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  • Is Taylor Swift Selling Her Mansion in Rhode Island?

    ABC/Jon LeMayEver since Taylor Swift shelled out a reported $17 million a year ago for a huge mansion in Rhode Island's tony Watch Hill neighborhood, the home has been the site of much drama, from random trespassers, to angry locals accusing her of blocking access to the beach.  Now, word is she's looking to unload the 11,000 square-foot home.

    The rumor evidently started when a reporter for the local Rhode Island paper The Westerly Sun tweeted, "Is Taylor Swift's Watch Hill mansion for sale? I'm hearing that but I can't confirm."  This, of course, set off all kinds of speculation from various real estate blogs, all noting the sprawling home's eight bedrooms, 10 1/2 baths, reception rooms, 45-foot-long sun porch, five-car heated garage, balconies, swimming pool and sweeping views.

    A rep for Taylor did not immediately return emails from ABC News Radio seeking comment on whether or not the home is for sale.

    In addition to the Rhode Island mansion, Taylor also owns a condo in Nashville, a place in Los Angeles, and a newly-purchased pad in Manhattan.  She has definitely enjoyed the Rhode Island mansion, though, telling Rolling Stone, "Man, Rhode Island's a good place. It's a really good place. I've loved really being with my girlfriends a lot [there]. Like, there have been a lot of kitchen dance parties with my girlfriends."

    Meanwhile, the singer may have moved on to greener pastures...or at least sandier beaches.  She tweeted a photo of herself on Monday walking along a beautiful beach wearing a green bikini, with the caption, "Looking for Easter eggs."  It's not clear where the photo was taken.

    Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

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  • Discovery Channel Planning Documentary on Mount Everest Avalanche

    iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- After cancelling its Everest Jump Live special in light of Friday's avalanche at Mount Everest that killed 13 people, Discovery Channel is instead planning a documentary on the tragedy.

    According to Deadline.com, Discovery will utilize footage shot by NBC News' Peacock Productions, which had been set to produce Everest Jump Live. Its crews had been shooting footage for the five nights of Everest-themed programming that the network had planned, leading up to the special.

    Everest Jump Live, which had been scheduled to air May 11, would have featured Joby Ogwyn gliding down from the summit of Mount Everest using a wingsuit.

    The documentary will focus on the avalanche and the local reaction to it. The film's length and airdate have not yet been announced.

    Discovery hopes to make a donation to a charity benefiting the families of the Sherpa guides killed in the avalanche, and encourage viewers to pitch in as well.
     
    Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

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  • Keith Urban Discovers Ryan’s Hidden Musical Talent

    Who knew that all these years hosting American Idol that Ryan Seacrest has been hiding his musical talent?

    In the second episode of Keith Urban‘s Idle Chatter, he surprised his pal in his dressing room … while he just happened to be playing bass like a pro.

    “It’s just something I do before the show,” says Ryan modestly after Keith praises his chops. ”It’s been a few years, but I kind of keep it quiet.”

    But when Keith suggests they play some time, Ryan stalls. “Yeah, but you’re good though … but I’m embarrassed to do it in front of you.”

    Once Keith leaves Ryan’s dressing room, we discover the truth behind his incredible bass skills …

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  • Keith Urban Discovers Ryan’s Hidden Musical Talent

    Who knew that all these years hosting American Idol that Ryan Seacrest has been hiding his musical talent?

    In the second episode of Keith Urban‘s Idle Chatter, he surprised his pal in his dressing room … while he just happened to be playing bass like a pro.

    “It’s just something I do before the show,” says Ryan modestly after Keith praises his chops. ”It’s been a few years, but I kind of keep it quiet.”

    But when Keith suggests they play some time, Ryan stalls. “Yeah, but you’re good though … but I’m embarrassed to do it in front of you.”

    Once Keith leaves Ryan’s dressing room, we discover the truth behind his incredible bass skills …

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