‘What’s Trending Today’ with Zahra Huber
What are the most talked about stories of the day? WWJ Newsradio 950’s Zahra Huber takes a look at what’s trending.
Don’t leave supermodel Kate Upton by herself or someone other than her boyfriend will propose to her.
Upton and boyfriend Detroit Tigers Ace Justin Verlander were at the Orlando Magic game over the weekend, and when Verlander walked away from their seats, Stuff the Mascot proposed to Upton. According to TMZ, the supermodel says the proposal was a “huge honor.”
When Verlander saw Upton’s tweet about the proposal, he tweeted back saying, “I was gone for five seconds!”
An actor is grabbing a lot of attention, after wearing a paper bag over his head at the Berlin Film Festival.
Shia LeBeouf, 27, was at the festival for the Premiere of “Nymphomaniac: Part 1.” He was dressed in an ordinary black tuxedo and a bow tie, and on the bag, written in black marker were the words, “I am not famous anymore.” (There he is, in the photo above!)
That’s a phrase he has tweeted 22 times over the past two months.
LeBeouf’s latest antic comes just hours after storming out of a press conference where he was asked what it was like to star in a movie with so many sex scenes.
Read more about it here.
Singer Katy Perry is making headlines today, and not in a good way.
During the CBS special “The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to The Beatles,” Perry sang the group’s song “Yesterday.” And upset fans took to Twitter to bash the singer, who apparently changed the lyrics’ a little.
One fan tweeted, “Seriously … NOT Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, OR Ever, should Katy Perry appear on a tribute to The Beatles! #fail #Beatles50.”
Watch Perry’s performance here, and decide for yourself.
A former “Saturday Night Live” star is in trouble with the law.
Chris Kattan, 43, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after his Mercedes struck a Department of Transportation vehicle on a Southern California freeway.
Kattan, who was on `SNL’ from 1996 to 2003, was best known for the character Mango.