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  • Jason Michael Carroll Lookin Good

    Posted by Jess Kelley

    LOVE the new hair...(Jon even said he looked pretty)

    He went from super long, to medium to short!

    MUCH BETTER

    Here is when it was LONG

     

    Then Medium...getting better but not amazing!

     

    There ya go! Much better Jason!

     

    Soooo much better!

    What do you think?

     

  • WHAT?! Rihanna and Jennifer Nettles?

    Posted by Jess Kelley

    Rihanna announced on Ryan Seacrest radio show this morning that she will be performing at the ACM awards with Jennifer Nettles...Doesn't that sounds odd??

    What do you think about it...?

    Here is the song they are going to be singing...

     

     

    What do you think of the song...CAlifornia King Bed? I mean...I think its werid that Rihanna is going to sing with Jennifer...especially at the AMERICAN COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS...

     

    What do you think?

    ~Jess

  • Joe Nichols in Australia

    Posted by Jess Kelley

    Jealous!!

    Can you imagine being able to travel the world to play your music!? I mean some people are just trying to make it in one State...or the US, but then being able to go to Australia!! That has to be an amazing feeling.

    Here is Joe in Australia...

  • Laziest States in the US

    Posted by Jess Kelley

    We aren't the laziest! I'm very impressed with us Wisconsin. Lets keep that up.

    Here is the list of the top 10 laziest states...(we know we might be number one in drinking but at least we aren't lazy!!)

    1. Tennessee--Physically active adults: 51.8%

    Just more than half of the adult population does at least two and a half hours of physical activity per week. On a better note, over 24% of the state's high school students do moderate physical activity. The national average is just 17%.

    2. Louisiana--Physically active adults: 56%

    The state is known for beignets and the "po boy," a foot-long submarine sandwich slathered in gravy and. Only 56% of adults take part in moderate to vigorous physical activity consistently. Only 35% of the state's youth have parks, community centers and sidewalks in the neighborhood, which is way below the national average of 50%.

    3. Mississippi--Physically active adults: 57.2%

    The state ranks number one for the adults who admitted to "no leisure-time physical activity". That means almost a third of adults admitted that they get basically no regular physical exercise. Mississippi also ranks number one for obesity.

    4. Kentucky--Physically active adults: 57.9%

    Kentucky is known throughout the world for its fried chicken. Only 10 % of Kentuckians have a park near them, that's less than half the national average of 20%.

    5. Alabama--Physically active adults: 59%

    Alabama was also in the top 10 for obesity in 2009, with 31% of the population obese. Alabama doesn't require or recommend elementary schools to give recess, its child care centers don't require physical activity, and the state doesn't support urban design for parks that promote physical activity.

    6. North Carolina--Physically active adults: 60.9%

    In North Carolina, 61% of adults exercise. About 25% of adults don't exercise at all, but young people are active, with 24.5% of high school students doing moderate physical activity.

    7. Laziest State: Arkansas-- Physically active adults: 62.1%

    Barely beating West Virginia in laziness, Bill Clinton’s home state of Arkansas comes in at number seven. 29.2% of the state’s adults report no leisure-time physical activity at all could benefit from following Bubba’s lead and living a healthier lifestyle.

    8. West Virginia-- Physically active adults: 62.2%

    Only 62.2% of adults report being moderately physically active. Thankfully, there is hope in the younger generation: 26.3% of high school students report the same level of physical activity, well above the national average of 17.1%.

    9. Nevada-- Physically active adults: 62.5%

    In June and July, highs in Nevada regularly reach above 100 degrees Farenheit. In that kind of heat, the moderate exercise pursued by 62.5% of the population could be hazardous to citizens’ health. Perhaps, as residents of the state with the ninth lowest incidence of physical activity, Nevadans are just more careful about heat stroke than elsewhere. Or, maybe they’re just lazy.

    10. Oklahoma-- Physically active adults: 62.6%

    Fewer than two-thirds of adult Oklahomans claim to get the two and a half hours of moderate exercise per week that the CDC uses as a benchmark for physical activity.

  • Laziest States in the US

    Posted by Jess Kelley

    We aren't the laziest! I'm very impressed with us Wisconsin. Lets keep that up.

    Here is the list of the top 10 laziest states...(we know we might be number one in drinking but at least we aren't lazy!!)

    1. Tennessee--Physically active adults: 51.8%

    Just more than half of the adult population does at least two and a half hours of physical activity per week. On a better note, over 24% of the state's high school students do moderate physical activity. The national average is just 17%.

    2. Louisiana--Physically active adults: 56%

    The state is known for beignets and the "po boy," a foot-long submarine sandwich slathered in gravy and. Only 56% of adults take part in moderate to vigorous physical activity consistently. Only 35% of the state's youth have parks, community centers and sidewalks in the neighborhood, which is way below the national average of 50%.

    3. Mississippi--Physically active adults: 57.2%

    The state ranks number one for the adults who admitted to "no leisure-time physical activity". That means almost a third of adults admitted that they get basically no regular physical exercise. Mississippi also ranks number one for obesity.

    4. Kentucky--Physically active adults: 57.9%

    Kentucky is known throughout the world for its fried chicken. Only 10 % of Kentuckians have a park near them, that's less than half the national average of 20%.

    5. Alabama--Physically active adults: 59%

    Alabama was also in the top 10 for obesity in 2009, with 31% of the population obese. Alabama doesn't require or recommend elementary schools to give recess, its child care centers don't require physical activity, and the state doesn't support urban design for parks that promote physical activity.

    6. North Carolina--Physically active adults: 60.9%

    In North Carolina, 61% of adults exercise. About 25% of adults don't exercise at all, but young people are active, with 24.5% of high school students doing moderate physical activity.

    7. Laziest State: Arkansas-- Physically active adults: 62.1%

    Barely beating West Virginia in laziness, Bill Clinton’s home state of Arkansas comes in at number seven. 29.2% of the state’s adults report no leisure-time physical activity at all could benefit from following Bubba’s lead and living a healthier lifestyle.

    8. West Virginia-- Physically active adults: 62.2%

    Only 62.2% of adults report being moderately physically active. Thankfully, there is hope in the younger generation: 26.3% of high school students report the same level of physical activity, well above the national average of 17.1%.

    9. Nevada-- Physically active adults: 62.5%

    In June and July, highs in Nevada regularly reach above 100 degrees Farenheit. In that kind of heat, the moderate exercise pursued by 62.5% of the population could be hazardous to citizens’ health. Perhaps, as residents of the state with the ninth lowest incidence of physical activity, Nevadans are just more careful about heat stroke than elsewhere. Or, maybe they’re just lazy.

    10. Oklahoma-- Physically active adults: 62.6%

    Fewer than two-thirds of adult Oklahomans claim to get the two and a half hours of moderate exercise per week that the CDC uses as a benchmark for physical activity.

  • Oldest Woman in the World

    Posted by Jess Kelley

    She is sooo dang cute!! :)

    She may be the oldest women in the world but Guiness Book of World Records won't accept her without a birth certificate because they need proof.

    The lady claims she is 119 and didn't have a birth certificate cause she was born to slaves.

    Here is the video...

     

  • LIKE or DISLIKE: Dierks Bentley "Am I the Only One"

    Posted by Jess Kelley

    Ok everyone...here is Dierks Bentley's new single, "Am I the Onlly One."

    So...do you like or disllike?

    I'm not going to say he's my favorite or anyting to change your opinioin...BUT he's MY FAVORITE. Anyways..haha

     

    Like or Dislike??? Let us know...

  • Things You didn't Know about Elizabeth Taylor

    Posted by Jess Kelley

    Here are some facts you may have not known about Elizabeth Taylor:

    Before she made films, she had a lemonade stand in Southern California.

    She has seen every episode of Law & Order.

    She converted to Judaism in 1959.

    Her Jewish name is Elisheba Rachel.

    Her first horse was named Betty.

    Her first date was when she was 16 years old.

    Her most proudest film, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    Always wears perfume.

    She dreamed of designing perfume 25 years before she actually did.

    She loves blood-orange juice.

    She was heartbroken that Richard [Burton] never won an Oscar.

    People on Twitter named her fragrance, Violet Eyes.

    She never had acting lessons, though many people think she needed it.

    She hates being called Liz, because it can sound like a hiss.

    She believes you can be close to God anywhere.

    Her family and people with HIV/AIDS are her life.

     

    See full List here US Weekly

  • Wow...Google and Lady Gaga

    Posted by Jess Kelley

    This is amazing. This video shows the years before Gaga was known...then she just blew up! She was every where...

    It's pretty unbelievable.

  • Interview with Bethenny Frankel

    Posted by Jess Kelley

    Today I got to do my very first interview...and it was with one of my favorite reality stars Bethenny Frankel.

    If you dont know here she is from the Real Housewives of New York, Bethenny Getting Married and Bethenny Ever After. She is also a autor of many books, a professional cook and creator of the SkinnyGirl brand.

    Here are some clips of her show...

    She's hilarious!

     

    Bethenny Getting Married...

     

    Bethenny Ever After...

     

    She is just so fun...I love watching her shows. She is so funny and I feel like she is a big sister.

     

    Here is her new book! It's GREAT!

     

    Buy the BOOK HERE

     

    Listen to audio...it's her interview this afternoon.

    ~Jess Kelley

    Bethenny Frankel and Jess Kelley