The #1 Reason Women Change Their Hairstyle Is Out of Boredom – LINK
Seven Weird Things People Find Attractive – LINK
Creepy or Romantic? A Man Asked a Woman Out, After Getting Her Number from Her Dog’s Collar – LINK
Men Who Pose With Dogs on Dating Sites Are More Likely to Want to Settle Down – LINK
Five Things to Look Forward to in November
1. Got some money burning a hole in your pocket? Black Friday is November 26th . . . Cyber Monday is the 29th . . . and the 30th is Giving Tuesday.
2. In movies: “Finch” with Tom Hanks hits Apple TV this Friday . . . “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” with Paul Rudd arrives November 19th . . . “South Park: Post Covid” hits Paramount-Plus on the 25th . . . and Peter Jackson’s big “Beatles: Get Back” documentary premieres the same day on Disney-Plus.
3. Most of the big fall TV shows are already back, but also: The new “Judge Judy” spinoff “Judy Justice” premieres today . . . “Big Mouth” returns to Netflix on Friday . . . “Dexter: New Blood” hits Showtime this Sunday . . . “Riverdale” returns on the 16th . . . “Tiger King 2” hits Netflix on the 17th . . . and the new Marvel series “Hawkeye” arrives on Disney-Plus November 24th.
4. If you’re into awards shows: The CMA Awards are November 10th . . . the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony airs November 20th . . . the American Music Awards are the 21st . . . and the Grammy nominees come out on the 23rd.
5. And finally, the holidays: The big ones are Veterans Day on the 11th and Thanksgiving on the 25th. But here are a few more: This Wednesday is National Sandwich Day . . . Thursday is Diwali . . . Saturday is National Nachos Day . . . the 13th is World Kindness Day . . . and the 23rd is National Espresso Day.
ALEC BALDWIN spoke on Saturday with a bunch of reporters who were following him (LINK)
Dune Stays at No. 1 at the Box Office Over Halloween Weekend after it brought in $15.5 million in its second weekend. The overall domestic total is $69.4 million. Halloween Kills came in at No. 2 with $8.5 million followed by No Time To Die at No.3 earning $7.8 mil.
Hocus Pocus 2 is happening. The original stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy will return. The original came out in 1993. Tony Hale from Veep and Aressted Development and Hannah Waddingham from Ted Lasso will also be in it. Hocus Pocus 2 will premiere on Disney Plus during Fall 2022.
Korn’s Jonathan Davis will star as a sadistic killer in the horror film, The Devil’s Tree. He plays “The Pet”, a sicko who thinks killing is a hilariously good time. Here’s the plot “After visiting a landmark tree rumored to be a gateway to hell, a group of friends hold a pitiful house party where, without explanation, they realize they mentally can’t bring themselves to leave. Then torment and slaughter begin at the hands of a supernatural killer with a warped, sadistic sense of humor. No release date for the film has been given at this time, but IMDB says The Devil’s Tree is in post-production.
JOHN WOO is directing a movie called “Silent Night”. It’ll star JOEL KINNAMAN as a father who heads into the criminal underground to avenge his son’s death. And the plan is to film it without a single word of dialogue. Kinnaman is just coming off “The Suicide Squad”. Woo hasn’t directed a Hollywood film since “Paycheck” in 2003. His previous work includes “Face/Off”, “Mission: Impossible 2”, “Broken Arrow”, and “Hard Target” (LINK)
I guess it’s time to officially crown Pete Davidson as the go to penis in Hollywood. Pete now seen holding hands with Kim Kardashian. Which means they are boning. They were out with KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN and TRAVIS BARKER. Friends say they are just friends (LINK)
He has a new book coming out tomorrow called You Can’t Be Serious. Im assuming its in the book but KAL PENN has come out as gay. Not only that, but he’s been dating the same guy for 11 years. And I believe that are engaged. Kal’s partner is a guy named Josh, and they met while he was working in D.C. for the Obama administration. Kal says his family was totally accepting. He and Josh are engaged and planning their wedding. Kal decided to come out publicly when he started writing his book, “You Can’t Be Serious”. It comes out tomorrow (LINK)
This is a bit surprising considering a few months ago he donated a bunch of masks to a college in Oklahoma. And earlier in the pandemic he made “Check Yo Self Before You Wreck Yo Self” T-shirts with a photo of himself in a mask . . . in order to raise money for healthcare workers. ICE CUBE left about $9 million on the table, because he didn’t want to get vaccinated against COVID. He was going to be in a comedy with JACK BLACK called “Oh Hell No” . . . that was going to start filming this winter in Hawaii. But when producers mandated that everyone get vaccinated, he told THEM “Oh hell no”, and walked (LINK)
Kiss have canceled their upcoming Las Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater. Ticket providers will contact customers with refund information. The cancellation is reportedly due to “soft ticket sales.” First announced in August, Kiss’ 12-show residency was to begin on Dec. 29, 2021 and stretch until Feb. 5, 2022. The engagement would have been the band’s second Las Vegas residency, following the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in 2014. On Aug. 18 of this year, Kiss resumed their postponed End of the Road farewell tour, which marked their first time performing a full concert live since March 10, 2020. After four shows, the tour came to a halt when singer Paul Stanley tested positive for COVID-19. At the time, Stanley assured fans that the Kiss team was taking safety precautions seriously, saying that “the band and their crew have operated in a bubble independently to safeguard everyone as much as possible at each show and in between shows. The tour also has a COVID protocol safety officer on staff full-time that is ensuring everyone is closely following all CDC guidelines.” Less than a week later,bandmate Gene Simmons also tested positive for COVID-19, forcing the postponement of another four concerts. Last night, the band embarked on the Kiss Kruise, an all-inclusive excursion that set sail from Miami and will head to Harvest Caye, Belize and Roatan, Honduras before docking on Nov. 3. Members of Kiss’ road crew recently accused the band and their team of “unsafe” COVID-19 protocol on tour. Longtime guitar tech Francis Stueber, who had tested positive for COVID and was quarantining in a Detroit hotel room, died of the virus on Oct. 17 at the age of 52. Kiss production manager Robert Long stated that while daily testing was not implemented on the tour, tests could be ordered and administered to any crew member who requested one. “We had thermometers on every bus, sheets to write down temperatures every morning, mask boxes, and sanitizers everywhere,” Long said. “People were getting tested every other day, we ordered tests regularly. I’m not going to not test people; I take this shit seriously.” (LINK)
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony was kicked off by . . . TAYLOR SWIFT. Taylor was there to induct CAROLE KING, and she started the night with her own version of Carole’s “Will You Love Me Tomorrow”. DR. DRE spoke for LL COOL J, calling him, quote, “the rare artist beloved by you, your mama and all of your kids all at once.” Even though he was previously rejected by the Hall six times, LL thanked the people who kept voting and fighting for him. During his performance, he was joined by EMINEM and JENNIFER LOPEZ. TINA TURNER chose not to travel from Switzerland to accept her honor in person. She was inducted by ANGELA BASSETT. DREW BARRYMORE inducted the GO-GO’S, and she did it in a bath towel and face cream . . . looking like the band on the cover of their “Beauty and the Beat” album. The ladies did their own songs. Then DAVE CHAPPELLE hit the stage as Jay Z’s surprise inductor with a message to the rock world. Jay gave the longest acceptance speech of the night, but he didn’t perform, and no one performed for him. The FOO FIGHTERS played a mini-set of “Best of You”, “My Hero”, and “Everlong”. Then PAUL MCCARTNEY came out to induct them. He drew similarities between himself and DAVE GROHL, and how they both survived the tragic break up of one band to go on and form another. Instead of an all-star jam, the night ended with McCartney and the Foos doing the BEATLES’ “Get Back” (LINK)
Check this out. Some guy on TikTok made the case that Ringo Starr is actually a pretty amazing drummer
Celebrating a Birthday today:
Bo Bice is 46. The “rocker” runner-up from “American Idol” Season 4.
Jenny McCarthy is 49
Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen is 58.
Big Kenny Alphin from Big & Rich is 58. “Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy”.
Anthony Kiedis from the Red Hot Chili Peppers is 59.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is 61.
Fernando Valenzuela is at least 61. Former Dodgers pitcher. Though his birth date is officially listed as November 1st, 1960, most baseball scouts believe he was born up to five years earlier. But hey, if you lie about your age you get to play five more years before people start talking about you retiring.
Country singer Lyle Lovett is 64.
He played Charlie Bucket movie ‘Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory’, he’s now a vet in upstate New York, Peter Ostrum is 64.
Super music producer David Foster is 72.
Today’s birthday he-whore has been in, an incredible, 2,854 fine films, including:
- .. Do The Math
- After School Sluts
- America’s Next Top Body
- Ass Cleavage 1
- The Bigger The Better
- Breast in Class 2: Counterfeit Racks
- The Heavenly Booty
- Intercourse With a Vampire
- And who can forget his role in 2011’s Can I Ass You A Question
Manuel Ferrara is 47 years old
On Saturday a goal from Torey Krug was all the Blues needed to give the Blackhawks a 1-0 loss and have them continue on the worst start of their history – as they Blues are on one of the best of theirs. The team has a few off days as they will play against on Wednesday against the Kings at 9PM – but they will head on their West Coast trip with a new face as the teams backup goalie. Joel Hofer will join the team after Ville Husso was put on the non-active COVID 19 list.
The World Series continues as the Astros had a HUGE come from behind win against the Braves last night. The Braves hit a grand slam in the bottom of the first to go up 4-0. The Astros slowly climbed back and eventually got the 9-5 win in Atlanta. The teams are on their way to Houston tomorrow for game 6. The Braves are still up 3-2 in the series.
Cooper Rush for the Cowboys started in place of Dax Prescott last night after Dax got some extra rest for his right calf sprain. Rush did just fine. He finished the game 24 of 40 with 325 yards and 2 touchdowns and the game winning pass to Amari Cooper with under a minute to go.
Speaking of QB injuries – Jameis Winston of the Saints suffered what coach Sean Payton is calling a “significant” injury after a horse collar tackle last night. It was bad. Payton said he was in tears after he saw Winston in the locker room on crutches. We will find out more today on his injury. Trevor Siemian came in and led the Saints to an upset of the Bucs.
Now – of course – people are already starting the “lets get Drew Brees out of retirement” talks. When asked about it…Brees simply said: “I’ll be their Saturday to call the Notre Dame-Navy game, and I’ll be here to call the NFL game on Sunday.” That pretty much settles that.
We’ve heard plenty of DeShaun Watson stuff lately. Will the Texans trade him? Will he ever play again? Will he go to jail? Well – after hearing that the NFL doesn’t have enough evidence to pursue anything, and then a few of the cases possibly settling, apparently the Texans have upped what they are asking for Watson, and some teams are now no longer interested.
Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley announced Sunday he has to “step away from football at this time” to focus on his mental health. Ridley missed his second game of the season Sunday to deal with a personal matter after also not traveling to London for the team’s game against the New York Jets on Oct. 10. He played against the Miami Dolphins last week. “These past few weeks have been very challenging and as much as I’d like to be on the field competing with my teammates, I need to step away from football at this time and focus on my mental wellbeing,” Ridley said in a statement on Twitter. “This will help me be the best version of myself now and in the future.” Ridley, 26, has 31 catches for 281 yards and two touchdowns this season.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley said Sunday that he decided to deactivate his Twitter account earlier this month in part because it’s good to “get back to where I wanted to be” and that doing so is a “weight lifted.” Beasley’s social media posts became a topic of discussion over the past few months as he shared his views and engaged in conversation, including with teammates, regarding COVID-19 vaccinations and other issues. He took down his account sometime around the team’s win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 5, with Bills fans taking note after the game. The wide receiver had his best game of the year in the win over the Dolphins with his first 100-plus-yard performance. He finished with a team-high 10 catches for 110 yards.
NASCAR driver Kyle Busch apologized via Twitter on Sunday after he used the R-word during a post-race interview with NBC Sports. The veteran driver said it while venting about a passing maneuver from Brad Keselowski after a Cup series race at Martinsville Speedway. He said: “It’s frickin’ r——-, man, so stupid,” Busch said. “I don’t understand these guys. I should beat the s— out of him right now, is what I should do, but that doesn’t do me any good either.” Busch later posted a brief apology on Twitter, saying he never should have used the term.
Mizzou took on Vanderbilt over the weekend and picked up a 37-28 win. The team will take on #1 ranked Georgia this weekend. The game is in Atlanta at 11AM. Also on Saturday, the Fighting Illini lost to Rutgers at home. Their next game is on the road this weekend against Minnesota.
Gary Patterson is out at TCU after 20 years as coach of the Horned Frogs. In meeting with the longtime coach Sunday, school officials asked Patterson to finish this season, but he declined. Instead, Patterson, who coached in the Horned Frogs’ 31-12 loss at Kansas State on Saturday, will be replaced by Jerry Kill, an assistant on his staff, on an interim basis for a team that is 3-5 overall and 1-4 in the Big 12 this season. Patterson won every major national coach of the year award in 2009 and 2014. TCU finished in the top 10 of the AP postseason poll six times, including a No. 2 finish in 2010 and No. 3 in 2013 under his reign.