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Stacy’s Stuff for April 25th, 2014
Stacy’s Stuff for April 25th, 2014

Stacy’s Celebrity Dirt

I have to ask you this: ladies, do you think it rings true when you see celebrity guys who have blown it with a lady making their case in interviews? I am referring to singer Aaron Carter who, 10 years or so after cheating on her, has been saying in interviews that he still loves Hillary Duff and wants her back. He said he will never give up on her even though he messed up so bad! It almost seemed a little stalker-ish. But that’s just me. I would rather someone talk to me face-to-face than on national TV.

Time Magazine has released their list of the 100 Most influential People. They are putting out four different covers for this one: Beyonce, Robert Redford, NBA player Jason Collins and General Motors CEO Mary Barra. It’s interesting to see Time putting more celebs on the list than politicians and such. The Pope and President are both on the list, but then again, so is Miley Cyrus. Do you think Miley deserves to be on the list? What about the others I mentioned?

I have to say that I absolutely love Katy Perry’s new video for her song “Birthday!” I love that she plays so many characters in it, and that its not just another video…she really puts herself out there and tries something different. I also think its pretty hilarious. If you haven’t yet, please watch and see which character is your favorite!

So whose side are you going to take on this one? We have all heard that George Clooney got mad and stomped off during a meeting with Steve Wynn, big casino owner in Vegas. Now George is saying that Wynn made some nasty remark about President Obama, and he was just defending him. But Wynn says that never happened, and that George was just super-drunk and got mean. The funny part about the story is that the two guys were apparently meeting to discuss some sort of business venture together. I have a feeling that won’t be happening any time soon. So whose side are you on?

Stacy’s Stuff

The Business Insider has printed the results of a study that tried to determine why women seem to be so attracted to rock stars. Scientists in England have determined that we ladies really do want to hook-up with rock stars, and almost all the time. They looked at whether or not our “cycle” had any effect on this, and figured out that the only difference was that when we are most fertile we want a short term relationship and when we are least fertile, we want the long-term relationship. Either way, it’s always with a rocker. And, we equate musical talent with good genes. Hmmm…what do you think of the study? Do you agree or think it’s a bunch of bunk?

And speaking of rock stars, I would rather be one that date one. Our 7/10 Split poll question was simple: would you rather be a rock star or a movie star? Dino chose movie star (and of course he already is a movie star) but I would rather be the rock star. But if you check out our Facebook page you will see that most people agree with Dino.

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