So sad and scary.
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Mitt Romney's victory parade got rained on…by glitter!
The Republican candidate was glitter bombed while in Minnesota by protestor Robert Erickson.
Kid gets around!
The time is now for Darren Criss. He's the breakout star of Glee, he's kicking ass in his Broadway debut and we imagine there are just so many more good things for him around the corner. In fact, we don't see this star fading for a long, loooooong time. And we're quite alright with that.
As he's quite a hot commodity these days, Details Magazine sat down with our Warbler to talk to him about getting on Broadway, his politics and his celebrity encounters. Here are some of the HIGHlights:
Well, it's about effing time!
After an embarrassing 5% of votes during yesterday's Iowa caucus, Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann has officially suspended her campaign for the Republican Presidential bid, and according to a source close to the politician, she "will acknowledge the reality of Iowa's vote" with a press conference this morning!
The insider continues:
Looks like as long as you can stay still, you can win a primary.
Mitt Romney barely pulled out an Iowa caucus victory over surging candidate Rick Santorum. The Stormin' Mormon edged out his counterpart by 8 votes.
Michele Bachmann, who finished 6th, announced a press conference for 11 AM EST on January 4th, suggesting that she (FINALLY) might be tapping out.
Check out the video (above) of Michele Bachmann making one of the most EPIC question deflections in history, after being asked about an anti-gay comment she made back in 2004.
Actions have consequences, and so do words! Don't run your mouth if U don't want to be held accountable for what U say, Michele!
Unfortunately, it seems that actions always have consequences - even if the initial action was effing HIGHlarious!
Roots drummer Questlove caused a bit of controversy for Late Night With Jimmy Fallon when he chose to play Fishbone's Lyin' Ass Bitch during Michele Bachmann's walk-on song, and apparently now, he's being forced to clear every song choice with three NBC executives!