It's been a CRAZY last few weeks of summer here! Between KISS & Def Lep at Montage, me getting nominated for two Electric City Music Conference Awards (thank you BTW), apartment hunting with my boyfriend (cohabitation time - yikes haha), and my friends having wonderful fun celebrations (babies & birthdays), it's almost escaped me that summer is ending. I don't mind - I love fall! Always been my favorite season.
I'm THRILLED I got to see two of my best friends I rarely see - the first, Nicole (those of you who've seen me play live, you know I wrote a song for her "Nicole's Song") I hung out with her Saturday. SUCH an inspiration, such a joy to me! And we always laugh til we cry!
And then on Tuesday I went to the Pitbull concert in Allentown with my girl Danielle! You may remember Danielle as our former intern - she was on the air with us for a semester in 2012. She's a friend for LIFE definitely!! She's finishing up school at Temple (gradutes in December) so I'm gonna try to get her a job here! Haha of course...
Social media is exploding this morning with the Brangelina story.
Just about everyone is reporting that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were secretly married in France over the weekend. This is not to be confused with the secret wedding they supposedly had last Christmas.
This weekend's news came from a spokesman for the couple, according to most sources.
So, maybe they're married.
Maybe they're not.
And maybe, just maybe, we really don't care anymore...
Have you heard about the Lingerie Football League? Women put on shoulder pads, helmets and not much more and play football.
Yeah, it’s like that.
When the final whistle blew in the LFL’s Eastern Conference Championship game between the Atlanta Steam and the Jacksonville Breeze, Atlanta came out on top, 20-12, and headed for the league finals.
But as the teams lined up for the obligatory post-game handshakes, things got a little out of hand.
A Breeze player called a Steam player a punk-butt female dog – well, her actual words were a little more harsh than that, but it’s certainly something you could hear on network TV after 10PM.
But, that was enough for both benches to clear and for everyone to start hurling insults and punches and more. There’s video of the altercation attached to this story in The New York Daily News – click on it, but be warned, it’s not at all safe for work.
For the finals, the league owners are thinking about filling the stadium with Jello or mud and just let the girls fight one another instead of playing football. That ought to help attendance.