Roundup: Keith Olbermann to Join ESPN to Host Late Night Show & Cory Monteith Died From Heroin and Alcohol Mixture

lola_ponceLola Ponce, the Argentine singer … a radio station really took heat for this? … this island full of snakes sounds awesome … McDonald’s admits you can’t live on a McDonald’s salaryOprah is giving Lindsay Lohan a TV showbat signal to Breaking Bad fans … “Man found unconscious in hotel calls himself Johan Ek, speaks Swedish” … estimated population charts for the world over the next 80+ years … why does Ray Ratto hate Pitbull? … gorgeous actress from Pan Am joins Will Smith movie … ABC releases Fall TV premiere dates … biggest political story out of Wyoming in years … Cory Monteith died last weekend when he mixed heroin and alcohol …

Keith Olbermann is expected to join ESPN today. He’ll host a late-night TV show. [Hollywood Reporter]

Is Brandon Jennings going to stay with the Bucks, get an offer from someone else, or be part of a sign-and-trade? [Journal Sentinel]

Nothing earth-shattering here, but a good breakdown of why money matters so much in college football. Reminder: The players see none of it. [Lansing State Journal]

The British Open snuck up on me. It is this weekend. [Golf Digest]

“Spurrier rattled off a 1,445-word tour de force that somehow managed to jab the NCAA, SEC commissioner Mike Slive, Notre Dame, Georgia and Alabama.” [SI]

The death of Scrabble’s organizing body. [NYT]

“Monday‚Äôs telecast ranks as the least-viewed Home Run Derby since 2010 (6.4M), and is tied as the fourth-lowest rated since at least 1997.” [Sports Media Watch]

Jennifer Lopez taking heat for lining her pockets with money from dictators. [Hollywood Reporter]

“Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher is being sued for millions in a New York court by a woman who accuses him of fathering a secret love child with her.” [NY Post]

Miami Heat amnesty Mike Miller. Thanks for your service in the last two NBA Finals. It’s not personal, just business. [Herald]

The Green Bay Packers, financially, had a fantastic 2012. [JS Online]

There’s a movie coming out from Dreamworks about Wikileaks. [via Adam]

Some of the worst death scenes in movies. [via Hot Clicks]

A collection of really, really bad 1st pitches into one video. [Worldwide Interweb]

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