What if I told you for as little as $10, you could win a chance to be an extra in the next “Star Wars” film or Uzo Aduba’s, aka Crazy Eyes, VIP guest on the set of “Orange Is The New Black”? Well, thanks to Omaze, an online charity auction, you could!

What if I told you for as little as $10, you could win a chance to be an extra in the next “Star Wars” film or Uzo Aduba’s, aka Crazy Eyes, VIP guest on the set of “Orange Is The New Black”? Well, thanks to Omaze, an online charity auction, you could!

Season 8 ‘American Idol’ winner Kris Allen is releasing his fourth full-length effort, ‘Horizons,’ and Reality Rocks was thrilled when he recently came by Yahoo Music HQ with his Russian-born, Nashville based duet partner, Lenachka, to perform the lovely single from the album, “Prove It to You,” along with two solo tracks, “Everybody Just Wants to Dance” and “Lost.”

Season 8 ‘American Idol’ winner Kris Allen is releasing his fourth full-length effort, ‘Horizons,’ and Reality Rocks was thrilled when he recently came by Yahoo Music HQ with his Russian-born, Nashville based duet partner, Lenachka, to perform the lovely single from the album, “Prove It to You,” along with two solo tracks, “Everybody Just Wants to Dance” and “Lost.”

In our ongoing quest to bring you every morsel of Kevin Durant news, we must pass along this: the current Thunder star future Wizards forward will reportedly turn down a massive Under Armour offer to stay with Nike, according to ESPN’s Marc Stein and Darren Rovell. Under Armour, who owns about a quarter of one percent of the shoe market, made an offer to Durant for around $285 million over 10 years. The hope was that Durant could join Stephen Curry as a part of an up-and-coming brand that’d challenge Nike’s huge reach.

In our ongoing quest to bring you every morsel of Kevin Durant news, we must pass along this: the current Thunder star future Wizards forward will reportedly turn down a massive Under Armour offer to stay with Nike, according to ESPN’s Marc Stein and Darren Rovell. Under Armour, who owns about a quarter of one percent of the shoe market, made an offer to Durant for around $285 million over 10 years. The hope was that Durant could join Stephen Curry as a part of an up-and-coming brand that’d challenge Nike’s huge reach.