What’s Trending: Monday, June 10th, 2019

Chris Pratt, Catfishing, Ghostbusters, Sunburn Tattoo

June 10, 2019

What’s Trending: Monday, June 10th, 2019



§     He and Katherine Schwarzenegger got married over the weekend.

§     They shared their first photo as man and wife on Instagram saying, “Yesterday was the best day of our lives.”

§     He is 39 and this is his second marriage, she is 29 and this is her first.

§     The couple tied the knot in Montecito, California in front of close family and friends.

§     Of course, his new in-laws, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver were in attendance, as was actor Rob Lowe.



§     Study: Catfishing victims have increased 50% over the last 3 years.

§     That’s when someone fakes an online identity to scam victims for money, romance or physical harm.

§     California, Texas and Florida have the most reported victims.

§     Nevada was 24th in the nation with 254 reported cases.

§     The report says that there are 5 signs you’re being catfished: if they ask for money, can’t meet in person, they claim to be stationed overseas, they can’t video chat and if they just seem too good to be true.

§     To avoid being a victim, fact-check and verify using Google or sites like socialcatfish.com.



§     It looks like it’s a go and Sigourney Weaver, Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd are all set to reprise their roles.

§     They movie arrives in theaters next summer and Weaver confirmed she’s a part of it saying, “It’s going to be crazy working with the guys again.”

§     Yesterday was the 35th anniversary of the release of the original on June 8th, 1984.



§     They’re the new ridiculous trend that’s popping up this summer.

§     People place stencils on exposed skin and head outside to get some rays.

§     When they’re done, they remove the stencils to reveals the design in a paler skin tone.

§     The hashtag #sunburntattoo is now popping up all over Twitter and Instagram.

§     Experts stress the importance of protecting your skin from the sun’s powerful rays, noting not only are you damaging your skin but you’re also upping your chances of developing skin cancer.s