The Stars Come Out For The Oscars Red Carpet!
The Stars Come Out For The Oscars Red Carpet!
The Spice Girls & Backstreet Boys to Tour Together?!
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The Oscars are finally here, and A-listers like Bradley Cooper , Lupita Nyong'o, and Matthew McConaughey will all hitting the red carpet for their big night at the Academy Awards. Even with some rainy red carpet weather earlier, there's no shortage of star power in LA tonight. From host Ellen DeGeneres and nominees like Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence to presenters Kate Hudson , Penélope Cruz, and Channing Tatum , we're tracking all the glamorous arrivals right here.
Get ready to get hit right in the childhood, because it looks like your '90s all-time faves are joining forces. Apparently The Backstreet Boys and The Spice Girls are in the talks for a joint tour. “The Spice Girls tour has been this idea bouncing around for the past year and a half, and it’s something we’re still talking about,” said Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean in an interview with Rolling Stone. So, OK, there's still a lot of groundwork to be laid before this possibly actually comes to fruition, but it would be a match made in heaven because you could EASILY match up your favorite Spice Girl to your favorite Backstreet Boy — especially if they were on tour.
It had been 22 years since the Toronto Blue Jays last made the MLB postseason, a fact oft repeated by the blue-and-white clad masses outside Rogers Centre on Thursday. For a fanbase that has witnessed two decades of middling mediocrity, and a city starved for a championship of any kind, Game 1 of the American League Division Series was clearly a very big deal. But was it worth the wait? Eh. Despite having trade-deadline dandy David Price on the mound and an offense that scored nearly 900 runs during the regular season, the Blue Jays scuffled in their first playoff outing since Joe Carter's walk-off winner in Game 6 of the 1993 World Series, losing the ALDS opener 5-3 to the Texas Rangers. For an announced crowd of 49,834 – plenty of folks probably called in sick to catch the Thursday matinee – that result was surprising.
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