Anderson Cooper And Dyngus Day, Anderson Cooper put himself on his â€śRidiculistâ€ť for giggling during a recent segment on Dyngus Day and once again apologized for any pain he caused the people who love the holiday.
Yes, there was P***y Willow Pride rally in Buffalo to protest what was perceived as Cooperâ€™s Dyngus Day slight. The CNN anchor explained that he called himself â€śstupidâ€ť for laughing during the segment, specifically at the mention of boys hitting girls with p***y willow branches, not the tradition itself.
In a showing of good faith, an organizer from Dyngus Day appeared on his CNN show and invited Cooper to be the P***y Willow Prince in 2013.
Guns Nâ€™ Roses frontman Axl Rose has turned down an invitation from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in quite the open letter. (Style Blog)
An investigation into the death of Whitney Houston has been closed, with no foul play found, according to police. The 911 call made from the hotel has also been released, but does not offer any new details. (Associated Press)
Valerie Bertinelli almost gave the Twitter-sphere a collective heart attack when she tweeted that Betty Whiteâ€™s verified Twitter account was a fake: â€śDonâ€™t know how they got verified, but it is not Betty. Please RT!â€ť A short while later, Bertinelli tweeted that the â€śaccount was opened on her behalf by her people,â€ť which is sad but in retrospect seems likely considering the promotional nature of the tweets. The actress later tried to play it off like White pranked her. But the damage was already done, our innocence already lost. (EW)