Nick Cave's Dancing Horses Hit NYC, Ryan Lochte's Reality Show Trailer, and More!

Nick Cave's Dancing Horses Hit NYC, Ryan Lochte's Reality Show Trailer, and More!
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A few days ago, I bought a new MetroCard at the Herald Square stop and this came out of the machine and I thought I'd won a prize. Turns out, it's a special partnership between the NYC MTA and Nick Cave. His dancing horses will be on display at Grand Central Station through March 31st. [Gothamist]
Gabby Giffords' husband Mark Kelly was caught on camera trying to rescue a baby sea lion from the jaws of his daughter's dog in Laguna Beach, California. There are so many things to think about in that sentence there. [AZ Central]

Cher just sold her 4,000 square foot West Hollywood condo for $5.25 million. She also put her Malibu mansion on the market for $41 million and her Venice, CA, home is up for grabs at $1.89 million. [TMZ]

Tech giant Google is getting into linguistics now. The corporate has pressured Sweden—yes, the entire country of Sweden—to not add the word "ungoogleable" to its official list of new words. "Language Council head Ann Cederberg said engaging Google's lawyers took 'too much time and resources,' prompting it to remove the phrase from its 2012 list of new words." [The Verge]

Here's a video about a day in the life of Yeardley Smith, who's the voice of Lisa Simpson on The Simpsons. [YouTube]
Holy abs, Batman—here's the first full trailer of Ryan Lochte's reality TV show, which is set to debut on E! April 21st. Jeah! [EW]

Well, here's something tasteless yet brilliant. A UK based company called Rent-a-Mourner allows families and friends of deceased loved ones rent funeral attendees—so the dead person looks like they were more popular than they were! [Betabeat]

Nick Cave's Dancing Horses Hit NYC, Ryan Lochte's Reality Show Trailer, and More!

A gluten-free store in Australia has instituted a $5 browsing fee—just for walking in the store and having a look! We're not sure this is the best policy—after all, how are we supposed to know if the store has anything we want to buy unless we look? Hm. Tell us what you think. [Consumerist]

A guy called Xavier Macafee allegedly broke into actor Bryan Cranston's car and stole a script from one of the final episodes of Breaking Bad. [EW]

I love Katie Price and her antics, but this is kind of ridiculous. [Mirror]

And then there was that time we saw One Direction's Harry Styles ironing something while wearing a gold thong. [Mirror]

Back in th 1970s, Bloomingdale's flagship on Lexington Avenue in New York City was a prime cruising ground. Yup. Here's proof, from a vintage 60 Minutes clip. [60 Minutes]
There's no question about it—Kendra Wilkinson looks amazing, all the time. So we were surprised to hear that the reality television star recently shed ten pounds—using Ab Cuts and a high-fiber diet. “This is the first time in three years that I haven’t been stressed about my fitness," Wilkinson told OK! magazine. "People are saying: ‘I’ve never seen you look so good!’ and I’m like, ‘Wow! Well, then I guess what I’m doing is working!’" [Radar Online]

Meanwhile, Omarosa is suing LaToya Jackson. [Radar Online]

What if real Disney princesses starred in Spring Breakers, this season's consummate bad-girl movie? This is what would happen. [College Humor]
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