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Kim and Kanye Are Engaged
KANYE WEST rented out AT&T Park, where the San Francisco Giants play, to propose to KIM KARDASHIAN. It happened on Monday, which was Kim's 33rd birthday. She said yes. And of course, cameras were rolling . . . so we can probably expect to see this on an upcoming episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians".
Kanye blindfolded Kim and took her to AT&T Park in San Francisco, where the Giants play. He had a FULL ORCHESTRA there to play one of Kim's favorite songs, LANA DEL REY'S "Young and Beautiful".
Then he got down on one knee and popped the question with a 15-carat diamond, and the words "PLEEEASE MARRY MEEE!!!" up on the scoreboard. After she said yes, family and friends came out onto the field to celebrate with them.
Kanye spent $35,000 to rent out the stadium . . . and a reported $1.25 million on the ring. (Check out some photos here.)
Pauly D from "Jersey Shore" is a Dad
PAULY D from "Jersey Shore" is a dad. He has a 5-month-old daughter named Amabella.
She's the result of a VEGAS HOOKUP last fall, but it's legit. Pauly took a DNA test and everything.
Pauly says, quote, "I'm proud I'm a father. I am excited to embark on this new part of my life." As far as we know, he's not involved with the mother.
Sean Penn Wants to Pick Food From Julia Roberts' Teeth?
During the Hollywood Film Awards on Monday night, SEAN PENN introduced honoree JULIA ROBERTS with a bizarre, rambling speech in which he talked about how sexy it is to watch her eat, and how he'd love to see a 3D movie of her eating, while he sat in the audience with a virtual toothpick. He might have been a little drunk.
Robert Downey Jr. Is the Most Valuable Movie Star
Vulture.com has released its annual list of the Most Valuable Movie Stars. ROBERT DOWNEY JR. tops it . . . and he's followed by LEONARDO DICAPRIO and JENNIFER LAWRENCE.
Here's the Top 20 . . .
1. Robert Downey Jr.
2. Leonardo DiCaprio
3. Jennifer Lawrence
4. Sandra Bullock
5. Brad Pitt
6. Will Smith
7. Christian Bale
8. Denzel Washington
9. Tom Hanks
10. Johnny Depp
11. Hugh Jackman
12. Angelina Jolie
13. Meryl Streep
14. Tom Cruise
15. Daniel Radcliffe
16. Jennifer Aniston
17. Daniel Craig
18. George Clooney
19. Matt Damon
20. Mila Kunis
Meanwhile, here are 10 people who FELL OFF this year's list . . .
Jaden Smith . . . Blake Lively . . . Gwyneth Paltrow . . . Jim Carrey . . . Sam Worthington . . .
Katherine Heigl . . . Gerard Butler . . . Sacha Baron Cohen . . . Kate Beckinsale . . . Keanu Reeves.
Michael Vick is Still the NFL's Most Disliked Player
Forbes.com has released its annual list of the NFL's Most Disliked Players. And MICHAEL VICK is on top once again. Also making this year's list: Manti T'eo, Ben Roethlisberger, Tom Brady and Reggie Bush.
Here's the complete list:
1. Michael Vick . . . Philadelphia Eagles . . . 53%
2. Manti T'eo . . . San Diego Chargers . . . 48%
3. Ndamukong Suh . . . Detroit Lions . . . 43%
4. (tie) Ben Roethlisberger . . . Pittsburgh Steelers . . . 40%
4. (tie) Mark Sanchez . . . New York Jets . . . 40%
6. Jay Cutler . . . Chicago Bears . . . 33%
7. Tony Romo . . . Dallas Cowboys . . . 32%
8. Tom Brady . . . New England Patriots . . . 25%
9. Carson Palmer . . . Arizona Cardinals . . . 24%
10. Reggie Bush . . . Detroit Lions . . . 22%
(Check out the list here.)
Ben & Jerry's Now Has an "Anchorman" Flavor: Scotchy Scotch Scotch
Now you can get your Scotch on just like Ron Burgundy . . . without the hangover. In honor of "Anchorman 2", Ben & Jerry's is offering a new flavor, Scotchy Scotch Scotch.
It's a butterscotch ice cream with butterscotch ribbons. And it's only available for a limited time. The movie hits theaters December 20th. (Here's a picture.)
"Sunday Night Football" Had Its Fourth Highest Ratings Ever . . . While "The Blacklist" and "The Walking Dead" Hold on to Strong Ratings
"Sunday Night Football's" Colts-Broncos match-up was the highest-rated October game in 15 years . . . and the fourth highest-rated "Sunday Night Football" game ever. Nearly 27 million fans tuned in to watch Peyton Manning's return to Indianapolis.
The numbers for the second episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead" are down from the season premiere, but its 13.9 million audience was still the show's second best ever.
And "The Blacklist" is not only holding on to strong numbers, it's also setting DVR records. After DVRs were counted, last week's episode jumped from having an audience of 11 million people on the day it aired up to a total of 17.9 million viewers.
Here are the top 20 shows:
1. "Sunday Night Football", NBC, 26.9 million viewers. The Indianapolis Colts beat Peyton Manning and his new team, the Denver Broncos, 39-33.
2. "NCIS", CBS, 18.8 million viewers.
3. "The Big Bang Theory", CBS, 17.8 million viewers.
4. "Football Night in America", NBC, 15.3 million viewers.
5. "60 Minutes", CBS, 15 million viewers.
6. "NCIS: Los Angeles", CBS, 14.6 million viewers.
7. "The Walking Dead", AMC, 13.9 million viewers.
8. Monday's episode of "The Voice", NBC, 13.8 million viewers.
9. "Dancing with the Stars", ABC, 13 million viewers.
10. Tuesday's episode of "The Voice", NBC, 13 million viewers.
11. "Person of Interest", CBS, 12.7 million viewers.
12. "The Millers", CBS, 12.3 million viewers.
13. "Monday Night Football", ESPN, 12 million viewers. The San Diego Chargers beat the Indianapolis Colts, 19-9.
14. "Castle", ABC, 11.1 million viewers.
15. "Criminal Minds", CBS, 11.1 million viewers.
16. "Modern Family", ABC, 11 million viewers.
17. "The Blacklist", NBC, 11 million viewers.
18. "Blue Bloods", CBS, 10.6 million viewers.
19. "Toy Story of Terror!", ABC, 10.5 million viewers.
20. "Survivor", CBS, 10.1 million viewers.
TV Ratings (continued)
And here are some additional ratings you may or may not be interested in:
• The 15th season premiere of "The Biggest Loser" got 7.2 million viewers. "American Idol's" Ruben Studdard is one of this season's contestants.
• "Thursday Night Football", when the Seattle Seahawks beat the Arizona Cardinals, 34-22, had 6 million viewers.
• 3.7 million people watched Snoop Dogg host the "BET Hip Hop Awards".
• The 12th season finale of "Project Runway" had 2.7 million viewers. The 24-year-old sewing minx Dom Streater took the $500,000 prize.
• The 5th season premiere of "White Collar" had 2.5 million viewers.
• The series premiere of the CW's "Reign" had 2 million viewers. Australian minx Adelaide Kane stars as Mary, Queen of Scots.
• The 3rd season finale of "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle" had 1.8 million viewers.
• The 2nd season finale of MTV's "Catfish" attracted 1.8 million viewers.
• The series premiere of "Criss Angel BeLIEve" only got 950,000 viewers on Spike.
• The "Queer Eye Reunion: 10 Years Later" only got 865,000 viewers on Bravo.
Wednesday TV Reminders:
• "World Series" [Game 1] . . . 7:30 to 10:30 P.M. Eastern on Fox. The Boston Red Sox host the St. Louis Cardinals. The second game airs tomorrow night.
• "Modern Family" . . . 9:00 to 9:30 P.M. on ABC. Nathan Lane guest stars.
• "Super Fun Night" . . . 9:30 to 10:00 P.M. on ABC. Ashley Tisdale guest stars.
• "Duck Dynasty" [4th Season Finale] . . . 10:00 to 10:30 P.M. on A&E. Si does his "Thriller" dance for a Halloween-themed episode.
• "CSI" . . . 10:00 to 11:00 P.M. on CBS. Marg Helgenberger returns as Catherine Willows to help the team solve a cold case.
• "Watch What Happens: Live" . . . 11:00 to 11:30 P.M. on Bravo. Josh Altman, Josh Flagg and Madison Hildebrand from "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles".
Early Morning Show Guests:
• "The Today Show" - Javier Bardem ("The Counselor"), "Love Boat" star Gavin MacLeod (for his memoir "This Is Your Captain Speaking"), and Alyssa Milano (host of "Project Runway All Stars").
• "Good Morning America" - A "Do the Right Thing" cast reunion, the cast of "The Middle" celebrates 100 episodes, and an interview with the cast of "Pretty Little Liars".
• "CBS This Morning" - Mandy Patinkin and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.
Mid-Morning Show Guests:
• "Live! With Kelly and Michael" - "Game of Thrones" minx Natalie Dormer ("The Counselor") and John Lithgow (the White Rabbit in "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland").
• "The View" - The cast of ABC's "The Middle". Jason Thompson co-hosts.
• "Rachael Ray" - Ted Danson ("CSI") and Amy Carlson (Danny's wife Linda on "Blue Bloods").
This Afternoon On TV:
• "Ellen DeGeneres" - Shania Twain and Bellamy Young (the First Lady on "Scandal"). Music Guest: Bon Jovi.
• "The Talk" - "CSI's" Ted Danson, Elisabeth Shue, Jorja Fox, and Eric Szmanda.
• "Katie Couric" - Hannah Luce, the only survivor of a plane crash, promotes her book "Fields of Grace". PlusMichael Ian Black and D.L. Hughley pimp their new game show "Trust Me, I'm a Game Show Host".
• "Queen Latifah Show" - Martha Stewart, Anthony Anderson, and Ben Harper.
• "Steve Harvey" - Dr. Laura Berman on college students offering companionship in exchange for paying their college bills. Also: A surprise for "Bike Vigilante" Kayla Smith, who stole her bike back after the thief tried to sell it on Craigslist.
• "Dr. Phil" - "Stepparent Abuse - Part 2 of 2" Brenda and Drew continue their talk with Dr. Phil, and the Medical Director for the Department of Children and Family Services gives a strong warning to both parents.
• "Dr. Oz Show" No guests listed yet. Check your local listings.
• "Wendy Williams" - "X Factor" judge Paulina Rubio and "Project Runway All Stars" judge Isaac Mizrahi.
• "Bethenny" - Ian Ziering, NFL stud Tiki Barber, and the sexy Amber Rose discuss jealousy and revenge. "Biggest Loser" trainer Bob Harper is also a guest.
Tonight's Late Night Talk Shows:
• "Letterman" - Steve Martin and comedienne Kathleen Madigan. Music Guests: The Krüger Brothers with Steve Martin. (REPEAT)
• "Jimmy Kimmel" - Sean "Diddy" Combs. Music Guest: Keith Urban.
• "The Tonight Show" - Harrison Ford ("Ender's Game"). Music Guest: Daughtry.
• "Jimmy Fallon" - Julie Bowen ("Modern Family") and Mandy Patinkin ("Homeland"). Music Guests: Dierks Bentley with Mike McCready.
• "Carson Daly" - The bands Duologue and Kitten.
• "Arsenio" - Allison Janney ("Mom"), David Oyelowo ("The Butler"). Music Guests: Kendrick Lamar and rapper ScHoolboy Q. (REPEAT)
• "Conan" - Anna Faris ("Mom") and Jackson Nicoll (the little kid in "Bad Grandpa"). Music Guest: Okkervil River.
• "Craig Ferguson" - Megan Mullally ("Childrens Hospital") and former Dodger manager Tommy Lasorda. (REPEAT)
• "Chelsea Lately" - Round table guests are Moshe Kasher, Cameron Esposito and Kurt Braunohler.
• "Jon Stewart" - Author Charles Krauthammer ("Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes and Politics").
• "The Colbert Report" - Gwen Ifill ("Washington Week in Review") and Judy Woodruff ("PBS NewsHour").
81% of Women Buy Clothes That Are Too Small So They'll Lose Weight
According to a new survey, 81% of women buy clothes that are too small, because they think it'll motivate them to lose weight. More than two-thirds have banned their entire FAMILY from eating certain snacks, so they won't get tempted themselves. And 25% have put up a photo of a skinny celebrity to remind them of what they WANT their body to look like.
Stupid Photo Trend of the Day: "Mamming" . . . Where You Place Your Breasts on Things
The newest online photo trend is called MAMMING . . . where women take photos of themselves placing their BREASTS on things. It's SUPPOSED to raise awareness for mammograms and breast cancer prevention . . . but mostly it's about showing off your breasts
Three Halloween Quick Hits: A One-Legged Guy Dressed as a Flamingo, Your Mask Has Bacteria in It, and Petco's $25,000 Costume Contest
Here are three random Halloween stories for you. The one-legged guy who dressed as the LEG LAMP from "A Christmas Story" last year has a new costume: he's balancing upside-down on his crutches to be a flamingo . . . a study found you should sanitize your Halloween mask since they're filled with bacteria . . . and you have a few more days to enter Petco's $25,000 pet costume contest online.
1. Last year, a photo went viral of a guy named Josh Sundquist who only has one leg. Because for Halloween, he dressed up as the LEG LAMP from "A Christmas Story".
This year he's back with a crazier costume . . . he's dressing as a FLAMINGO. He's basically balancing UPSIDE-DOWN on pink arm crutches and has his leg decorated like a flamingo's head sticking up in the air. (Buzzfeed) (Check it out here.)
2. In case you want a damper on your Halloween . . . that mask you're going to wear is probably FULL of bacteria. A TV station in Phoenix tested masks and found after just ONE wearing, 100% of them had some contamination inside.
So make sure to sanitize your kid's mask before he wears it. Even if you bought it new, there's a chance someone tried it on in the store. (AZ Family)
3. Petco is currently running its annual contest for the best PET COSTUME. You can submit your entry on their Facebook page this week, but voting ends on Sunday, so hustle. The top prize is $25,000. (Petco)
The McDonald's Dollar Menu and Amazon Free Shipping Both Increased Their Prices
: Two HUGE companies just increased the prices on two very popular items. McDonald's is officially changing its Dollar Menu to the "Dollar Menu and More" on November 4th, with items costing anywhere from $1 to $5. And you'll now have to spend at least $35 on Amazon to get free shipping . . . you only needed to spend $25 to get it for the past ten years.
1. The McDonald's Dollar Menu. We'd heard reports that the McDonald's Dollar Menu might not be the Dollar Menu for much longer . . . and now it's official. As of November 4th, it will become the "Dollar Menu and More."
Yes, there will still be some items on the menu for $1 . . . but it will also include things that cost $2, and even a 20-piece McNuggets that costs $5. In other words, the Dollar Menu and More is basically just the MENU.
2. Amazon Free Shipping. This one caught us off guard. For more than a DECADE now, Amazon has offered free shipping on orders over $25. It's one of the reasons they became so incredibly popular.
Well, sometime over the past few days, Amazon VERY QUIETLY bumped the minimum up to $35. If you pay the annual fee for Prime shipping, you aren't affected . . . you'll still get two-day shipping without paying extra. (AdAge / Consumerist)
There's a New Underwear Line That Filters the Smell of Your Flatulence?
There's a new underwear line in England that promises to filter the smell of your FLATULENCE. It's made from the same material that's used for CHEMICAL WARFARE suits. It's in both men's and women's styles, but costs a LOT . . . a minimum of $31 for women and $39 for men for one pair, plus international shipping.
The Southern Accent Is Voted the Most Attractive Accent in North America
In a new survey, the Southern accent was voted the MOST ATTRACTIVE ACCENT in North America. The New York accent came in second . . . and the Mid-Atlantic accent came in last.
2. New York.
4. Boston/New England.
5. New Jersey.
8. Mid-Atlantic. (Moultrie News)
Amandla Stenberg - 15 (Rue in "The Hunger Games".)
Jessica Stroup - 27 (Naughty bipolar Erin Silver on "90210". She'll be joining the cast of "The Following" next season as Kevin Bacon's neice.)
Masiela Lusha - 28 (George's daughter Carmen on "The George Lopez Show". She goes BLONDE to play a princess in a low budget movie called "Orc Wars".)
Meghan McCain - 29 (John McCain's sexy daughter.)
Ryan Reynolds - 37 ("Green Lantern", "Van Wilder", and "The Proposal" star who's over 60% abs. He gets to nail Blake Lively ANY TIME HE WANTS TO.)
Cat Deeley - 37 (Blonde minx who hosts "So You Think You Can Dance?")
Michelle Beadle - 38 (Former co-host of "SportsNation" on ESPN who's moved on to NBC Sports Network.)
Jasmin St. Claire - 41 (Mattress actress most infamous for "The World's Biggest Gang Bang 2", in which she had sex with 350 GUYS IN ONE DAY to set a NEW GANG BANG RECORD.)
Grant Imahara - 43 (Robot master on "Mythbusters".)
Doug Flutie - 51 (Retired quarterback and college football analyst who is now a broadcaster for the brand new United Football League. He's also the Flutie of Flutie Flakes.)
ALFRED MATTHEW "WEIRD AL" YANKOVIC - 54 (Parody song SUPERSTAR.)
Sam Raimi - 54 (LEGENDARY director of all of the "Evil Dead" flicks and the original "Spider-Man" trilogy . . . plus the modern horror classic, "Drag Me To Hell".)
Dwight Yoakam - 57 (Very cool country star and pretty good character actor. Remember Doyle Hargraves in "Sling Blade"?)
Ang Lee - 59 (Director of "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon", "The Hulk" and "Brokeback Mountain".)
Michael Crichton - Would have been 71 - (1942 - 2008) (Freakishly tall author of "Jurassic Park" and creator of "ER". He was Six-Foot-FREAKIN'-Nine.)
Pelé - 73 (The greatest soccer player of all time. Not bad for a ghetto kid whose first soccer ball was a grapefruit.)
Chi-Chi Rodriguez - 78 (The greatest en fuego Puerto Rican "sword-dancing" golfer of all time. Not bad for a ghetto kid whose first golf clubs were guava tree limbs.)
JOHNNY CARSON - Would have been 88 - (1925 - 2005) (The Undisputed King. Amazing host of the "Tonight Show" from 1962 to 1992.)
Sarah Bernhardt - (1844 - 1923) (Psycho French actress. After her prostitute mother told her she'd die at an early age, she took a coffin with her everywhere she went. She served food on it, slept in it, and had sex in it. She finally did die . . . at age 79.)
John Heisman - (1869 - 1936) (Legendary college football coach who invented the handoff, the Flea Flicker AND the center snap. Before him, the center would ROLL the ball to the quarterback. The Heisman Trophy is named after him, ya know.)
Countdown to Upcoming Events
• 8 days until Halloween
• 11 days until Daylight Savings Ends
• 16 days to "Thor: The Dark World"
• 36 days until Thanksgiving
• 63 days until Thanksgiving
• 1,185 days left of "Hope and Change"
103 years ago . . . in 1910 - Blanche Scott became the FIRST WOMAN TO FLY AN AIRPLANE by herself. She flew over a park in Fort Wayne, Indiana . . . 12 feet off the ground.
72 years ago . . . in 1941 - Disney's classic "Dumbo" was released. It cost $812,000 to make.
53 years ago . . . in 1960 - The classic western "The Magnificent Seven" was released . . . starring the extremely well-endowed YUL BRENNER as the leader of a group of gunfighters hired to defend a village full of oppressed Mexicans.
37 years ago . . . in 1976 - Presidential candidate JIMMY CARTER responded to a public outcry over comments he made in an interview with "Playboy" magazine.
(On his spiritual beliefs, Jimmy Carter said, quote, "Christ said, 'I tell you that anyone who looks on a woman with lust has in his heart already committed adultery.' I've looked on a lot of women with lust. I've committed adultery in my heart many times.")
(But he still nails Rosalynn real good.)
37 years ago . . . in 1976 - "If You Leave Me Now" by CHICAGO hit #1 on the pop singles chart.
35 years ago . . . in 1978 - CBS RECORDS jacked up the price of new albums to $8.98.
22 years ago . . . in 1991 - Despite ANITA HILL'S charges of sexual harassment, CLARENCE THOMAS was sworn in as the nation's 106th Supreme Court Justice.
21 years ago . . . in 1992 - QUENTIN TARANTINO'S "Reservoir Dogs" was released in the U.S.
(If you like "Reservoir Dogs", you should check out the 1989 Hong Kong flick "City of Fire". A lot of people think Tarantino's flick TOTALLY ripped it off.)
18 years ago . . . in 1995 - A jury in Houston convicted YOLANDA SALDIVAR of murder in the March 31st, 1995, shooting death of SELENA.
16 years ago . . . in 1997 - BARBARA MANDRELL gave her final musical performance at the Grand Ole Opry House. She quit music to concentrate on acting, and said, quote, "I'm continuing down the show business road, I'm just changing lanes."
(That whole acting thing has REALLY worked out for her, by the way.) (???)
15 years ago . . . in 1998 - "Pleasantville" was released, starring TOBEY MAGUIRE and REESE WITHERSPOON.
9 years ago . . . in 2004 - ASHLEE SIMPSON was got caught faking it on "Saturday Night Live". Within days she blamed it on the dreaded ACID REFLUX.
8 years ago . . . in 2005 - CAM'RON was shot in both arms during an attempted "carjacking" and then proceeded to drive himself to the hospital. (Although Cam says it was a carjacking, the cops in D.C. never ruled it out as a possible murder attempt.)
10 Year Flashback: Fred "Rerun" Berry Has Passed Away . . . and Flash-Forward to Today's Perspective on Deaths in 2003
Our Flashback section features a story we were talking about on The Complete Sheet 10 years ago to this day. We've also added some modern perspective to give these stories some context today.
Flashback to 2003: Fred "Rerun" Berry Has Passed Away
As if the death of JOHN RITTER weren't enough. . . yet another Sitcom Superstar has passed.
FRED "RERUN" BERRY of "What's Happening!!" has died an untimely death. There's no word yet on the cause of death, and no signs of foul play.
Friends say he'd been sick lately, due to a recent stroke. Fred's agent says he died in his bed sometime between Monday night and Tuesday morning. He was only 54 years old.
Today's Perspective . . . Fred Berry Wasn't the Only Death That Week
The same week when Fred Berry died in 2003, the world also lost . . .
Elliot Smith, the singer.
Jack Elam, an old actor who's most famous for being Dr. Van Helsing in the "Cannonball Run" movies.
Hawk, a pro wrestler from the legendary tag team the Road Warriors.
And Rod Roddy, the announcer on "The Price is Right".