This happened fast!
TLC was NOT waiting for anyone!
These are two happy campers!
This adorable, and HIGHlarious celeb couple shared a pic from the Kansas City Royals game on Wednesday night, and they were too cute!
The new parents shared a smooth with not only each other but also with the Twitterverse when they shared this pic (above)!
They may not be married yet, but
These radio people must be some pretty diehard fans!
The San Francisco Giants are in the World Series against the Kansas City Royals and a couple of radio stations in San Fran will NOT be playing one particular song to show their support for their favorite MLB team.
And it's Lorde's Royals that seems to be suffering from this kind of support!
Radio stations KFOG Radio and 96.5 KOIT have said they have pulled the song from their lineup until after the World Series is over.
Lorde has said in the past that the inspiration for the song's title came after the musician saw former player George Brett in a Royals uniform back in 1976, so the song does reference the team that probably everyone in San Francisco despises right now!
However, one Kansas City radio station will be fighting back against this ban!
Kansas City radio station 99.7 The Point will be playing the Royals song once every hour from 7am to 7pm on the day of the first game's opener.
Talk about fighting fire with fire!
Take that you couple of San Francisco radio stations!
This is classic!
Erin Andrews has interviewed some of the toughest people in sports, and she wasn't going to let a kid get the best of her on Thursday night when the San Francisco Giants clinched a spot in the World Series.
Giants' catcher Buster Posey was ready to answer a few questions for Miz Andrews, but she decided to ask his crying son instead!
And when the little guy couldn't stop weeping, Erin told him to "Get it together!" LOLz!
Believe it or not, it worked!
Ch-ch-check out the videos (below)!
In the world of baseball, things are getting exciting.
The Kansas City Royals just beat the Baltimore Orioles and will now be heading to the World Series!
And it seems like no one is more excited than KC Royals super-fan Paul Rudd!!
We really don't have much more to say other than we're sure that this is probably going to be the most inspiring thing we hear all day!
Jaide Bucher is only a freshman at Northglenn High School in Northglenn, Colorado, yet she was still able to make it onto the varsity softball team.
Even more impressive is that she's actually the starting catcher for her team, an opportunity rarely awarded to such young athletes.
Oh yeah, and we forgot to mention, Jaide was only born with one arm.