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No, Lady Gaga is not returning to “American Horror Story” for upcoming season

Andrea Gelardin & Ruth HogbenDespite rumors, Lady Gaga will not be returning to American Horror Story for the show’s seventh season.

Entertainment Weekly debunked the rumor saying it had confirmed that Gaga will not be part of the show, which is filming now.

Gaga made her AHS debut during the anthology show’s fifth season, subtitled Hotel, playing a century-old vampire who runs the haunted Hotel Cortez.  The role won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress — Miniseries or Television Film in 2016.

Not much is known about the plot of the upcoming seventh season of Ryan Murphy‘s series, other than that it is said to be election themed and will including returning star Sarah Paulson.  The new season is expected to premiere on FX this fall.

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Luis Fonsi attempts to explain “Despacito’s” success: “Everything just kind of aligned”

UMLE/RBMG/Def Jam/Republic RecordsIt’s lucky number seven for “Despacito,” the smash song by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber.  The song has just racked up its seventh week at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100.  But what is it about “Despacito” that’s made it the first Spanish #1 hit since “The Macarena” 20 years ago?  Luis says, “That’s probably the question I get asked the most, and I don’t have a perfect answer.”

Luis does have a few theories, though. One is that he “didn’t write it or record it thinking that it was gonna be a crossover record,” he tells ABC Radio. “I just wanted to write a great song for people to dance to, with one of those melodies that just sticks in your head and it won’t leave.”

“I think it has a little bit of that, to the point that it’s so strong that even people who don’t understand the language just kinda automatically get connected to it.”

Then, Luis recruited guest artists to add something special to the mix.

“Daddy Yankee did an amazing job and obviously, five months in, four months in, we dropped the remix with Justin Bieber…who just took the song one step further,” he tells ABC Radio. “So I think everything just kind of aligned and happened in a very sort of organic way.”

“People are loving it,” Luis says. “So I’m just honored that, after 20 years of not having a Spanish #1 song, it just happened to be my song.” 

Luis will kick off a U.S. tour in September, starting in Las Vegas and wrapping in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

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Kelly Clarkson already planning to “annihilate” Blake on “The Voice”

Courtesy of EdelmanThis weekend at Chicago’s Solider Field, Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton will perform at the opening ceremony of the Department of Defense Warrior Games. While they’re longtime friends, the two will become colleagues next year on The Voice — and that’s when Kelly says the gloves will come off.

Speaking to the Chicago Tribune about the Soldier Field show, Kelly says, “I’m a big fan of [Blake’s], always have been for, I don’t know, for, like a decade now, we’ve been friends. So yeah, it should be fun.”

“But yeah, I guess it will be a precursor for The Voice,” she adds. “A precursor to when I annihilate him.”

Kelly will join The Voice as a coach for season 14, which airs in the spring of 2018.  Season 13 debuts September 25, with coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson.  Between now and then, Kelly will release a new album.

While Kelly will be in Chicago for the performance, she tells the paper she won’t be hanging out in the Windy City for too long — she has to get back to Nashville to join her husband, Brandon Blackstock, for a huge Fourth of July bash.

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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

An emotional DeMario Jackson speaks out about “Bachelor in Paradise” controversy

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(LOS ANGELES) –Embattled reality TV star DeMario Jackson opened up in an emotional, three-part interview with E! News about an alleged incident on set of Bachelor in Paradise that led to an investigation and the show’s suspension of production.

According to reports, Jackson had a sexual encounter with former Bachelor star Corinne Olympios, and there were questions as to whether she was too intoxicated to consent.

Jackson confirmed the encounter to E!, insisting Olympios did not seem drunk at the time.

“Things got wild because it was more her being the aggressor, which was sexy,” he said. “When you have a very attractive girl telling you what she wants, it’s like…Wow, OK! This is hot.”

Jackson said the next morning, the two hugged and had breakfast together, and though he offered a shot to her, she told him producers had cut her off from drinking for the day. Shortly thereafter, he said, a producer told him he needed to leave.

“He goes, ‘…[I]t’s going to be bad if you don’t leave tonight,'” he said.

On June 11, a rep for Warner Bros confirmed to ABC News that production on the show had been suspended amid allegations of misconduct. Three days later, Olympios called herself a “victim,” in a statement to ABC News, and said she’d obtained an attorney. 

Jackson also retained a lawyer, Walter Mosley, who told People magazine that the tapes proved the hook-up was consensual. 

In part one of E!’s three-part series on Monday, Jackson got emotional when asked about the allegations. “It was stressful…having your mom cry every day for something that you know you didn’t do [is hard],” he said.

Last week, Warner Bros. TV confirmed that the investigation had concluded without any proof of wrongdoing and that production would resume.

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An emotional DeMario Jackson speaks out about “Bachelor in Paradise” controversy

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(LOS ANGELES) –Embattled reality TV star DeMario Jackson opened up in an emotional, three-part interview with E! News about an alleged incident on set of Bachelor in Paradise that led to an investigation and the show’s suspension of production.

According to reports, Jackson had a sexual encounter with former Bachelor star Corinne Olympios, and there were questions as to whether she was too intoxicated to consent.

Jackson confirmed the encounter to E!, insisting Olympios did not seem drunk at the time.

“Things got wild because it was more her being the aggressor, which was sexy,” he said. “When you have a very attractive girl telling you what she wants, it’s like…Wow, OK! This is hot.”

Jackson said the next morning, the two hugged and had breakfast together, and though he offered a shot to her, she told him producers had cut her off from drinking for the day. Shortly thereafter, he said, a producer told him he needed to leave.

“He goes, ‘…[I]t’s going to be bad if you don’t leave tonight,'” he said.

On June 11, a rep for Warner Bros confirmed to ABC News that production on the show had been suspended amid allegations of misconduct. Three days later, Olympios called herself a “victim,” in a statement to ABC News, and said she’d obtained an attorney. 

Jackson also retained a lawyer, Walter Mosley, who told People magazine that the tapes proved the hook-up was consensual. 

In part one of E!’s three-part series on Monday, Jackson got emotional when asked about the allegations. “It was stressful…having your mom cry every day for something that you know you didn’t do [is hard],” he said.

Last week, Warner Bros. TV confirmed that the investigation had concluded without any proof of wrongdoing and that production would resume.

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“SNL” star Leslie Jones claims the Ritz-Carlton “don’t like black people”

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(NEW YORK) — Leslie Jones has given the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Los Angeles the thumbs-down, claiming that its staff “don’t like black people.”

“Wow was such a great night at the BET awards. But then had THE WORST STAY @RitzCarlton DO NOT STAY THERE!! THEY DONT LIKE BLACK PEOPLE!!” Jones tweeted on Monday, but gave no further details.

The 49-year-old Saturday Night Live star had hosted the BET Awards on Sunday.

Shortly after Jones’ tweet, the hotel replied with an apology, writing, “@Lesdoggg We’re sorry to hear this. We pride ourselves on providing excellent service to all. Please DM us & we’ll look into this right away.”

Many of the comedian’s Twitter followers threw their support behind her, vowing to boycott the hotel chain.

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SPORTS NEWS

Serena Williams poses nude on cover of “Vanity Fair,” talks tennis after the baby

Scott Clarke / ESPN Images(NEW YORK) — Serena Williams, who poses nude on the cover of Vanity Fair’s August issue, said she plans to return to the tennis court after giving birth to her first child.

“I don’t think my story is over yet,” the 35-year-old tennis star and winner of 23 grand slams told the magazine.

Williams is engaged to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian.

In the magazine, Williams recalled learning she was pregnant a week before the Australian Open last January. After taking a home pregnancy test, she said she “did a double take and my heart dropped. Like literally it dropped.” She took five more tests to be sure, then called Ohanian, who hopped on a flight to Australia.

Williams still can’t believe she’s really going to be a mom.

“I don’t know what to do with a baby. I have nothing…I’ve done absolutely nothing for the baby room,” she told Vanity Fair.

She’s also trying to enjoy “the little freedom” she has left before marrying Ohanian.

The seemingly mismatched pair — she didn’t know what Reddit was and he had never seen a tennis match — met by chance in May 2015 at the Cavalieri Hotel in Rome, where they were seated next to each other. After dating nearly two years, in December 2016 they returned to the Cavalieri where Ohanian proposed on one knee.

“I knew it was coming,” Williams recalled. “I was like, ‘Serena, you’re 35, you’re ready. This is what you want.'”

Ohanian said he knew he wanted to spend the rest of his life with Williams because she made him want to be a better person.

“I find myself just wanting to be better by simply being around her because of the standard she holds,” he told Vanity Fair.

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Serena Williams slams John McEnroe’s controversial ranking comments

Scott Clarke / ESPN Images(NEW YORK) — One day after tennis icon and analyst John McEnroe said that if Serena Williams played on the men’s tour, she’d be ranking 700, the female star fired right back.

“Dear John, I adore and respect you, but please, please keep me out of your statements that are not factually based,” she tweeted.

Williams, 35, continued, “I’ve never played anyone ranked ‘there’ nor do I have time. Respect me and my privacy as I’m trying to have a baby. Good day sir.”

For his part, McEnroe told CBS This Morning on Tuesday that he now puts Williams at number five in the all-time rankings.

Although McEnroe said earlier that he wouldn’t apologize, the 58-year-old did wish Williams well.

“Serena, have a great time with the baby,” he said.

McEnroe added, “I respect Serena very much so … she’s the greatest female player that ever lived.”

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James Blake reveals why he dropped legal action in NYC wrongful detention case

ABC News(NEW YORK) — Former tennis professional James Blake said he was never looking for any financial resolution to a 2015 incident in which he was thrown to the ground, handcuffed and detained by New York Police Department officers in 2015 in a case of mistaken identity.

He also said it would be nice to see a fellowship that he created with the city of New York to investigate police misconduct implemented in cities around the country.

“Over 50 percent [of police misconduct investigations] last year were not seen to completion, so we want to make sure that people are seeing this to completion and getting the settlements, getting the disciplinary action required for these kind of incidents,” Blake, 37, said Tuesday on ABC News’ Good Morning America.

“I truly believe that … almost all of [[police officers] are doing the job the right way,” he said. “They’re doing it with honor, with dignity, keeping our communities safe. But the ones that aren’t need to be held accountable because they’re making it tougher for the ones that are doing the job right.”

Blake, who was ranked as high as no. 4 in the world before retiring in 2013, was waiting outside a New York City hotel to be driven to the U.S. Open for a promotional appearance in September 2015 when the incident occurred.

The city of New York announced this month it will establish the “James Blake CCRB Fellowship” to investigate police misconduct. The arrangement appoints a fellow to the NYC Civilian Complaint Review Board who will perform outreach in neighborhoods with a high volume of police complaints to help the agency close more of its investigations.

In exchange for the creation of the fellowship, Blake agreed to withdraw the notice of claim that he filed against the city. The city law department will also pay about $175,000 in legal costs Blake has accumulated in the past two years and his travel expenses associated with developing the fellowship.

“The city of New York was excellent,” Blake said. “It’s two years and it seems like that’s a long time but I think that’s pretty quick with the bureaucracy you go through to deal with a city as big as New York.”

Blake has written about the experience in his new book, Ways of Grace. The book, inspired by Arthur Ashe’s bestselling memoir, Days of Grace, tells the stories athletes and public figures who have overcome adversity and used their experiences to inspire and unite others.

Blake described the “pressure” he felt in writing a book inspired by his hero, Ashe, who made history as an African-American tennis star and activist in the 1960s and ‘70s.

“Arthur Ashe is such a role model for me,” Blake said of Ashe, the only black man to win singles titles at Wimbledon, the U.S. Open and the Australian Open. “Days of Grace is one of my favorite books of all time.”

He added of his own book, “When I named it Ways of Grace, [I] said, ‘OK, this is going to have to be good because I need to make sure that it lives up to his standards.’”

One of Blake’s favorite interviews in the book is one he conducted with another tennis star, Billie Jean King.

“I forgot to think about how much of a difference Billie Jean King and her ‘Battle of the Sexes’ made for putting more eyes on the sport in general. It obviously opened up more doors for women, helped with Title IX, helped with equal pay for women,” he said of King’s famous 1973 match at the Houston Astrodome against Bobby Riggs. “It rose our whole sport.”

James, a father of two, said he hopes his book shines a spotlight on the good that comes from sports.

“I wanted to showcase that there’s a lot of positive stories in sports and a lot of athletes that do the right thing with their voices, with their platform,” Blake said, pointing to NBA icon LeBron James as an example. “There’s so many positive stories that [kids] can look at and see that sports can bridge gaps, religious gaps, gender gaps, any sort of equality gaps.”

He added, “It’s a tremendous thing for kids and I want my kids to be involved in sports as well just to get that and give them confidence.”

Ways of Grace: Stories of Activism, Adversity, and How Sports Can Bring Us Together is on sale now.

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NATIONAL NEWS

Reports of active shooter investigated at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama

iStock/Thinkstock(HUNTSVILLE, Ala.) — Authorities are investigating reports of an active shooter at the Redstone Arsenal, an Army base in Huntsville, Alabama.

Col. Rich Spiegel, director of Public and Congressional Affairs for Army Materiel Command, said the arsenal was placed on lockdown and those inside were sheltering in place after what he described as “reports of a potential active shooter.”

“The Director of Emergency Services has responded with local and federal authorities,” Spiegel added.

Additional details were not immediately available.

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Passengers evacuated from disabled NYC subway train

WABC-TV(NEW YORK) — Three New York City commuters are being examined for minor smoke inhalation after passengers were evacuated from a disabled subway train in New York City Tuesday morning.

It appears that the wheel of one subway car came off the track about 200 feet short of the 125th Street station at St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem. Passengers were evacuated and employees of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) arrived on the scene to examine the car.

Fire officials said the three injuries were not life-threatening.

The New York City Emergency Management Department described the incident as a partial derailment, which caused a power outage to A, B, C and D trains between 125th and 145th Streets.

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Family hails ‘miracle’ after NC teen returned home safely

iStock/Thinkstock(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) — The parents of a Charlotte, North Carolina teenager who disappeared more than a year ago and was found safe and returned home over the weekend are thanking authorities and calling her return a “miracle.”

Hailey Burns, now 17 years old, was located in a home in Duluth, Georgia on Saturday after a Facebook tip led authorities to her. The teen, who has been diagnosed with a form of autism, went missing from her home in Charlotte, North Carolina, in May of last year, according to her parents.

Her father, Anthony Burns, called the reunion “a miracle” and told ABC affiliate WSCO-TV that he hoped his family’s story would give hope to others who are dealing with a missing loved one.

“Families need to know don’t give up no matter how much time passes,” Anthony Burns said Monday. “There is hope that you just have to keep believing that the one lead will come.”

Burns’ mother said that the teen was doing well but that her ordeal had taken a toll.

“There are changes in my daughter. She is not the same person that left and that is the hardest part of this,” Shaunna Burns said Monday, adding that her daughter seems exhausted and has lost between 15 and 20 pounds.

Police rescued Hailey Burns after she contacted a woman online and told her that she was being held against her will, according to police. The teen sent the woman pictures of the home where she was being held and police said they used that to help track her.

“I got a message that said, ‘I’ve been in communication with your daughter and she’s alive and she wants to come home,’ and from there it has been like an avalanche,” Shaunna Burns told WSOC on Monday.

Authorities arrested 31-year-old Michael Ren Wysolovski, who her parents believe abducted and controlled the girl after he met her online.

Wysolovski made his first court appearance in Georgia on Monday where a judge denied him bond. It was not clear if he had obtained an attorney.

He has been charged with aggravated sodomy, cruelty to children, deprivation in the 1st degree, interference with custody and false imprisonment after police said he met the girl online and held her captive in his home.

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WORLD NEWS

Massive cyberattack strikes Europe

iStock/Thinkstock(MOSCOW) — A massive ransomware attack struck computers across Europe Tuesday, affecting major companies in Russia and Ukraine as well as the world’s largest shipping firm, Maersk, according to the affected companies and government sources.

Ukraine appears to have been particularly badly hit, with the country’s government reporting that some of its systems, as well as those of key institutions including banks and telecom providers, had been affected.

The attack comes in the wake of the WannaCry virus in May, which seized control of hundreds of thousands of computers and spread disruption around the world.

As was the case with WannaCry, computers affected by this virus were locked with a statement telling people that they had to pay a ransom to unlock them.

Photos of the screens of computers and ATMs affected by the virus sent to ABC News and other media outlets showed the following message: “If you see this text, then your files are no longer accessible because they have been encrypted. Perhaps you are busy looking for a way to recover your files, but don’t waste your time. Nobody can recover your files without our decryption service.”

Russia’s state-owned energy giant, Rosneft, said it had also suffered a major attack, but in a statement on Twitter said it had succeeded in halting it.

Workers at another major Russian oil company, Bashneft, told the Russian newspaper Vedomosti the firm had also been affected.

An analyst at IB-Group told the Russian news site RNS that at least 80 companies had been affected in Russia and Ukraine.

In Ukraine, the virus struck the country’s government administration. The country’s vice prime minister, Pavlo Rozenko, wrote on Facebook that the cabinet’s office computers were all locked out.

Ukraine’s central bank said a number of banks in the country had been hit, as well as a state energy company. Some ATMs in the country were blocked and also displayed the lock-out screen. Ordinary Ukrainians reported being unable to use some banking services.

Local Ukrainian media reported that the country’s Borispol airport was also attacked, as well as Ukraine’s national rail company.

An advisor to Ukraine’s interior ministry, Anton Gerashchenko, called the cyber-attack the worst in the country’s history in a post on his Facebook page.

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White House accuses Assad of planning ‘another chemical weapons attack’

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — Syria has denied the Trump administration’s charge that it may be planning “another chemical weapons attack,” which the White House said “will likely result in the mass murder of civilians.”

In a statement released late Monday evening, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said the United States had found “potential” evidence that Assad was preparing to conduct an attack similar to the one carried out April 4 that killed dozens of civilians, including children.

“The United States has identified potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack by the Assad regime that would likely result in the mass murder of civilians, including innocent children,” the statement said. “The activities are similar to preparations the regime made before its April 4, 2017, chemical weapons attack.”

“If … Mr. Assad conducts another mass murder attack using chemical weapons, he and his military will pay a heavy price,” the statement warned.

The strong wording of the White House’s statement drew a reaction from Russia, a key ally and military partner of Assad’s government.

“We do not know what is the basis for this,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters Tuesday. “And of course, we categorically disagree with the ‘another attack’ wording.”

“We also consider any similar threats to the legitimate leadership of the Syrian Arab Republic unacceptable,” he added.

The April 4 attack, which killed at least 70 people in the rebel-held territory of Idlib province, prompted President Trump to order a cruise missile strike on a Syrian government-controlled air base. The Assad regime has denied responsibility for the attack.

The strike was the United States’ first direct assault on the Syrian government and was one of Trump’s most dramatic military orders since taking office.

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said Monday that Assad’s two main military backers, Russia and Iran, would share responsibility for any attacks against Syrian civilians.

“Any further attacks done to the people of Syria will be blamed on Assad, but also on Russia and Iran who support him killing his own people,” Haley tweeted late Monday.

Assad, meanwhile, is touring Syria. He visited a Russian air base in Latakia, according to images published by the Syrian state-run news agency SANA.

In the photos, Assad can be seen shaking hands with Russian military staffers and climbing into a Russian fighter jet.

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Despite impending partial implementation, President Trump’s travel ban faces challenges

ABCNews.com(WASHINGTON) — The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to review two lower court’s rulings on President Donald Trump’s travel ban when it reconvenes in the fall, but until then the president’s travel ban faces potential implementation challenges.

The court granted the Trump administration’s request for a stay in part, allowing a 90-day ban on foreign nationals from six predominantly Muslim countries and a 120-day halt on the U.S. refugee program to go into effect, with the exception of “foreign national[s] who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.”

It’s a compromise but the travel ban could be difficult to enforce, according to ABC News’ legal consultant and law professor Kate Shaw.

Part of Trump’s travel ban will presumably go into effect in 72 hours, or on Thursday. At that point, the 90-day and 120-day time periods will start running. However, the Supreme Court isn’t back in session to hear arguments on the travel ban until October.

During that time, it will be up to Department of Homeland Security officials and the district courts to interpret which individuals have a “bona fide” connection to the United States.

According to Shaw, the road ahead might include “a lot of litigation over the summer about who exactly has enough of a connection to satisfy the Supreme Court standard.”

The government will also proceed with a worldwide review of its vetting procedures, as laid out in the executive order. The Supreme Court agreed with the Ninth Circuit that that review “may proceed promptly, if it not already underway.”

The executive order gives the Department of Homeland Security 20 days to review and 50 days for foreign governments to bring their practices in line.

The Supreme Court said the administration should have enough time to “conclude its internal work and provide adequate notice to foreign governments” by the end of 90 days, when the ban on entry from the six countries expires.

The Trump administration could try to make the travel ban permanent after its vetting review.

“The question is whether President Trump re-issues the ban, or some similar order, to keep the dispute live going forward,” said Stephen Vladeck, a law professor at the University of Texas School of Law.

If Trump doesn’t attempt to keep the travel ban alive after the 90-day period, the case could be moot before the Supreme Court hears it on the merits in the fall.

“There’s a very good chance that, by the time the justices once again consider this issue, there’s nothing left for them to do,” Vladeck said.

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  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

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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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