Here’s our LOL Video Of The Day! This puppy that can’t stay awake is adorable enough as-is. What makes it funny is the fact that they were watching a chick-flick at the time, and as any guy can tell you – we all have the same response! You must check this out….
Flynn shared these videos with us, hoping it would brighten our day....I think it worked!
Lots of people were there to help following the Manchester terror attack including Joan Grande, mother of Ariana Grande.
During the tragic event that left 22 dead at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England on Monday night, some people emerged as helpers. One of them was the singer’s own mother, Joan Grande.
The star’s mom was already backstage to see her daughter when she heard the explosion and she snapped into action and helped a number of fans get to safety backstage.
Joan reportedly kept the fans company until they could safely leave the arena. Some Manchester residents showed goodwill by selflessly opening their homes to the hundreds of stranded young people trying to get away from the chaos. It’s a good reminder that despite the hate and evil out there, humanity and kindness are still there.
Source: ABC News
Chris Blue is the new winner of "The Voice."
Congratulations are in order for Chris Blue. After two star-studded hours that included the likes of Gladys Knight, Rascal Flatts, Little Big Town, Chris Stapleton, and Miley Cyrus, the Alicia Keys protégé was crowned the winner of this season of “The Voice.”
Blue and Usher also were tasked with paying tribute to the situation in Manchester. They didn’t disappoint with their rendition of R.E.M.’s “Everybody Hurts.” Another highlight was future coach Jennifer Hudson performing “Remember Me.”
Chris’ win marks the first one for Alicia. Congratulations again!
Source: NBC/The Voice
NFL Commissioner says league will ease up on celebration penalties, but still no twerking.
The NFL has followed through on a promise to relax rules for player celebrations. The move is in response to widespread criticism last season about penalties and fines that targeted harmless and spontaneous moments.
At the NFL’s spring meeting in Chicago, Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that players will now be allowed to use the ball as a prop and celebrate in groups. Players can also go to the ground to celebrate in the form of snow angels. Those actions had been banned in recent years.
Goodell says players have asked for more freedom, but notes that offensive demonstrations or prolonged celebrations that delay the game will still be subject to penalties.