Tonight is Game 7 between the Golden State Warriors and the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Warriors set a new NBA record for most wins during the regular season, so many assumed they would sail to another NBA title. Then the Thunder went up 3 games to 1 in their best-of-seven series. The Warriors battled back to win the last 2, and the winner for tonight's game will go on to the NBA Finals.
With all that build up it's no surprise tickets are in high demand. In fact someone bought a pair of floor seats for $29,000...Each! Paying $50 to park or $11 for a beer won't seem so crazy when you paid $58,000 just for your tickets.
An artist who performs as White Hinterland is suing Justin Bieber (and his producers) for allegedly borrowing a vocal riff. She claims part of her 2014 song "Ring The Bell" was used in Justin's hit "Sorry."
Listen for yourself - It's right at the beginning of both songs.
It doesn't sound like Justin's producers sampled White Hinterland, but they definitely might have taken the melody.
If Justin ends up apologizing I hope he does it with the song. The lyrics "Is it too late to say sorry" are perfect.
Adele forgot the words to her own song during her 25 world tour this week. She went from being perfectly composed to realizing her mistake and shouting profanities, lots and lots of profanities. Then she explained, "Wrong Words! I started singing the verse instead of the chorus!"
By the way this is the 3rd time she's forgotten the words to one of her songs on this tour, which just makes her more human. Now where did I leave my car keys?
Back in March five members of the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, claiming they are paid 25% less than their male counterparts. On Thursday the U.S. Senate took action, passing a resolution.
The resolution passed without objection, but is mostly symbolic as it only applies public pressure on the U.S. Soccer Federation.
Actor Norman Reedus from The Walking Dead is a little excited about Season 7. He says the episodes are so good it will "make the world explode." Is this like when Kim Kardashian was going to "break the Internet?"
Nothing ruins something good faster than hype. It raises your expectations super high and then you can only be disappointed when you finally experience whatever it is. The one good thing is he's making these comments months before the premiere this fall, so we'll all have time to forget his overhyped claim.