Bits and Pieces - November 17, 2015
November 17, 2015
Victor Willis, who was the cop in The Village People, has revealed that some of the group members were lip-syncing. He also revealed that it really isn't very fun to stay at the YMCA.
It's being reported that LAMAR ODOM is in worse shape than is being let on. TMZ says he's having a tough time with communication and mobility and can't even recognize some close friends and family. They go on to say that Lamar has made little progression in the last couple weeks and is only able to speak a word here and there and at times he seems "empty." Doctors believe Lamar has suffered significant brain damage.
ABC has canceled WICKED CITY after only three episodes. They'll finish filming their eighth episode, but the network didn't say whether the remaining episodes will air.
THE ROLLING STONES' RONNIE WOOD has revealed that the band is hoping to hit the studio next month to start work on a new album. Wood said, "We'll maybe go in the studio in December and cut a few tracks and see what happens."
Black Friday is just around the corner, but there are some things you shouldn't buy on that day. According to software company Adobe, the Monday before Thanksgiving is generally the best day for buying electronics. They also say about three-quarters of all shoppers buy the same 1% of product, meaning that if you wait for Black Friday, the item you want could be out of stock. If you're shopping for toys, it's also best not to wait for Black Friday, although you will get the best deals on jewelry on Thanksgiving Day and the day after. If you have clothing on your shopping list, Thanksgiving Day will have the best savings in November, but if you wait until December, you'll get even better deals.
This week's Associated Press college football poll again has Clemson on top, while Baylor dropped from No. 4 to No. 10 after its loss to the Oklahoma Sooners. The rest of the top five in the AP poll are Ohio State, Alabama, Oklahoma State and Notre Dame.
Natasha West went to a Chicago Denny's to take advantage of their $4 all-you-can-eat pancakes special. Unfortunately, Natasha was upset to learn that all her friends couldn't share her food and that only she could eat all she wanted. Upon being told that everyone at the table couldn't cash in on the deal, Natasha cursed at the waitress and punched her, leaving her friends behind to pay the tab. Denny's employees gave police a description of the car in which she and her friends fled and they arrested Natasha on assault charges.
1998: Monica Lewinsky signed a deal to write a book about her affair with President Clinton.
actress Maggie Gyllenhaal (The Dark Knight, Secretary, World Trade Center) 38