Headlines for: 10-10-2001
IS WONDER WOMANS RUMP TOO BIG?
CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) A newly-released Wonder Woman collectible doll may have something in common with Jennifer Lopez a big butt. The plastic doll features the classic 1941 image of the super-heroine clad
JOEY FATONE IN FEAR OF SUPERMAN CURSE
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) N-Sync singer Joey Fatone may have gold records but hes really dreaming about the Man of Steel. Fatone admits hes a big Superman fan and says his dream is to
WORLDS FIRST FIRE-EATING ADULT FILM STAR
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Wireless Flash) A professional fire-eater hopes to heat up her career by becoming the worlds first pyromaniac porn star. 29-year-old Jennifer Steele has been burning up strip clubs across America
ORIGINAL BEATLES ESTATE TO GO ON AUCTION
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) Listen up Beatles buffs: The entire estate of original band member Stuart Sutcliffe will soon be up for auction.
DOBIE GILLIS TURNS ROTTEN
ENCINO, Calif. (Wireless Flash) After all these years, the actor who played straight-arrow sitcom character Dobie Gillis is showing his dark side.
BIN LADEN SURPRISINGLY TENDER IN THE SACK
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Osama bin Laden may be a terrorist, but hes a tender lover between the sheets. Thats the verdict from a senior citizen psychic from Los Angeles who
DAN RATHER INSPIRES LYRIC IN TERRORIST TRAGEDY TUNE
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Dan Rather may not be a poet but his newscasts have provided inspiration for one songwriter. Jim Peterik, who co-wrote Eye of the Tiger for the rock
RECORD-SETTING HEARSE RIDE TO BE SET
COSTA MESA, Calif. (Wireless Flash) A ghoulish worlds record could be laid to rest later this month when a group of hearse drivers will attempt to stage the worlds largest procession of hearses.
ICELANDIC FISH LEATHER WASHING UP ON U.S. SHORES
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash) It sounds fishy but fashionistas may soon be wearing frocks made of lox. Icelandic scientists say theyve discovered a way to turn salmon skin
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) The craze for Osama bin Laden Halloween costumes is good news for Gary Condit. Thats according to Los Angeles-based media expert Michael Levine, who says Condit costumes