Taste of Country reports that Taylor Swift‘s “Look What You Made Me Do” video has more than 400 million views! So of course,
Ellen DeGeneres can’t leave it alone and has to put her personal touches on the video. Its beyond what you could ever imagine!
The comedian and talk show host decided to “share” sacred news with her audiance and tell everyone that these were “deleted scenes”
from the video that, for some reason, were left on the cutting room floor…. Hilarious.
“I was in the original because I’m part of her squad,” DeGeneres explains on her show as the audience laughs. “Apparently,
she cut me out. I don’t know — she’s threatened by me sometimes.”
Halloween has really SKYROCKETED in popularity over the past decade or so . . . and it just keeps getting bigger. The National
Retail Federation just released its annual report on Halloween, and this year, Americans are going to spend $9.1 BILLION .
. . which is up 8.3% from last year, and an all-time record.
That’s also almost THREE TIMES more than 2005, when we spent $3.3 billion. So if you use our spending as a sign of how much
we like Halloween, that means it’s tripled in popularity in 12 years. Which look at the photos below of some of the housing
decorations people are doing these days! We definitely have some Halloween lovers here in America.
So how will we spend all that money this year?
$3.4 billion will go to costumes (which makes sense because costumes get more expensive and more intricate every year). .
$2.7 billion on candy (because we eat a bag before Halloween even gets here and have to replace it). . .
$2.7 billion on decorations (just see below… no explanation needed) . . .
$410 million on greeting cards.The study also found that 71% of people plan on handing out candy this year . . . 49% will
decorate their house . . . 48% will wear a costume . . . 46% will carve a pumpkin . . . 35% will go to a party . . . and 31%
will take their kids trick-or-treating.
If all of a sudden you had thousands of dollars in your hands, where would you eat to celebrate?
A 32-year-old guy named Samuel Reaves robbed a Wells Fargo bank in Gainesville, Florida on Thursday. He didn’t have a weapon
but he still managed to get the teller to put more than $10,000 in his bag. And then . . . he took his bag of money and headed
straight to KFC.
It’s not clear what he ordered, but the cops tracked him down while he was still inside and arrested him.
But this leads us back to the question, if you suddenly had money in your hands, where would you eat to celebrate… or better
yet, what is the first thing you would buy? Because we are giving away $5,000 a day on K92.3 and we want to know how you’ll
spend your money when you win!!!
8am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm are your chances to win on Orlando’s Number 1 for New Country!
Looks like Dierks Bentley is trying to keep up with his wife (she runs the Boston Marathon every year) as he took on the Spartan
Race last weekend. Looks like he’s also enjoying his downtime by letting that beard grow out!
Jacksonville has some extra big Tim & Faith fans. The duo was there on one of their Soul 2 Soul Stops not to long ago
and to thank them for stopping by, and to celebrate Faith Hill’s 50th birthday, Amazing Grace Crop Maze made a very interesting
Corn Maze. The photo is below…
@FaithHill! You were a-MAZE-ing in Jax last weekend! Can't wait for you to be back in FL on your
— AmazingGraceCropMaze (@AGcropmaze)
September 21, 2017
Dustin Lynch’s single “Small Town Boy” has held the top spot of the
Billboard Country Airplaychart for a fourth consecutive week, making it the chart’s longest-running No. 1 of 2017. Aside from setting a new personal
record for Dustin, the song also has the distinction of drawing the largest audience for a one-week period. The song becomes
the chart’s first four-week #1 since the reign of Thomas Rhett’s “Die A Happy Man” in January of 2016.
Fans can see Lynch perform “Small Town Boy” on CBS’
The Talk on October 6 at 2:00 PM ET.