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Extra, Extra: It's Hard To Play Football When You Want To Nae Nae
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- A group of young football players found it hard to compete when they were caught up doing the nae nae. Adorable.
- Actress Diane Keaton has a new wine that you drink with ice. It's a red wine blend simply called The Keaton.
- Some jerk stole an 84-year-old woman's tortoise from her backyard in Burbank. She says she is now lonely, as she had him as a pal for 50 years. Whoever you are, give that poor woman's tortoise back!
- A pilot was hospitalized today when his plane crashed in a backyard in Compton.
- Today in unlikely animal friendships, a cat is best friends with a pig.
- Tom Cruise is perhaps leaving Los Angeles for Florida, of all places. He's supposedly dropping both of his L.A. homes and packing his bags so that he can be closer to the Scientology HQ in Clearwater.
- There's going to be a free 'Netflix & Chill' festival in Toronto. Finally, an appropriate place to invite a potential Tinder date to Netflix and chill.
- Edgar Allen Poe has been dead for 166 years as of today, but nobody really knows how he ended up dead. He was found in a gutter in someone else's clothes four days prior at age 40.
- Three people are going to be buried alive live on an A&E, where they will have to lie in pitch darkness and think about their lives for two hours. Seems normal. Eli Roth is involved.
- And finally, watch these adorable rhinos at play:
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