Bits and Pieces - September 9, 2015
September 9, 2015
The Ashley Madison website hack has now caught its own founder, Noel Biderman, cheating on his wife with a woman he met at a spa. The Ashley Madison website must really be a sham if its founder doesn't even use it to find someone to cheat with.
DWAYNE "THE ROCK" JOHNSON became a real life hero over the Labor Day weekend. Johnson adopted two French bulldog puppies and within hours of bringing them home one of them nearly drowned in his swimming pool. Johnson jumped into the pool fully clothed to rescue the pup and later shared a photo on Instagram that showed him in his wet clothes with the pups in his hands. (See here)
A new preview clip for the upcoming season of EMPIRE has been released. It shows Cookie visiting Lucious in prison, with him telling her, "It's crazy how I can love you and hate you at the same moment" and she replies, "I call it torture." The new season begins September 23rd. (See clip here)
NICK JONAS dropped a new, partially finished song called Area Code and rumor has it that it's about SELENA GOMEZ! It includes the line: "You say I never been good for you," which could be referring to Selena's song 'Good For You.' Not only that, Jonas favorited two fan tweets that linked to "Area Code" and mentioned Gomez. (Hear here-careful of F-bomb)
Comedian and YouTube star Nicole Arbour found herself in hot water for her latest video called "Dear Fat People." After the video went viral, her YouTube and Google-Plus channels were temporarily disabled Sunday. In the video, Arbour says, "Fat shaming is not a thing. Fat people made that up. That's the race card, with no race." Arbour got plenty of backlash from people that feel otherwise, but she's not apologizing as being offensive and controversial is part of her routine. (See video here)
The Green Bay Packers have signed receiver James Jones to a one-year deal. Jones spent seven seasons in Green Bay before signing a three-year, $10 million free-agent deal with the Oakland Raiders in March 2014. However, he was released this spring and then cut by the New York Giants last week.
Police in Alaska recently arrested Joshua Watford for failing to appear at classes he was ordered to attend after a DUI conviction. Not wanting to see her hubby behind bars, Joshua's wife, Amber, got into the police car while the trooper was busy with another call and stole the vehicle with her husband inside. The empty patrol car was found a short time later and, after a brief manhunt, both Amber and Joshua were arrested.
2003: The Recording Industry Association of America began suing Internet users for trading songs online.
TV host Brooke Burke (Dancing with the Stars) 44