FAB TV News You Need 2 Know! TIGER WOODS , Lady Gaga & Selena Gomez update!



Tiger Woods’ Car Crash Injuries in Palos Verdes #tigerwoods #ladygaga Golf champion Tiger Woods suffered multiple injuries to his right leg on Tuesday this week, when his SUV was involved in a single-vehicle crash on a stretch of road in Los Angeles known for collisions. The car went through the central reservation into the opposite traffic lane, rolled over, and then went off an embankment. The LA County Sheriff has confirmed that Woods was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time, and that he will not be facing criminal charges. LADY GAGA Lady Gaga's dog walker shot, two French bulldogs stolen; star offers $500K for their return. Lady Gaga’s dog walker was shot late Wednesday and her two French bulldogs, Koji and Gustav, were stolen, USA TODAY has confirmed. Around 9:40 p.m. in Hollywood, Calif., a man in his 30s was walking three dogs when a male suspect approached the dog walker and shot him, according to Los Angeles Police Department's Officer Drake Madison. LAPD says the suspect took two bulldogs and took off in a white vehicle, while a third dog fled the scene and was later recovered. Police say the victim is currently in critical condition. Selena Gomez Flipping Off the Paparazzi Is a Real 2021 Mood Selena Gomez has been filming upcoming Hulu series Only Murders in the Building for the past few months in New York City. And because the show has been shooting outside on the Upper West Side often, paparazzi have regularly gotten photos of Gomez dressed up on set. Gomez usually goes along with it. But yesterday, Gomez hit her limit. While it's unclear what the photographer did to provoke her, she flipped them off, and others captured the moment. It's a very New York in 2021 mood. The "A Star is Born" star, who is currently in Italy, is offering a $500,000 reward for the return of her two stolen dogs, Lady Gaga's representative Amanda Silverman confirmed to USA TODAY. Those with information can email KojiandGustavo@gmail.com. The "Chromatica" singer, 34, told USA TODAY in an interview last month she shares what many people are feeling during the pandemic: "an epic sense of powerlessness over what's happening in the world." "We've encountered a super virus that is epic in its disastrous proportions," she said. "So that feeling of powerlessness in some ways is, I think, something that we all share." The pandemic has energized her in other ways, though, adding that it has "really mobilized me to work on how I can help the world."


You have
characters left.