Jon And Chantel

Choose The News 9/13/17

Olive Garden’s All-You-Can-Eat Pasta Passes Go on Sale Tomorrow

Now that summer is over, OVEREATING season is back, baby . . . and there’s no better way to celebrate than this.

Olive Garden just announced that they’re doing their “Never-Ending Pasta Passes” again . . . and they go on sale tomorrow.

If you missed it the past few years, Olive Garden sells a pass for $100 that gives you eight weeks of unlimited pasta, soup, salad, and breadsticks.

There will be 22,000 passes on sale this year, and they’ll go on sale at exactly 2:00 P.M. Eastern tomorrow at

If you want one, you’d better be ready to click FAST . . . because last year, their 21,000 passes sold out in ONE SECOND.

There’s also a new twist this year, where there will be 50 passes that cost $200 . . . and each one of those includes a free eight-day trip to ITALY.


Britney Spears Spends a Lot of Money on Massages and Her Dogs

 BRITNEY SPEARS is still under that conservatorship . . . which means that we still get to see what she spends her money on every year.

TMZ obtained documents that show Britney spent almost $11 million in 2016 . . . which is cool, because she made close to $16 million.

One of her bigger expenses was MASSAGES . . . she laid down $122,613 for rubdowns.  She also spent about 70-grand on wardrobe, and $24,000 on makeup.

Another major expense was her DOGS.  She spent $29,852 on them.  (???)

Despite all her money, she’s not really an upscale shopper.  Her stores of choice included Pottery Barn, Ralph’s, Vons, Target, and Bed Bath & Beyond.

Britney’s property and other assets were worth close to $56 million by the end of 2016 . . . and she has millions more in various trusts.


Finn the dog runs for mayor of Canadian town

Finn the Australian cattle dog is running for mayor of the Canadian city of Newfoundland, with a promise to take a “hands on” approach to potholes and other issues. Screen capture/Gotta Lovit/Facebook
 Sept. 12 (UPI) — A dog in Canada is seeking to take a bite out of local government by running for mayor of a Newfoundland city.

Dog trainer Glenn Redmond on Sunday shared a video promoting Finn the Australian cattle dog as a new candidate for mayor of St. John‘s.

Finn took to the campaign trail to encourage residents about his plans to help business, improve taxes and express his commitment to public works projects.

“Finn being an Australian cattle dog, he’s a tireless worker, he doesn’t know when to stop. He will work day and night to get things done,” Redmond told the CBC.

The dog trainer added his four-legged mayoral candidate is uniquely equipped to provide “hands on” solutions to a number of the city’s issues.

“Potholes [are] a big issue for Finn, as well as snow clearing and stuff in the wintertime. He’s an avid walker, and these are certainly things that [would be] concerns for him,” Redmond said.

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