BRITNEY SPEARS will perform at the “MTV Video Music Awards” on Sunday, August 28th. She’s singing “Make Me . . .” off her new album “Glory”, which will be out the Friday before the show.
This is her first “VMAs” performance in nine years . . . and it’ll be interesting to see if she tries to top some of her “classics”. In 2000, she gave one of her first sexy performances, ripping off her outfit halfway through to reveal a sequined bodysuit underneath.
The 2001 “VMAs” was the infamous performance with the python and the caged tiger. And two years later, in 2003, she kissed Madonna while she and Christina Aguilera performed “Like a Virgin”. She did “Gimme More” in 2007, although there wasn’t anything wild about that one.
If you’re going to put something in your passenger seat to get away with driving in the carpool lane, might as well go with something interesting. This guy definitely did . . . in the most literal way possible.
A Washington state trooper posted a photo on Twitter yesterday afternoon . . . he caught a guy driving in the carpool lane with a cardboard cutout in the passenger seat.
And the cutout was . . . The Most Interesting Man in the World, from those Dos Equis commercials.
It seems like they both got a laugh out of it . . . because of the Twitter post, and because it looks like the driver is LAUGHING in the photo . . . but he still got a $124 ticket.
At what point do you switch off at work, and start thinking about the weekend? Well, apparently it’s about an hour after you START work on Friday.
According to a new survey, the average person starts winding down and worrying about their weekend plans at 10:19 Friday morning.
Obviously you still get SOME work done after that. But not nearly as much as you do the rest of the week.
On the flip side, 44% said they think about work DURING the weekend. And 20% think about it so much, it sometimes RUINS their weekend.
The survey also found the average person is willing to spend $260 to have a GREAT Saturday and Sunday. But 47% of us basically do the same stuff most of the time.
And 10% of us have lied to our friends and co-workers, or embellished what we did over the weekend so we’d seem more interesting.
This is a sad but interesting debate, ladies: Would you rather have people say you look YOUNG . . . or that you look THIN?
According to a new survey, the best compliment is . . . YOUNG.
Granted, the people in new balance clearance uk the survey were all WOMEN, aged 35 and older. I’m assuming 20-year-old women don’t http://www.the-way.co.uk/ care if people tell them they look young. But you will one day, lady . . . you will.
The moncler jackets price survey also found women become most obsessed with aging at 39-and-a-half years old . . . 10% of women think about how old they look every single day . . . and 47% say photos are the moncler outlet uk main thing that make them think about how old they look.
21% of women say they lie about their age, and they shave off an average of five years. About one out of 10 shave off 10 years.
And here are the top 10 signs they’re aging, according to women . . .
- Wrinkles, 70%.
- Sagging breasts, 50%.
- Losing teeth, new balance outlet uk 37%. Which is weird, but it was a British survey.
- Saying, “I remember when this song first came out,” 25%.
- Forgetting people’s names, 24%.
- More frequent trips to the doctor, 23%.
- Forgetting where you left things, 22%.
- Needing naps, 22%.
- Back pain, 19%. new balance womens
- Wanting to listen to the news instead of music, 16%
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