Stay In Touch:

November 22nd, 2015

Sheamus Defeats Roman Reigns At ‘Survivor Series’ & Becomes New WWE Champion

Images Courtesy of WWE

We have a new WWE Heavyweight Champion! The tournament to crown a new WWE champ ended at ‘Survivor Series’ on Nov. 22. After Roman Reigns took down Dean Ambrose for the championship, Sheamus quickly cashed in his Money in the Bank clause and shockingly snatched the title away from Roman!

Introducing your new WWE Heavyweight Champion of the world: Sheamus! The 37-year-old wrestler claimed the championship in a surprising turn of events just minutes after Roman Reigns defeated Dean Ambrose for the same title. Sheamus decided to take advantage of his Money in the Bank contract and brogue kick his way to the top, robbing Roman of the title!
Click here to read more

November 21st, 2015

WWE Survivor Series: Anonymous Claims ISIS Planning Attack At Event


The FBI is investigating a perceived threat from ISIS that may take place during the WWE Survivor Series event in Atlanta on November 22. The threat was revealed by Anonymous, the hacktivist group that has vowed to take ISIS down.

The WWE Survivor Series is set to take place at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, on Sunday, November 22, and Anonymous has claimed that ISIS has threatened the arena, as well as several other unnamed venues, as the location of their next target. Though the FBI does not “have specific or credible information” that an attack may be planned, they’re taking the threat very seriously.
Click here to read more

November 19th, 2015

‘Survivor’ Cast-Off: Maybe I Should Have Had An All-Girl Alliance

Image Courtesy of CBS

It was the not-so-perfect storm in Cambodia on the Nov. 18 episode of ‘Survivor’ for the latest castaway who’s torch was put out. We know you’ve got questions, and so did I, so we got the answers straight from the third member of the jury.

There’s one thing that’s for sure: no one can beat Joe. That seems to be the case so far on Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance, as he’s won every individual immunity challenge from the start. However, the latest elimination may change his game a bit.  Click here to read more

November 13th, 2015

Paris Attacks: Brave Stadium Survivors Sing National Anthem During Evacuation

Courtesy of YouTube

What a beautiful moment in a sea of tragedy. After being trapped in the Stade de France stadium following a terrifying explosion, the Paris attack survivors proved their undying loyalty to their country. The brave citizens joined together to sing the French ‘National Anthem’ as they left the stadium. See the inspiring video.

There’s glimmer of light in the darkest hour in Paris. The brave victims inside of the Stade de France, right near where a suicide bomb was detonated, united to show their pride and support of their country by singing the French “National Anthem” as they were finally able to evacuate. The terror is certainly not over after a reported 127 people have been killed, but the French are proving that they cannot be silenced. You have to see this beautiful video.
Click here to read more

November 12th, 2015

‘Survivor’ Cast-Off Talks ‘Colossal Terror’ & Joe’s Shocking Move

Image Courtesy of Monty Brinton/CBS

Day 21 on ‘Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance’ will go down as one of the biggest blindsides ever. Even the big fans of the show didn’t see this one coming. So, how does the latest victim feel? So, we had 8 questions!

Spoiler alert: if you missed the Nov. 11 episode of Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance, don’t click in!
Click here to read more

October 29th, 2015

‘Survivor Cambodia’: Terry Deitz Gives Emotional Update On Son Danny

Image Courtesy of Twitter

Jeff Probst woke Terry Deitz up in the middle of the night on last night’s ‘Survivor’ to tell him his son was in the hospital. Naturally, Terry jetted home. So, what now?

Clearly a favorite in the group, Terry Deitz proved last night what Second Chance was really about — and who the real Survivor was here. He walked through the heartbreaking experience with his son, Danny Deitz, and what actually went down with
Click here to read more

October 22nd, 2015

‘Survivor Cambodia’ Latest Cast-Off: I Wasn’t Meant To Win ‘Second Chance’

Image Courtesy of CBS

Day 13 ended in a serious blindside. After Bayon came in last place in the immunity challenge, they were forced to turn on one of their own. As we do every Thursday, we chatted with the latest victim.

When the Bayon tribe lost the challenge and had to send in one of their own to tribal on Day 13, people started turning… and fast. The original Bayons — Monica, Jeremy, Fishbach and Kimmi already had an alliance — so that left Spencer and Kelly on the outs. While they both petitioned on why they should stay, someone on the inside took it into their own hands to make a power move. Here’s what the latest cast-off had to say in our exit interview
Click here to read more

October 1st, 2015

Oregon College Shooting: Survivors Reveal Horrific Details Of Tragic Massacre

Courtesy of Twitter

Survivors of the massacre at Umpqua Community College painted a horrific picture when they revealed details from the mass shooting. One survivor recalled seeing a student frantically swim across the creek to flee the scene of the crime.

As students and faculty members of Umpqua Community College desperately tried to flee when a mass shooting erupted on Oct. 1, some were unfortunately stuck in the same building as the shooter. The students who were in the same building as the shooter — identified as Chris Harper Mercer, 26, —  recalled seeing “people screaming” and quickly evacuated Snyder Hall to get away from the terrifying situation.
Click here to read more

September 23rd, 2015

‘Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance’ Premiere: Alum Battle New Twists

Image Courtesy of CBS

After the long intro showing everyone who’s who and who’s from what seasons, ‘Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance’ got intense, right off the bat. The challenge began just ten minutes in.

Right away, all 20 Survivor alum headed to Cambodia and were split into two teams: Bayon and Ta Kao, and the first challenge began: both teams had to race to gather supplies from the supply boat, then swim to a bag of rice. Which ever team got to the rice first, got to keep it!
Click here to read more

September 16th, 2015

Virginia Live TV Shooting Survivor Speaks: I Was Waiting To Be Shot In The Head

Courtesy of NBC

The Virginia TV shooting, which left two dead, was beyond horrific. But none felt the depth of what happened as much as the lone survivor of the shooting, Vicki Gardner. Though painful, she was able to recall the events of that tragic day in her first interview since the shooting.

Vicki Gardner, 62, sat down with Fox News’ Greta van Susteren on September 15 for her first interview since surviving the horrific Virginia shooting on August 26. Vicki was the only survivor of the shooting, which claimed the lives of WDBJ reporter, Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27; she thought that she would be the third casualty. Vicki described what the incident was like, and it’s harrowing.
Click here to read more

August 25th, 2015

‘Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance’ — Official Cast Photos

Image Courtesy of CBS

The gang’s all here! CBS just released the official portraits of the cast of ‘Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance,’ the 31st season full of familiar faces. So, who’s on whose side?

Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance is taking it back to the beginning and starting off the way the original season did, Jeff Probst, revealed in a new interview. After they are dropped off to search for supplies and race for rice, they’ll be given “a big supply boat,” and told to “board the boat and take as many supplies as you can get.”
Click here to read more

August 25th, 2015

‘Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance’ Pics