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May 31, 2017
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Justin Bieber and Katy Perry Are Doing the Manchester Benefit 

When ARIANA GRANDE said that her Manchester benefit this Saturday would include "some of the biggest names in music", it seemed hard to believe she could pull something together that fast. But it's happening.

It's called the 'One Love Manchester' show, and as of last night the bill included:  Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell, Niall Horan, Usher, the British group Take That, and the Black Eyed Peas.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow.  Ariana is offering FREE tickets to fans who were at her Manchester Arena show last week. 

 

Donald Trump is Launching a Subscription Box Service 

PRESIDENT TRUMP is already raising money for 2020 in a pretty unique way.  He's launching one of those monthly subscription box services where you pay a set fee and get a box of STUFF every month.

They do this for everything from cosmetic samples to superhero toys.  Trump’s is called the BIG LEAGUE BOX, and every month it'll be full of, quote, "a handpicked bundle of exclusive and vintage official Donald J. Trump merchandise."

Now usually, these things cost around 10 or 20 bucks.  But to get into Donald's box, you'll have to cough up a monthly fee of $69.


Tiger Woods Update:  He was Found Asleep At The Wheel

We have an update on Tiger Woods’ DUI arrest over the weekend: 

A police affidavit released yesterday afternoon claims that when Tiger Woods was arrested on suspicion of DUI, he had been found asleep at the wheel on the side of a 6-lane road in Florida, with his engine running and right blinker flashing.

Police said that Woods could barely keep his eyes open and failed a roadside sobriety test because he couldn't keep his balance or follow instructions.  However breathe tests showed no alcohol in his system, and he told the officers he'd taken several prescriptions.

Tiger spent 4-hours in jail before being released, and later released a statement apologizing for the incident.