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(ABOVE) "Jared" from SUBWAY doing his best to help me lose some weight in 2013
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Britta was born and raised in Muskegon,Michigan.....graduated from Reeths Puffer High School (a million years ago) .......then left for beautiful Southern California to pursue a career in singing. Was a regular National Anthem singer for the San Diego Padres and the San Diego Chargers....also starting working for a popular San Diego radio station.....and was happy and somewhat successful at it....but missed her family in West Michigan.
Moved back home 20 years ago ....promptly started in West Michigan radio....and has been at it ever since....for the same organization even!
Britta now is currently living along the Lakeshore.....and the proud mother of two gorgeous daughters....and thrilled to be on-air at 107 WMUS every weekday!
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Jake Owen is nothing if not creative and able to think on the fly — and with his fly down. The singer ripped his pants while performing onstage in Charleston, S.C. on May 17.
It was quite eventful, since he admitted via Twitter that he had gone commando and therefore had to improvise, using his white t-shirt as emergency sash to hold his pants together to avoid really putting on a show.
Owen had a terrific sense of humor about his pants predicament, and came up with a clever yet makeshift solution to a very real problem. He was said to be climbing around to say hello to a fan in the crowd, and that’s when his pants parted at the seams. Necessity is the mother of invention, so he used his shirt to create a bandage of sorts that ended up looking like one of his daughter’s diapers.
Only Jake Owen could make that look good, especially since he is so in shape lately. His female fans were undoubtedly happy to see the singer go shirtless.
One amused fan tweeted: ”Jake Owen split his pants on stage and said, ‘that’s when you know you’re rockin your balls off!’”
The singer himself hit the social media site following the show, writing: “Charleston, SC will never be forgotten. My jeans ripped on stage tonight. Going commando=bad idea. Although, great breeze here. Coastal town.”
Hot young country newcomer Hunter Hayes got the opportunity of a lifetime when he opened up for superstar Carrie Underwood on her Blown Away Tour this year. He wrapped up his dates with Underwood at a performance in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on Saturday night (May 18) — but she wasn’t going to let him get away without a proper sendoff, pulling an onstage prank that really got his goat.
In the clip above, Hayes is performing as usual when about thirty seconds into it, a goat appears on the large screen to the side of the stage. It can be heard “singing” along with the young performer briefly, then vanishes, only to re-appear and scream a few more wordless lines in unison, much to the delight of the audience.
The prank is part of a strange internet trend called “goating,” in which a screaming goat is randomly added to a musical performance. It’s seemingly been sweeping the world, with a number of viral videos featuring goat versions of top songs. Underwood planned the prank in advance and posted about it to Twitter, writing, “Hunter Hayes’ last show on the #BlownAwayTour = time for pranks!” A couple of minutes later she added a picture of the goat on the screen and wrote, “Need I say more?”
Later that night Underwood posted a link to the fan video of the prank, writing, “Tee hee! Thanks @HunterHayes for being on the road with us! You will be missed!”