Today’s TV weather forecast: Forked lightning with a very chilly snap. Forget reality TV, the bitchiest television show around is not an episode of Real Housewives it’s a morning news show in Philadelphia
In a case that attorneys promised would dive into Michael Jackson’s personal life, US jurors have been shown photographs of the eccentric music legend’s messy, clothes-strewn second-floor bedroom in the rented mansion where he died. Although the foyer of the Holmby Hills home was pristine – a lavish, open space with ornate gold frames – and the dining room boasted flowing white curtains around giant windows that allowed in streaming sunlight, the second floor presented a scene that was radically different, jurors were told in the wrongful-death case brought by the singer’s family against entertainment firm AEG.
Australian rock legend and former Divinyls singer Chrissy Amphlett has died after a long battle with cancer.
If you want to understand the disconnect between watching cooking shows and wanting to cook, get this: Schwan’s Home Service is offering Top Chef–branded frozen meals. The idea that hard-core fans who study contestants’ knife skills every week would choose to order from a giant company that’s been delivering frozen food to rural America for 57 years doesn’t surprise Harry Balzer, who tracks food trends for the market-research firm NPD Group.
Portugal booked themselves a place in the European playoffs for next year’s World Cup finals after a comfortable 4-0 Group One victory over Malta.
Football legend Diego Maradona had his earrings seized by Italian authorities Friday to help pay off his back taxes, according to media reports. The current coach of Argentina’s national team was staying at a clinic in northern Italy in a bid to lose weight when finance police swooped, Reuters.com reported
Roger Federer will be able to bounce back again following his shock U.S.
Authorities are looking for art thieves who made off with a collection of Andy Warhol paintings from a private residence last week, police in Los Angeles, California, said Friday. The stolen pieces included large pop-art portraits of several famous athletes, including tennis pro Chris Evert, basketball great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, soccer legend Pel and Major League Baseball pitcher Tom Seaver, police said