James Hetfield of Metallica was honored by Little Kids Rock -- which provides music instruction and instruments to public schools -- at the Rockin' the Bay Benefit Saturday at Facebook's Menlo Park, California headquarters. Hetfield, who was given the Livin' the Dream Award, ended up jamming on "Enter Sandman" with kids who have learned their instruments through the Little Kids Rock program. Check this out!
Colts Punter Pat McAfee surprised a family with a new car at the halftime of the Colts Rams game but had an even bigger surprise.
For a great cause!
Paul McCartney and Queen guitarist Brian May are among the British celebrities who have designed special teddy bears that will be up for bid in an online auction to benefit the BBC Children in Need charity. The organization provides support to disadvantaged children and young people across the
McCartney’s design was inspired by the outfit he wore on the cover of ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.’ As for May, his bear is dressed as a Renaissance-era astronomer, complete with a vintage telescope, reflecting his love for astronomy.
Other stars who’ve designed Pudsey bears for the auction include Coldplay and actresses Judy Dench, and Helen Mirren.
Bidding runs through November 16 at eBay.co.uk. Visit BBC.co.uk for more information.
Van Halen has had a serious run of songs used in movies. The latest is “Dance the Night Away," which is featured in the new trailer for Anchorman Two: The Legend Continues, in theaters on Christmas.
This is the fourth time that the song from Van Halen Two has been featured in a movie in the past three years. Last year it was heard in Ben Affleck's Argo and Adam Sandler's That’s My Boy -- which contained two other VH songs -- and in 2010 it was in Grown Ups, which also starred Sandler.
Also Rupert Holmes Pina Coladas featured too!
Can't wait for this movie!