*Ed Sheeran was doing an interview and talking or not really talking about his scar!...so he's British, he was at a party with some of the Royals and Princess Beatrice decided it was a good idea to grab a real sword and pretend to knight singer James Blunt. Well she put the sword over her head and little Ed Sheeran was standing back there and and tip of the sword cut his face under his right eye, he needed 25 stitches!! He was saying in this interview that he wasn't sure how the info go out because there weren't that many people there and he was just telling everyone that he fell. The person interviewing him was trying to get more info but he said he didn't think he should talk about it BUT he was joking that people really recognize him now with his red hair and scar!
*Is Brad Pitt getting over Angelina Jolie with Kate Hudson, that is what Star magazine is reporting, but they aren't the most trustworthy source, Kate's brother Oliver Hudson says talk about how awful it is having Brad around. Oliver says that the father of six drinks out of the carton and leaves the bathroom door open while he’s doing his business. As if that wasn’t bad enough, Brad has also awakened Goldie Hawn’s inner flirt.
*Millions around the country and the world marched in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington. Katy Perry posted on social media. Ashley Judd made a firey speech in Washington DC, Chrissy Teigen, Uzo Aduba, and Janelle Monae, Miley Cyrus spoke at a L.A. rally, Chelsea Handler and Kristen Stewart showed up to Park City, Utah during downtime from Sundance Film Festival. Helen Mirren, Whoopi Goldberg & Rihanna joined marchers in New York City. Lady Gaga was practicing for the Superbowl but she did send out a tweet.
On this day in 1983 The A-Team debuted on NBC.
On this day in 2005 Tonight show host Johnny Carson died at age 79.
*M. Night Shyamalan Is Back on Top With SPLIT Earning $40.2 Million. James McAvoy's thriller gives the writer-director one of the best opening weekends among his 19-year filmography.
1. Split – $40.2 million
2. xXx: Return of Xander Cage – $20 million
3. Hidden Figures – $16.3 million
4. Sing – $9 million
5. La La Land – $8.4 million