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Seth and Kat’s 4 Things You Need To Know-September 13th

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Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll believes quarterback Russell Wilson will be able to play in Week 2 against Los Angeles despite suffering a sprained ankle in the opener against Miami. Carroll said said both X-rays and an MRI came back clear, but there is some swelling. Wilson may be limited in practice this week ahead of facing the Rams, Carroll said. He has not missed a game during his career.

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Ryan Lochte says he feels “a little hurt” after being rushed by audience members on Dancing with the Stars which prompted producers to cut to commercials. The swimmer was reportedly rushed by an unknown pair of men wearing anti-Lochte T-shirts while receiving his scores from judge Carrie Ann Inaba on Monday’s live show. When the show returned, host Tom Bergeron explained they were interrupted by “a little incident” and thanked the ABC series’ security team “for staying in shape.” Police say the two men are under arrest on suspicion of criminal trespassing. They were detained by security on the set until officers arrived to take them into custody. No one was injured or listed as a victim in the incident.

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Well now here’s a bummer for Miranda Lambert fans hoping to catch the last three dates on her Keeper of the Flame Tour.  On Monday, Live Nation made the disappointing announcement that Miranda had been put on vocal rest by her doctor and was cancelling all three remaining dates left on her tour. Unfortunately, as of now it looks like the dates are cancelled and won’t be rescheduled, although that could possibly change in the future. For now, however, ticket refunds are being offered. Get well soon, Miranda.

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Cheetos chicken fries are coming to Burger King.  The fast-food chain will start serving them tomorrow.  The chicken sticks with Cheetos coating follow other mashups such as Buffalo chicken fries and fiery flavored chicken fries.  The Cheetos chicken fries will cost two dollars and 89 cents for a nine-piece order.

Photo courtesy of Burger King

Photo courtesy of Burger King

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