Entertainment: FAA investigating Harlem Shake video on airline flight

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March 1, 2013, 11:52 am
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(NECN) – We’re checking in on some of the entertainment news.

They're bringing sexy back to Boston times two.

Due to overwhelming demand, Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z's Legends of Summer tour has been extended to include a second show at Fenway Park.

The second show on August 11 piggybacks the original show scheduled for August 10.

Pre-sale tickets will be available March 4 and 7.

Regular tickets go on sale March 8.

Boston is the only city venue on the tour so far to have two scheduled concerts.

A group of students may be in hot water with the FAA for getting their groove on.

The latest viral video trend, the Harlem Shake, took to new heights on a Frontier Airlines flight from Colorado Springs to San Diego.

A group of students on board filmed this video. They say they got permission from the crew ahead of time, but the federal agency is investigating.
 
A rep for Frontier says the seatbelt sign was off and safety measures were followed.

Dennis Rodman is no longer an NBA star but he may now be pursuing a career as an international diplomat. Rodman spent some quality time with Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang this week.

He describes the North Korean leader as a "awesome guy." According to Vice Media Company, Kim, who is a diehard basketball fan, told Rodman that he hopes the visit will break the ice between the United States and North Korea.

The Obama administration has avoided comment saying this is about sports.

Tags: fenway park, Justin Timberlake, North Korea, FAA, Dennis Rodman, Kim Jong Un, Jay Z, Harlem Shake, legends of the summer tour, frontiers flight
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