Oscar Mayer has just introduced a new line of hot dogs that are STUFFED WITH BACON.
These Bacon Dogs are now on sale all over the country. Each one is 130 calories and has 11 grams of fat.
Go ahead and enjoy one. If you eat two, you will loose 5 years off your life.
Someone at Buzzfeed.com has put together a list of 9 People Who Were Banned from "Saturday Night Live". Here are the ones they listed, along with the reason why they were allegedly booted:
1. The punk band Fear for trashing the "SNL" set back in 1981.
2. Steven Seagal for being a bad host, and being a jerk to the cast and crew. He hosted back in 1991. The next year, Lorne Michaels supposedly told Nicolas Cage that Steven was "the biggest jerk who's ever been on the show."
3. Adrien Brody for a horrible, 45-second, ad-libbed introduction to musical guest Sean Paul in 2003.
4. Elvis Costello for playing his politically-charged song "Radio, Radio" in 1977, even though he was explicitly told to play his single "Less Than Zero". His ban was lifted in 1989, and he's performed several times since.
5. Frank Zappa for doing a terrible job of hosting the show in 1978.
6. Martin Lawrence for being extremely filthy in his monologue in 1994. He dissed the censors, and launched into a commentary about feminine hygiene.
7. Cypress Hill for lighting a joint onstage, and trashing the stage and their instruments during a performance in 1993.
8. The Replacements for a bad, drunken performance in 1986. They missed whole verses, repeated lyrics, stumbled into each other, messed up guitar lines, and screamed obscenities at the audience.
9. Sinead O'Connor for ripping up a picture of the Pope, looking into the camera, and saying, quote, "Fight the real enemy."
The shows NBC is NOT bringing back next season include: "30 Rock", "1600 Penn", "Animal Practice", "Deception", "Do No Harm", "Go On", "Guys with Kids", "The New Normal", "The Office", "Ready for Love", "Rock Center with Brian Williams", "Smash", "Take It All", "Up All Night" and "Whitney".
The shows they ARE bringing back include: "The Biggest Loser", "Celebrity Apprentice", "Chicago Fire", "Community", "Dateline NBC", "Grimm", "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit", "Parenthood", "Parks and Recreation", "Revolution", "The Sing-Off", "Sunday Night Football" and "The Voice".
The shows that are still up in the air include: "Betty White's Off Their Rockers", "Fashion Star" and "Hannibal".
The shows Fox is NOT bringing back next season include: "Ben and Kate", "Fringe", "The Mob Doctor", "Touch" and "COPS".
The shows they ARE bringing back include: "American Dad", "American Idol", "Bob's Burgers", "Bones", "Family Guy", "The Following", "Glee", "Hell's Kitchen", "Hotel Hell", "Kitchen Nightmares", "MasterChef", "The Mindy Project", "The New Girl", "Raising Hope", "The Simpsons" and "X Factor"
Fox still hasn't decided on the future of "The Cleveland Show".
Victoria's Secret has released its annual What Is Sexylist which is chosen by the Victoria's Secret models themselves.
So here's what they came up with this year.
Sexiest Actress: Jessica Chastain
Sexiest Style: Nina Dobrev
Sexiest Legs: Blake Lively
Sexiest Bikini Body: Rihanna
Sexiest Hair: Amanda Seyfried
Sexiest Smile: Zoe Saldana
Sexiest Eyes: Zooey Deschanel
Sexiest Lips: Kerry Washington
Sexiest Sense of Humor: Jennifer Lawrence
Sexiest Mom: Giuliana Rancic
Sexiest Songstress: Beyoncé
Sexiest International Import: Emilia Clarke from "Game of Thrones"
Sexiest Summer Glow: Hayden Panettiere
Sexiest Sporty Style: Ashley Greene
Sexiest TV Cast: "Revenge"
Sexiest Cyber Stars: The Tone It Up Girls
Sexiest Tweeter: Elizabeth Banks
Sexiest Up & Coming Bombshell: Chloe Bridges from"The Carrie Diaries"
Sexiest Curves: Shakira
This week Kanye was spotted filming in downtown Atlanta on the set of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
That's according to Access Atlanta, which reports that Kanye is just the latest in a string of celebs who've been seen on-set. The list also includes Will Smith, Nicole Kidman, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
The Anchorman sequel is slated to arrive in theaters December 20. Will Ferrell returns to the film in his role as Ron Burgundy, and he's joined by Harrison Ford, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and more.