‘Lauren’s Lowdown’: Matthew McConaughey Rocks Fanny Pack At Astros Game; Taylor Swift’s New Music Video

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Matthew McConaughey was in Boston at Sunday’s RedSox/Astros baseball game, and he was wearing…a FANNY PACK…PROUDLY… lol

He said, “You gotta kinda put it on the side to make it look a little not-as-nerdy, but still . . . I got so much gear in here that I don’t want in my pockets, I’m not afraid of the fanny pack. You gotta kinda put it on the side to make it look a little not-as-nerdy, but still . . . I got so much gear in here that I don’t want in my pockets, I’m not afraid of the fanny pack.”

That’s why we love you Matt! 😀

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Charlie Sheen did the “Ice Bucket Challenge” for ALS yesterday, and it was quite different than the normal challenges we’ve seen all over the internet.

Instead, Charlie held a big pan over his head and when he flipped it over, $10,000 IN CASH fell out and he’s actually donating all of it to the ALS foundation.

He then said, “Because, let’s face it, ice is going to melt, but this money is going to actually help people.”

Charlie called out his “Two and a Half Men” ex co-workers Jon Cryer, Ashton Kutcher, and the show’s creator Chuck Lorre.

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Taylor Swift announced that her new album is called “1989”, and it’ll be out October 27th.  It’s also NOT a country album.  She said, quote, “For the record, this is my very first documented, official pop album.  I woke up every single day I was recording it not wanting, but needing, to make a new style of music than I’d ever made before.”

Check out the music video for her brand new song “Shake It Off” below!

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“Saturday Night Live” announcer Don Pardo died last night at his home in Tuscon, Arizona.  He was 96.  No other details of his death were released.

Pardo was with “SNL” from its debut in 1975 and was also the announcer on the original versions of “Jeopardy!” and “The Price Is Right”.

Don was one of the first people to inform America that President Kennedy had been shot on November 22nd, 1963.

Don’s wife passed away in 1995, but he’s survived by three daughters, two sons, five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

RIP Don 😦

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