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REBECCA BLACK FINALLY RELEASES "SATURDAY"
It’s been almost three years since an unknown 13-year-old girl named Rebecca Black convinced her mother to pay $4,000 for the production of a song and music video called “Friday” that, because it was just that terrible, took the internet by storm and became one of the most popular YouTube videos of all time. Rebecca has finally dropped her brand new song and music video into the world, and appropriately enough, it’s called “Saturday.” "Saturday" is a collaboration with fellow YouTube star Dave Days.
PAUL WALKER CRASH SITE BURNED TREE BARK ALLEGEDLY STOLEN, PUT UP FOR SALE ON EBAY
Pieces of charred tree bark, allegedly stolen from the scene of Paul Walker’s fatal car crash, were put up for sale on eBay before the thief reportedly had a change of heart. According to TMZ, an anonymous seller posted six pieces of fire-damaged bark from the site of Walker’s death last weekend, asking for at least $100 apiece. When the scavenger got hate messages for trying to capitalize on the tragedy, he reportedly took down the auction. “I would like to apologize to the family, friends, and fans of Paul Walker,” he’s quoted as telling TMZ. “At the time I listed the bark for sale, I did not realize the emotional impact it would have.”
"FAMILY GUY" ALERT: BRIAN THE DOG IS COMING BACK
Family Guy fans can rest a bit easier. It looks like Brian the dog will be coming back, one way or the other. The Fox comedy plans to bring back the beloved talking dog on Dec. 15, but how he will come back after dying on Nov. 24 is unknown, reports Entertainment Weekly. The episode titled, "Christmas Guy,” states that “Stewie devises a master plan to get the one and only thing he wants for Christmas.” Wonder what that one and only thing could be? Fans were up in arms after the show killed off Brian, and about two weeks later a change.org petition to bring back the beloved furry friend has more than 128,000 supporters. There’s no reported connection between the outrage and the decision to bring Brian back.