Daily Wrap of All Things for January 19, 2014

By Amanda Jo Scott,

Sadly, A&E Shipping Wars star, Roy Garber, passed away. He was 49 years old. Garber died of a heart attack. He’ll be missed by his family, friends, and fans. Good thoughts sent their way.

Two tragic incidents claimed the life of multiple innocents. Two women, who believed they were performing an exorcism, killed two young children in Maryland. In Utah, a police officer shot his wife, mother-in-law, and children before taking his own life. Such tragedies. Sending good thoughts to their loved ones.

It has been revealed that a 17-year-old is to blame for the massive Target breach. The teenager is from Ukraine and lives in Boston. This breach affected almost 70 million consumers.

Ed Sheeran teased fans with a possible title for his sophomore album through a cryptic tweet. In other music news, Luke Bryan has another single topping country charts. “Drink a Beer” is an emotional and extremely personal song for the artist.

Juan Pablo Galavis, ABC’s new Bachelor, issued an apology after making anti-gay remarks regarding comments that the series could focus on a gay or bisexual bachelor in the future. ABC issued an apology, distancing itself from Galavis’ comments.

It looks like Disney’s Frozen may be set to get a sequel. The film has had quite a bit of success. It’s a contender for multiple awards, including an Oscar nomination. In other sequel-like news, NBC is planning to follow up the success of its live musical event, The Sound of Music, with Peter Pan. Using the same production team, the remake of Peter Pan will air in December 2014.



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