Today's news you might've missed:
Singer Carrie Underwood has become more akin to an "American Hero" to Oklahomans recovering from this week's deadly tornado.
The 30-year-old OK native (and season 4 "American Idol" champ) has donated $1 million to the Red Cross for disaster relief, which will aid those rebuilding after Monday's monstrous twister decimated the town of Moore, Oklahoma. The sum was generated by proceeds from her "Blown Away" tour.
Typically, the more installments a movie franchise has, the worse the flicks become.
But with the "Fast & Furious" series, it seems they've put out so many movies the franchise has come full circle to being great again. If you've dismissed "Fast & Furious 6" as nothing but a cheap attempt to milk the last out of a brand, you might want to think again.
On "Good Morning America" Friday, Mariah Carey certainly woke viewers up with a near-wardrobe malfunction.
The singer was chatting with "GMA's" Lara Spencer during her performance in Central Park as part of the show's summer concert series when her sparkly floor-length pink Versace gown gave up.
It sounds like "American Idol" is far more interested in sticking with old friends than making new ones.
After rumors that the show wants Jennifer Lopez to return to the judges' table - which is now missing Randy Jackson and potentially might lose more - come new reports that the production team also has its eye on Jennifer Hudson.
After getting caught with his eyes closed during a press interview earlier this week, we thought it looked like Morgan Freeman was sleeping.
But the actor's since revealed that he was doing something way more high-tech than simply squeezing in a little shut-eye.
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