Alabama royalty AJ McCarron, former quarterback for the University of Alabama, and Katherine Webb, former Miss Alabama, announced they had gotten engaged Friday.
Webb tweeted “We’re Engaged!” Friday afternoon and that McCarron even designed the ring.
Looks like the former quarterback may have two things to celebrate this year as he prepares for the NFL draft in May.
Bill Murray Rocks Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Pants
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During a golf tournament in Jacksonville, Fla., On Thursday, Bill Murray showed that he is a man of style and substance – that substance being PBR beer, which the 63-year-old actor obviously thought would look good all over his pants.
No actual beer was involved in the fetching ensemble. Just Murray's checkered PBR logo shorts accompanied by an equally trendy "Caddyshack" throwback T–shirt.
Jimmy Carter Sends 1st Text Message
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Days after Jimmy Carter said he was worried about sending emails because they might be monitored, the former president sent his first text message -- and it was about Stephen Colbert!
Carter's grandson, Jason, a candidate in Georgia's Democratic gubernatorial primary, tweeted a picture of the first text exchange on Wednesday in which Jimmy Carter asked his grandson if he'd seen him on the "The Colbert Report" on Tuesday night.
Carter then followed up with, "That was my first text msg." Extra points for getting the lingo down already!
Wu-Tang Clan to Sell Single Copy of Secret Album
Wu-Tang Clan fans were probably over the moon when they heard that the New York hip-hop group spent six years recording a 31-track secret album -- until they found out there was only one copy.
That one, coveted collector's double LP, titled "The Wu -- Once Upon a Time in Shaolin," will be encased in a hand-carved silver and nickel box designed by British-Moroccan artist Yahya, according to Forbes.
"We're about to put out a piece of art like nobody else has done in the history of [modern] music" band member Robert "RZA" Diggs told Forbes. "We're making a single-sale collector's item. This is like somebody having the scepter of an Egyptian king."
The group plans to take it on tour in museums, galleries and festivals before selling it for potentially "millions."