Last night, I almost threw my phone at the tv. While watching America’s Got Talent, one of my favorite male singers didn’t make the cut.
That’s Justin Rhodes. He’s a singer. A really good singer.
Aparently, his final audition was crap, according to the judges.
BUT NO! HE WAS CUT!
He was cut! But THIS guy made it through….
Yup. Me, too. Bad call, America’s Got Talent Judges. #BringJustinBack
I thought I knew everything about some of my favorite 90′s shows growing up…but apparently I didn’t!
Check out this list of fun facts from some of your favorite ’90s TV shows…
Just when I think Jimmy Fallon can’t get any better he’s joined by Dwayne Johnson. They chatted a little about Dwayne’s workout to get ripped for the new Hercules movie, and of course it’s turned into a hilarious Fallon segment.
Check out this adorable grandpa and his surprise wedding dance. =D
Since Tim is on vacation today…I get to update you with the latest Weird Al video!
Yesterday he released “Handy”…a parody of Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy”. It’s kinda wonderful!
Watch it below!
I wonder what he will release today?!?
You guys. This is my favorite thing right now. It has everything I never thought I wanted: track suits, fake mustaches, Kristin Stewart lip-syncing, Brie Larson doing her best boy-dance and Anne Hathaway moving her arm as a clock does when a lyric says, “ticking”. Plus so much more!
Watch for some giggles.
…not to mention the song is so rad, I can’t stand it!
Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper will submit signatures on Tuesday to put a measure that would split California in six separate states.
According to the “Six Californias” plan, each of the six states would have its own government and own collection of elected officials, including congressional representatives.
Much of the Bay Area, including Santa Cruz and Monterey, would become the state of Silicon Valley under the proposal. The northernmost counties would become Jefferson; some North Bay counties would become part of North California, an area that stretches through Sacramento to the Sierra; Stockton, Fresno and Bakersfield would be among Central California’s largest cities; Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara would end up in West California; and San Diego would become the major city in South California.
What are your thoughts? Should we divide Indiana into different states?