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The End of the Video Though....LOL

As seen on HuffPost Comedy, Brian Anderson and his sister recently went on a 7-hour road trip together. Brian's sister didn't seem to enjoy the road trip as much as Brian since he basically sang the entire time. Everything from The Backstreet Boys to Spice Girls to Enya to Nelly. His sister doesn't seem amused with his singing throughout the whole video until the theme song from FRIENDS comes on at the end.....his reaction, priceless.

 

Former President Jimmy Carter Announces He Has Cancer

Former President Jimmy Carter announced today that he has cancer. The cancer was discovered during a recent liver surgery earlier this month to remove a large mass. He did not say what specific cancer he has only that is "now in other parts of my body."

A more public statement will be made sometime next according to the former president.

 

"The Notebook" TV Series?

Rumors have been flying that The CW Network is in talks with author Nicholas Sparks to make the The Notebook into a TV series.

As stated by Entertainment Weekly, “This series will follow the romantic journey of the two beloved central characters Noah and Allie, at the outset of their blossoming relationship as they build their lives and their future together against the backdrop of the racial politics, economic inequities, and social mores of post-World War II of the late 1940s in North Carolina.”

Purely in development as of right now, but if Ryan Gosling doesn't play Noah I'm not watching. 

Photo courtesy of eonline.com

Luke Bryan Hitting The High Notes

Apparently there is a new app out there called Sing! Karaoke by Smule and Luke Bryan just had to try it. He and pop star Jason Derulo sang the hit song from Derulo "Want To Want Me". Luke hits some pretty impressive high notes on this one. 

 
Want to Want Me

How could I not, this was too much fun. Jason Derulo, you're a sanging fool. Oh yeahh http://bit.ly/Sing-With-LukeBryan

Posted by Luke Bryan on Monday, August 10, 2015

Did You Watch the GOP Debate? Here's What You Missed

Let the battle begin! The first prime-time GOP debate was held last night on FOX News. One thing's for sure, I'm not ready to deal with this for the next 15 months.