January 23rd, 2012
11:55 AM ET
The Denver Broncos' season is over, and you were probably looking forward to reading a little news that didn’t include Tim Tebow in it. Sorry to disappoint, but to be fair... you’re the one who keeps clicking on the headlines.
The NFL quarterback earned an ear-piercing ovation this weekend when he joined country singer Brad Paisley on stage to sing “I’m Still a Guy.”
“We’ve seen you throw an 80-yard touchdown pass, but can you sing?” Paisley asked Tebow during the concert at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.
July 8th, 2011
12:13 PM ET
We’ll say this for Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton - they’re not afraid of a little friendly competition.
Even while on set, the two were exchanging teasing messages via Twitter about whose appearance would garner more attention. The conversation went from cute, "watch me, not him" tweets to a battle about whether Lambert’s breasts would win out (she says she has six in total, counting her new all-girl trio Pistol Annie):
May 18th, 2011
11:16 AM ET
After Angela Ceravolo said “yes” to Jonathan Tremblay’s proposal, he only had one thing left to do: Thank the band Train for helping him out.
“Thank you guys for coming out here – this has been a dream come true for me,” he said through tears in Atlanta's CNN Center on Monday.
“You’re going to make me cry, man,” singer Pat Monahan said. “I can’t be doing that on CNN. I got a reputation to uphold.”
May 17th, 2011
12:26 PM ET
Stevie Wonder, Arcade Fire, Kanye West, Coldplay and Cee Lo Green top the list of artists who will be performing during the Austin City Limits Music Festival from September 16 to 18.
"The essence of ACL has always been eclectic," said head talent buyer Charles Attal in a statement. "We're incredibly proud to offer something for every kind of music lover."
Eclectic indeed - the list of 130 bands goes on to include Alison Krauss, My Morning Jacket, Bright Eyes, Social Distortion, Empire of the Sun, Big Boi and Randy Newman.
April 18th, 2011
03:28 PM ET
When “Alien” director Ridley Scott announced that he’d be doing a movie based on Monopoly, members of the sketch comedy group Half Day Today shook their heads. First Liam Neeson in “Battleship,” now another film based on a classic board game?
“Our goal was to get a trailer out before the studio [released] theirs,” director Matthew Stubstad said. “We wanted to make fun of how Hollywood is kind of grabbing anything they can to make a movie out of it.”
So the same creative minds that brought us the “Oregon Trail” trailer and the Tiger Woods Voicemail Slow Jam produced a trailer for the “Monopoly” movie. Except this one stars Half Day Today actors Al LeVine and Evan Bregman, and is featured on FunnyOrDie.com instead of on the big screen.
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