The Roots Reenact The Insanity of "Waboom" Guy from "The Bachelorette"

I have only seen one season of "The Bachelor," which, in my opinion, is enough. I both hated the show and looked forward to watching it the next week, if only to yell at Ben Higgins for telling two women he loved them. I mean, c'mon dude, you broke the prime directive!

I have not nor will subject myself to "The Bachelorette." The last thing I need is to watch thirty bros strut around like peacocks trying to outshine one another. I saw enough of that in high school. But man, that drama is so good. I can feel it drawing me back in.

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Jesse Larson Doesn't Need To Win "The Voice" To Succeed In The Music Industry

Jesse Larson has made it to the finale of NBC's "The Voice" representing Team Adam, the deepest team in this year's competition. The other three contestants are talented, but not as equipped to succeed as Larson is. Lauren Duski is a pure singer, Chris Blue has a Michael Jackson in his prime vibe, and Aaliyah Moulden has talent beyond her years, but each needs accompaniment and has room to grow. To qualify, I think country singers typically do better in these competitions and think Duski has the most potential to be the show's first star. She could be huge, or a flash in the pan. Larson may not ever make the Billboard Top 100, but he is most capable of creating a career out of his musical talent.

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Girl Unharmed After Being Pulled Into The Water By A Sea Lion

We all know that you are not supposed to feed wild animals. You shouldn't feed stray cats unless you want them to live in your yard. We recently discovered that you shouldn't even feed bread to the ducks in the park. But people still do because we think animals are all friendly and tame. They aren't.

[Warning: No one is physically injured in the following video, but some viewers may find the footage distressing. If you think the video will affect you in a negative way, please don't watch it.]

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The Backstory on Katy Perry's Backpack Kid: Russell Horning

Katy Perry is not in the habit of being upstaged, but during her performance of "Swish Swish" on "Saturday Night Live," a stone-faced kid with a backpack did just that. His quick, stiff movements captivated a nation who simultaneously thought, "What is happening?" and "I want to test out those moves." But who was this kid and why was he on "SNL"?

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Universal Announces It's New "Dark Universe" of Gods and Monsters

Welcome to the age of movie universes. DC and Marvel have created studios to bring their giant spectacular films to the silver screen, each bigger and more interconnected than the last. Long dead franchises like Star Wars, Terminator, and Alien have been revived. You can't have a stand alone movie without the question of a sequel looming behind it. Now, Universal Studios has tossed their hat into the ring announcing the creation of their "Dark Universe," a horrifying world of god's and monsters.

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Johnson-Hanks Is The Presidential Ticket To Beat In 2020

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson said there is a distinct possibility he would run for President. We thought he was joking. Then, he debuted what sounded like a campaign slogan on "The Tonight Show." Saturday, during the Season 42 finale of "Saturday Night Live," Johnson made it official: he is running for President of the United States.

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Judge Forces Couple To Pay $2200 For An Apartment Because Their Emoji's Showed Intent to Rent

This is why I don't use emoji's. A court in Israel has ordered a couple to pay a landlord $2200 for an apartment they didn't intend to rent. The couple never signed a contract, but they did send their landlord this text:

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"I Literally Have Everything I've Ever Wanted": Chris Stapleton Talks About Success with Charlie Rose

Chris Stapleton is the reigning "Outlaw" of country music. But he probably wouldn't describe himself that way. The man is the antithesis of the title: kind, soft-spoken, and generous with his insight. Stapleton recently sat down with Charlie Rose to discuss his music and recent success. The interview is long but is worth your time, especially if you are an aspiring musician.

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