Drag Queen Dressed as Frozen's Elsa Saves Police from Snow Storm

A police wagon got stuck in the snow in front of a bar in Boston, which led to a drag queen dressed as Elsa from Disney's Frozen lending a hand to save the day. The moment was all caught on video and has since gone viral, gaining over 1 million views on social media. Many people were at the bar on Tuesday evening during this snowstorm. In the crowded bar, onlookers saw a man that many knew walk in wearing an Elsa costume.

In the video, Snow Queen Elsa of Arendelle can be seen running outside, hiking up her dress, and pushing a police wagon out of a snow bank. As for the man wearing the Frozen character's dress, that was Jason Triplett, a 37-year-old attorney, who bought the costume last winter and wore it to the bar that night to surprise his friends and get a laugh. According to witnesses,
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Dolphins' Andre Branch Reacts to Florida Shooting: 'We Live in a Sick World'

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A Miami Dolphins player is devastated by the mass school shooting that happened in his own backyard ... and he's calling for change. Andre Branch gave TMZ Sports his take on the tragedy the morning after 17 high school students and teachers were gunned down in Parkland, Florida -- less than 30 miles from his home in Ft. Lauderdale -- and he essentially echoed Warriors coach Steve Kerr in calling for stricter gun laws. "We live in a sick world,
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Dr. Dre Hints 'Detox' Ain't Dead, Working On New Songs

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Detox, Baby!!!!!!! Dr. Dre has suggested that his long-awaited, dead, then not dead, then dead again album "Detox" might actually be released after all ... and it all went down at a Golden State Warriors practice. Dre and Jimmy Iovine were watching Steph Curry and Kevin Durant at a Warriors workout on Tuesday when Espn's Chris Haynes brilliantly asked him if Detox was permanently shelved. Dre's response -- "I'm working on a couple songs right now.
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J.R. Smith -- No Charges In Alleged Pizza Shop Attack

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Cleveland Cavs star J.R. Smith is officially off the hook in an alleged pizza joint attack -- with prosecutors saying he will Not be charged with a crime for allegedly attacking a heckler. J.R. was named in a police report filed by a 19-year-old man back in Nov. -- in which he claimed Smith choked him outside of a NYC pizza joint after he heckled the guy about being traded from the Knicks. Smith
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Quentin Tarantino Defends Cop Comments on MSNBC: I Thought "I Had First Amendment Rights"

Quentin Tarantino Defends Cop Comments on MSNBC: I Thought
Quentin Tarantino appeared on MSNBC on Wednesday to defend his recent comments about police brutality. Tarantino told host Chris Haynes that he wasn't making a blanket statement about police but was referring to specific incidents, like those involving the deaths of Sam DuBose and Eric Garner.  { "nid": 836631, "type": "news", "title": "New York Police Union Responds to Quentin Tarantino's "Latest Outburst"", "path": "", "relative-path": "/news/quentin-tarantino-new-york-police-836631" } "In those cases in particular that we're talking about, I actually do believe that they were murdered," said

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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Confronts His Daily Mail Alter Ego, ‘Gop Strategist Chris Haynes’

Is the Daily Mail trying to tell us something about MSNBC host Chris Hayes? During this morning's Up, Hayes noted that he got a shoutout of sorts in the British paper-- or at least his photo was in the paper, accompanied by a bizarre caption. In an article about Clint Eastwood's Super Bowl ad, the Mail ran a screencap of an episode of The Rachel Maddow Show hosted by Hayes with the caption: "Gop strategist: Chris Haynes, guest hosting The Rachel Maddow Show on Monday night, charged that the ad was 'politically potent.'" Naturally, Hayes the progressive columnist found the idea of Haynes the Gop strategist hilarious.
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