I grew up just outside Detroit and have worked on the radio ever since I was 19.
I'm told it was an inevitable career choice as my mom has pictures of me as a kid turning any household item into a microphone (experience shows that big wooden soup spoons work best).
I attended college studying theatre and political science at the University of Michigan.
I enjoy green shoes, zipper hoodies, chicken wings, green olives, beer, McClure's spicy pickles and games.
When I finally grow up one day, I want to own a small French Piano Bar and be skilled in the art of tasting fine wines.
What makes it even MORE awkward is it takes her a good 10 seconds to notice her COMPLETE right boob is out of her shirt.
Start watching at about 2:30 into the video becuase the song kind of blows...
Thank goodness for smart phones or we'd never be able to see this woman being kicked off an airplane this weekend or singing "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston NONSTOP.
Best part? The flight attendants trying to get people to stop taking pictures... yea, right.
Well that was predictable...
According to Business Insider, the popular app doesn't delete your private photos after they 'disappear' on your phone.
"A digital forensics examiner named Richard Hickman has found a way to resurface the private pictures on Androids. The finding is similar to a flaw Buzzfeed uncovered in December.
Hickman, 24, took a mobile forensics course at Utah Valley University. During his research there, he discovered that Snapchat stores every photo in a folder called "RECEIVED_IMAGES_SNAPS." An extension, ".NOMEDIA" is added to each photo file which makes them hard – but not impossible – to find.
"The actual app is even saving the picture," Hickman tells KSL.com. "They claim that it's deleted, and it's not even deleted. It's actually saved on the phone."'
Oh, and btw... my snapchat user name is robkruz. Snap away.
Haters are saying she looks airbrushed, I think she looks great.
Word is Kimmy K got PAIIID $200,000 for this photo.
No one has ever offered to pay me $200,000 for a bikini pic... :(
Troubled former Nickelodeon star, Amanda Bynes, took to twitter to discuss her displeasure with a picture that appeared in an issue of InTouch Weekly.
"Intouch used a photo from years ago on their cover and I hate it! The reason I've asked all magazines and blogs to stop using old photos of me is I don't look like that anymore! I had a nose job to remove skin that was like a webbing in between my eyes. I wasn't going to tell anyone, but I look so much prettier in my new photos that I don't want old photos used anymore! I'm so sick of magazines and blogs using old photos! When will they stop? I will never look like that again! Having surgery was the most amazing thing for my confidence!"