Archive for February 20th, 2018

Wardrobe Malfunction Leads To Silver, O.A.R Popularity, Fergie, Austin Dillon’s Daytona Tattoo


One of the most talked about moments at the Olympics was the French ice dancer, Gabriella Papadakis, who had an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction while on the ice with partner Guillaume Cizeron. During the routine, Papadakis’ outfit came undone and exposed her breast. She had to hold on to her dress during the rest of the dance. On their second skate, they were extra determined and skated flawlessly propelling them to a Silver medal behind the Canadian duo of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.

The Band O.A.R. (short for Of A Revolution) is receiving some attention during the Olympic. O.A.R. also stands for Olympic Athletes of Russia (which the 169 Russian athletes have written on their clothing), but every time someone references O.A.R., the band’s popularity continues to surge.  The band’s singer Marc Roberge said, “It’s been surreal, absolutely surreal. It’s pretty wild to think somebody is watching the Olympics and thinking about us.”


NBA All-Star Weekend accomplished what it intended. Fans enjoyed Utah Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell winning the slam dunk contest, Phoenix Suns’ Devin Booker winning the three-point contest and Team LeBron edging out Team Stephen in the non-competitive pretending to be competitive All-Star Game.  The most memorable part of the weekend, unfortunately, was Fergie singing the National Anthem in what many consider one of the all-time worst National Anthems ever. You can listen here, but consider yourself warned.


Austin Dillon won the Daytona 500 and celebrated by getting a tattoo on his rear end with the Daytona 500 logo and “Champ” written underneath it. In his press conference, Dillon excitedly talked about his tattoo but told the press, “You’ll never be able to see it,”



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