Haven't you ever wondered what people search for on the internet? [other than Britney, Paris and Sanjaya]
Currently these five names are the hottest searches on Yahoo. Phil Spector, Lana Clarkson, Rupert Murdoch, Rosie O'Donnell, Ryan Leaf and American Idol's tribute show. I've included a link to each person, so you can find out what the buzz is all about.
An actress shot to death at Phil Spector’s hilltop castle was the last of several women victimized by the legendary music producer in a decades-long series of alcohol-fueled confrontations, a prosecutor told jurors Wednesday as they began hearing the case.
Leaf had a successful college career at Washington State University, where he was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy his junior year. He was selected as the second overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft, after which many scouts predicted that Leaf would have a successful career in the league. However, despite his athleticism, his time as a professional was short and marked by injuries and failure.
Who is the dense knucklehead who wrote this article for the Associated Press about Rosie and Rupert Murdoch? Rosie O'Donnell made a couple of jokes about how Murdoch was the devil and the "reporter" couldn't figure out why. This is what drives me crazy about the press sometimes. They are so frickin' clueless to what is actually happening in the world.
Check out her website here.
Clarkson, 40, was found shot dead in 2003 in Phil Spector’s mansion in Alhambra, California after she met Spector at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, where she had been working as a hostess. Spector was formally charged with murder in connection with the shooting on September 27, 2004.
The opinionated host said she and ABC couldn't agree on a new contract _ she wanted one more year, ABC wanted to lock her up for three. So she decided to leave, although she will appear occasionally next season for things like a planned one-hour special on autism.
Money raised on Idol will go to Charity Projects Entertainment Fund (CPEF) and other groups such as Save the Children and America's Second Harvest, with relief programs in Africa and the USA.