New Bed Will Prevent You From Hogging

New Bed Will Prevent You From Hogging

Have you ever slept next to someone who simply hogs all the covers or even worse, the whole bed? Well, we have the next great invention for you.

Ford just invented a bed that stops one person from hogging too much space. The bed has sensors in it that detect where both people are sleeping. If one person crosses their side of the mattress, the bed gently moves on a conveyor belt that will give the other person more space back on their side. Sounds awesome, right?

Unfortunately, they just made the bed as part of a promotion for the lane assist feature in their cars. But maybe if enough people hit social media and demand this from a bed, it can become a real thing sooner rather than later.

Source: Mashable

Kelly Clarkson Covers Lady Gaga’s “Shallow”

Kelly Clarkson Covers Lady Gaga’s “Shallow”

Kelly Clarkson is currently on tour, and she’s once again treating fans to some fun covers, and the latest has a lot of people talking.

At her show in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Kelly used her “A Minute and a Glass of Wine” segment to cover Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born” track “Shallow.”

“This song, I love it… I thought she and Bradley Cooper did an awesome job,” Kelly tells the crowd, adding, “We’re gonna do our version of it ’cause obviously, I don’t have a Bradley Cooper here. So I’m just holding it down.”

Source: Entertainment Weekly

Maroon 5 Drops Lyric Video For “Girls Like You”

Maroon 5 Drops Lyric Video For “Girls Like You”

Maroon 5 has already dropped two versions of their number one song “Girls Like You,” and now they’ve released a third. The latest is a lyric video of the tune, which features animated drawings of what is supposed to represent Adam Levine as he grows up and finds love and starts a family.

“Girls Like You” is a huge hit for the band. Not only was it number one for seven, it has spent a record-setting 33 weeks in the “Billboard” Hot 100 Top Ten.

  • ONE MORE THING! With yesterday being the most romantic day of the year, but for Levine being romantic for wife Behati Prinsloo is about more than just one day of the year. “Well, actually, I think you should have a Valentine’s Day at least once a month if you’re treating the person you love properly,” he shares in an interview with The Sun. “We’ve had about 15 Valentine’s Days already this year.”

Source: Maroon 5

“The Masked Singer” Recap (2/14)

“The Masked Singer” Recap (2/14)

Last night was another installment of Fox’s hit celebrity competition show, “The Masked Singer.” Once again, it was up to the audience and panel of all-star judges – Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong,Nicole Scherzinger and guest judge J.B. Smoove – to guess the true identities of the celebs in disguise.

We got to see new performances from the remaining six stars: Bee, Alien, Rabbit, Lion, Peacock and Monster. Robin was on a roll with the guessing after correctly naming Ricki Lake last week… and the clues are only getting more and more specific. Here’s what happened:

  • The Monster sang first, rocking a fun cover of “I Love Rock N Roll” by Joan Jett. It was a pretty good first impression for guest judge Smoove, saying it was “incredible” though he had no idea “what the hell is going on here.” The Monster has some serious pipes, which made Robin conclude that he’s a professional singer. Nicole flipped flopped between the Monster being a rapper and a boxer, and Ken thought he could be comic Tommy Davidson. But not after the Monster revealed that he was “never on ‘In Living Color.” Clue Review: Male, strong voice but not known as a singer “to everyone,” possibly based in New York, connection to a headset, has never been on “In Living Color,” wears a size 12 shoe.
  • The Lion was up next, belting out “Diamond Heart” by Lady Gaga. Once again, she proved that her voice is top notch, and Nicole was thinking she could be a country singer. Meanwhile, since the Lion mentioned she’s going “solo” and trying to “separate from the pack,” Jenny was thinking a former girl group member like Mel B. Clue Review: Female, great singer, “Hollywood royalty,” has “lots of women” in her pride but wants to “separate from the pack” and go “solo,” a scrunchie is her family heirloom, love “The Wizard Of Oz,” has a subscription to a monthly murder mystery game.
  • The Alien hit the stage next, impressing with her voice this time with “Ex’s & Ohs” by Elle King. Nicole guessed Nicole Richie, but then remembered the connection to snakes and changed her guess to LaToya Jackson (who owns a pet snake). Jenny threw in Paula Abdul, but Smoove didn’t think her legs were muscular enough to be the popstar known for her dance moves. Clue Review: Female, high voice, in shape, has a lot of sisters – possibly five, grew up in the public eye, not known for singing, connection to Muncie, Indiana police, connection to snakes, established in 1956, has been on the New York Times’ bestseller list twice.
  • The Bee was next, bringing down the house with her rendition of “What’s Love Got To Do With It” by Tina Turner. Robin called her a “living legend,” whoever she was, but maintained his guess of Gladys Knight. Jenny thought back to last week’s clue of baking supplies, and guessed Anita Baker. We also learned that the Bee has won a whopping 10 GRAMMYs. Clue Review: Female, great voice, got her start in the 1950s, was inspired by her mom to start a group, considers herself an “empress,” involved in a legal battle, connection to baking tools, has won 10 GRAMMYs.
  • The Rabbit sang next, crooning “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder. He’s shown the judges a lot of variety, fitting with his clue that he “pops up here and there.” His clue package also noticeably included the lyrics to the Billy Ray Cyrus hit “achy breaky heart.” Even so, Nicole guessed a member of NSYNC, and Robin and Jenny said Joey FatoneClue Review: Male, great singing voice, versatility, has spent most of his life on stage but not solo, can work some choreography, maybe a pop singer, has worn a mask before, has 17 tattoos.
  • Finally, the Peacock hit the stage, serving up a great cover of “Can’t Feel My Face” by The Weeknd. Jenny really thought that he’s Neil Patrick Harris, but Ken and Smoove weren’t so sure, so she guessed Wayne Brady instead. But Nicole was guessing Donny Osmond, which seems to be the popular theory among fans. Then the Peacock revealed the most wild clue yet – his face is tattooed on someone’s body! Clue Review: Male, good performer, has performed in Vegas, started at a young age – possibly five years old, cast in dramatic roles, close with Michael Jackson, fear of heights, went to jail because of a wig, his face is tattooed on someone else’s body.

In the end, the one voted off for the unmasking was the Alien, and the judges threw in some of their last guesses before the big reveal. Jenny guessed Sofia Richie, Nicole and Robin maintained that she’s LaToya Jackson, Smoove threw in Carmen Electra and Ken stuck with Paula Abdul. Nicole and Robin were right – the Alien was revealed as… LaToya Jackson!

That still leaves five more disguised celebs to uncover – behind the masks of the Rabbit, Bee, Lion, Monster, and Peacock. Who do you think they are?

Source: FOX

First Trailer For “Frozen 2”

First Trailer For “Frozen 2”

Disney has released the first official teaser for the upcoming sequel, “Frozen 2.” Queen Elsa, played by Idina Menzel, can be seen using her ice powers to freeze the waves of the ocean, but not much else is revealed in the clip. What we do know is that Kristen Bell is back as Princess Anna, and so are Josh Gad and Jonathan Gross.

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