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Stacy’s Stuff for March 11th, 2014
Stacy’s Stuff for March 11th, 2014

Stacy’s Celebrity Dirt

Do you ever wonder which artists make the most money? Billboard magazine put out their annual Money Makers list. Here are the top 5:

  1. Taylor Swift 39.7 Million
  2. Kenny Chesney 33 Million
  3. Justin Timberlake 31.5 Million
  4. Bon Jovi 29.4 Million
  5. The Rolling Stones 26.2 Million

 ***SPOILER ALERT***

Well, The Bachelor is over and done and once again, it does not appear that the formula worked. Juan Pablo chose…Nikki. But we use the term “chose” loosely because there was no proposal. In fact, he couldn’t even tell her he loved her. He was able to tell her he really liked her…a lot. I have to be honest, if I told a guy I loved him and he said he liked me, I might not accept his final rose. Then again, I wouldn’t have won. And we needed a “winner.” I am just not so sure Nikki would be considered a winner. It seemed more women disliked Juan Pablo in the end. What did you think of Juan Pablo as The Bachelor? Do you think the show should continue, or is it time to put it to rest? Let me know what you think in the comments below!

Remember Steve Irwin? He was The Crocodile Hunter. Hard to believe he died eight years ago after being attacked by a stingray. Well his cameraman that day, Justin Lyons, is finally talking about what happened. Turns out he filmed the whole thing without realizing it, because he was not aware that Steve was wounded until the last minute. He also shared Irwin’s last words, “I’m dying.” Still so sad. His daughter Bindi and her family continue Steve Irwin’s work today. She has grown into a beautiful young woman.

Stacy’s Stuff

7/10 Split Question of the day: The warmer temps have us dreaming of grilling for dinner tonight. If you had to choose one to throw on the grill, which would you choose: hamburger or hot dog? Dino enjoys the burgers more, Stacy the dogs. See what everyone had to say and comment on our Facebook page.

Do you think the term bossy is a gender-specific term? A group of celebs have put together the Ban Bossy campaign to encourage everyone to stop using the term bossy for young girls, because it might be keeping them from displaying leadership qualities or wanting to be a leader. This was a controversial topic for us today. You can check out what listeners thought on Facebook, or you can watch the campaign video here.

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