Well this is certainly a strange date night!
How do we know?
You'd think they wanted to dance to the music together!
Ch-ch-check out their videos (below)!!!!
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has had a rough life lately.
Rob Ford was diagnosed with a rare, aggressive type of malignant tumor. No matter how he's handled his time in public office, that's so awful!
So long, farewell. You done.
The Minnesota Vikings placed Adrian Peterson on the Exempt/Commissioner's Permission list early Wednesday morning.
That means that he can't play football and he actually must "remain away from all team activities."
Why such a serious punishment? Because he's facing a felony child abuse charge and that's a serious deal.
A pop-up restaurant set to open up in a posh area of east London, Hoxton, is rethinking its next steps carefully after receiving huge online backlash.
The restaurant is called Death Row Dinners, and it was supposed to be all about "[eating] like it's your last meal on earth."
The restaurant said:
Oh noes! We hope she's okay!
It was announced on Monday that Lana Del Rey would be canceling all of her upcoming European promo commitments because of health reasons!
Polydor/Universal gave a statement about the singer, saying:
This just isn't a strong enough response.
You know, because the NFL apparently doesn't feel too strongly about domestic violence, as we learned with this whole Ray Rice fiasco!
Well, it created a PR nightmare for the beauty company, and they released a statement about their partnership with the league, saying:
Talk about SHOCKING!
CoverGirl's ad campaign with the NFL this year uses the slogan "Get Your Game Face On." Well, after the tape of former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice beating his wife was released last week, people felt that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell needed to be fired for letting this violence go on, and only giving players a slap on the wrist!
And they used CoverGirl to get their message across!
Dave Benton is a TV news anchor in Illinois and he's been fighting brain cancer.
Sadly, his doctors told him his brain tumor had grown too large for radiation or surgery: He only has months left to live.
So during a newscast, he broke the news to the viewers he had been with for years, saying he's staying strong and even trying a new treatment.
The treatment isn't about