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Zemenay Auditore showed up at the mall on foot, but asked to borrow a wheelchair because she said a leg injury was acting up. An employee agreed to let her use a chair, and even pushed her to the Apple store, then to her car.
When she asked for another spin around the shopping center, the worker declined . . . which led her to call the emergency number for aid.
A dispatcher warned Auditore about frivolous use of 911, but that didn't deter her from pushing her luck and calling again . . . at which point she was arrested.
No one will accuse KIMBERLY PERRY of being lazy when it comes to her career. She was asked about the stuff she likes to do when THE BAND PERRY is on break and her answer is that she barely takes breaks.
She said, quote, "I always feel kinda like a loser when I get asked about hobbies because honestly since I was 15 I've spent every waking minute with music and towards pursuing our dream."
It sounds like Kimberly's mom may be the only one who can rip her away from music long enough to do other things.
She adds, quote, "I go antique shopping with my mother and find little bits and pieces that, when we actually have time to build a real house, we'll use to furnish it. That kind of girly stuff like that."
JOSH THOMPSON has finished recording his second album and if he's to be believed, listening to it might cause you to break the law. He says, quote, "There's a lot of party, and there's great songwritery, lyrically loaded heartache and love songs.
"At the same time, it's something you can put on and get a speeding ticket to, or drink beer to and have a party. I'm proud of it."
Yes, he said "songwritery". If you Google it, it seems to be a term that songwriters actually use. As far as the album, that's supposed to come out early next year.
ERIC CHURCH isn’t done fooling around with Taylor Swift. After pulling down that trailer for The Outsiders that seemed to be beefing with T . . . but really wasn’t . . . he’s put up a new clip.
In it, he writes, “Mysteries may seem strange. But that’s what makes them fun. Eric adores
This could be a sign that GARTH BROOKS is gearing up for a full-blown tour. He announced that he's doing two nights of shows at Wynn Las Vegas . . . and this time he's bringing his full band. It's a total of four shows, two each night, on January 3rd and 4th. He said, quote, "I've been itching for the chance to bring my band to Vegas to play this room. I can't wait."
He also addressed the possibility that this could lead to a tour. He said, quote, "Will there be something else down the road? Who knows! I'm just going to enjoy getting to turn it up in
The National Toy Hall of Fame just announced the 12 finalists for their 2013 class. And believe it or not, getting into the Toy Hall of Fame is SURPRISINGLY competitive. Only two of the 12 toys will be inducted.
The 12 candidates for 2013 are: Bubbles, chess, the board game Clue, Fisher-Price Little People, green Army men, Magic 8-Ball, My Little Pony, Nerf toys, Pac-Man video games, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the scooter, and the rubber duck.
Last year's inductees were dominoes and "Star Wars" action figures. In 2011, there were three inductees: Hot Wheels, the dollhouse, and the blanket. Yeah, they sometimes like to get abstract and pick things like the blanket or the stick.
The winners for this year will be announced on November 7th. If you want to visit the Toy Hall of Fame, it's in