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Bruce Springsteen Rescued By Bikers

Plus more with our "Dirt Alert"

November 14, 2016
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Bruce Springsteen Was Rescued By Some Bikers When His Motorcycle Broke Down 

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN went out for a motorcycle ride on the back roads near Freehold, New Jersey, where he grew up.

But his bike broke down, and he was temporarily stranded on the side of the road.  That's when some bikers from the local American Legion saw him and pulled over.  They were on their way back from a Veteran's Day ceremony.

They didn't know it was him at first, they were just stopping to lend a hand.  They tried to get his bike started, but it wasn't happening, so they gave him a lift to a bar down the street while he waited for a ride.

One of the guys said Bruce was very down to Earth, and that he took down their names and number for a future ride.  Supposedly, Bruce also chipped in $100 toward the bar bill.

 

A ‘Dirty’ Past

What would a Dirt Alert look like 18 years ago?

CARMEN ELECTRA and DENNIS RODMAN got married in Las Vegas, this day, 1998.  They would divorce just five months later.


Pink Has Been Hiding a Pregnancy for Quite a While, Apparently 

PINK and her husband CAREY HART are expecting their second child, and it looks like they've been expecting it for a pretty long time. 

She just posted a picture of her baby bump yesterday, and it's pretty huge.  There's no word how far along she is.  She and Carey also have a 5-year-old daughter named Willow, who's in the picture with her.  The caption says, "Surprise!"

Pink is 37, Carey is 41.

 

Michael Bublé Isn't Performing Until His Son Is Well

Michael Bublé has announced that he will not be performing until his son, Noah, is well.

3-year old Noah was recently diagnosed with liver cancer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy.  Michael’s music producer, David Foster, told “Entertainment Tonight” that Michael has shut down everything while his son is sick:  no touring, no recording, no social media, and no public appearances.

Fortunately, there is a 90% chance that chemotherapy will clear Noah’s cancer.