Seth and Kat’s 4 Things You Need To Know-October 19th


The man who wants to bring the SuperSonics back to Seattle makes another substantial land purchase in the city’s Sodo neighborhood.  Chris Hansen spent another 25-million dollars on land just south of Safeco Field that’s in between First Avenue South and Occidental Avenue.  Hansen has now purchased over 100-million dollars’ worth of property in the neighborhood.  The city council previously declined to vacate the section of Occidental Avenue Hansen had requested so he could build his proposed arena. (KING 5)


Adam Levine is victim of bogus child abuse allegations . Last Wednesday, an unidentified person contacted the LAPD and reported that Adam Levine had hit his one-month old baby girl, Dusty Rose, in the face and knocked his wife, Behati Prinsloo, to the ground. The police visited Levine’s home to investigate the allegations, but after speaking to Prinsloo, they determined that the story was entirely made-up and the model herself assured the authorities the claims were bogus. It now appears that Levine was the target of a prank phone call, and authorities are investigating. (New York Daily News)


Get ready for some major on-air flirting because Blake Shelton‘s girlfriend Gwen Stefani is returning to “The Voice” next season. The 47-year-old singer will be joining Shelton, Adam Levine and Alicia Keys in the swivel chairs for season 12 of The Voice, which will debut in February 2017. Miley Cyrus is currently a coach on the NBC musical competition series, and while she’ll be sitting out next season, the pop star will return for season 13 in fall 2017. This will be Stefani’s third time coaching on The Voice, though she’s yet to have a contestant win. Levine, however, has three wins under his belt, while Shelton has four victories. (TODAY)


Whenever you wanna know how to do ANYTHING, your first instinct is probably to type it in Google.  But all that weird stuff you’ve been asking doesn’t go unnoticed. Estately just did a study on Google searches to see which “how to” questions each state asks more than anyone else.  Here are some of our favorites:

People in Washington most likely ask “How to survive and earthquake.”

People in Texas are most likely to ask “How to sell your soul.”

People in Kansas ask “How to find Kansas.”

People in Florida ask “How to get out of Florida.”

And people in Indiana ask Google “How to Google something.”

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