Bits and Pieces - September 18, 2015
September 18, 2015
Three federal air marshals in Chicago have been suspended after authorities discovered they allegedly called prostitutes while working. Even worse, their phones weren't in airplane mode.
SELENA GOMEZ is featured in the upcoming issue of Elle magazine and tells them about the moment she moved on from JUSTIN BIEBER. Selena was waiting to go on stage to perform "The Heart Wants What It Wants" for the very first time at the
American Music Awards last November. Their on/off relationship was all over the tabloids and Selena wanted her performance to be the last time she had to talk about it. You may remember her teary-eyed performance and Selena says it was a huge weight lifted off her. However, Selena says she and Justin are still friends and she wouldn't rule out getting back together with him sometime in the future!
MARIAH CAREY will begin filming her holiday movie "Melody & Mistletoe" in Cincinnati starting in October. The movie will air on the Hallmark Channel December 19th. Mariah will also be directing and serving as an executive producer.
Is BRITNEY SPEARS planning a world tour? After signing on for two more years of her Las Vegas residency, she did a Twitter Q&A on Tuesday and was asked, "Will there ever be a world tour in the future?" Britney responded: "Who doesn't love to travel?" with a smiley face. Some have taken that to mean the answer is 'yes,' but there's no official word yet.
Whole Foods may be known for its high prices, but they're now offering a cup of coffee for 25 cents. There's no strings attached and you can buy as many 12 oz. cups as you want every day. There is one catch and that is they're only doing it through the end of September and only at stores in the United States.
Brett Favre leads the list of nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2016. Other first-time nominees include Terrell Owens, Lawyer Milloy and Clinton Portis. In all, 93 players and 15 coaches were nominated.
An unnamed 50-year-old man in Jiangsu, China, went to a hospital to see a doctor. Perhaps misunderstanding when told that no one could see him, the man was led to believe that he was invisible. Taking that nugget of information into account, our friend then hopped a counter and began stealing cash from a drawer. After grabbing about $1,500, he attempted to flee, but found the door was locked. Police arrived and were able to see him well enough to place him under arrest. In what goes a long way in explaining everything, the man has a history of drug use.
1787: The U.S. Constitution was signed by 39 delegates at Philadelphia's Independence Hall.
NASCAR's Jimmie Johnson 40