She has become the most hated woman in NYC for this selfie she took!!!
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Paul Walker did an amazing thing for a young military couple http://t.co/0YEnJiXKYF— Gawker (@Gawker) December 5, 2013
McDonald's employee accidentally hands customers bag of cash instead of breakfast http://t.co/MaCNq7Qmvn— Gawker (@Gawker) December 4, 2013
Principal bans Hispanic students from speaking Spanish in class http://t.co/A43FNyESve— Gawker (@Gawker) December 4, 2013
DJ Earworm has been creating mashups of the year's top 25 pop songs since 2007 and he's back at it again this year. 2013's "United States of Pop" mashup is called Living The Fantasy and features songs such as Miley Cryus' "Wrecking Ball" and Avici's "Wake Me Up." Earworm told Billboard that this year's mashup is much darker due to ballads taking over the charts. This talented DJ has received millions of Youtube views for a reason! Check out the impressive mashup below!
Miley Cyrus' credit card was declined in a record store in Los Angeles!
Miley was at Freakbeat Records to buy a load of used rock albums. She spent almost 30 minutes in shop with a girlfriend and bought $170 worth of records.
A source says: "No one in the store really recognized Miley, even though she was hard to miss. It's not her demographic of fans. But she was embarrassed none the less when her card was denied! The cashier was really nice and told her the bank probably put a hold on it because it was a large purchase, so she dug out another card and the payment went through."
By the way, Miley is apparently worth at least $150 million.
When Britney Spears was in the Mickey Mouse Club, she played spin-the-bottle with Ryan Gosling.
Britney told Ellen DeGeneres she used to play spin-the-bottle with both Justin Timberlake and Gosling.
As for how the game worked out, Britney said it "never landed on Ryan" and that she "only kissed Justin."
Wheel of Fortune” had some really bad timing on Monday.
The game show broadcast an episode, pre-taped several weeks ago, that included The Fast and the Furious as the answer to a “movie title” puzzle ... Just two days after Paul Walker died in a car crash.
The poor timing was acknowledged by a scroll that ran across the top of the screen, indicating that the show was done well before Walker’s “tragic passing.”
Host Pat Sajak tweeted, “Feel terrible about timing of ‘Fast & Furious’ puzzle tonight. Taped long ago & went out to 200 local stations days ago.”
The official “Wheel of Fortune” Twitter account posted the following message: “The hearts of everyone at Wheel of Fortune go out to the family, friends & fans of Paul Walker.”
Source: Gossip Cop
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