Susan Sarandon Was Stoned a Lot at Events; Friday the 13th

Susan Sarandon Was Stoned a Lot
PHOTO: Susan Sarandon at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, Sept. 7, 2013 in Toronto.
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Who would have guessed this one? Susan Sarandon admitted to Andy Cohen this week that she showed up high to awards shows, and maybe more.

Sarandon was on "Watch What Happens Live" Wednesday when Cohen asked her to "name one major Hollywood event that you showed up to stoned," according to the NY Daily News.

"Only one?" Sarandon said. "I would say almost all except the Oscars."

Is that why she's so into ping pong?

Friday the 13th
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Are you feeling it? All those baaad luck vibes in the air this Friday the 13th? The Social Climber is!

Friday the 13th only comes around once every few months, so our advice is to just stay indoors and not take any big risks. The next Friday the 13th won't fall until June 2014.

Jordan Linn Graham Pleads Guilty
PHOTO: Jordan Graham, center, is flanked by defense attorneys Michael Donahoe, left, and Andy Nelson, as she leaves court in Missoula, Mont., Dec. 10, 2013.
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Jordan Linn Graham, the defendant in the so-called newlywed murder case in Missoula, Mont., pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree murder.

Graham was accused of pushing her husband to his death in Montana's Glacier National Park. The 22-year-old will be sentenced March 27.

Engagement Rings Trending
PHOTO: Reese Witherspoon arrives at the Childrens Defense Fund 23rd Annual Beat The Odds Awards at Beverly Hills Hotel, Dec. 5, 2013, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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It's that time of year, lovebirds.

A spike in searches for engagement rings surely means one thing: lots of boyfriends and girlfriends are about to become lots of fiancés and fiancées!

The Social Climber has a personal preference for solitaire-cut diamonds, if there are any admiring readers out there who feel so inclined.

Marine Catches Shark

Those Marines just really have a way with the ocean, don't they? Marine Jeff Fangman used his military strength Tuesday to reel in a female great white shark off the coast of San Diego, according to ABC News affiliate KGTV.

Great whites are illegal to catch, so Fangman let the big gal go.

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