Bits and Pieces
February 7, 2011
President Obama threw a Super Bowl party at the White House. Unfortunately it wasn't much of a party because Republicans voted to repeal his dip.
According to TMZ, authorities in L.A. have decided to prosecute LINDSAY LOHAN on felony theft charges over that $2,500 necklace. The official word could come as early as today. Lindsay claims she just 'borrowed' the necklace and feels she's being 'targeted.'
JUSTIN BIEBER returns for a second appearance on 'CSI' February 17th, but there won't be a third time for Justin. That's because he gets killed during the episode! (More on Justin in Musical Notes)
- JON BON JOVI is in talks with Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank about buying 15 percent of the team for $150 million. However, Blank says the discussions are unlikely to produce a partnership. Bon Jovi was the owner of Arena Football's Philadelphia Soul from 2004-2009.
- TREY SONGZ is heading back to the studio and says he wants to release another new album this year.
- RONNIE DUNN will perform his first solo single, "Bleed Red," at this year's Academy Of Country Music Awards on April 3rd live on CBS.
- Today: Super Bowl commercials; Jenni "JWoww" Farley
- Good Morning America: TV host Nancy Grace cast of the musical "Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles."
- CBS Early Show: Saving money; best beauty splurges
- Regis & Kelly: Regis and Kelly celebrate the show's 10th anniversary
- The View: TV host Nancy Grace
- Ellen DeGeneres: Actress Allison Janney
The Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 to win the Super Bowl. It was the Packers 13th NFL championship and fourth Super Bowl title. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was named MVP.
Randolph, New Jersey's 45-year-old Donna Ambrosio-Ruglio was caring for a 9-year-old boy, who dropped a bagel on the floor. It was treat time for Donna's dog and beating time for the kid as Donna whacked him on the head with a frying pan. The kid later wondered why Donna didn't just clean up the cream cheese instead of hitting him. That's the same thing the kid's parents wondered when they noticed the abrasion on the boy's head and the same thing police wondered when they arrested Donna for endangering the welfare of a child.
1985: The 218-page swimsuit issue became the biggest issue in Sports Illustrated's history
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