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Hailee Steinfeld Interview

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Keep Your Eye on the... Wait... What?

This video is going viral.

The Milford Mighty Mites (that's Milford, Masachusetts) are a Pee Wee Football team.

Over the weekend, they took the field at halftime during a varsity football game for a scrimmage.

Good chance for the little guys to be seen on a bigger stage, right?

But the field's PA system kept playing music while the kids played, and some of there were overtaken by it when "Whip Nae Nae" started playing.

It's hilarious. Half of the kids look like they're in a dance-off, while the other half are there for some football.

I think dance football has some potential...
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Glass Walkway 3500 Feet Up Shatters - But It's Okay!

Not even a month ago, a glass-bottomed walkway opened to the public at Yuntai Mountain Geological Park in Henan Province, China.

It's 3540 feet up, and wraps around an outcropping of rock in a U shape.

On Monday, a tourist dropped a stainless-steel coffee mug on the walkway, and the glass shattered, "causing the tourists on it to understandably freak out," according to one source.

You think?

There are three panels of glass, and only one cracked, so the engineers claim no one was in danger.

Uh huh. Know what? Just watching the video makes me squeamish.

Being on it and hearing it crack - safe or not - I'm getting off and never getting back on...

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"No Matter Where I Go, Dad Will Always Be With Me"

Bindi Irwin is really lighting things up on Dancing with the Stars.

This week, she dedicated her routine to her late dad, Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter.

And it's an amazing dance. Very touching, very moving. 

And right now, she's the odds-on favorite to win the entire season...
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The End is Near

The official trailer for Mockingjay 2, the final episode in the Hunger Games saga, has been released.

The movie comes out just before Thanksgiving.

If you saw Mockingjay 1, maybe you were as disappointed as me.

Just when it got to the part where it was getting really interesting, it stopped.

The only thing missing was the "... to be continued" graphic over the final scene.

Which may have been there, I don't really remember any more.
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Posted by The Hunger Games on Tuesday, October 6, 2015
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If You're Reading This, He Was Wrong... Again

A preacher in Pennsylvania predicted in July that yesterday, October 7, 2015, would be the end of the world.

Pretty definitive and bold statement. Especially when you consider he used the world "annihilate."

If you're just reading about this for the first time, oops.

Looks like the preacher had it wrong.


A few years ago, he predicted the end of the Earth on May 21, 2011.

That didn't happen either. Ask anyone.

Even the video he posted back in July doesn't believe what he believes. At the end, it's telling people to like his Facebook page - and nowhere does it say "temporarily."

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Leno Moves in on The Tonight Show Again!

The other night on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon pulled a hamstring during the opening monologue.

It was so bad, he couldn't continue.

Luckily, former Tonight Show host Jay Leno was waiting in the wings, and stepped in to take over.

He looked right at home, and his jokes were pretty darn good.
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'This Night Is Flawless, Don’t You Let It Go'

Vance Joy has just left the stage after singing "Riptide." The lights go down. The crowd screams. Then, in a moment, lights flood the arena as Taylor Swift welcomes you to New York.

Or Toronto, if it's October 4 and you joined me and 55,000 other fans as we crowded into the Rogers Centre listening to Taylor open her 1989 world tour with "Welcome to New York."

Taylor invited us to join her squad, not only calling us all her friends, but also providing each and every person with interactive glowing wrist bands that simultaneously changed colors throughout the show. The light show was intensified by thousands of fans who brought their own glowing signs, proclaiming everything from "1989" to "I met Taylor Swift in my Wildest Dreams." We became part of her concert.

And what would a Taylor Swift concert be without a special surprise guest? That first night in Toronto it was country sensation Keith Urban. Taylor went back to her country roots, trading off verses of "John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16," and "Love Somebody" with Urban.

But there was no shortage of Taylor's new pop sound that we have all come to know and love. She sang 12 out of the 13 tracks from 1989, including crowd favorites like "Bad Blood" and "Blank Space," and lesser known songs like "I Know Places." Diehard fans sang every lyric.

The climactic finale: "Shake It Off." She had the entire arena on their feet, shaking along with her and her dancers on a rotating stage complimented by fireworks and lasers.

But it wasn't just the finale that had a special Taylor flair. Neon lights, smoke machines, costume changes, flying dancers, and complex sets made every song a new adventure.

Even old favorites like "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," and "I Knew You Were Trouble" took fans by surprise as they were reinterpreted into rock anthems.

Taylor slowed things down a bit with an acoustic rendition of her 2009 hit "You Belong With Me," a new addition to her set list from the beginning of her tour.

In an intense fusion of old and new, she remixed "Wildest Dreams" with "Enchanted" on the piano, singing "this night is flawless, don't you let it go."

If you didn't catch Taylor in Toronto, don't worry, her world tour continues on into December. Although you might have to fly to Australia for a seat at one of her final shows.
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Mama Knows With Velma Dixon Buffalo Bills Boobie Dixons Mom

photo courtesy of the Buffalo Bills
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"Are You Crazy? We Don't Have to Work Anymore!"

A woman in Michigan became a millionaire many, many times over this week, after hitting the $310 million Powerball jackpot.

Julie Leach was working an overnight shift at a fiberglass factory when she found out.

She says she quit her "nasty, dirty job" automatically.

She plans to use the money to pay off her current debts, travel, and then buy up land and build houses for her kids and grandchildren.

It's so refreshing to find someone honest about quitting her job.

Don't you just loathe those lottery winners who say, "Oh, I'll keep my job."

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