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  • Writer's pictureAaron Fonseca

Fonseca talks with actor David Faustino

David Anthony Faustino American actor who played Bud Bundy on the FoxsitcomMarried... with Children. He has also voiced animated characters for Nickelodeon, including Mako on The Legend of Korra and Helia on Nickelodeon's revival of Winx Club.

The 9 episodes of 'What If...?' Season 2 have been revealed! They are:

• What if Gamora killed Thanos? • What if Captain Carter finds Hydra Stomper? (Continued from Season 1)

• What if the Tesseract landed in Haudenosaunee Confederacy before the colonization of America? (Introduction of new hero Kahhori)

• What if Hank Pym & Janet Van Dyne fought the Red Guardian during 1980’s?

• What if Yondu delivered Star-Lord to Ego?

• What if Happy Hogan saved Christmas? (Iron Man 3)

• What if Wanda had grown up watching musicals instead of sitcoms?

• What if Odin & Hela had faced Wenwu?

• What if Avengers had fought Surtur?

Woman Creates Boyfriend Application; Gets 3,000 Responses

The New York Post says a 23 year-old OnlyFans model recently created a "boyfriend application" to find her soulmate. Londoner Vera Dijkmans received over 3,000 responses within 24 hours. The application asked potential suitors about their job, relationship history, astrological sign, and current "booty calls." Vera wants to know right away if someone is a good match because she has never been in a real relationship before. She says, "I'm ready to settle down and be serious. But he needs to be funny, have good taste in music, and his own income. He also has to be loyal and someone who watches cartoons.”

Trendhunter says the American Licorice Company is selling Pumpkin Spice Licorice Twists. The candies have hints of cinnamon, spice, and pumpkin

The Daily Mail says the song "I'm Just Ken" from the Barbie movie is a front-runner for Best Original Song at the Oscars. Ryan Gosling performs the track in the film. Billboard magazine predicts another song from the movie, Billie Eilish's "What Was I Made For," may also be nominated.

The NY Post says the pop group Aqua is capitalizing on the success of the "Barbie" movie by going on tour. The "Barbie Girl" hitmakers will visit 20 cities throughout North America beginning this November. A statement from the trio reads, "We've been working for this for 27 years. We cannot wait to meet everyone for the first time, face to face.”

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