I went back to Boston for St. Patrick's Day had the best time with some of my closest friends! Boston might be known for freezing weather but when it comes to 3/17 we are known to PARTY!
COULD SHE BE ANY BETTER LOOKING!?
A tiger briefly escaped at the Shrine Circus in Salina, Kan., on Saturday night. No one was injured, but the tiger did give a woman a fright when the two found themselves face-to-furry-face in the ladies' room. According to the Salina Journal, Jenna Krehbiel had just finished watching the big cat show when she excused herself to visit the restroom. Around that same time, one of the cats managed to escape and wandered into the restroom ahead of her. "I went in to use the bathroom, and a lady came in to get her daughter out and said there was a tiger loose," Krehbiel told the Salina Journal. "I didn't know it was in the bathroom, and I walked in the (open) door, which closed right after I had walked in. I saw the tiger; it was at most two feet in front of me, and I turned around calmly and walked back toward the door. Someone opened the door and said, 'Get out.'"
The guy just can't catch a break LOL.
CANNOT. STOP. LAUGHING.
"American Idol" judge Nicki Minaj has defended her often blunt comments to the singing hopefuls, calling it a "disservice" if she were to give false hope to the contestants. The "Superbass" hitmaker has never been one to hold her opinions back, and she proved she was not going to change once she joined the "Idol" panel last year. Bing: More about Nicki Minaj From her feud with co-star Mariah Carey, to even telling three male "Idol" hopefuls to "get off the stage" after a lousy performance, Minaj tells the Hollywood Reporter that she will not apologize for giving the hopefuls the honest truth, since she cares for them and their future success. She explains, "When I speak in a blunt way, like I do, people take that as me not loving or caring about these people, but I really do. They are family to me. I feel like I'm not doing them a service if I blow smoke up their a--. I refuse to do that."
Cyndi Lauper is still having fun -- time after time. It's been 30 years since she released her debut album, She's So Unsual, so the singer is performing the entire album plus a selection of her other best known material on the She's So Unusual Tour starting in San Diego in June.
The tour dates: (subject to change)
Growing old is hell
Early twenties: the morning after four drinks.