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“Confirmed fatalities” after incident at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England

Image Group LA/ABCPolice are responding to reports of an explosion at Manchester Arena in England where an Ariana Grande concert was taking place and telling individuals to stay away from the area.

In a statement, police said there are a “number of confirmed fatalities” as well as additional injuries.

A rep for Ariana tells ABC News that Ariana is OK and that they are investigating what happened.

Manchester Victoria station has been evacuated and trains are unable to run.

This is a breaking news story. Please check back for updates.

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Liam Payne says he almost didn’t go solo

Republic RecordsLast week, Liam Payne became the final One Direction member to release solo material. But the singer tells Billboard he never actually planned to go solo at all.

“To be honest with you, I wasn’t going to do a solo venture,” Liam says. “I was just going to go into songwriting and carry on and do that. But then I was like, ‘You’ve been trying to do this since you were 14 years old. You would be ridiculously stupid to turn down the option to have a deal.’ Coming out of the band, we had some pretty good opportunities around us. I had to do something.”

His first solo single, “Strip That Down,” came thanks to a drop-everything call from Ed Sheeran last summer.

“I was in a gym in L.A., and I got a call that said ‘You have to get to London now,’” Liam says. “And we had literally just gotten to L.A., so we U-turned straight back to London — which of course you do for Mr. Ed Sheeran, because I’d do anything for the man.”

The song, which Liam co-wrote with Ed and Steve Mac, was created soon after. Then Liam had the idea to add Migos rapper Quavo to the track.

“Quavo is the man!” Liam says. “He turned the rap around in like 24 hours.”

No word yet on when Liam will be releasing a full album.

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Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” director seemingly disses Katy Perry’s “Swish Swish”

ABC/Fred Lee; ABC/Randy HolmesFirst, actress Ruby Rose took aim at Katy Perry and her rumored Taylor Swift diss track, “Swish Swish.” Now, it appears the director of Taylor’s “Bad Blood” video, Joseph Kahn, is weighing in.

“If you’re gonna do a diss track, at least put a decent hook in it,” he tweeted Friday, the day Katy’s single was officially released.

The director has been firmly on Team Taylor for a while now. He previously came to her defense after Kim Kardashian released a tape of Taylor’s phone call with Kanye West.

“I’ve worked with everybody,” Kahn tweeted at the time. “I don’t need to work with anybody. Taylor is a rainbow in a swamp.”

After Ruby Rose initially called “Swish Swish” a “sloppy mess,” she decided to take a step back from the drama.

“Being mean doesn’t suit me and leaves me feeling dirty,” she tweeted over the weekend, adding, “Get so triggered when I think bullies don’t get held accountable and it makes me think I should say something.. but it’s not [my] place.”

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Alec Baldwin teaches daughter Carmen how to imitate President Trump

NBC/Will Heath(NEW YORK) — While Alec Baldwin’s imitation of President Donald J. Trump has helped Saturday Night Live see its best ratings in years, he may have some competition on his heels: his three-year-old daughter Carmen.

In a video shot by his wife — and Carmen’s mom — Hilaria Baldwin and posted to her Instagram before this past weekend’s season finale, Alec teaches her how to imitate the Commander-in-Chief. 

“Carmen, on what day does Daddy play Donald Trump?” Hilaria asks off-camera. “Sat-ur-day,” the cute tyke responds from a bed on which she and her dad are sitting.

Then Baldwin dresses up her answer by telling her to put up her hands, and then, squinching up his eyes, he imitates Trump’s voice, saying “Saturday,” which she parrots, until the actor cracks up and tackles her in a hug.

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“The Bachelorette” Rachel Lindsay feeling the pressure for tonight’s premiere

(LOS ANGELES) — Rachel Lindsay makes her debut tonight on The Bachelorette.  There’s been a lot of talk about how she’s the first African-American star of the franchise, and she tells ABC Radio she’s feeling the pressure, though she’s trying to roll with it.

“All eyes are going to be on me. I’m setting a standard,” Lindsay says. “They’re going to be judging me. Some for the good, some for the bad, and that’s a lot. Like, I am representing myself in so many way on such a huge platform and trying to find love.”

She adds, “But for me, the pros outweigh the cons.”

Lindsay, an attorney, has revealed that she’s now engaged, but hasn’t revealed who the lucky guy is — or even if he was a Bachelorette contestant. “I wish I could tell you who it’s with because I’m so happy about it,” she tells us, “But, just to be able to, like, explain the smile and the glow that I have is so liberating.”  

The Bachelorette premieres tonight at 9 p.m. on ABC.

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“Dancing with the Stars” finale kicks off tonight

ABC/Eric McCandless(LOS ANGELES) — Tonight is night one of the two-night Dancing with the Stars finale!

NFL star Rashad Jennings and his partner Emma Slater tell ABC Radio that no matter what happens now, they’re already won: “It’s amazing that you get a chance to finish everything that you started.  It’s like, there are no more weeks. There are no more weeks. You know, that’s a really good feeling [that] we made it through.”

MLB star David Ross, the first baseball player ever on the show, is also psyched. Though he’s not the best dancer, he’s won everyone’s hearts. “It feels amazing,” the affable athlete says. “I mean…it makes you feel so proud to make it this far in this, such a tough competition and a lot of hard work, and to be going to the finals … is, you know, not even on a blip on my radar that I ever thought would happen to me.”

Another athlete who made it through is pro bull rider Bonner Bolton, who is paired up — some say even off-camera — with pro hoofer Sharna Burgess. She says it’s proving to be a shocker of a season, what with Fifth Harmony star Normani Kordei’s unexpected elimination. “Sometimes it’s not what you expect,” Sharna warns.

Dancing with the Stars
airs tonight at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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Amid death threats, Thunder center Enes Kanter wants US citizenship

Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images(NEW YORK) —  Oklahoma City Thunder’s Enes Kanter has received online death threats and suspects his recent detention at a Romanian airport stems from his criticism of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. On Monday the center said the United States “is my home now,” ESPN reports.

At a news conference in New York Monday, Kanter spoke out about his desire for U.S. citizenship just two days after being detained at a Romanian airport due to the cancellation of his Turkish passport.

Kanter, who often speaks out against Turkish President Erdogan, according to ESPN, repeated that he believes the passport incident is connected to such frequent criticism, saying Monday, “I know how bad of a man he is.”

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Scoreboard roundup — 5/21/17

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners:

L.A. Angels 12, N.Y. Mets 5

N.Y. Yankees 3, Tampa Bay 2
Toronto 3, Baltimore 1
Cleveland 8, Houston 6
Kansas City 6, Minnesota 4
Boston 12, Oakland 3
Chicago White Sox 8, Seattle 1
Texas 5, Detroit 2
Kansas City at Minnesota, postponed

Colorado 6, Cincinnati 4
Pittsburgh 1, Philadelphia  0
Washington 3, Atlanta 2
St. Louis 8, San Francisco 3
Chicago Cubs 13, Milwaukee 6
L.A. Dodgers 6, Miami 3
San Diego 5, Arizona 1

Boston 111, Cleveland 108

Pittsburgh 7, Ottawa 0

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Kyle Busch takes $1M prize at Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race

iStock/Thinkstock(CONCORD, N.C.) — It might not have earned him any points, but that $1 million prize sure must have been sweet for Kyle Busch who won the Monster Energy All-Star Race on Saturday Night.

Not only did he take home the $1 million, he also recorded his first winning race in a Cup car at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

It wasn’t like Busch had no competition in the final, 10-lap stage.

Jimmie Johnson literally gave Busch a run for his money, hoping that Brad Keselowki would be able to slow Busch on the final restart, but Busch passed Keselowski — running on old tires because he had no fresh ones left — and Johnson on the first of the last 10 laps and never looked back, winning by 1.274 seconds.

Kyle Larson finished second, and Johnson finished third with Keselowski slipping to ninth.

The rest of the top 10 were Kurt Busch in fourth place, Jamie McMurray in fifth, Kevin Harvick in sixth, Chase Elliott in seventh, Joey Logano in eighth and Denny Hamlin in 10th.

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series returns to action in earnest next Sunday at Charlotte for the Coca-Cola 600.

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Passenger who forced Honolulu emergency landing tells FBI ‘we all have’ terroristic thoughts

iStock/Thinkstock(HONOLULU) — The Turkish national who forced the emergency landing of American Airlines flight 31 in Honolulu on Friday allegedly told FBI agents “we all have” terroristic ideas, and pantomimed shooting an agent during his interview, according to a criminal complaint filed in Hawaii on Monday.

En route from Los Angeles to Honolulu, 25-year-old Anil Uskanli alarmed passengers and crewmembers while acting “strange,” forcing the pilot lock down the flight deck and prompting the U.S. Pacific Command to send two F-22 fighter jets to escort the aircraft into Hawaii.

“We all have those ideas,” he said when asked if he ever had terroristic thoughts.

According to the complaint, Uskanli boarded the plane without any luggage, carrying only a phone, laptop, charger, and miscellaneous items in his pockets.

Not long after he was arrested for misdemeanor trespassing at LAX after breaching a security door while under the influence, crew escorted him down the jet bridge in a wheelchair.

Once aboard the Airbus 321, he plopped into a seat in first class. At a flight attendant’s repeated urging, Uskanli eventually moved to 35B, his assigned seat.

After the flight took off, Uskanli began repeatedly moving his laptop from the seatback pocket to the space under the seat, “uttering things and talking to himself,” one passenger told FBI agents.

He then got up to use the lavatory, but failed to lock the door, the complaint adds. When another passenger attempted to enter the lavatory, Uskanli allegedly began “yelling and pounding on the walls.”

After flight attendants escorted him back to his seat, they found what appeared to be cigarette pieces around the toilet.

A short time later, Uskanli “wrapped a blanket around his head, picked up his laptop,” and shuffled towards the front of the aircraft.

A flight attendant used a beverage cart to block the aisle, but Uskanli shoved back, then set his laptop on the cart, triggering immediate alarm among the crew. The flight attendant was concerned following reports that terrorists are attempting to target aircraft with explosives concealed inside electronics, the complaint explains.

While an off-duty law enforcement officer steered Uskanli back to his seat, a flight attendant barricaded the laptop in the rear of the aircraft — standard procedure for handling a possible explosive device. To further mitigate the impact of a potential in-flight bomb, the pilot descended to 5,000 feet, according to the complaint.

Uskanli was restrained with duct tape, witnesses say.

Upon landing, Uskanli was escorted off the flight by law enforcement, and bomb technicians and canine units seized the laptop and secured the plane. No explosives were found inside the laptop, authorities say.

Uskanli’s urinalysis came back positive for benzodiazepine. Other field sobriety tests indicated he may have been high on stimulants or cannabis, according to the complaint.

During a post-incident interview with FBI agents, Uskanli “made a gun shape with his fingers and pretended to shoot,”simulated a ‘chopping motion’” at an agent’s neck, and threatened to kill a female agent, according to the complaint.

Asked if he planned to hurt anyone, he told agents, “it depends on the day.”

He was charged with interfering with a flight crew, and was scheduled to appear in court Monday.

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Father of 18-year-old killed in Times Square crash writes emotional letter to daughter

Emilie Richardson/ABC News(NEW YORK) — The father of 18-year-old Alyssa Elsman, who was killed when a driver plowed into a crowd in New York’s Times Square last week, wrote an emotional letter to his daughter, saying, “I have a hole in my heart that can never be filled.”

The framed letter was placed at a memorial near the crash site.

“My world changed when you came into it and it is unexplainable with you leaving it,” wrote Thomas Elsman, father of Alyssa Elsman, a tourist from Michigan who was killed last Thursday when a driver sped into a crowd in Times Square. Alyssa Elsman’s 13-year-old sister was among the 20 people injured in the crash.

He wrote that his daughter “loved Times Square.”

“She would appreciate all your kind words but she would also tell us all to get back up and continue,” he added.

Read the full letter here:

“There is no words that can express our gratitude with the outpouring of love and support this city has shown us. Our medical staff, The NYPD and most of all YOU. This impromptu memorial dedicated to our daughter and seeing and talking to many of you has helped me cope with our loss. I have met so many people from different countries, religions, creeds etc……it doesn’t have shown us that when you remove bias..racism..and ignorance..WE ARE ALL ONE… Your condolences have been sincere and taken to heart. Please also remember there are 20 other families affected by this and please keep them in your thoughts too. Alyssa loved this city…she loved Times Square. She would appreciate all your kind words but she would also tell us all to get back up and continue. That’s how full of life my daughter was This city and our hearts are scarred, cut to the core, but in true New York City fashion..We will heal..We will prevail..and we will never forget. Alyssa Lynn Elsman… my beautiful 18 year old girl. I look at myself and will never understand how I could ever have made such an angel…Im glad you got your mothers looks….. I don’t know anything currently..I always have the answers..but I am blank…I have a hole in my heart that can never be filled. My world changed when you came into it and it is unexplainable with you leaving it. I love you kid. Just no words <3 Love you love you love you…. Dad”

The suspected driver, 26-year-old Richard Rojas, was taken into custody at the scene of the crash after he plowed through pedestrians from 42nd Street to 45th Street. He was arraigned on charges of murder, attempted murder and aggravated vehicular homicide. Rojas was remanded to custody and will next return to court on May 24. He has not yet formally entered a plea. His defense attorney declined to comment.

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FBI is not involved in Seth Rich case, officials say

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — FBI and other law enforcement officials are privately knocking down a conspiracy theory Monday, fueled by conservative commentators on Fox News, that seeks to divert attention from Russia’s involvement in the hacking of the Democratic National Committee last year by suggesting a DNC staffer was murdered to cover up his involvement in passing the information to WikiLeaks.

According to officials with knowledge of the matter, the FBI is not investigating the unsolved murder of Seth Rich last year in what agents have determined was “a possible attempted robbery” gone wrong. Asked about the possible connection between Rich and WikiLeaks, one official told ABC News that “the only place I’ve seen that is through the conspiracy theories online.”

The Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., continues to investigate his death as a homicide.

On July 10, 2016, the 27-year-old voter outreach coordinator was shot multiple times near his home in Washington, D.C., a few weeks before WikiLeaks published thousands of hacked emails from several DNC staff members.

Investigators determined that Rich had been the victim of an attempted robbery, but theories to the contrary first took hold when WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange suggested Rich might have had a role, and WikiLeaks offered a $20,000 reward for information about his murder.

“Whistleblowers go to significant efforts to get us material, and often very significant risk,” Assange said in an interview with the Dutch television program Nieuwsuur. “There’s a 27-year-old who works for the DNC, who was shot in the back, murdered.”

When pressed to explain his suggestion, Assange refused to identify Rich as a source, saying “we don’t comment on who our sources are.”

The theory resurfaced last week when a private investigator named Rod Wheeler who claimed to have been hired by the Rich family told Fox 5 DC that his sources within the FBI had told him that there was evidence suggesting Rich had contacted WikiLeaks before his death. He repeated the story in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity the following day.

“There was a federal investigator that was involved with the inside, a person that is very credible,” Wheeler told Hannity. “Very credible, and he said he laid eyes on that computer and he laid eyes on the case file. And he came across very credible. When you look at that with the totality of everything else that I found in this case, it’s very consistent for a person with my experience to begin to think, ‘Well, perhaps there were some email communications between Seth [Rich] and WikiLeaks.'”

Wheeler’s story changed in subsequent statements to other media outlets, prompting the local station to attach an editor’s note to its original story, acknowledging that Wheeler has “backtracked” on his claim that his information came from FBI sources.

That didn’t stop former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, however, from spreading the conspiracy theory in an appearance on Fox News Sunday a few days later.

“At the same time we have this very strange story now of this young man who worked for the Democratic National Committee who apparently was assassinated at 4:00 in the morning having given WikiLeaks something like 23,000, I’m sorry, 53,000 emails and 17,000 attachments,” Gingrich said. “Nobody is investigating that, and what does that tell you about what was going on, because it turns out it wasn’t the Russians, it was this young guy who I suspect was disgusted by the corruption of the Democratic National Committee. He’s been killed and apparently nothing serious has been done to investigate his murder.”

The family, meanwhile, has sent Wheeler a cease and desist letter, and Brad Bauman, a family spokesperson, told ABC News that this latest report is just further proof of what the family already knows.

“So much of the conspiracy theory has been dependent on the allegation of federal investigators being involved, and the fact that the FBI has not and never had been involved with this investigation is critical to understanding just how false these conspiracy theories are,” Bauman said.

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At least 19 dead, 50 injured after reports of explosion at Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena: Police

iStock/Thinkstock(MANCHESTER, England) — At least 19 people are dead and around 50 others injured after reports of an explosion at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena in England.

In a statement, Greater Manchester police said they were called to the arena at just before 10:35 p.m. local time on Monday. Authorities are telling people to avoid the area.

At the moment, the incident is being treated as a “terrorist incident until police know otherwise.”

Further details of the incident were not immediately available.

Concertgoers reported hearing a loud bang at the end of the concert and attendees rushed toward the exit.

Eyewitness Karen Ford told the BBC, “The lights had come up everyone was just getting out and walking towards the stairs, when all of a sudden this huge sound which sounded like an explosion went off.”

She added: “Everyone just stopped and turned around, and then somebody shouted ‘it’s a bomb’ and everyone just started running. Everybody was trying to push people up the stairs. There was a lot of children there without parents. There was no one to calm them down so everyone was just screaming crying and pushing.”

Andy Holey, an eyewitness, told the BBC that he was waiting outside the concert and was blown over by the force of what he described as an “explosion.” When he awoke, he said he saw many casualties around him. He added that it was unclear if they were injured or dead.

Abby Barker, who attended the concert, told ABC News that Grande had just left the stage when there was a loud bang. “I looked across the arena and everyone over there started running in different directions, screaming in panic,” she said. “We all started panicking too and ran out the doors and ran down the stairs out of the arena. We got outside and children were crying their eyes out, people talking about it being a bomb/gunshots, there were many parents running towards the arena but no one knew exactly what it was.”

Reps for Grande confirmed that she was not harmed.

Video shows panicked people fleeing the arena.

Manchester Victoria station has been evacuated and trains are unable to run.

This is a breaking news story. Please check back for updates.

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Saudi Arabia and UAE pledge $100M to women’s fund Ivanka Trump supports

Win McNamee/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have pledged to give a total of $100 million to the Women’s Empowerment Fund, which Ivanka Trump has publicly supported.

The announcement came at an event that Trump attended while visiting Saudi Arabia as part of the first foreign trip of her father’s presidency.

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim was the one to announce the donation, saying that the two countries had pledged a combined $100 million donation to the World Bank-based fund.

He added that because of that pledge, as well as additional pledges from the U.S. and other countries, they are expecting to have accumulated $1 billion for the fund by the G-20 summit in July.

“This is really a stunning achievement. I’ve never seen anything come together so quickly, and I really have to say that Ivanka’s leadership has been tremendous,” Kim said, according to the pool report from the event in Saudi Arabia on Sunday.

The fund is intended to provide capital for small and medium sized women entrepreneurs.

ABC News has reached out to the White House for further information about the fund and will update accordingly.

Kim first announced the creation of the fund on April 26, 2017, releasing a statement applauding the support of Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

“The World Bank Group is working with partners on the details around creating a facility for women’s economic empowerment, specifically through providing access to finance, markets and networks,” the statement reads. “Typically, the governance of facilities we manage is decided among donors, and the secretariat sits within and is administered by the World Bank Group. We are very grateful for the leadership Ms. Trump and Chancellor Merkel have demonstrated on this important issue.”

While specific details about the fund have not been released publicly, Trump’s connection to the fund has already prompted questions from at least one senator.

Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, sent a letter to the director of the Office of Government Ethics on April 28 urging them to review potential conflicts that come from both Trump’s involvement with the fund and her decision not to divest from her businesses.

“I am concerned that Ms. Trump’s refusal to divest from her business interests, and her creation of a fund to solicit foreign money, provides foreign governments an opportunity to improperly influence United States trade and foreign policy,” Wyden wrote in the letter.

During the presidential election, Donald Trump was a frequent critic of the Clinton Foundation for accepting donations from Saudi Arabia and other countries with bad human rights records.

“Saudi Arabia and many of the countries that gave vast amounts of money to the Clinton Foundation want women as slaves and to kill gays. Hillary must return all money from such countries!” Trump wrote in a Facebook post on June 13, 2016.

He reiterated that sentiment during the first presidential debate as well, saying that countries like Saudi Arabia and Qatar “are people that push gays off … buildings. These are people that kill women and treat women horribly. And yet you take their money … why don’t you give back the money?”

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Four climbers, including one American, die on Mount Everest

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Four climbers from four different countries died near the top of Mount Everest this weekend in what was a tragic few days on the world’s highest peak.

Roland Yearwood, a 50-year-old American climber, died as a result of altitude sickness, according to Murari Sharma, managing director of Everest Parivar Treks.

Yearwood was a doctor at the Georgiana Medical Center in Alabama, and according to his bio on the center’s website, he is married to another local physician and has two daughters enrolled in college.

The bio also mentions Yearwood’s desire to climb Everest.

“During his spare time he likes to sail, dive and fly and is in the process of climbing the tallest summit on the 7 continents and is scheduled to climb Everest next spring,” it reads.

The body of an Indian has been found, and climbers from Slovakia and Australia also died while attempting to summit Everest over the weekend.

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Magic104.9’s Top Tracks







  1. “Shape Of Your” by Ed Sheeran
  2. “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur
  3. “Something Just Like This” by The Chain Smokers and Coldplay
  4. “That’s What I Like” by Bruno Mars
  5. “Cold” by Maroon 5 feat. Future

Meet Lola, Your Magic104.9 Pet of The Week!

Find Lola at the Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley, 3551 Bataan Memorial West. Open Monday through Friday Noon – 6pm and Weekends Noon to 5pm.  This sweet brindle beauty is Lola. A fun, rambunctious, loving, energetic girl, who is looking for a family that is willing to play with her, take her on hikes and adventures.  Lola has been with ASCMV since August, 2015. Are you the lucky family willing to give this beauty a chance? read more…

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks







  1. “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran
  2. “That’s What I Like” by Bruno Mars
  3. “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur
  4. “Mercy” by Shawn Mendes
  5. “Something Just Like This” by The Chain Smokers & Coldplay

Bunny Bound to Break World Record Dies on United Airlines Flight

Bunny Bound to Break World Record Dies on United Airlines Flight

First we have the doctor that got dragged off the plane and now this? Not the bunny! Three-foot Simon, destined to be the world’s biggest bunny, died in the cargo section of a Boeing 767 after flying out of Heathrow to a new celebrity owner in the US.

It was said that the rabbit had a vet check up 3 hours before the flight and he was in top shape according to the veterinarian. Simon was flying to meet his new celebrity owner at O’Hare International Airport and is said to be very upset about the situation. No comment from United Airlines representatives on the bunny incident nor no word on who the rabbit celeb buyer is. .

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks







  1. “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran
  2. “Mercy” by Shawn Mendes
  3. “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” by Zayn feat. Taylor Swift
  4. “Scars To Your Beautiful” by Alessia Cara
  5. “Million Reasons” by Lady Gaga

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks







  1. “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran
  2. “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” by Zayn feat. Taylor Swift
  3. “Water Under The Bridge” by Adele
  4. “Scars To Your Beautiful” by Alessia Cara
  5. “Mercy” by Shawn Mendes

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