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DeAngelo Williams Has A Walking Dead Themed Wedding

August 2, 2016

DeAngelo Williams from the Pittsburgh Steelers Had a "Walking Dead"-Themed Wedding 

Former Memphis Tiger great and Pittsburgh Steelers running back DEANGELO WILLIAMS had a "Walking Dead"-themed wedding, where he, his bride, and their entire bridal party wore zombie makeup. 

Hey, when you find a woman who's willing to give you a "Walking Dead"-themed wedding, you marry that girl.  They went all out too, complete with facial prosthetics, splattered-on blood and slime. 

The hardest people to convince to do it were the bridesmaids.  And DeAngelo said, quote, "It is a dream come true, it is unbelievable.  And what makes it even more magical is not only did I become a walker, but I became a husband and inherited a beautiful wife." 

(Check out video here.)


Britney Spears Says She Hasn't Met Taylor Swift, Except She Has . . . Twice 

In a recent interview, BRITNEY SPEARS was asked who she'd rather sit next to on a 24-hour flight, KATY PERRY or TAYLOR SWIFT.

Britney said, quote, "I don't know, that's hard.  They're both so cool, I don't know.  I've briefly met Katy at the 'Smurfs' movie premiere.  Maybe because I've met Katy I would say Taylor, because I've never met her before."

But as it turns out, Britney HAS met Taylor, at least TWICE.  Granted, both instances were a while ago, but here’s the deal.  There's a photo of them together at the 2008 "VMAs”, one year before KANYE made Taylor famous.

And there's another shot of them from WAY back in the day when Taylor was just starting out in the music business, so these are eight and 13 years ago.  Britney hasn't commented.


Charles Barkley Is Hosting a New TNT Show Called "The Race Card" 

TNT is letting Charles Barkley host an upcoming show called "The Race Card", where he goes around the country and talks about race with, quote, "today's cultural leaders and tastemakers." 

It will be a six-episode series that'll premiere sometime early next year.  By the way, Charles isn't just an interesting choice because he speaks his mind; he's regularly been at odds with the black community when it comes to the police brutality debates. 

A couple years ago, he said that cops are, quote, "absolutely awesome" and "the notion that white cops are out there just killing black people is ridiculous.  It's flat-out ridiculous." 

So it's not surprising that TNT and Charles say "The Race Card" will try to "challenge" people's viewpoints.