Bits and Pieces - June 16, 2015
June 16, 2015
Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe posted photos that showed her in bed with contestant Shawn Booth. That's led many people to believe that he's this season's winner and that she's easy.
GEORGE MICHAEL has reportedly secretly checked into a Swiss rehabilitation center for substance abuse. According to German website BILD, Michael was smoking 25 joints per day prior to entering the facility!
BILL MURRAY stars in the upcoming movie Rock the Kasbah. He plays a washed-up rock manager who gets stranded in Afghanistan and discovers a young singer and takes her to Kabul to appear on a talent competition show. It's out in October and they've released the first official trailer for the film. (See here)
DURAN DURAN has announced that their new album will be called Paper Gods and that it's due out in September. They'll also be bringing their world tour to the U.S. at that time. (See announcement here)
If you made a twerking video and posted it online before coming to your senses and deleting it, you may be in for a shock. Your embarrassing twerking video may be living on at a website called BootyFix.com. The website brags that it has deleted YouTube Booty videos and they charge people $20 a month for access to their site. The operator of the site apparently scoured YouTube and copied the videos before they were taken down by either the moderators or those that made the video.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter is said to be reconsidering his resignation. A Swiss newspaper says that Blatter has "received messages of support from African and Asian football associations" asking him to reconsider stepping down.
Tampa's 17-year-old Koree Stanton recently brought new meaning to the term 'car pool.' After striking a parked car, Stanton fled the scene. However, it wouldn't be the only accident he would have that evening as he soon lost control of his vehicle and plowed into a neighbor's swimming pool. Stanton crawled out of the water and waited for police, who charged him with reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident, although surprisingly not with DUI.
1752: Benjamin Franklin demonstrated the relationship between lightning and electricity by flying a kite during a storm
actor Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother, Doogie Howser MD, Starship Troopers) 42