Katharine McPhee Kissing Pics Exposed; Jon Lester's Glove Looked Suspiciously Green
Oct. 25, 2013
By ABC News
Katharine McPhee Kissing Pics Exposed
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Pictures say a thousand words, even when you don't want them to.
Photos of "Smash" star Katharine McPhee and director Michael Morris making out near a car surfaced Thursday on TMZ, setting Hollywood aflutter with rumors about the pair, each of whom is married to someone else.
McPhee and Morris have yet to respond.
Jon Lester's Glove Looked Suspiciously Green at World Series Game
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What goes better with Red Sox than a green glove?
We're sure that's what Jon Lester, pitcher for the Boston Red Sox in Game 1 of the World Series, was thinking when he took the mound with a glob of green stuff on his glove, raising questions about whether the substance was helping him cheat.
Alas, Lester and MLB said Thursday that it wasn't fashion or cheating driving Lester's green accessory. It's merely rosin to keep his hands less sweaty. Gross, but fair.
Morgan Freeman Not Buying a Ticket to "12 Years a Slave"
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When "12 Years a Slave" opens this weekend, Morgan Freeman will not be contributing to ticket sales.
The actor told the Daily Beast that he's not interested in seeing the movie because it could aggravate him.
"I don't want my anger quotient exacerbated, you know?" he said. "Things are bad enough as they are. I don't want to keep punching myself in the face with it."
Todd Herremans, Philly Eagles Player, Bilked by Parking Attendant
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While the Eagles were taking the field, a parking attendant allegedly was taking to the Internet to wipe clean one of the player's bank accounts.
According to federal prosecutors, Robert Von Ryan, 37, of Philadelphia stole bank documents from Eagles' player Todd Herremans' car. Von Ryan was a parking attendant at the Eagles' garage, according to Philly.com.
South Korean Detainees Released From North Korea
Six South Koreans being held in a North Korean detention facility will be released and sent back home, according to The New York Times.
The six individuals were not named but are men between the ages of 27 and 67. It was unclear how long they had been in North Korea.