It seems like every single Real Housewives city is getting a major facelift!
However, just because she is done with RHOA doesn't mean she's done being a Bravolebrity!
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One of the most fun parts of a sporting event isn't the actual game itself…
It's when the cameras pan around the audience, calling people out to do things!
Most of us would know what the "kiss cam" is because it's simple: the camera frames up two people and they're supposed to kiss each other.
But have you ever heard of the Atlanta Braves' "Simba cam?"
Cornellskop Animal Training Farm in South Africa is a fully licensed farm that trains animals to work in films.
All the animals on the farm are well cared for, and part of that includes socialization.
That means the cute animals all get to hang out together!
That's the onomatopoeia version of what happened last Saturday at a zoo near East Tawas, Michigan.
Renae Ferguson and her daughter Tina Dobson were visiting the zoo called Sunrise Side Nature Trail and Exotic Park when the Michigan mother decided she wanted to pet one of the "beautiful" lions.
That turned out to be a BIG mistake and it ended up costing the lady part of her finger!
Have you ever thought to yourself, "Man, those designers in the fashion industry are animals!?"
Well, it doesn’t matter if you thought it or not, because now they actually are!!
A Japanese zoo decided to take a creative approach to the distressed denim trend by wrapping toys for lions, tigers, and bears with denim. The resulting chewed, bitten, and clawed fabric was then stitched together to make some animal-distressed pants!
The blurb on the website describes:
This 19-year-old Texas Tech cheerleader has been receiving a lot of messages recently!
And they haven't been pleasant ones!
The college sophomore named Kendall Jones got into a lot of heat recently when she posted pictures on the internet of some animals she's hunted and killed in Africa — including lions, elephants and leopards.
That reality star was Joanna Krupa herself!
Here's what she wrote to Kendall Jones
We understand the basic human urge to throw food at cute animals, we all have it, we're all slaves to it.
But most of us are able to exercise control and not put ourselves in danger, no matter how tasty the treat or how cute the critter.
Though we guess an unidentified woman didn't get the memo.