Actor Paul Rudd is a big fan of the Kansas City Royals. He spent the latter part of his childhood in Kansas, even studying at the University of Kansas.
So the other night, when the Royals won the American League Championship Series and earned their way into the World Series - on the strength of eigh consecutive playoff wins, no less! - Paul was there.
A local reporter caught up with him afterwards, and for whatever reason, the reporter let Paul ramble on about his activities as a fan this season.
And then, Paul invited the world to party at his mom's house.
Why not? I mean, he's a movie star, he can afford a few kegs, right?
Imagine what he's going to have to do if the Royals win the World Series...
Rumors are flying that Lady Gaga and her Chicago Fire boyfriend, Taylor Kinney, are prepared to tie the knot.
Of course, neither of them is confirming that, so the tabloidetectives are piecing things together.
It started a couple of weeks ago when actress Sophia Bush guested on Chicago Fire and posted a picture to Instagram that shows Taylor wearing a ring – that she says is not a prop for the show.
Then The Daily Star reported that the two of them had a small family ceremony where they pledged their devotion to one another.
And the famous "unnamed sources" say that Gaga and her boy plan to get married next year.
Et voila! Lady Gaga's engaged!
I'm REALLY excited to be on @nbcchicagofire tonight! Just about as excited as I was to see my buddy #TaylorKinney at our press day yesterday. Bear hugs are the best hugs. #ChicagoFire #ChicagoPD #ThatsHisPersonalRing #NotForTheShow #EveryoneCalmDown #LindsayAndSeverideArentMarried
A club claiming to represent professional clowns in America (these are the dress-up kind of clowns, not the ones we send to Congress every couple of years) is very upset with the producers of American Horror Story.
Why? Because of the show's use of a killer clown in its story line.
The spokesperson for the club, Clyde D. Scope (that's his clown name, say it out loud a couple of times and you'll get it) says that he and his buddies "do not support in any way, shape or form any medium that sensationalizes or adds to coulrophobia."
That's the clinical term for the fear of clowns. Which is a pretty common fear.
Interesting that Clyde D. Scope and his pals are picking on AHS. Clearly, they missed Stephen King and Pennywise in "It."
As for the club, if any members ever run into any AHS producers, they'll likely douse them with a bit of seltzer water - or at least ask them to smell the daisy on their lapels.