Monday, October 14, 2013

Lauren Conrad, She did it! She engaged William Tell!

Lauren Conrad, She did it! She engaged William Tell

Lauren Conrad engaged

Lauren Conrad has announced she is engaged to William Tell.
The 27-year-old former reality TV star is "beyond thrilled" after the 33-year-old rocker turned law student proposed to her over the weekend.

The blonde beauty also shared a picture of her classic diamond engagement ring, and later added: "William and I are overwhelmed by all of your warm wishes. Thank you so much for sharing in this special moment."

“I am very excited to share with you guys that William and I got engaged over the weekend. I am beyond thrilled!,” Conrad wrote on her blog along with a pic of her classic solitaire diamond ring.

Conrad and Wahler on-again-off-again relationship began when both were starring on Laguna Beach in 2005. The two split up in August 2005, then reconciled and split again in August 2006.

In 2007, Wahler's bad boys ways caught up with him. The reality star checked into the Chapman House for treatment for his drinking, which had resulted in several arrests due to disorderly conduct and assault.

Three years later, Wahler signed up for VH1's Celebrity Rehab for a 21-day detox treatment.
Lauren Conrad ring
However, Wahler isn't the only one of Conrad's former co-stars/exes to head off to the altar.

Recently, Hills star Doug Reinhardt got engaged to Allie Lutz while the two were vacationing in St. Barts in January.

The 27-year-old reality TV star and fashion designer posted a photo of her engagement ring on her blog and wrote that she was "beyond thrilled."

Conrad's dating life was famously chronicled on the MTV reality series "Laguna Beach" and then its spin-off "The Hills."

After leaving "The Hills" in 2009, Conrad launched a series of young adult novels based on her life in Los Angeles.

Hot Bull DeMarco Murray Injured a few hours ago

Hot Bull DeMarco Murray Injured a few hours ago

DeMarco Murray (born February 12, 1988) is an American football running back for the Dallas Cowboys. He played college football for the Oklahoma Sooners.

DeMarco Murray amassed 50 yards from scrimmage before his injury in the second quarter, and he also had a rushing touchdown. Murray is pretty important to the Cowboys offense, because he is a solid feature back who gives the offense some much-needed balance. There’s also a clear downgrade between Murray and the backups, so we can only hope that Murray’s injury isn’t too bad.

The third-year running back has a history with injuries, appearing in 13 games as a rookie and just 10 last year after spraining his foot in October. Murray has been one of the NFC's top running backs thus far in 2013; he entered the game with 399 rushing yards and two scores, including a monster performance in Week 3 against the Rams that put him in the running for Player of the Week honors.

After all, it isn’t uncommon, depending on the severity, for a player to miss four to six weeks after incurring the type of injury Murray suffered Sunday.

With Murray out, the Cowboys resorted to using rookie Joseph Randle, who never carried the ball before Sunday. Randle scored a touchdown that sealed the victory, but he gained only 17 yards on 11 attempts.

“There is a falloff there,” Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones acknowledged. “Any time another player comes out and doesn’t come back in, you’re concerned. We’re obviously playing well with him [Murray].”

But the Cowboys have been down this road before. This predicament was one they’ve faced far too frequently in recent seasons as their running game was missing its leading man. Murray was out after carrying the ball seven times for 29 yards and a touchdown. His absence cast a dark shadow over a Cowboys victory that had plenty of bright moments — from defensive end Kyle Wilber causing a momentum-swinging fumble to Dwayne Harris returning punt 86 yards for a touchdown.

“Any time a player comes out of the game and can’t go back in, you’re concerned,” executive vice president Stephen Jones said. “We’re playing well with him. There’s a fall-off there, but I also thought it was nice for Randle to get in there and get his feet wet. I think it’s only going to get better for him.”

Rookie Joseph Randle had 11 carries for 17 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown run, and caught two passes for 15 yards in relief of Murray.

The Cowboys might also get second-year running back Lance Dunbar back soon from a foot injury.

“We’ll get Dunbar back, and Murray back, and get back to full speed there at running back,” Jones said. “But obviously, I think Tanner and Randle, if he can’t go, will do a good job for us.”

Bow Wow Catfish? Does Bow Wow love Catfish?

Bow Wow Catfish? Does Bow Wow love Catfish?

Bow Wow Catfish

Catfish: The TV Show has built its reputation on twisted tales of love, friendship, and the Internet, some crazier than others. Hosts Nev Schulman and Max Joseph travel the country to connect two people who have a relationship — but have never met in person. This week’s episode features Keyonnah, a young woman, who believes she has been in contact with 106 & Park host and rapper Bow Wow. (Yup, that Bow Wow.) They met when the 19-year-old single mom messaged a Bow Wow fan page on Facebook. Now, they text and talk on the phone, even discussing starting a life together with their children. “Bow Wow” has even sent her over $10,000 throughout the months of their correspondence.  A love story this bizarre must be true…right?

Let’s go with Keyonnah being that delusional, at least for the sake of evaluating what the show was trying to do (as we’ve done all season despite skepticism of its honesty). Essentially, she has no proof besides $10,000 that Bow Wow (technically his assistant, “Larry Brown”) wired her. All throughout the episode, Nev particularly is sold on this money as proof. To that I say: Y’all know non-famous folks got money, too, right? It’s not $100K or something even crazier, that only a one-percenter would have. The rest of Keyonnah’s “proof” is as follows: She messaged this Facebook fan page thinking it was Bow Wow officially. She got a response back immediately wanting her number, and soon they bonded over their young daughters. They do not Skype because of bad connections on Bow Wow’s end, but it doesn’t matter 'cause this is Bow Wow, man. “People [at school] used to get so mad at me 'cause he was all I talked about,” she explains. “Bow Wow this, Bow Wow that.”

The red flags continue: The page Keyonnah met him through has been deleted, and his phone number is registered to a woman named Renee, who lives about an hour and a half away from Keyonnah in central North Carolina. They also read an interview with Bow Wow in which he praises Skype for keeping him connected with his young daughter. Nev and Max make the most posed phone call all season, to a media relations exec at MTV who just so happens to know the name of Bow Wow’s assistant off the top of her head. It’s Ant, in case you were wondering, not Larry Brown. Then “Bow Wow” picks a fight with Nev on text and says he has no time to meet Keyonnah, only to change his mind the next morning. So! They drive ten hours to Atlanta and roll up only to find out that Bow Wow is a butch chick named Dee. Keyonnah is on the brink of cussing her out, but Dee is super relaxed. She doesn’t understand why Keyonnah would be disappointed — she’s fly, she nearly passes for a dude, and she gave her $10K.

We’ll, at this point Keyonnah is straight done. No Bow Wow, but a lesbian with a lambskin dildo that she was gonna use to turn Keyonnah out. Lord have mercy! :)   Now, knowing that this poor young woman suffered that kind of indignity, you would think that Bow Wow’s response would have a bit more compassion to it.
Nope, in the video response that BET issued, a self-centered Bow Wow comes off showing no concern for the young lady who was duped all because she was so infatuated with him.
“The new thing is this “catfish” situation. Let’s talk about how somebody is actually impersonating me. Now, first of all that’s a hard thing to do. Just look at me, you can’t impersonate this. These eyes, these ain’t contacts. You can’t buy these and put these in your eyes to think that you’re Bow Wow. These tattoos on my body, these is permanent. You can’t draw these on. It’s only one. It can only be one, not two but one. And that’s me. So how do I feel about being “Catfished?” Well, I feel honored. It’s dope and it’s flattering when someone wants to be you. And not only do they want to be you. In their mind, they are you. That’s crazy. But I like it. It’s free promo for myself, for BET, for ’106 & Park’.”
Afterwards Boweezy invited both Keyonnah and Dee Pimpin to meet him on his show “106 & Park.”
“But we gon’ do it on my time though, on our network though and on our show. I mean ya’ll did take all our pictures from our show and used them. You want to holla at Bow Weezy, come to 106. “Catfish,” it is what it is.”