Bryan and Nikki

  • Taylor topless pics?

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    taylorTaylor Swift's lawyers are threatening legal action against a website claiming it has a topless picture of her.

    Lawyers are threatening to file a trademark-infringement lawsuit against the website Celebrity Jihad after it posted a picture of a semi-nude woman claiming it is most likely Taylor. The pic shows a blonde with long, curly hair that the site says "bears a striking resemblance" to Taylor.

    The caption says: "Taylor Swift Topless Private Pic Leaked?"

    According to TMZ, Taylor's legal team sent a letter to Celebrity Jihad saying the woman in the pic isn’t Taylor. They also accused the site of spreading "false pornographic images" and "false news." They want the picture taken down.

    No comment from Celebrity Jihad.

  • Cards force game 7

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    David Freese homered to lead off the bottom of the 11th inning, and the St. Louis Cardinals forced the World Series to a Game 7 byrallying from two-run deficits against the Texas Rangers in the 9th and 10th.

    Freese hit a two-run triple to tie the score 7-7 in the ninth inning against Neftali Feliz. Then, after Josh Hamilton put Texas ahead with a two-run homer in the 10thRyan Theriot hit an RBI groundout in the bottom half and Lance Berkman tied it 9-9 with a single.

    Game 7 is tonight.

    (Texas had built a 7-4 lead in the seventh when Adrian Beltre and Cruz hit consecutive home runs off Lance Lynn, and Ian Kinsler added an RBI single off Octavio Dotel.)

  • Latest DBTV episode

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    Take a look at Dierks Bentley’s latest DBTV episode. He walks the streets of NYC with his guitar in hand strumming away.

  • Carrie Underwood Hottest Blonde

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    CarrieCarrie Underwood has been named the Hottest Blonde for 2011 in the first ever ranking of the 100 hottest celebrity blondes by

    The list includes actresses, singers, athletes, TV hosts, models, socialites and reality TV stars.

    Carrie tops the list with Charlize Theron taking second place and model Brooklyn Decker rounding out the top 3.

    A complete list with photos and individual info can be found at


    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    fitnessA fitness trainer for the American Council on Exercise said the average amount of popular candy -- one Almond Joy Snack Size Bar, one Reese's Peanut Butter Cup or six Tootsie Rolls -- is about 100 calories.

    To burn off the calories of one Halloween treat:

    -- Dance for 20 minutes.

    -- Jog in place for 12 minutes.

    -- 15 minutes of intense weight training burns approximately 100 calories. These "tuned up" muscles will keep burning more calories even after the workout is over.

    -- Bike for 10 minutes at 12-14 mph.

    -- Play a virtual sport or exercise games.

    -- Walk for about 15 minutes.

    -- Bounce on a trampoline for 27 minutes to tone legs, butt and abs.

    -- Wax your car for 20 minutes.

    -- Shop at the mall for 41 minutes.

    -- Dig, rake, plant and weed in the garden for 15 minutes.

  • The Original Lonestar is BACK!

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    Lonestar lead singer Richie McDonald has reunited with keyboardist Dean Sams, drummer Keech Rainwater and lead guitarist Michael Britt to release a new album and embark on a new tour.

    Lonestar scored its first No. 1 single with "No News" in 1996, and later scored the hits "Amazed," "I'm Already There" and "What About Now," among others. Richie left the group in 2007 to pursue a solo career.

    Singer Cody Collins, who replaced Richie in 2008, has exited the group.

    Lonestar began in 1992 as a band named Texassee. This name was derived from the fact that all five members were natives of Texas and met at Nashville's Opryland theme park. John Rich, an original member of the band, was fired from the group in 1998.

    Currently, the reunited Lonestar has a string of shows abroad in Germany, Switzerland, Ireland and England slated for early 2012, with more tour dates to come.

  • Now you can smell like "fruity" sweat!

    Posted by Bryan Scott


    There is a pill that will deliver perfume directly into the body, releasing fragrant molecules through the skin's surface during perspiration.

    The pill will turn sweat into perfume!

    But since we are all different, everyone will have their own scent.

    The person behind the idea hopes it will create a biologically enhanced second skin synthesized directly from the natural processes of the body.


  • Dancing with the Stars dismisses Chaz

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    chazChaz Bono was eliminated from "Dancing With the Stars".

    Chaz and partner Lacey Schwimmer couldn't overcome weeks of low scores.

    Chaz said he wanted to show America "a different kind of man."

    Six celebs remain: Soccer star Hope Solo, actors David Arquette and J.R. Martinez, reality TV personality Rob Kardashian, and TV hosts Ricki Lake andNancy Grace.

  • Little Big Town takes on Maroon 5

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    Little Big Town takes on Maroon 5's collaboration with Christina Aguilera in their latest Scattered, Smothered and Fried video. The group performs “Moves Like Jagger.”

  • I've seen this for Christmas, but never for Halloween!

    Posted by Bryan Scott


    Check out this Halloween light display.  It's made up of 4 singing pumpkin faces, tombstones, hand carved and blow mold pumpkins, strobes, floods and thousands of lights...

    Here is another...



    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    candyAccording to  Lee Lusardi Connor: 
    Halloween has become way too commercialized, a multiday, spare-no-expense extravaganza. U.S. consumers are expected to spend $6.9 billion—billion—on Halloween this year. Halloween needs to be dialed back.

    Some things about Halloween are just plain icky:

    •The dominant imagery is gory and gross—zombies, blood, detached eyeballs, skeletons, deadly spiders, ghosts. Not only is it all quite unappealing , I’m sure these kinds of things are not healthy to dwell on, especially for young children.

    •For females, costumes are not so much about masquerade fun as about sexuality. Sexy witches, sexy maids, sexy pirates, sexy cheerleaders and on and on. As Lindsay Lohan’s character in "Mean Girls" put it so well: “Halloween is the one night a year when a girl can dress up like a total slut and no other girls can say anything about it.” Your daughter may not be dressing like that—yet—but the costumes are all over the party store, and she’s getting the message.

    •I’m sorry, but those blow-up Halloween lawn decorations are hideous.

    •A huge haul of candy is the goal. Effects of too much candy include feeling sick, gaining weight and getting cavities. Not only are the calories empty, so is the meaning. At least the sweet treats of the winter holidays have the association of family recipes and traditions and togetherness. Halloween is just about enriching candy companies.

    ... Here’s a modest proposal: Just one party or celebration (trick-or-treating included) to mark the day, not in school. An honest attempt to include healthy, yet still fun, snacks in said celebration.

    Alternatives to candy for the trick-or-treat bag: stickers, crayons, temporary tattoos, plastic Halloween jewelry.

    Productive uses of excess candy; has some good ideas for that.

    A cap--$25?-- on the amount parents spend for costumes and paraphernalia.