Will Smith was on Jada Pinkett’s Facebook show again “Red Table Talk” and they talked about how they got together. She actually admitted that she went on a date with Alfonso Ribeiro before Will. Will talked about how he wanted Alfonso to hook him up with her but ended up falling for his ex-wife Sheree Zampino first. Then after she filed for divorce, Will called Jada up and said quote, “you’re seeing me now.” More here
Amy Schumer announced yesterday that her and her husband Chris Fischer are expecting their first baby! She posted a picture of her and her husband’s head photoshopped on Meghan Markle & Prince Harry’s head. She told L.A. Times quote, "Chris and I are thrilled and almost positive he's the father. I look forward to competing with Markle every step of the way." More here
Mariah Carey just announced she’s doing her world tour “Caution” kicking of Feb. 2019. Pre-sale for her fan club hits today and regular goes on sale this Friday. More here
This Jags season has been a little rough... If feel like this Instagram post kind of sums it up perfectly.
On Sunday against the Texans, things got a little too heated thought, and a fight happened resulting in many big Instagram posts reposting the video and talking about Jacksonville.
According to our Friends over at Action News Jax the team has released a statement about the fight:
The team's statement:
"The Jacksonville Jaguars and our stadium partners are firmly committed to maintaining a safe and enjoyable experience for all who visit TIAA Bank Field, including fans of the visiting team.
"We in no way condone the behavior during Sunday's Jaguars vs. Texans game, which included a physical altercation between fans in the east stands.
"Per our Fan Code of Conduct, two individuals involved in the altercation were ejected from the stadium.
"Each party, whether a Jaguars season ticket member or a single game purchaser, has had their ticket purchasing privileges rescinded."
"The Jaguars are grateful for the immediate response by stadium security personnel to the situation."
I’ve already accepted the fact that i’ll probably see 10-15 people dressed as fortnite characters at our Gravedigger’s Ball Party this Friday.
Google knows pretty much everything about you, so it makes a lot of sense that "what yo
u're wearing for Halloween" is part of that.
Google analyzed searches for Halloween costumes and found the top 500 things that people are planning to dress up as this year.
Here's the top 10 . .
6. Harley Quinn. (The character from "Suicide Squad" and "Batman".)
Googles Site, frightgeist.withgoogle.com also lets you see the top searched costumes by city... Jacksonville’s #1 is just like the list above... FORTNITE.
Amy Schumer just announced she is pregnant on Instagram!
People.com reported “Amy Schumer and her husband Chris Fischer are expecting their first child together, she had friend Jessica Yellin of News Not Noise announce via Instagram Stories”
Below are pictures of the announce on instagram stories:
If you don't have a Halloween costume yet, here's an idea if you're willing to SELL OUT. And, let's be honest, we're all willing to sell out. Dunkin' Donuts is holding a contest this Halloween where you can win $1,000 and a year's worth of coffee if you dress up like . . . Dunkin' Donuts.
What does that entail? That's up to you, and the more creative you are, the better your chances.
You can enter the contest by posting a photo of yourself anytime between now and November 1st in your Dunkin' Donuts costume using the hashtag #DunkinDressUpContest. Read more
A website called Streaming Observer calculated which horror movie each state is obsessed with, compared to other states.
"Silence of the Lambs" was the clear winner, taking SIX states: Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
The horror comedy "Shaun of the Dead" carried FOUR states: Kansas, Nevada, Washington, and Wisconsin.
"The Exorcist" carried two states, Hawaii and Vermont, plus Washington, D.C.
What did our home state of Florida get.... This is the End... THAT’S NOT EVEN A SCARY MOVIE!
"Halloween" came in at #1 in Alabama and North Carolina. Several other movies were also popular in two states, like "The Birds", "This Is the End", "Get Out", "Evil Dead 2", and "Drag Me to Hell".
And some of the newer, lesser-known flicks that managed to grab a single state included "The Babadook", "The Witch", "House of the Devil", "The Loved Ones", "The Love Witch".
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