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American Idol to Return for Second Season

American Idol to Return for Second Season

Katy Perry revealed “American Idol” will be back for its second season on ABC on Sunday March, 3rd. Perry shared the news in a video along with her “Idol” judges Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie. Ryan Seacrest is returning as the host of the show and Bobby Bones is making a comeback as the in-house…

Disappointment in Viking-land

Disappointment in Viking-land

A disappointed Minnesota Vikings fan out the team’s stadium up for sale on Craigslist– and included quarterback Kirk Cousins in the deal.   The post which has been flagged for removal reads: “For Sale: Lightly used  $1,000,000,000 stadium.” It goes on to say, “Occupant has been a team that only has success in breaking the hearts…

Recall Alert – Del Monte Fiesta Corn

Recall Alert – Del Monte Fiesta Corn

Hmmm, I’ve had the Fiesta Corn from Del Monte before, it’s good, but you may want to wait a while to buy a can. It’s being recalled. Look on your can for this UPC number “24000 02770,” it’ll be on the label, and the recalled cans also have “Best if Used By” dates of… August…

Demi Lovato Was Google’s Most-Searched Person in 2018

Demi Lovato Was Google’s Most-Searched Person in 2018

Demi Lovato was Google’s most-searched for person in the U.S. during 2018, edging out Meghan Markle, Brett Kavanaugh, Logan Paul and other big names of the year. The pop star made headlines when she relapsed with a drug overdose and entered rehab to get sober again. According to the tech giant’s “Year in Search” data released…

DWTS To Take A Break

DWTS To Take A Break

“Dancing with the Stars” is taking a break. The reality show won’t be airing in Spring 2019, when it would usually debut after the end of “The Bachelor”, but is expected to return in Fall 2019. DWTS also changed up its format in 2018 by doing an all-athletes season in the spring, with a regular season premiering in September.…

Old TV Favorites Are Popular at Christmas

Old TV Favorites Are Popular at Christmas

Some of last week’s most popular television programs are much older than most of the people who watched them. ABC’s showing of “A Charlie Brown Christmas” was the most-watched of a handful of holiday specials that aired in prime-time last week, reaching 5.3 million viewers, the Nielsen company said. It’s a tradition in many households…

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