Transcript for Scientists Discover Hidden Picasso Painting
right now wane talk about a two-fer. Underneath Pablo Picasso's masterpieces they discovered a second painting by the artist. It is unbelievable. Using infrared imagery on his canvas titled "The blue room" they found a portrait of a man in the bow tie. The mystery, who is that man? They say they thought there might be another work under the blue room because it doesn't match the composition of the woman bathing in the picture. There you see her and, sure enough, when they look with the infrared it's the pan's face and beard, the brush strokes they saw that tipped them off. This is not the first one containing a hidden gem. A mustache joe man discovered under "Woman ironing" currently housed in the Guggenheim. Check that out with new eyes. It's very cool. When you think they go for 1$150 plus million, two for the price of one, I mean, George, it's like a bargain. I'll get on that. Also in "Pop news" this morning, some news for "Fifty shades of grey" fans. You'll have to wait long story catch a glance of the steamy book brought to life on the big screen. Not only will fans have to wait eight more months for the movie not that anyone here was counting. Yeah, right. But reports say the trailer release date has also been pushed back now to September by the film industry's ratings agency. However, the moviemakers are offering a glimpse, a brand-new glimpse this morning of Jamie Jordan in character as Christian grey just released this just in on their Facebook page to celebrate the character. Christian grey's birthday, which I personally celebrate every year. How do you celebrate that? That's none of your business. I'm kidding. I didn't even know it was his birthday. But he's a gemini like myself, Christian. Your birthday is tomorrow. Robin. Happy early birthday. I don't know what 30 is like so sent me your tweets. Any advice. And then finally it's not a birthdate without cake and scientists have determined how to cut the perfect slice. That's rye, yeah, a team of mathematicians and scientists have been working hard at this and say we've been doing it all wrong. Wedges are so out. The trick is to cut the cake all the way across the middle. You remove a strip and push the remaining cake together and repeat. This keeps the entire cake moist and delicious till the last slice. It makes sense. That's a science at its finest. A really great idea. Yeah, happy to show that then
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