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Bad Milkshakes and Hollywood paint

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This week's top movie in the U.S. and Canada is an historical epic film set in West Africa. "The Woman King" starring Viola Davis earned 19-million dollars in its debut weekend at North America's theaters. "Barbarian" came in second followed by the horror film "Pearl" with a little more than three-million dollars. Rounding out the Top Five are "See How They Run" and "Bullet Train." "Top Gun: Maverick" is still hanging around, finishing in sixth place this weekend.

Lady Gaga got emotional in a video she posted after she was forced to stop her concert in Miami Saturday night due to nasty weather. Lady Gaga had performed 17 songs but had to leave the stage with 5 more to go. The sold out show at Hard Rock Stadium was the last one of her Chromatica tour.

An Arizona ice cream shop has earned a Guinness World Record by offering 266 milkshake flavors -- and making them all in just over an hour. Snow Cap, an ice cream shop in Seligman, Arizona, attempted the Guinness World Record for most milkshake flavors on display. A Guinness adjudicator was on hand as the shop's owners, the Delgadillo family, made every milkshake on the menu in about 1 hour and 15 minutes. The unusual flavors prepared by the shop include peanut butter and onion ring; banana and chili; and orange and fish burger.,course%20of%20about%2075%20minutes.

A world-famous California landmark is about to get a new look. Officials announced that, this week, a crew of ten workers will apply some 400 gallons of paint to the Hollywood sign. Setup is scheduled to start today and the project is expected to be completed in November. This year marks the centennial for the iconic sign. You can watch the painters at work by visiting

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Don McLean's classic "America Pie," Julien's Auction is organizing an auction of the singer/songwriter's memorabilia. The event will be held in New York on November 11th at an exclusive event titled "Property From The Life And Career Of Don Mclean." The auction will feature more that 90 guitars from his personal collection, original hand written and annotated lyrics to one of his songs and stage and album cover-worn clothing, watches, and more.

There's a Kansas City Chiefs fan who has his own "Red Kingdom." Curt Herrman has earned a Guinness World Record for the size of his collection of Chiefs memorabilia. Herrman recently received word from Guinness that his one-thousand-110-piece collection has been verified as the world's largest collection of Chiefs memorabilia. Herrman said it took a lot of time and effort to get the record approved. He said, "I had to do a video of me counting everything. I mean, basically just, one, two, three, four, five, all the way up to the end. But I also had to have three witnesses. I had to have an elected official, a police officer and an expert on Chiefs subject matter."

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