Bits and Pieces - October 5, 2015
October 5, 2015
Taylor Swift has reportedly been caught lying after she apparently bought a $25 million mansion in Beverly Hills even though she denied doing so. That's terrible. The next thing you know we'll find out she really doesn't have style.
SANDRA BULLOCK has reportedly adopted a baby girl. A supposed insider tells Radar Online that Sandra has slowly been taking the baby out in public and that new boyfriend Bryan Randall will be involved in raising the child. Sandra also adopted a baby boy named Louis while she was still married to Jesse James.
HONEY BOO BOO has released a music video for a song called "Movin' Up" and it's everything you'd expect. (See here)
PINK will release a box set called The Albums: So Far. As the name implies, it'll feature all six of her albums from her 2000 debut, Can't Take Me Home, through 2012's The Truth About Love. Look for it October 23rd.
If you signed up with T-Mobile in the past couple years, or even just applied for an account with them, hackers may have stolen your personal information. Hackers got information on about 15 million T-Mobile customers and potential customers in the
U.S., including Social Security numbers, home addresses, and birthdates. The hackers went through credit reporting agency Experian, which T-Mobile uses to check consumers' credit scores when applying for service. If you applied between September 1st, 2013 and September 16th of this year, you may have had your information stolen.
Serena Williams is withdrawing from the season-ending WTA Finals and the China Open. Serena says she's been playing through injuries all year. Maria Sharapova has also withdrawn from the China Open.
Indiana House Majority Leader Jud McMillin has crusaded to protect the integrity of the institution of marriage and co-sponsored the state's religious freedom law that gives people the right to discriminate against the LGBT populous based on their religious beliefs. Unfortunately, Representative McMillin apparently didn't practice what he preached. McMillin suddenly resigned this week after a video showing him in a sexually compromising position with a woman that was not his wife was sent to everyone on his phone's contacts list. McMillin claimed that his phone was stolen in Canada and out of his control for about 24 hours and asked people to disregard any messages they'd received recently. The excuse failed and in resigning he said that the "time is right for me to pass the torch and spend more time with my family."
2006: Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle died when his private airplane crashed into a New York City high-rise.
actress Michelle Trachtenberg (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Weeds, Gossip Girl) 30