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Michele's Before and After Carpet Cleaning Photos
I had to share these with you, because I was so amazed at the result! It's embarrassing to show you how awful the carpet was before, but look at the amazin job Peerless did...even getting red paint out.
E Buzz for April 5, 2012
by Michele Mitchell,posted Apr 5 2012 7:53AM
Whitney Houston Autopsy Report Released
We already know the coroner determined Whitney Houston's cause of death was accidental drowning with heart disease and chronic cocaine use as contributing factors. Now more details about her death have emerged with the release of the full autopsy report. The report says Houston's assistant found her face down in the bath tub, and cocaine was found in the hotel room.
Sometimes Maybe It's Best Not to Look Into Your Ancestry
Actors Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick have been married for 23-years now, but on Sunday's "Finding Your Roots" on PBS we'll find out how close they really are. Turns out they are actually distant cousins. The show is part of a 10-part series that uses DNA technology to trace the genealogy of famous people. It airs Sunday night.
SNL May Be Losing Some Major Players After This Season
"Us Weekly" is reporting Kristen Wiig, Jason Sudeikis, and Andy Samberg are all leaving SNL after this season ends. Sources tell the magazine Wiig was "talking about leaving a while ago"
"True Blood" Returns June 10th
If you're a Trubie (a fan of True Blood) you'll be excited to know it won't be too much longer until the show returns to HBO for a fifth season. Chris Meloni, formerly of "Law & Order: SVU" will be joining the cast this season as "an ancient, powerful vampire who holds the fate of Bill and Eric in his hands," according to show creator Alan Ball.