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AMERICAN IDOL RESULTS

The “American Idol” Top 10 for Season 13 was revealed last night.  Ryan Seacrest announced Ben Briley, Majesty Rose, and Sam Woolf were all in the Bottom Three. Ultimately, Briley was the one in jeopardy and had the chance to perform in hopes of winning the judges’ one and only save. But with panel not agreeing on whether the contestant had shown enough growth, he was eliminated.

MICHAEL BAY WILL REMAKE ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S “THE BIRDS”

Michael Bay is set to produce an upcoming remake of The Birds. The Transformers director will certainly face high expectations as he takes on Alfred Hitchcock's classic 1963 film. Bay will produce the movie, while Dutch filmmaker Diederik Van Rooijen will direct. The film was loosely based on a 1952 short story of the same name, and Naomi Watts will reportedly star as lead character Melanie Daniels, brought to life in the original film by actress Tippi Hedren. The character is a socialite who travels to Bodega Bay, California after an encounter with a man named Mitch Brenner. When she seeks out Brenner in his hometown, the city is suddenly hit with a series of inexplicable and violent attacks by birds.

CHARRED SUNGLASSES WORN BY PAUL WALKER IN HORROR CRASH ARE AUCTIONED OFF BY MAN WHO TOOK THEM FROM SCENE OF HIS DEATH

The sunglasses worn by Paul Walker on the day he died have been placed up for auction. The actor perished alongside his friend Roger Rodas on November 30, when the car they were traveling in lost control and crashed. And the seller of the accessories claims to have stopped to help at the crash scene in Santa Clarita, California. According to the auction listing on BidAMI.com, the mystery owner says police ordered him away from the scene but he returned to look when the wreckage was cleared and found the sunglasses in the bushes. The listing states: “The owner of this lot offering was nearby and on scene for information and assistance with officers and reporters.  Once the site investigation was cleared with car debris hauled away and tape taken down, a responding officer allowed him as well as others back to the public site. The listing on BidAMI.com also includes a fire extinguisher which the owner claims was used on the scene, crash debris and photographs taken at the site. The lot has so far attracted three bids, and the current sale price is $605.