Alex Trebek Gets Revenge on Conan O'Brien; Joel Osteen's Church Robbed
March 13, 2014
Alex Trebek Gets Revenge on Conan O'Brien
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The Social Climber will take "Most Hilarious Revenge Ever" for 500, Alex.
"Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek stopped by Conan O'Brien's show to get back at the television personality, who had been showing mash-up clips that made it seem as though Trebek, 73, was losing his mind.
Conan told Trebek he was just having "a little fun."
"That's OK, I'm a big guy. I can look after myself," Trebek said. "But I'm here for another reason. I'm worried about you. I've been watching some of your monologues lately, and I'm concerned. I think you are starting to lose it. Take a look and see if you don't agree."
Check out the amazing mash-up Trebek showed of O'Brien here.
Joel Osteen's Megachurch Robbed
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Perhaps Joel Osteen will remind people in his sermon this Sunday that "thou shalt not steal" is one of the Ten Commandments.
Authorities are investigating after $600,000 collected during Lakewood Church's weekend services was apparently ripped off from a safe. The theft was reported Monday and no arrests have been made.
In a statement to The Associated Press, the church said the funds were fully insured and they're working with their insurance company to restore them.
Jen Selter's Fitness Secrets
Jen Selter is the queen of taking a belfie (that's a butt selfie) and a self-made social media sensation of the fitness world.
With more than 2.6 million followers on Instagram, more than 653,000 likes on Facebook and 360,000 followers on Twitter, the 20-year-old is becoming an Internet phenomenon for the fitness poses that highlight her body, particularly her toned derriere.
In an interview with "Good Morning America," Selter revealed that she has never had a trainer in her life.
Several Saudi princesses have alleged they are being held against their will in a royal compound and have taken to Twitter to say their human rights are being violated.
The women, who are allegedly daughters of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, said they have been held captive for the past 13 years at a royal compound in Jeddah. They have not said specifically who is allegedly holding them and the king has not issued any statements on the matter.
U.N. officials told The Associated Press the women's' pleas have been received, but they are "not in a position to confirm if any action has been taken on this case."