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It’s Nicole Kidman: Spider Hunter, Is Alex Trebek Ready To Hang It Up, And We Have Happy, Little Ways To Fall Asleep.

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Nicole Kidman Stares Down Huge Tarantula

Nicole Kidman was her family’s hero on Sunday when she captured a giant black tarantula, who was seemingly making himself at home by the star’s swimming pool. In the clip posted to Instagram, Kidman’s daughters Faith Margaret, 7, and Sunday Rose, 10, can be heard screaming in horror as she approached the eight-legged creature with no apprehension. After bravely making the capture, Kidman then turns the camera to face her, showing fans she has the spider trapped inside a glass. And fret not, the spider was very lucky as the star opted to release it rather than kill it.

Source: people.com

Is It Final Jeopardy?

“Jeopardy!” fans may soon have reason to wish for a Daily Double: Alex Trebek’s Jeopardy! contract is up in 2020 and it sounds like he’s ready to move on. The longtime host of the syndicated game show was asked in an interview with TMZ if he’s done after his contract ends in 2020, and he didn’t shy away from imagining a world without Jeopardy! in it. Asked the odds that he stays after 2020, Trebek said it’s “50/50 and a little less.” Trebek said he does have a suggestion for his replacement: 29-year-old Alex Faust, who does play-by-play for the Los Angeles Kings.” Trebek said. “They should consider him.” Click Alex’s picture here to see the interview on TMZ:

Source: uproxx.com

Happy, Little Dreams

If you have trouble sleeping at night, the late painter Bob Ross might be able to help. At least his voice might be able to. The people at Calm.com have received a license from Bob Ross, Inc. to convert episodes of Bob Ross’ PBS show The Joy of Painting into a series of meditational, sleep-inducing podcasts. For years, Ross’s soothing tones filled homes with peace and calm, and now you can use his voice to lull you to sleep. The Bob Ross Calm series features the complete audio from Bob Ross’s show, including his commentary, his brush strokes on canvas and the scraping of his knife. Oh, and you can sign-up for a 7-day free trial membership.

And just for fun, here’s the first episode from Bob’s 29th season:

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