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LUKE BRYAN FALLS OFF STAGE
Country singer Luke Bryan may be a little sore today.
For the second time this year, Bryan fell off a North Carolina stage while performing and fans caught the tumble on video.
Bryan was singing the pop song “Can’t Hold Us” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and the stage at PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte couldn’t hold him.
He literally stepped right off the stage and fell into pit between the stage and barrier separating the fans.
When he got back on stage, “What it is about North Carolina that makes me bust my ***?”
Earlier this year, he fell off the stage during a performance in Greensboro.
After the show, he tweeted — I’m good…few stitches.
Could you guess how much time you spend each day looking at a screen.
Between phones, tablets, computers, and TVs, new research shows, we spend several hours every day looking at screens.
Surprisingly, the United States is the sixth country on the list.
Americans spend 7.4 hours a day looking at screens. The largest chunk of that time is spent looking at smartphones, followed by TVs.
Indonesia tops the list at nine hours — the Philippines is close behind at 8.85 hours.
GRANDMA SUPER FAN
The NBA playoffs are heating up and one Miami heat fan can barely contain herself.
If the Heat win the Eastern Conference Friday night, nothing would please this grandma more.
She’s a Miami Heat super fan — and video of her watching her team has gone viral.
:21-oh you’re stupid that was a stupid thing to do. You’re getting to big for your britches right.
The woman, identified as 89-year-old Mary from Broward County, Florida, was secretly recorded by her grandson while watching the Heat take on the Indiana Pacers.
Then, he edited her hilarious commentary on the game together.
At times, she calls the Pacers crybabies, criticizes the refs, and overall shows her passion for her team!