Who wants to stay in the popemobile when there are selfies to take?
Pope Francis marked Palm Sunday by speaking off the cuff to the crowds in St. Peter's Square, according to the Associated Press. But he didn’t stop there. After his homily, the pope left his popemobile so he could take selfies with tourists from Rio de Janeiro, who had carried a large cross into the square.
We expect that picture will go viral any minute now.
Hulk Hogan Returns to Wrestlemania
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The Hulk is back.
Or at least he was for a night at WrestleMania 30. Hulk Hogan hosted the event at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, although he accidentally called it the "Silverdome" in his opening remarks, according to E!. The event was the top-grossing entertainment event ever held at the arena, and it's no wonder why with that mustache.
Mormon Women Denied Entry to Priesthood
Hundreds of Mormon women descended on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah, over the weekend to demand entry into the Mormon priesthood, according to the Wall Street Journal.
But the women were turned away from the church's general conference, a move that signifies the church's unwillingness to let female members into the priesthood.
"Despite polite and respectful requests from church leaders not to make Temple Square a place of protest, a mixed group of men and women ignored that request and staged a demonstration outside the Tabernacle on General Conference weekend, refusing to accept ushers' directions and refusing to leave when asked," church spokesman Cody Craynor told the Salt Lake City Tribune.
Jamie Lynn Spears Shows Off Ring
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Jamie Lynn Spears and her new husband, James Watson, made their first appearance as a married couple and showed off - what else? - a rock of a wedding ring.
Country singer Spears, 23, attended the ACM Awards in Las Vegas Sunday night, just down the street from where big sis Britney Spears has a residency on the strip.
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