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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.
The E Buzz for May 16, 2011
by Michele Mitchell,posted May 16 2011 9:18AM
"Thor" Wins Again It's was another winning weekend for "Thor" at the box office. The Marvel Comic character flick made $34.5-million in its second weekend out. "Bridesmaids" did well in it's first weekend out with $24.5-million, and in third it was "Fast Five" $19.5-million.
Boston Rob Wins on His Fourth Try It took four tries, but Boston Rob finally outwitted, outlasted, and outplayed his fellow competitors to become the sole Survivor in season 22. Not only did he win the $1-million, Rob also managed to win the fan voted Sprint award for $100,000. Rob's wife, Amber, previously won "Survivor" as well making them the first Suvivor winner couple.
Final Two Revealed on "Celebrity Apprentice" Donald Trump fired two more on last night's "Celebrity Apprentice". Lil John and Meatloaf were sent home leaving John Rich and Marlee Matlin to battle it out next week. Each must create an ad campaign for 7-Up's new retro concept. Matlin is going with the 70's while Rich is going with the 80's.
In other "Celebrity Apprentice" news, NBC CEO Bob Greenblatt says the show will go on if Trump decides to run for president. Greenblatt told Deadline.com that the "Celebrity Apprentice" franchise is too valuable to end and that it would continue with another boss of necessary. No names have been mentioned as a possible replacement for Trump.
Several TV Shows Get The Ax The networks are cleaning house. Last week they announced several shows will not be returning next year. Here are the cancelled shows by network.
ABC: "Brothers & Sisters", "V", "Detroit 187", and "Supernanny"
NBC: "Law & Order: Los Angeles", "The Event", "Chase", and "Outsourced"
FOX: "Lie to Me", "The Chicago Code", and "Running Wilde"
CBS: "Live to Dance"
"Idol" Contestants Head Home & Learn Some of Their Fate The final 3 "Idol" contestants got to return to their hometowns over the weekend. They also found out one of the songs they would have to sing this week on the show, as chosen by the judges. Scotty went home to Garner, North Carolina, and was surprised during his performance by Josh Turner. Scotty will have to perform "She Believes in Me" by Kenny Rogers.
Lauren Alaina went home to Cattanooga, Tennessee, and performed at her high school. She'll have to perform LeeAnn Womack's "I Hope You Dance" this week.
Haley Reinhart is from Illinois. She headed home to the Chicago suburb of Deer Park and found out she'll be performing "You Oughtta Know" by Alanis Morrisette.
"Real Housewives" Back Tonight Just as most shows are wrapping up their seasons, "Real Housewives of New Jersey" is just getting started. Season 3 starts tonight at 8pm on Bravo. In other "Housewives" news, "The New York Post" is reporting sources who say that Bravo is looking to get rid of all the women on "The Real Housewives of New York City" and replace them with much wealthier women. They reportedly want to make the show more like "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."