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Hurricane News Archives >> February 6-10, 2012
Wallace Coleman Back in Morristown 2/6/2012
Cop Sued After Asking Woman Out 2/6/2012
Registering to Vote! 2/6/2012
2012 Winter X-Games 2/6/2012
Last Week In Music 2/6/2012

KATELIN MCCLANAHAN

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Winehouse Family Offended

Jean Paul Gaultier used Amy Winehouse as a muse for his spring haute couture line. Amy's father was not impressed. Her father announced that he was happy she was a fashion icon, but the way she was portrayed in the fashion show was offensive.

Billboard Power 100

The power couple Jay-Z and Beyoncé made their place in the Billboard Power 100. Other bands including U2 and Lady Gaga have also made an appearance on the charts.

Michael Jackson Immortalized

Michael Jackson was immortalized by his three children in a hand-printing ceremony in Hollywood.Parisimprinted her father's iconic sequin glove into the cement while brothers Prince and Blanket placed his shoe in the cement.

10 Worst National Anthem Performances Ever

Not everyone can sing the National Anthem. Let's see the top 10 worst!

10. Keri Hilson, 2010

9. Josh Groban and Flea, 2010

8. Christina Aguilera, 2011

7. R. Kelly, 2005

6. Steven Tyler, 2007 and 2012

5. Scott Stapp, 2005

4. Michael Bolton, 2003

3. Roseanne Barr, 1990

2. Kat Deluna, 2008

1. Whitney Houston, 1991

Superbowl Theme Music, Meet Dubstep!

Due to the epic nature of the Superbowl this year, a rematch of the 2008 Superbowl, NBC commissioned a composer named Joel Beckerman to create an orchestral-rock rendition of the Superbowl theme song. Beckerman described one version as dubstep, another as bombastic rock with percussion, and a third simply as "a percolating soundtrack." It's titled "Epic Matchup."


The History of Valentine’s Day 2/6/2012
The Comic Book of Social Networking 2/6/2012
Celebrity Death Hoaxes 2/6/2012
Hurricane Support 2/6/2012