Carrie Underwood Pulled Over For Speeding
There's a first time for everything! Carrie tweeted after being pulled over for the first time for speeding, we're assuming the police officer let her go after realizing she was indeed Carrie freaking Underwood.
Tom Brady Cuts Interview Short After Comments Made About Daughter
So here is the real tea.
Tom Brady calls into a local sports radio talk show every Monday, 93.1 WEEI in Boston, but now he's reevaluating whether or not he will continue that relationship after a host called his 5 year old daughter "an annoying little pissant."
Alex Reimer has been suspended indefinitely according to WEEI for his comments regarding Brady's daughter-- they were in reference to the opening scene of Tom's Facebook documentary, Tom vs. Time. Brady, who appears on the morning show Kirk & Callahan every Monday, took that opportunity to defend his daughter and express his displeasure with the comments made. Hear Brady cut the interview short below.
However, last night while doing Superbowl press in Minnesota, Brady did reveal he hopes Reimer is not fired for his comments.
Tom Hanks To Play Mr. Rogers
The internet couldn't be any happier Tom Hanks was selected to portray the TV icon in the upcoming film "You Are My Friend." Mr. Rogers passed away in 2003 after a battle with cancer.
Kate Middleton Has Been Secretly Donating Her Royal Hair
If we didn't love Kate Middleton enough already, we're now learning she secretly donated seven inches of her royal locks to the Little Princess Trust to be made into a wig for a child with cancer. Okay going to cry now.
Meryl Streep Is Trademarking Her Name
Yes, it's probably a little late for Meryl to be trademarking her name but IDGAF because Meryl Streep. She's filed the application with the US Trademark Office, like many other celebrities, giving her exclusive rights to the use of her name in the entertainment industry. At this point it's most likely to protect herself on the internet, no one is going to try to impersonate her with speaking engagements etc.