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DEMI LOVATO has had some ups and downs over the past few years, but she’s starting 2020 on a good note. She’s singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl on February 2nd in Miami.
GROSS: A Study Finds Your Cat Will Eat Your Dead Body… and Even Finds What Body Part They’ll Start With
A team at Colorado Mesa University’s Forensic Investigation Research Station just released the results of a study that answered an age-old question: If you dropped dead, would your cat EAT YOU?
BILLIE EILISH had a sensational 2019, but is she ready to join the BIG LEAGUES? Apparently so. She's been tapped to write and perform the title track for the next James Bond movie, "No Time to Die", which hits theaters in April. Billie...
Two GM Engineers Are Busted for Using Two Unreleased New Corvettes for a 100 Mile-an-Hour Street Race
The 2020 Chevy C8 Corvette Stingray officially goes into production next month. But two of the engineers working on the car for General Motors couldn’t wait that long to open it up and see what it could do.
There’s a 44-year-old billionaire named Yusaku Maezawa in Japan, and he’s having quite a year. He kicked off 2020 by promising to give away $9 million to random people on Twitter as a “social experiment.”
And now . . . there’s this.
Don’t tell your parents about this, because it’ll break their heart . . .
According to a new book about 21st century etiquette, leaving someone a VOICEMAIL is now considered rude.
Apparently the most common way we hurt ourselves involves zero physical activity. You literally do it in your sleep . . .
Guy Finds Out a Woman Is Just Dating Him for Free Meals… So He Ditches Her at the Restaurant with the Bill
This is some stone-cold revenge right here.
A guy on Reddit just posted a story about how he handled a situation when he found out a woman he’d been dating was just using him for free meals.
“Ultimate Guitar” has a list of songs with mistakes made during the recording that were kept IN the songs, because somebody liked them. There are seven on the list. They are:
The window between making a New Year's resolution and BREAKING it tends to be pretty short. So hopefully we're still in it. A new survey found just 28% of Americans planned to make a resolution this year, and another 18% said they might. So what's YOUR...