Jennifer Aniston is the top choice of famous companions if the nation were to be plunged into darkness.
The former "Friends" star is earning nods from 22-percent to lead a National Geographic Channel list of stars Americans would want to be trapped with in the event of a catastrophic blackout. Tina Fey ranks second among the women, with 17-percent of the vote, while ten-percent would choose Megan Fox.
Fifteen-percent would want to be stuck somewhere with Brad Pitt, which puts him on the top of the men's list. He just edges out Jimmy Fallon, the choice of 13-percent, while 12-percent would pick Jon Stewart. Meanwhile, only four-percent would want to be in a blackout with Miley Cyrus.
My only problem here is I'd take Jennifer Aniston as my choice but IT'S A BLACKOUT.! That might take some of the lure away...
Halloween is next Thursday and with it being the weekend before there are LOTS of spooky parties going on tomorrow night. I'll be going to one dressed as an old man and you guessed it - no costume needed!! To get you in the mood, let's groove to a little MONSTER MASH!
Vince Neil just might be putting his fundraising skills to the test.
"The Las Vegas Review-Journal" says the Motley Crue frontman claims to be on board for the next installment of NBC's "The Celebrity Apprentice." The spin-off to Donald Trump's reality series, "The Apprentice," features stars from all different fields applying their business skills and tapping their wealthy and famous connections to raise money for charity.
A number of other rockers have previously competed on the show, including Meat Loaf, Twisted Sister's Dee Snider, and Poison's Bret Michaels -- who as the season three winner raised 640-thousand dollars for the American Diabetes Association.
The cast for the upcoming season of "The Celebrity Apprentice" hasn't been announced as yet.
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and Kit Kats lead the way among Halloween goodies.
They're topping the list in a CreditDonkey.com poll, with 90-percent saying the chocolate treats are what they'd most want to receive on the holiday. Twix is also a favorite, drawing 88-percent of the vote, while 87-percent like getting M&Ms. More than 80-percent are also fond of Snickers, Hershey's Chocolate Bars, and Milky Ways.
Meanwhile, raisins and Good & Plenty rank among the least favorite Halloween treats. Only 23-percent like to get raisins, while just 29-percent enjoy receiving a packet of Good & Plenty.
Personally, I liked CASH!
The Long Run is the sixth studio album by the Eagles, released in 1979. This was the first Eagles album not to feature founding member Randy Meisner, who was replaced by Timothy B. Schmit. This was also the last studio album until 2007's Long Road Out of Eden, and the last studio album to include Don Felder.
And what a great record it was! I was a freshman in college at the time and we played the hell out of this record! Along with the title track, it includes the hits "I Can't Tell You Why" and "Heartache Tonight." This record is chock full of great album tracks also like "In The City" and "Those Shoes."