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Madonna reveals whiplash injuries after stage fall.
 
Appearing on British channel ITV's Jonathan Ross show, the 56-year-old explained: "I didn't hurt my butt, I hurt my head. I know how to fall, I've fallen off my horse many times. I tucked and I have good core strength.

"But the thing is, I had a little bit of a whiplash and I smacked the back of my head. So there was a man standing over me with a flashlight until about 3am making sure I was still compos mentis," she added, according to extracts released on Friday, using the phrase indicating someone is of sound mind.

"Madge" blamed the embarrassing spill at Wednesday's award ceremony in London on having to change her performance between rehearsal and showtime, which meant her extravagant cape had to be tied more tightly around her neck.

"So here I am marching in like the Queen and I got to the top of the stairs and I pulled my silky string and it did not come undone," she said.

"My two lovely Japanese dancers basically strangled me off the stage. I had a choice - I could either be strangled or fall with the cape, and I fell."

Surrounded by muscular dancers wearing bondage-style costumes and horns on their heads, she quickly picked herself up and continued singing "Living For Love", ironically peppered with lines like "I'm not giving up, I'm gonna carry on" and "Lifted me up, and watched me stumble".

"I'm never writing lyrics like that again!," she joked.
 
Source: Timeslive
Robin Williams' daughter opens up about her father for the first time.
 
Zelda Williams, 25, insists she doesn't want to know why her famous father took his own life last August and isn't looking for anyone to blame.

She said: "I don't think there's a point. It's not important to ask, because it's done.

"A lot of people who have been through it and lost someone found that...there's no point questioning it, and there's no point blaming anyone else for it, and there's no point blaming yourself, or the world...

"Because it happened, so you have to continue to move, and you have to continue to live, and manage."

Zelda is still mourning the Night at the Museum actor and knows it will take a lot of time to get back to the person she was before her father died.
 
She told Today: "I think a lot of people feel his absence. For me, especially, it is going to take a lot of work to allow myself to have the sort of fun happy life that I had."

Zelda is thankful for the kind messages she and her brothers Zack, 31, and Cody, 23, have received from fans following Robin's death but she insists the idea people had of him from his public persona was very different to how he was at home.

She said: "It's not to say people didn't know dad. They knew a dad that he was proud of them knowing, because he was an incredibly kind and incredibly caring man.

"He was also very private and very calm and very subdued. And so the side that people know and love and is attached to their childhood is the characters he had so much fun being...that's not going anywhere.

"Of course, it's lovely when people say my condolence. But for the most part it's nice to have our private life be our private life."
 
 
Source: Channel24
AB De Villiers jou Koning.
 
While AB de Villiers' knock left most pundits speechless, the Twittersphere was flooded with admiration for the Proteas star.
 
 
He led by example and made sure what happened in the previous match against India didn't happen again. What a legend and true captain.  Proud of AB De Villiers.
Bryan Adams Weekend
 
It’s Bryan Adams weekend on OFM! Tune in to hear the best from this musical icon as well as the keyword you need to SMS to go into the draw for R1000!
Bryan Guy Adams (born 5 November 1959) is a Canadian singer, musician, producer, actor, social activist, and photographer. Adams has been one of the most successful figures of the world of rock music during last three decades.

For his contributions to music, Adams has garnered many awards and nominations, including 20 Juno Awards among 56 nominations, 15 Grammy Award nominations including a win for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television in 1992. He has also won MTV, ASCAP, American Music awards, two Ivor Novello Awards for song composition and has been nominated five times for Golden Globe Awards and three times for Academy Awards for his songwriting for films.

Adams was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in March 2011 and Canada's Walk of Fame in 1998, and in April 2006 he was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at Canada's Juno Awards.

The music video made for Cloud Number Nine, features mainly the colour white. Bryan is dressed in all white, in a white room with an Asian woman who is body painted all white. Various images and things that are white are featured in the video such as milk, white paint, eggs, a dove, and a white dog. The video contains several elements seen in Adams' previous music video, "When You're Gone" - most notably the tape recorder and the apples.

Compare the music videos here:
 
 
 
 
 
Source: Wikipedia
Vin Diesel serenades us this Valentine's Day

Bobby van Jaarsveld Naweek.
 
Bobby van Jaarsveld is op 6 Maart 1987 gebore in die Paarl. Sy doopnaam is Pieter, maar hy’t die bynaam ‘Bobby’ by sy pa gekry, wie se naam Bob is.

Hy sing al sedert hy 14 jaar oud was en het aan talentkompetisies deelgeneem. Hy het sy eerste CD kontrak in Graad 11 gekry en sy eerste solo CD is uitgereik vroeg in sy matriekjaar. Daarna het hy professioneel begin optree.

Al die liedjies op sy 2009 album ‘Net vir Jou’ kom uit sy pen behalwe vir ‘Spieëltjie’ waar hy bygestaan is deur Ruan Theron en Jan Wolmarans. Hulle het hom gehelp om hierdie treffer liedjie af te rond!

Op sy werbwerf skryf he: “Elkeen van die liedjies op die album vertel ‘n storie. Die liedjies is op so ‘n manier vervaardig dat dit tot ‘n groot gehoor sal spreek. Ek het vir agtien maande lank aan die liedjies vir die nuwe album gewerk en op die ou end het ons die beste veertien snitte vir die album gekies.”

Kyk na die musiekvideo van ‘Spieëltjie’ wat as Bobby se deurbraakliedjie beskou word:
 
 
Greatest invention for 2015?
 
But here's one that deserves a special mention for offering a solution to arguably the biggest first-world problem of them all: Men leaving the toilet seat up.

According to its Kickstarter listing, the Main Drain is "an adjustable, lightweight urinal that attaches directly to the bowl of your toilet; it solves all your problems about the traditional toilet set-up, but without having the need to install a wall-mounted urinal".

The Main Drain is the brainchild of Daniel Garvin, an entrepreneur from Utah who came up with the idea when he was 16. Garvin is seeking $50000 to get his gadget into production.

Garvin's sales pitch is nothing if not enthusiastic: "Ladies, how many times have you had to put the toilet seat down after a guy uses it?

"How many times have you sat on the toilet seat and experienced an unexpected damp feeling? How many times have you had to clean the top of the bowl, behind the toilet seat, the floor, and surrounding areas due to a poor aim job? These questions are solved with the Main Drain."

The gadget, which resembles an Ikea desk lamp (adjustable for the optimum height/angle), also comes with a built-in motion-activated LED light for those middle-of-the-night bathroom visits.

At the time of writing, more than 80 backers have signed up.
 
Source: Times Live
Recreating childhood memories.
Three brothers gave a wonderfully funny gift to their mother, a photo calender of them recreating different pictures of the three of them as children.

Matt MacMillan and his two younger brothers from Pennsylvania made this unique present for their delighted mother, Vickie MacMillan.

He told ABC News: ‘We think it’s odd that two million people have seen the three of us in a bathtub as fully grown men.’
 
 
Dressing up was always fun for these brothers. 
 
 
You wouldn't want these kids knocking on your door during Halloween. 
 
 
That is one strong father.
 
Source: Metro
 
 
Is this what pageants have come to?
 
Sheislane Hayalla finished in second place in the pageant held in Manaus, Brazil, but she wasn't about to let winner Carol Toledo take the crown without a fight. People reports after the judges placed the tiara on Toledo's head, Hayalla snatched it off, threw it to the ground, before furiously storming off the stage.
First you twist it, then lick it, then dunk it.
 
 
We’ve seen some pretty awesome things done with Oreo cookies lately.

Whether it’s transforming them into hybrid food creations like the Oreo churro, cranking out a bunch of new flavors or turning them into beauty products, there are plenty of ways to get creative with these classic cookies.

But just when you thought you’ve seen every Oreo snack you could think of, someone gave America’s favorite cookie an alcoholic makeover that’s getting a lot of buzz. That’s right, drunken Oreos are now a real thing, and they’re the boozy snack every party needs.

Created by the culinary geniuses over at Foodbeast, these delectable alcoholic Oreos simply swap out the normal Oreo filling for a homemade center that lets you get your drink on while simultaneously enjoying a delicious snack.

Foodbeast also recommends ditching the glass of milk and dunking your drunken Oreos in a White Russian for the ultimate boozy snack.

If you’re wondering how you can get your hands on these almighty cookies, you’ll be glad to know that you can make them yourself since Foodbeast was nice enough to reveal how it’s done.

To make these tasty little treats, you’ll need is some Oreo pudding mix, milk, booze and a package of Oreos, of course.

All you have to do is make the pudding using milk and alcohol, then set it aside. As the pudding cools off, start popping open the Oreos and scraping the boring non-boozy frosting off of them.

After you have an arsenal of cleanly scraped Oreo cookies, add the new, boozy cream filling, and voila! You now have a stuffed snack that will make you see double in no time.

Check out the video to see how these boozy snacks are made.

Source: Elite Daily
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