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5/17 - Q: Only 1 in 15 moviegoers does this?
A: Stay and watch credits
5/16 - Q: Over 100,000 kids were treated in American emergency rooms last year for injuries they received from one of these?
A: Swing sets
5/15 - Q: Women who wear this in the picture of their online dating profile gives them a much better chance of meeting someone new?
A: the color red
5/14 - Q: Each year, 2,800 of these are left on New York City subway trains?
5/13 - Q: 9% of parents of young children admit that they do this when their child is crying?
A: Turn up the TV to drown out the sound of crying
5/10 - Q: In a survey, pet owners were asked, “If you could ask your pet one question, what would it be?” What was the #1 question?
A: Do you like your food?
5/9 - Q: 85% of all women admit to having left the house without washing this?
A: Their underwear
5/8 - Q: 11% of all women think it’s totally acceptable to do this when dumping a guy?
A: Dump him by text
5/7 - Q: Every year, several pounds of dirt can accumulate under this?
A: Carpet in your house
5/6 - Q: More than 300,000 of these will be stolen in America this year, with a value of more than $80 million?
5/3 - Q: According to a survey, 3 out of the 4 happiest couples consider THIS an important part of their success together?
A: Back rubs
5/2 - Q: This happens over six times an hour on the average soap opera?
A: Someone lies
5/1 - Q: If you count it all up, women spend about two months of their lives doing this?
A: Shaving her legs
4/30 - Q: Most little kids will say curse words, before they are able to say this?
A: Their ABC’s
4/29 - Q: Just over 50% of all new moms say that after they had their baby, this gets better?
A: Their social life
4/26 - Q: According to the Wall Street Journal, the price of this popular food item has gone up by 46% in the last year?
A: Buffalo Wings
4/25 - Q: Over the course of an entire year, on average, 27 of these are produced every single day?
A: Adult films
4/24 - Q: One out of every three babies born in 2012, will live long enough to do this?
A: Celebrate their 100th birthday
Blue Ivy's gonna be a big sis!
That's right: Superstar supermom Beyoncé is expecting her second child with hubby Jay-Z, multiple sources exclusively confirm to E! News.
The news follows rampant speculation that the "Countdown" songbird was pregnant, even as the couple remained tight-lipped about their ever-growing family.
Rumors first began churning that the Grammy winner was with child when, earlier this month, she walked the red carpet at the Met Gala wearing a custom-made Givenchy gown that deftly concealed her stomach, its bodice cinched high above the waist just as its intricate pattern made it difficult to discern any change in her silhouette.
Speculation then went into overdrive Tuesday after Beyoncé was forced to cancel
her Mrs. Carter Show performance in Antwerp, Belgium, after doctors advised her to rest "as a result of dehydration and exhaustion."
The 31-year-old recently spoke out about the possibility of giving 1-year-old Blue Ivy a sibling, telling ABC News that she "would like more children" and explaining that she thinks her daughter "needs some company."
Looks like that company is coming sooner rather than later.
Congrats to the happy family!
Beyonce's rep could not be reached for comment. Jay-Z's rep had no comment.
Article Source E Online - 5/17/13 by Alexis L Loinaz
Someone alert the paparazzi: Kanye West s not a celebrity, and you guys can pack up and go home. Nothing to see here.
That was the intended takeaway, at least, from another classic-Kanye monologue during West's set Thursday night at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City.
West's show was tied to Adult Swim and its part in the TV industry's advertiser-luring event known as the upfronts. But as West is wont to do, he stole the show with a fiery defense of his own artistry.
"One thing about me, I'm the worst kinda ... celebrity, because all I do is make real music. All I do is sit in the studio and make real, real ... And that's it," he said, according to MTV. "That's ... it. That's ... it. So I don't want nobody trying to run up on me with no cameras, trying to sell pictures ... to magazines, asking me no dumb ... questions, throwing me off of my focus ... I ain't no ... celebrity."
West, who is currently expecting his first child with reality-TV star and retail titan Kim Kardashian, also added that he would not stoop to any self-parodies for his appearance this weekend on "Saturday Night Live." "I ain't here to apologize ..., man. It ain't about me humanizing myself. At what point did I become un-human where I had to turn myself back? Or maybe I was demonized. Or maybe I was treated inhumane and not human in that kind of situation."
"Hell nah, I ain't doing no ... 'SNL' skits; this my ... life. This ain't no ... joke. That's it. Stop that ... right there," he continued.
West's turn as Gregory Peck in "To Kill a Mockingbird" was also punctuated with new music, however. He performed a new single that his frequent collaborator Hudson Mohawke previewed in a recent DJ set in Poland. In the meantime, fans are still waiting to see what will arrive on West's cryptic "June Eighteenth" date of note. We just hope his Lamborghini is doing OK.
Article Source LA Times - By August Brown May 16th 2013
Bill Hader is leaving "SNL," the comedian announced in an interview with The New York Times. His last show will be the Season 38 finale of "Saturday Night Live" on Saturday,
“It was a hard decision, but it has to happen at some point,” Hader, who joined the series in 2005, told The New York Times. "It got to a point where I said, 'Maybe it’s just time to go.'"
The futures of Fred Armisen and Jason Sudeikis are also up in the air as "SNL" breaks for the summer before Season 39. But one other departure is certain: Seth Meyers. Meyers will leave "Saturday Night Live" and take over as "Late Night" host when Jimmy Fallon move to "The Tonight Show," replacing Jay Leno. However, Meyers will stay with "SNL" through the fall before he takes over "Late Night."
Last season, Andy Samberg and Kristen Wiig left the series. Wiig, who recently returned to host "Saturday Night Live," got an emotional sendoff during the Season 37 finale, but Hader said don't expect something similar for him.
"My joke was, we'll start singing 'Ruby Tuesday' and just say bye to Kristen again," he told The Times. "I can just do a little wave at goodnights, and that signifies it."
Hader's last "Saturday Night Live" episode airs Satruday, May 18 at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC.
Article Source Huffington Post - 5/14/13 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/14/bill-hader-leaving-snl-saturday-night-live_n_3271611.html