What's Trending: Jonas Brothers Announce Vegas Residency

Jonas Brothers, Commute, Julianne Hough, Doomsday Clock

January 24, 2020
The Jonas Brothers - Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas and Kevin Jonas arrive at iHeartRadio's Z100 Jingle Ball 2019 Presented By Capital One on December 13, 2019 in New York City, NY. (Photo by Jeremy Smith/imageSPACE/Sipa USA)

What’s Trending: Friday, January 24th, 2020

 

#JonasBrothers

§     The brothers are launching their Vegas residency.

§     Just announced this morning, The Jonas Brothers Live in Las Vegas is April 1st through the 18th at the Park Theater at Park MGM.

§     Presales start next Wednesday at 10am with the code word VEGAS.

§     Regular on sale is Friday, January 31st at 10am.

§     They’ll be performing at the Grammys on Sunday and they say they have a very special performance lined up.

§     Nick says, “We’re doing something else which I don’t think anyone’s going to expect.”

 

#Commute

§     Study: The average commuter spends 5 days per year driving to and from work.

§     The top reason Americans are heading to their offices late is a result of traffic.

§     Other issues include car problems like flat tires, dead batteries or losing the car keys.

§     And because of their commute, a third of Americans are stressed out before they even get to work.

 

#JulianneHough

§     The Dancing with the Stars alum received a bizarre physical therapy treatment that has the world talking.

§     It happened at the Davos World Economic Forum and Dr. John Amaral, who is a holistic health guru, showed the audience how to release waves of stored emotion through movement.

§     The result definitely caught viewers off-guard.

§     As he floats his hands above her body, she starts moving her body in a wav0elike motion and contorting in odd positions while screaming.

§     This, he explained, was the body’s way of releasing the negative energy inside of her.

§     She said that she feels so much more liberated and that she feels free inside to just be.

 

#DoomsdayClock

§     The Doomsday clock has moved to 100 seconds to midnight.

§     This is the closest symbolic point from “apocalypse” since 1953.

§     The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists say this indicates that the likeliness of a human-caused apocalypse has increased since last year.

§     They adjusted the clock to reflect looming threats from nuclear weapons and accelerated global warming.

§     They say, “We are now expressing how close the world is to catastrophe in seconds—not hours or even minutes.”

§     The placed much of the blame on world leaders who have eroded international arms agreements and both denigrated and denied the science of global warming.