Good Samaritan Returns Diana Ross’ Lost Fanny Pack!

When you lose your expensive fanny pack only to have it saved by an angel. Singer Diana Ross got saved when she released she lost her fanny pack in a Los Angeles Marshalls.

The New York Daily News reported how elated she was when the fanny pack was returned to her. She tweeted, “Thank U to the Angel I lost my fanny pack in Marshalls in LA on Olympics & someone turned it in. What a blessing.”

An employee at the store stated the fanny pack is, “not the kind of thing we disclose with each other.”

It’s great to know that there are still good people in this world. But what would you say if you saw Diana Ross chilling and shopping in Marshalls with a fanny pack?

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(Source: The New York Daily New)

(Photo Credit: David Gabber / PR Photos)

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Jared Leto Is Still Trying To Make Fanny Packs Happen

Damn, that fanny pack looks sexy.

No, we’re serious.

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Jared Leto was spotted out and about in New York City this week wearing a muscle tee, neon green hair and yes, a fanny pack. Not only does he still look incredibly hot, but he may be single-handedly bringing back this oft-criticized accessory.

This isn’t the actor’s first attempt at making fanny packs happen — he has sported the controversial bag on a number of other occasions, too. Which inevitably makes us wonder: What does he have in there? Moroccan hair oil? A Kangol hat? Extra Manic Panic hair dye? His Tamagotchi? Your guess is as good as ours.

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Fabulous Fanny Cradock

Fabulous Fanny Cradock

Fanny Cradock was one of the first TV celebrity chefs. Rude, snobbish, and short-tempered, she was reviled, relished and admired in equal measure. While she berated Margaret Thatcher for wearing ‘cheap’ shoes and clothes’, wrote off Eamonn Andrews as a ‘blundering amateur’, and famously was forced to apologise for insulting another TV cook. Her cookery column in the Daily Telegraph, ‘Bon Viveur’ ran for 35 years and her cookery programmes – which she presented in evening gown, drop ear-rings, pearls, and thick make-up, booming orders at her partner Johnnie, a gentle, monocled stooge who was portrayed as an amiable drunk – were watched by millions. They were hugely influential: the Queen Mother told Fanny that they were ‘mainly responsible’ for the improvement in catering standards since the war; Keith Floyd declared that ‘she changed the whole nation’s cooking attitudes’; for Esther Rantzen ‘she created the cult of the TV chef’.
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