Photos of some of Internio's favorite ArtPrize pieces.
Ken Evans at Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City
While purchasing a cheeseburger, I became the luckiest girl in GR. A tour manager for Maroon 5 approached me and upgraded me to the front row. Yes, I felt Adam Levine's sweat, and I'm going to keep the confetti in my hair for as long as possible. -Hughet
Katy Perry And Rihanna Reunite
Remember when Katy Perry 'dumped' Rihanna as a best friend because RiRi got back together with Chris Brown? Remember? Katy, like many of us, thought Rihanna was making a dumb move, so Katy chose not to be a part of her friend's stupidity.
Well... turns out, Rihanna and Chris Brown didn't work out, so Katy is back! Us Weekly reports that she and her BFF had an intimate dinner in New York on Monday. John Mayer, Katy's on-again-off-again lover, was there too.
All is good! Katy and Rihanna seem happy to be best buds again. Rihanna even posted a pic of the two on Instagram with hashtags #KatyAnna and #RIHunited. I see what ya did there. ;)
Oprah "Sorry" For Pulling Race Card On Switzerland
As E! News reports, Oprah Winfrey received an apology from the country of Switzerland following an alleged racist encounter at a shop in Zurich. Oprah told Entertainment Tonight that a store clerk refused to show her a handbag, claiming it was "too expensive." Despite a potential language barrier, Oprah considered the store clerk's decision and treatment to be racist.
Obviously, when Oprah pulls the race card, things blow up... hence the apology from the COUNTRY! Due to the intense negative backlash, Oprah felt the need to say she's sorry too. Sorry, Switzerland!
"I think that incident in Switzerland was just an incident in Switzerland," Oprah told the BBC. "I'm really sorry that it got blown up. I purposefully did not mention the name of the store. I'm sorry that I said it was Switzerland."
Christian Bale Offered $50 Million To Reprise Batman Role
Photo Credit: Fred Duval / 2012 Fred Duval
Christian Bale is the favored Batman. Warner Brothers wants him back for "Batman vs. Superman." International Business Times confirms that Warner Bros. approached Bale with $50 million in an attempt to secure the actor for the upcoming film.
So, will he do it? Well, it's not likely. Bale recently told Entertainment Weekly that he had no interest in reprising the role and that it's time to pass it on to someone new. Ryan Gosling, perhaps? Or maybe Zac Efron... he can do anything in my book.