Roundup: Taylor Swift Wins the Grammys; Woman Jumps onto Moving Train, Falls Between Cars & DMX Ends Up On a Couple's Wedding Bus

kate beckinsaleKate Beckinsale at a Grammy party …  Taylor Swift head bangingTaylor Swift dancing, and one more: reaction from Taylor Swift’s crew, thinking she won … he watched every Law & Order episode and got a screengrab of every computerformer Redskins coach Jim Zorn sold his Great Falls house at a loss recently … how much will the Super Bowl really generate for the New York City area? … $2.7 million in counterfeit Borgata chips found in casino pipe … of course, Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan is getting a raise … Fox Sports has acquired a majority stake in the YES Network … this appears to be the next big ‘stand your ground’ case in Florida … if you use twitter often, you’ll probably have a strong opinion about this story … “Man Jailed For Toilet Seat Attack On Disabled Kin” … any True Detective fans out there? … January has been the coldest month this century … cruise ship returns early because 600 people on board got sick

“This is the two-straw love affair that NBC needed after losing Lindsey Vonn. Lolo is the replacement star, the sex appeal sub for the injured ski queen, a hot storyline to ride down bobsled’s serpentine track.” [Sports on Earth]

Arizona 65, Utah 56. Wildcats remain undefeated. Did you see this Nick Johnson baseline explosion? [Arizona Republic]

Best read so far on what Jabari Parker of Duke is like off the court. [News & Observer]

Please read this: “Always pick sides! Team Aniston!! The internet demands it, even if it’s only half-thoughts it wants, thoughts like, ‘This, just this’ or ‘This is everything.’ ‘This’ is not a sentence.” [N+1]

The Cubs are still haunted by a 1984 Game 5 loss in the World Series NLCS against the San Diego Padres. [Tribune]

“Mr. de Castro will walk away with at least $88 million and as much as $109 million for his 15 months of work.” [NYT]

Comparing the 2014 Cincinnati Reds … to the 1919 World Series winning Cincinnati Reds. [Cincinnati.com]

Have you heard of former college basketball players John Neumann or Kevin Bradshaw? If not, read this. [Newsweek]

“That sovereign of insufferables Oscar Wilde has ensued with his opulence of twaddle and his penury of sense.” That’s a strong opening sentence. [Lapham’s Quarterly]

FSU backup QB Jacob Coker transfers to Alabama, where he will be available to play immediately. [AL.com]

“The wife of a prominent Indian politician was found dead of an apparent suicide in her hotel room Friday night after engaging in a Twitter feud with a Pakistani journalist she accused of having an affair with her husband.” [LA Times]

She survived. You should know that before you watch this. And yes, she does fall between the trains onto the tracks.

DMX crashed some guy’s wedding bus, briefly rapped one of his songs. [via Brobible]

Sorry Congresswoman, we have to dip out here because Justin Bieber is in court.

Behind-the-scenes at Katy Perry’s GQ photo shoot. [via Guyism]

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