Roads? Where we're going we won't need roads.
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In California, small town company is looking to give you the full Marty McFly experience!
Arx Pax has created a hoverboard that will actually hover! Sure, it will do so only on special surfaces at a height of 3cm, but hey, that's a start!
In the early 2000s, Jenny McCarthy played a transgender character on the HIGHlarious sitcom Just Shoot Me.
Who knew that years later she would admit that she related so much to that particular role and that it was actually one of her favorite characters to portray!
The Dirty, Sexy, Funny SiriusXM radio host opened up about how much the role of Brandi (formerly known as Burt) made her feel at home.
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Jenny said of the TV role:
This is beyond sad.
Christian Faith Benge, a 16-year-old girl from Ohio, tragically died while walking through a haunted house called the Land of Illusion.
Unfortunately, Christian suffered from a pre-existing heart condition — she had trouble breathing and her heart was enlarged to four times its usual size. To make matters worse, Christian only had one lung.
Say what now??
As you might have already heard, MTV is busily making a TV version of the classic Scream horror films.
But the reason you probably know about the upcoming series is because of all the behind the scenes drama that's accompanied the show so far.
From messed up table reads to recasting before shooting even took place, Scream: The Series, hasn't had the easiest run to air.
What a performer!
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Kiesza stopped by Live! with Kelly and Michael to perform her hit song Hideaway, and her performance was once again flawless!
This is so incredible!! Way to go, science!
A paralyzed man was able to walk again after doctors performed an amazing procedure.
Doctors took olfactory cells (scent smelling cells) and transplanted them into the patient's spinal cord. The patient was paralyzed from the chest down after a knife attack severed his spine.