Just frickin' married!
The couple released a statement concerning their wedding that said:
"True love always prevails."
And for that we have to say -- Congratulations!
[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]
Jimmy Fallon is off to great start at settling into his seat behind late night TV's most coveted desk!
Not only did Jimmy have a great debut on his Tonight Show, his Tuesday episode had the highest amount of viewers in 13 years!
Drawing in almost 7.4 million people, last night's show was the most watched Tuesday show since 2000! Cue: applause sign!
Keep up the great work, Jimmy! We're proud to see how far you've come, and cannot wait to see far you'll go!
But if you're going to bet on who will win this week, take our advice and put your money on a Dark Horse!
Her single featuring Juicy J scored its fourth week at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, but galloping close behind is the Oscar-nominated tune Happy!
And it looks like Pharrell is gaining on KatyKat! The Despicable Me 2 soundtrack song actually went to #1 on the Digital Songs list with 329,000 downloads sold! It's also sitting pretty in the top spot on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart!
Will next week be when Mr. Williams takes the crown from off of Katy's head and puts it atop his ginormously fab hat??
Further down the list, You're Mine (Eternal), which is Mariah Carey's first single off of her upcoming album, entered the charts at only #88 after being released last week!
This marks Mimi's 46th single to hit the Hot 100 and she's no stranger to the Top 10!
Here's hoping her new song can climb higher!
I’m lovin’ it! You’re fired!!!
That's what 8-year McDonald's employee Heather Levia heard when she showed up at work this week! The fast food giant terminated the 23-year-old single mother of twins after she bought food for some local firefighters!
As a morning shift manager, Heather thought she could help show her appreciation for a group of firefighters who had been battling a house fire in sub-zero temperatures! When they came into her restaurant, she offered to buy them breakfast!
The crew ordered 25 sandwiches and hash browns that all came out to a bill of $83. But it was Heather who picked up the tab with her own money!
Soon after, another department ordered $70 worth of food so the hardworking woman sent her boss a text asking if the company could pick up the check on this order. Free food for police and fire workers was common practice at her restaurant, according to Heather.
Her boss, however, refused!
Heather even went so far as to call the corporate office to ask permission but the answer was still no!
So, Heather and her co-workers paid