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A Florida woman called 9-1-1 to report that she was served raw, uncooked waffles at a Village Inn in Tampa. The clip was posted online by the Tampa Police department to raise awareness about when appriopriate time to call the authorities. According to the authorities. 50-percent of 9-1-1 calls aren’t emergencies
There is going to be one less star on Dancing With the Stars next season. ABC has confirmed that Brooke Burke-Charvet will no longer be a part of the show going forward after four years as co-host with Tom Bergeron.
Brooke responded to the news in a statement saying, “I have enjoyed seven seasons co-hosting ‘DWTS’ but understand the need for change considering the position of the show at this juncture. I’ve always been one to embrace change and looking forward to pursuing opportunities I previously wasn’t able to entertain because of contractual obligations to the show. I’ve seen my fair share of shocking eliminations in the ballroom but this one takes the cake.”
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KTLA news anchor Sam Rubin really stepped in it when he mistook Samuel L. Jackson for Laurence Fishburne during an on-air interview on Monday. The actor was appearing on the show to promote his new Robocop movie but things took a turn when Rubin asked about the reaction to his Super Bowl commercial even though it was Fishburne who starred in a new ad for Kia.
The 65-year-old responded, “What Super Bowl commercial?
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunited once again during last night’s telecast (February 9th) of the CBS Grammy Awards Beatles tribute show, The Night That Changed America. The star-studded special, which taped in L.A. on January 27th — the day after last month’s Grammy Awards, aired at 8 p.m. — 50 years to the day and hour that the Beatles made their debut appearance in America on The Ed Sullivan Show.
Dhani Harrison took the stage to play his late father George Harrison‘s masterpiece “Something” with ELO‘s Jeff Lynne and Joe Walsh. Although Sean Lennon was visible throughout the show singing and clapping along in the audience, he did not perform. After playing show closing solo sets, Ringo Starr joined McCartney’s band to sing lead on his signature tune “With A Little Help From My Friends” before drumming on the show’s finale, “Hey Jude.”