Gregg had a little bit of a nightmare on Christmas Eve – and it came complete with the dreaded phrase: “assembly required.”
Darlene Love will perform “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” for the final time on “The Late Show with David Letterman” this Friday. Watch a compilation video of Darlene and Dave’s greatest moments here!
Tuesday Night was NOT SO SILENT for Amanda Giles… and we’ve got the eyewitness account to prove it!
You’ve heard of Spygate, well this is “pizza-pie-gate!” Fast Freddy used his vast network of field operatives in the Boston metropolitan area to check in on Amanda, who was heading out on a potential date with destiny.
Last week, Amanda was over at a pizza joint in the North End when she started talking to this guy sitting next to her at the bar. It was a good conversation, and she thinks there may have been a bit of a connection.
A new survey done across the pond in England says one out of every five people like to drink alone – and down an entire bottle of wine by themselves in the process.
Gregg’s daughter, Kaia is growing up so quick, and he’s a little melancholy over the passage of time. She’ll be two years old next month, and up until a week ago, her favorite song was Itsy Bitsy Spider.
Break ups are never fun. There’s the “it’s not you, it’s me,” or “our lives are going in different directions,” or “I don’t want you to get hurt.” But when you’re Amanda, apparently you get broken up with by text message, because you ordered pizza.
When you have a kid, you have to change your lifestyle to where you have to restrict yourself to things you used to do that you can’t do anymore, so you don’t send your kid the wrong message.
Taylor Swift played a slowed-down, emotional version of Vance Joy’s single for BBC Radio 1.