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Alley bought the house from rock and roll royalty.

There’s only one mansion in Clearwater that was once owned by the late Kirstie Alley…who bought it from the late Lisa Marie Presley…and it’s for sale. If you’re a fan of Hollywood and Rock and Roll royalty, here’s your chance to own a mansion that is overflowing with both. The beautiful home, which is nestled in an exclusive gated community in Clearwater, was purchased by Alley back in 2000 for only $1.5 million dollars. The previous owner was none other than the daughter of the King himself, Lisa Marie Presley. Lisa Marie passed away a few weeks ago from an apparent heart attack. Here’s an entire photo gallery of the property.

The home is located at 1100 North Osceola Way, an area that was once known as the Old Clearwater Bay community, and it’s huge. It has nine bedrooms, ten bathrooms and features 7,815 square feet of living space. The property also has a media room, a spa, balconies, a huge dock and a reinforced 200-foot wall that circles the entire property (gotta keep the mortals out, ya know). Kirstie Alley was known for her roles on ‘Cheers’, ‘Look Who’s Talking’ and endorser for several high-profile companies over the years. Alley passed away last December from colon cancer. Another interesting bit of trivia is who used to live next door…John Travolta! Maybe he wanted to be close to the Church of Scientology?

The home seems to have been a good investment, considering the current asking price is $5,995,000. If you’d like to learn more about the property, you can contact Ray Cassano of Station Square Realty LLC. Source:

Over A Billion Veiws Each!

33 Rock/Pop Music Videos with Over 1 Billion Views on YouTube

Since MTV doesn’t really show music videos anymore, YouTube is the place for those who want to watch music videos to their heart’s content.

Some music videos — both classic and recently released — have caught on more than others and have racked up 1 billion views and more.

For your viewing pleasure, here are 33 rock/pop music videos with at least 1 billion views on YouTube.

(Note: View numbers listed are as of January 30, 2023.)

  • Scorpions - 'Wind of Change' (1 billion views)

  • Bon Jovi - 'Livin' On A Prayer' (1 billion views)

  • Red Hot Chili Peppers - 'Californication' (1.01 billion views)

  • Audioslave - 'Like a Stone' (1.04 billion views)

  • Evanescence - 'Bring Me To Life' (1.13 billion views)

  • Cyndi Lauper - 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun' (1.14 billion views)

  • Metallica - 'Nothing Else Matters' (1.20 billion views)

  • Whitney Houston - 'I Will Always Love You' (1.35 billion views)

  • AC/DC - 'Thunderstruck' (1.22 billion views)

  • Rick Astley - 'Never Gonna Give You Up' (1.34 billion views)

  • Bon Jovi - 'It's My Life' (1.21 billion views)

  • The Cranberries - 'Zombie' (1.31 billion views)

  • a-ha - 'Take On Me' (1.60 billion views)

  • Guns N' Roses - 'November Rain' (2 billion views)

  • Nirvana - 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' (1.60 billion views)

  • Queen - 'Bohemian Rhapsody' (1.57 billion views)

  • Linkin Park - 'In The End' (1.48 billion views)

  • Coldplay - 'Paradise' (1.66 billion views)

  • Imagine Dragons - 'Radioactive' (1.42 billion views)

  • 4 Non Blondes - 'What's Up' (1.46 billion views)

  • twenty one pilots - 'Heathens' (1.98 billion views)

  • Guns N' Roses - 'Sweet Child O' Mine' (1.47 billion views)

  • Linkin Park - 'Numb' (1.92 billion views)

  • Imagine Dragons - 'Believer' (2.36 billion views)

  • Coldplay - 'Hymn For the Weekend' (1.82 billion views)

  • Imagine Dragons - 'Thunder' (1.93 billion views)

  • Europe - 'The Final Countdown' (1.08 billion views)

  • Coldplay - 'The Scientist' (1.08 billion views)

  • Michael Jackson - 'Billie Jean' (1.29 billion views)

  • System of a Down - 'Chop Suey!' (1.23 billion views)

  • twenty one pilots - 'Ride' (1.35 billion views)

  • Coldplay - 'Adventure of a Lifetime' (1.39 billion views)

  • twenty one pilots - 'Stressed Out' (2.62 billion views)

Snowbirds Be Bangin’

Florida Is One Of The Best States For Singles

Dating can be pretty rough nowadays. It’s mostly common to meet your potential partner on dating apps, but some other factors come into play. Some only care about looks and employment status, others care more about personality and common interests. What a lot of people may not consider is that your location can heavily influence your odds of finding a romantic partner. Where you live plays a big part in finding your future bae and what you can do together. WalletHub created a study of the best and worst states for singles, and Florida ranked pretty high. This means singles in Florida have tons of opportunities to meet new people and places to go on dates!

Everyone has different priorities when searching for love, but certain places simply make dating easier than others. For example, if you live in a state with low cost of living, you may be able to spend more on your dates or have them more frequently. Dating is also a numbers game, so a state with a higher proportion of single adults automatically improves your prospects.

How did WalletHub find this info? They compared the 50 states across 30 key indicators of dating-friendliness. The data set ranges from the share of single adults to online-dating opportunities to restaurants per capita. Even though Florida ranked in the top 3 of best states for singles, Tampa and Orlando made the list of best cities for singles at #29 and #26. Florida did tie in the #1 spot for restaurants per capita, meaning there are plenty of places to take your date out to eat in the Sunshine State.

Here are the best 10 states for singles

Sean Roberts was conceived in the Corvette Assembly Plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky by two passionate, panel aligning, third shifters who had grown bored with the same ole same ole. Upon birth, he was placed in the trunk of a new Stingray and sent off to find his destiny. That destiny included several stints on radio stations across the United States. Some played punk country gospel, while others focused on Croatian death metal played backwards. After many years and many adventures, Sean wound up on The Shark, where he does shots of tequila while playing the most badass tunes ever created by humankind. He remains humble, however, never forgetting about the lean years...the street corners and dark alleys where he played songs on his car stereo for food and sex. He's on top and he's never gonna stop LIVING THE DREAM!