UConn Quiets Skeptics in NCAA Tournament Win; Hulk Hogan Returns to Wrestlemania
April 8, 2014
By ABC News
UConn Wins NCAA Tournament
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The University of Connecticut Huskies have done it again.
UConn had been given a slim chance at winning the men's NCAA basketball tournament this year, but the scrappy basketball team fought to the top and knocked off Kentucky Monday night to bring home the trophy, three years after their last championship win. The final score was 60-54.
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.
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.
Bates Motel Will Return
The creepiness is coming back again.
"Bates Motel", the super-popular prequel show to the movie "Psycho," has been renewed for a third season. The show is midway through its second season now on A&E, and will start shooting the third season in the fall, according to Deadline.
Cynthia Rhodes Splits From Hubby Richard Marx
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"Dirty Dancing" star Cynthia Rhodes has split from her husband, singer Richard Marx, after 25 years together.
Katie Couric announced the news on "Katie" by saying Marx, who appeared on the show Friday, was "back on the market."
Marx, 50, is best known for his popular '80s and '90s ballads, such as "Right Here Waiting" and "Hold On to the Nights." Rhodes, 57, found fame in the '80s for her roles in "Flashdance" and "Dirty Dancing." Check out ABC News' full story here.