Before you get too drunk to remember these, here are six random stats about St. Patrick’s Day . . .
1. 56% of us are planning to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year.
2. 83% of those people will wear green.
3. We’ll spend a total of $5.3 BILLION celebrating it this year . . . or about $38 per person.
4. Worldwide, we’ll drink 13 million pints of Guinness today.
5. We’ll eat 70% more cabbage this week than normal.
6. And St. Patrick’s Day is just the FOURTH most popular drinking holiday. The top three are New Year’s, Christmas, and the Fourth of July.
“Paris” is a song by American DJ duo The Chainsmokers.
It features uncredited vocals from American singer-songwriter Emily Warren, who previously co-wrote the duo’s single “Don’t Let Me Down”.
It was released on January 13, 2017, through Disruptor Records and Columbia Records.
It was served to Top 40 radio on January 17, 2017 as the follow-up radio single to “Closer”.
The single became the duo’s fourth number one at Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart in its February 25, 2017 issue, and their fifth number one on the magazine’s Dance/Electronic Songs chart in its March 11, 2017 issue.
“The Other Woman” shot straight to number one at the box office this weekend, in an overall unimpressive weekend as far as numbers are concerned.
Deadline is reporting “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” came in at number two even in its fourth week out. Again, lackluster weekend. “Heaven is For Real” is the next movie to keep the religious blockbusters going coming in at number three, and “Rio 2” came in at number four.
The last movie Paul Walker filmed, “Brick Mansions,” rounded out the top five. “The Quiet Ones,” the other new movie this weekend, finished at number seven. None of these numbers will matter too much next weekend, when “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” premieres and presumably, takes complete control at the box office.