Bits and Pieces - February 27, 2015
February 27, 2015
Robin Thicke played and sang a medley of several songs while testifying in court in his Blurred Lines trial. Sadly, the 12-person jury was biggest audience Thicke has played to recently.
LINDSAY LOHAN has a lot more community service work in her future. Prosecutors looked through Lindsay's records and found she was given credit for time she spent performing onstage in London in addition to doing a meet-and-greet with fans afterwards. Lindsay also received credit for throwing a fundraiser for the community service organization itself. While prosecutors believed there were enough irregularities to call all 240 hours of her community service into question, the judge only ordered her to do another 125 hours of work.
You can enjoy some extra death in THE WALKING DEAD'S season five finale as it's been extended to 90 minutes. In the finale, Daryl finds himself in trouble while out on the run. Meanwhile in Alexandria, Rick and his group continue to feel like outsiders as danger lurks near the gates. The episode airs March 29th.
PUDDLE OF MUDD'S WES SCANTLIN has a new video out. It's not a music video, but the surveillance video of the incident last month in which he was arrested for riding around on the baggage carousel at Denver International Airport. (See here)
KFC in Britain has unveiled the first edible coffee cups. The edible cups are made from cookies, sugar paper and heat-resistant white chocolate. The cups are also infused with a variety of mood-boosting scents such as Coconut Sun Cream, Freshly Cut Grass and Wild Flowers. The downside is that they're not available to customers yet and when they are it'll apparently only be for a limited time and there are no plans as of now to bring them to America.
The Baltimore Ravens have cut Super Bowl hero Jacoby Jones. The wide receiver and kick returner played three seasons with Baltimore after five years with Houston.
It used to be that bullies beat up kids for their lunch money. However, police in
Millville, New Jersey say school bus aide Rosa Rios rummaged through preschoolers backpacks and stole their lunch money and bagged lunches. Apparently, Rosa was unaware that the busses have surveillance cameras and now she'll have to swipe a lot more lunch money to cover her $70,000 bail.
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