To all the spouses who consoled the Tom Brady fans in their household last night: we sympathize with your sleepless night. The Philadelphia Eagles are Super Bowl champs for the first time in history – beating New England Patriots 41-33. Justin Timberlake’s halftime show was pretty vanilla with no special guests joining him and Pink defended her performance of the Star Spangled Banner after a follower said she “sucks.” She’s been battling a cold and could be seen spitting out a cough drop just seconds before signing.
And some would speculate that it was Kylie Jenner that won the Super Bowl. The youngest sister of the Kardashian clan surprised her fans by announcing the worse kept secret in history: she had a baby. After months of speculation, she confirmed just hours before the Super Bowl started yesterday that her and boyfriend Travis Scott had a girl on February 1st. She apologized to her fans for keeping them in the dark, saying her pregnancy was “one I chose not to do in front of the world.”
We’re under a rainfall and wind warning for a bit today. Hydroplaning is going to be a big concern with those high winds today so drive according to conditions; and there’s a chance it could cause damage to buildings and homes in HRM as they’re going to get up to 90 km/h in some parts.. All the rain with the frozen ground & melting snow means we could see flooding. The rain’s expected to move off this afternoon.
John Stamos and long-time girlfriend Caitlyn McHugh tied the knot Saturday. The 54-year-old Full House star and his 31-year-old pregnant bride exchanged vows in California, before heading back to his Beverly Hills home for the reception. Stamos proposed to McHugh at Disneyland last October.
PepsiCo – which owns Doritos – has announced that it is creating a “lady-friendly” version of the chips that are quieter to eat and less messy for eating in public. The “low crunch” snacks will even come in smaller bags specifically designed to fit into women’s purses. The Women’s Equality Party issued a statement slamming Pepsi for perpetuating gender stereotypes, saying they don’t doubt “some male consumers will welcome the chance to have a bigger package” while shrinking products for women, no doubt for the same price as the larger bag of chips.
And that’s your Fast Five!