be called to destroy the bee hive that measured 4 feet by 6 feet and was home to at least 800,000 bees. Amazingly, the 90-year-old man that lived at the home wasn't stung.
A tentative trial date of December 1st has been set for Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson. That means, even if he's found not guilty of felony child abuse and is cleared to play again, his season is almost certainly over.
Tucson, Arizona's Joshua Abeyta isn't a doctor and he doesn't even play one on TV. However, Joshua identified himself as Dr. Anthony Pena when asking a highway patrol officer for directions to a hospital in the city of Coolidge. Even though Joshua was wearing scrubs and a stethoscope, the officer got suspicious since there is no hospital in Coolidge. The officer found bags of pills inside Joshua's car and arrested him on various charges at which point he admitted that he used to work at a copper mine.
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