It's been said that pets and their owners start to look alike after a while. But OwnersEyes.tumblr.com takes that notion to a new and somewhat creepy level by giving pets their owners' eyes.
Earlier this month, 46-year-old Jose Laparra of
And he paid $212,000 for the spell. Yes, $212,000.
For that kind of money, the fortune teller must've convinced him it was one HELL of a spell. But it wasn't. The woman did NOT fall in love with Jose.
So last week, he went to the fortune teller to demand a refund. And he really DEMANDED it . . . he and a few friends broke into the fortune teller's house and tried to FORCE her to pay the money back.
The cops got there quickly and arrested all of them.
If you're wondering where Jose got that kind of money from . . . he's a crook. He used to be the president of a soccer team in
DARIUS RUCKER'S hit "Wagon Wheel" is a cover of a song by the bluegrass group OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW. No big deal, Darius has been giving them props.
But some racist coward on Twitter didn't think Darius had the right to record the song at all. The idiot sent Darius a Tweet that said, "@DariusRucker. Leave country to the white folk."
Darius was beyond shocked. He responded, "Wow. Is this 2013 or 1913? I'll take my Grand Ole Opry membership and leave your racism. Wow."
He had a tough time letting it go too. A little while later he hit up Twitter again and wrote, "Gotta go to bed. This has been hilarious tonight. If any hater thinks I care what you think. I don't make music for you. So don't listen."
The original Tweet was from the handle "pqkullman". That account has been deleted.
We were a sad little last week to hear the
If his song "Give It All We Got" would have made it to the top of the country singles chart, it would have been his 60th Number One record . . . and it would have happened while he was still 60 years old. He turned 61 on Saturday.
Turns out it all depends on what chart you follow. We based our report on "Billboard's" Top Country Songs . . . but the "Sixty for Sixty" campaign didn't limit themselves to that.
They're saying the campaign WAS a success and they cited the Mediabase chart, which measures radio airplay. "Give It All We Got" DID hit the top of that chart . . . because it was the MOST PLAYED song on country radio last week.
Either way, George remained gracious with his words. He said, quote, "As always, I'm thankful to the fans and country radio for their support on all 60 of these number one songs as well as my entire career. They are the ones who made this happen."
George's "Sixty for Sixty" milestone got tons of love on Twitter. You can check the posts here.
CHELY WRIGHT gave birth to twin boys on Saturday. Chely and her wife Lauren Blitzer Wright named them George Samuel and Everett Joseph.
Chely said, quote, "We are grateful for all the amazing medical care and the love and support of family and friends" (People)
BARBARA WALTERS has revealed that HONEY
She says, quote, "A lot of people will say, 'For heaven's sake, this is ridiculous, this is a child at five or six years old entering beauty contests.
"But the relationship between Alana and her mother . . . that's the story, the two of them. It's very touching . . . It's a love story. It's a very sweet, loving story.
"Honey Boo Boo is not an obnoxious little girl. She's sweet and loving with her mother and loving with her sisters. And now Anna has a new baby, and the baby has [three] thumbs, but so what? It'll make you smile."
Barbara's "Most Fascinating People" special airs on
They are: One Direction, Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, "Fifty Shades of Grey" author E.L. James, "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane, Ben Affleck and Hillary Clinton.
Her MOST "fascinating" person won't be announced until the special airs . . . but that still leaves one remaining selection, which will probably be revealed in the coming days so she can drum up more publicity for the show.