Trending: It’s A Girl!, #TutusRock, Sweet 16 Star Power
IT’S A GIRL?!?!?!
A baby gender reveal goes bad, when the parents of three kids used a cake to announce the sex of their next baby.
When their three kids cut into the cake, the color inside would tell them if they were getting a brother or a sister.
Gunner — who already has two sisters — clearly does not want another one.
His tantrum continues for two minutes and he refuses to eat the cake.
His sisters both say they are happy with the news.
Later — after he calmed way down — Gunner said he’s happy too.
Self Magazine is doing some major back-peddling after making fun of a picture a cancer survivor for posted to her facebook page.
The magazine asked permission to use a picture of Monika Allen and her friend running a marathon in tutus.
But they didn’t tell her it would be published next to a caption that said, “People think these froufrou skirts make you run faster. Now, if you told us they made people run from you faster, maybe we would believe it.”
The magazine reached out to Monika and acknowledged their error on Twitter:
— Kristen (@KRice7) March 27, 2014
Meanwhile – people are posting pics wearing tutus with #tutusrock on social media as a show of support.
— SparkPeople.com (@SparkPeople) March 28, 2014
Monika — who makes the tutus and donates some of the profits to charity –has been swamped with orders.
SWEET 16 STAR POWER
Some serious star power in the stands of last night’s sweet sixteen games, including a former Secretary of State and two Super Bowl champs.
Condolezza Rice and Seattle Seahawk Richard Sherman posed for this selfie together.
Nice crowd tonight in Memphis pic.twitter.com/n4kn3wzq1h
— Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) March 27, 2014
Both are Stanford alums and sat courtside for their team’s loss to Dayton.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had better luck.
He celebrated a Wisconsin win in the team’s locker room, posing for pics and slapping fives with the players.
He also had some fun with coach Bo Ryan, rubbing his head and popping him on the behind after the team’s victory over Baylor.