Britain's Prince William got to rock it out on stage with Jon Bon Jovi. During the Winter Whites Gala at Kensington Palace last night he sang the chorus to Bon Jovi's hit "Livin' On A Prayer."
Bon Jovi invited him on stage half-way through the song. He and singer Taylor Swift roared out the chorus. The dinner and concert is to raise funds to help young homeless people get back on their feet:
Thanks to KFBK'ers Dean and Cathy Boswell for sending this to me! Definitely worth that coin!
UPDATE: As of November 8th, 2013, Coca-Cola has committed to a zero-tolerance policy on land grabs. Don't know about Pepsi.
The New York Mets put up a video holiday card on its website with seven Mets doing their best to sing the holiday classic "Sleigh Ride." Butchered it, is more like it:
A Christmas-related record has already fallen this year. Guinness World Records says David and Janean Richards in Canberra, Australia have set the new mark for lights on a residential property with a holiday display featuring 502-thousand-165 lights.
They previously held the record in 2011, but lost it to a family in New York last year. David says he suddenly had "twice the drive" this time around, and ultimately smashed the record by more than 155-thousand lights. He adds it also helped that they were using the Christmas display to raise money for charity: