Stephen Colbert cited a recent Washington Times editorial by Ted Nugent on Monday’s episode of ‘The Colbert Report.’ In the editorial, the rocker described the youth of today as “terminally stoned on apathy.”
At first, Colbert seemed skeptical of Nugent’s choice of medium for the editorial, doubting whether the ailing newspaper industry could actually “jolt our youth awake.”
Deputy Joseph Bracey proposed to Ashley West, who works as a Brevard County sheriff dispatcher, over a county-wide police channel. “I love you and I want to spend the rest of my life with you. Will you marry me?” he asked.
In what may be the biggest tease ever, Lady Antebellum released two five-second clips from their upcoming ‘Just a Kiss’ video, which debuts Monday at 1PM ET/Noon CT on the band’s website.
Not much is actually shown in the clips. In the first clip, we see Charles Kelley singing at a deserted train station, and in the second, he’s joined on a train by Hillary Scott and guitarist Dave Haywood.
As expected, Pixar’s ‘Cars 2′ easily took first place at the weekend box office, netting a healthy $68 million. That’s about $8 million higher than the original ‘Cars,’ which opened to $60.1 million in 2006.
“Miranda is an amazing artist and it will be fascinating to see her blend her talents with those of Dia,” said Paul Telegdy, Executive Vice President, Alternative Programming, NBC and Universal Media Studios. “This special duet is what ‘The Voice’ represents to our audience. Together, Miranda and Blake, who represent a true power couple in country music, will help provide a memorable finale for our first season.”
Well, so much for that: A judge ruled Thursday that Lindsay Lohan was only guilty of ‘extremely poor judgment’ after she tested positive last week for alcohol.
Judge Stephanie Sautner also banned Lohan, who is currently under house arrest after she was accused of stealing a $2,500 necklace, from a jewelry store in California and from having parties at her house. She is now only allowed to have “one friend over at a time, and your family, should you want them. That is it.”
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