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Seth and Kat’s 4 Things To Know-July 26th

1.

CenturyLink Field is making a change after Kenny Chesney concert. Social media is lighting up because of the long lines to get inside the stadium and many demanded a refund after missing one or more acts. A spokesperson at CenturyLink field says tthey have decided instead of 30 minutes early, they will open gates an hour early for the next concert.

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Starbucks just announced that their baristas are now allowed to dye their hair any color they want, no matter how weird it is . . . blue, purple, green, anything goes as long as it is permanent color. And instead of having to wear a Starbucks cap, they can wear a fedora or a bowler. Employees are also able to wear jean in addition to the original black, white and khaki dress code. They say they loosened up the dress code to, quote, “provide more room for self-expression.”

Read more from USA Today

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Justin Timberlake is not pressing charges after getting slapped by a fan during a golf tournament in Lake Tahoe.  Timberlake was walking through the crowd at the American Century Celebrity Pro-Am Saturday when a fan reached into the crowd and slapped the singer.  JT clearly wasn’t happy, but decided to walk away.  The slapper–who claimed he just wanted to “touch Timberlake”–refused to leave the premises after the incident and was arrested for disorderly conduct. Not cool, bro.

Read more from US Weekly

4.

Florida Georgia Line have been accused of “dissing” a police officer at a show over the weekend when he attempted to go backstage. A crew member explained that the group had said no uniformed officers were allowed backstage, and the sheriff was even told that the duo had threatened to pull the plug on the concert if they saw any cops. Then the duo asked for a police escort out of town for after the show. That’s when the officer got angry and told the band’s manager that he wouldn’t spend “one tax dollar assisting them” after being disrespected. On Sunday, Florida Georgia Line released a statement on Facebook saying they were “bummed by what had happened” and that they have “nothing but love and respect for the police.”

Read more HERE

 

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