According to a new poll conducted from PR Newswire, the top thing Americans would keep paying for regardless of their financial sitation is their internet. That's followed by their car, pets, smartphone, cable, travelling, and eating out. If you could only keep one of there items, which one would you keep?
Lorde tops the Digital Songs chart this week as her debut single, "Royals," sold over 307 thousand copies, bringing its 15 week total to over 1.5 million copies. Katy Perry comes in at number two selling 301 thousand copies of her latest single, "Roar," making the single double platinum. Meanwhile, Miley Cryus' "Wrecking Balls" falls from the top spot to number three, selling over 300 thousand copies, bringing its total to over 1.1 million copies.
The American Music Awards take place November 24th and on October 10th, we'll find out the nominees, and Kelly Clarkson and will.i.am will be the ones revealing them. The pair will appear on Good Morning to announce the nominees. Find out who is up for what by tuning in to the 8:30am hour of GMA on the 10th and catch the American Music Awards on November 24th on ABC.
The plot thickens: Sources say Lamar Odom did not write that angry tweet in which he ripped into his father and defended and praised the Kardashians. Supposedly, wherever Lamar is, he doesn't even have Internet access, because that's the way he wants it. And it's possible that he doesn't even know that his father did that interview where he blamed the Kardashians for his son's problems.
The dating site Zoosk just did a survey for Oktoberfest, to see what your favorite type of beer says about your sex life. Apparently, domestic beer drinkers are looking for marriage, microbrew fans enjoy one night stands, and people who always order imports are more likely to be virgins.
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