Bits and Pieces - March 18, 2011
March 18, 2011
New York had its 250th annual St. Patrick's Day celebration yesterday. You could tell it was a special occasion because the priests at St. Patrick's Cathedral replaced the holy water with Guinness.
VANESSA HUDGENS sat down with the FBI for more than an hour this week to determine how her G-mail account got hacked into and more of her naked photos leaked. The FBI says they're closing in on the culprit and they think he's also hacked into accounts belonging to Jessica Alba, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Christina Aguilera, Scarlett Johansson, Ali Larter, Busy Philipps, Miley Cyrus, Emma Caulfield and others. All in all, they say the hackers have hit some 50 celebrities - all female and all hot.
Karen Rodriguez was voted out of AMERICAN IDOL last night. After a last-chance performance of Mariah Carey's "Hero" the judges decided not to save her.
- A 1957 Chevy convertible that once belonged to BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN is being auctioned off online. It was the first car Bruce bought after he signed to Columbia Records in 1972 and you know what they say if you have to ask, but they're saying it should bring nearly $400,000. (Check it out here)
- LIL WAYNE has announced that his upcoming "Tha Carter IV" album will be out on May 16th. Lil Wayne kicked off his I Am Still Music tour in Rhode Island on Wednesday night.
- TAYLOR SWIFT will lend her voice to the animated film Dr. Seuss' The Lorax. She'll voice Audrey, a love interest of Ted, who will be voiced by her one time boyfriend Zac Efron.
- ABC: Supernanny, Primetime: What Would You Do and 20/20 are new
- CBS: NCAA Tournament, Second Round
- Fox: Kitchen Nightmares and Fringe are new
- NBC: A Who Do You Think You Are? (Guest: Rosie O'Donnell) repeat and a new Dateline
- CW: Smallville and Supernatural reruns
- TBS: NCAA Tournament, Second Round
- TNT: NCAA Tournament, Second Round
Duke point guard Kyrie Irving will play limited minutes in the Blue Devils' second-round NCAA tournament game against Hampton today. He's been out since injuring his toe in a game against Butler on December 4th.
There may not be as much madness to March Madness this year. More and more companies are banning employees from filling out their brackets after reports came out showing how many man hours are lost to bracketology every year. Among the companies that have banned their employees from filling out the NCAA basketball brackets on the job...extend hand and prepare to slap forehead...ESPN.
1981: The Buffalo Sabres set an NHL record when they scored 9 goals in one period against Toronto.
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