Leann Rimes New iPhone Music Vid, New Toilet Will Change the Way You... Sit.
Dec. 9, 2013
By ABC News
Leann Rimes Debuts iPhone Video
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Leann Rimes: she's just like us! When it came time for Rimes to film her latest music video, she turned to the same device the rest of us do when we take video of ourselves singing in the mirror (what? you don't do that?).
Rimes's new music video for her single "Gasoline and Matches" was filmed in six-second intervals on Vine using a slew of iPhones, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The clips were then stitched together to make the whole video. Talk about low budget!
Toilet of the Future Will Change the Way You...Sit.
It turns out we've been doing it wrong, humanity.
A new toilet has been designed to change the way we sit on the john. The Wellbeing Toilet is being hailed as the "toilet of the future" for its ergonomically-correct structure which allows users to squat while they...you know. The change in posture reportedly helps prevent colon disease and the toilet can, in addition, screen your... you know... for signs of illness, according to a writeup in Fast Company. Happy ... you know!
Jenni Rivera Investigation a Year After Her Plane Crash Death
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Beloved Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera died one year ago today, and Mexican authorities released findings from an investigation into the plane crash that killed her this week.
Authorities said the 78-year-old pilot flying the plane was too old for the license he was using and the 43-year-old plane had operational problems that had gone unreported, according to KTLA.
The violence broke out Sunday night after an Indian worker was hit by a bus. The AP reported that a group of mostly Indian guest workers rioted, setting cars on fire and throwing rocks. There has been growing tension between the migrant groups and local residents, according to the report.
Shirley MacLaine Honored at Kennedy Center
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Screen and stage legend Shirley MacLaine was awarded the Kennedy Center Honors Sunday by President Barack Obama, along with a slew of other big-name talents: Billy Joel, Carlos Santana, Herbie Hancock, and opera star Martina Arroyo.
The awards ceremony took place at the Kennedy Center in Washington Sunday and will be broadcast on Dec. 29.