Today Show January 16 2013
The Today Show has some interesting topics on the show January 16 2013. Remember Kriss Kross, the hip hop duo from the 90’s who wore their pants backwards? They are reuniting next month at a concert in Atlanta. And in more rap news, 50 Cent has written a workout guide. The Today Show also met two sets of twins who got married to each other.
Today Show: Kriss Kross Reuniting & Kidnapped Girl Found In PA Park
The hip-hop duo from the 90’s Kriss Kross is going to be reuniting next month, a terrible helicopter crash in London left two dead and a young girl who was kidnapped from her school was found safe nearly 24 hours after being kidnapped.
Today Show: Ryan Seacrest & American Idol Season 12 New Contestants
The Today Show talked with Ryan Secrest about hosting the 12th season of American Idol, whether the feud between Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj is real and what kinds of emotional stories they can look forward to in the audition room this year.
Today Show: Twins Marry Twins, Have Twins & Hansel & Gretel Review
The Today Show met a few unusual couples on the show today. They talked with one set of twins who met another set of twins at a twin convention, got married at the same time and then one twin gave birth to another set of twins. Confused? Click the link below to get a better understanding of the situation.
Today Show: 2014 Corvette Stingray & Stingray Charity Auction
The Today Show’s Matt Lauer got to drive a 2014 Corvette Stingray up to the studio and he also learned the essential items to stay away from to keep himself safe from the flu virus.
Today Show: 50 Cent Formula 50: a 6-Week Workout and Nutrition Review
50 Cent has written a book that is going to help people get into the best shape of their lives. Click the link below to find out how 50 Cent was able to get in phenomenal shape and how you can too.
Today Show: Best Sleep Positions & Replace Mattress Every Ten Years?
The Today Show talked with Dr. Carol Ash about the best positions to sleep in to prevent the back from aching and to keep the respiratory system opened up.