LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at some of the stories trending on the web today!
Which teams are in President Obama's Final Four?
You have just a few more hours left to fill out your tournament bracket on THV11.com.
Everyone is striving to be perfect with their brackets. As we all know, President Obama is a big basketball fan, and before heading to Israel Tuesday, he filled out his bracket for the NCAA Tournament.
He chose Louisville, Indiana, Ohio State and Florida to reach the Final Four this year. That means he has two number one seeds, a number two seed and a number three seed. President Obama picked Indiana to win it all. Last year the president picked two of the Final Four correctly.
The president has Baylor, Connecticut, Notre Dame and California in the Final Four of his women's bracket.
In case you were wondering, your chance to win the Powerball tonight is 1 in 175 million, but your chance to have a perfect bracket 1 in 9 quintillion.
Phillies Hooters Ball Girl Commits Two Errors In Same Inning, Fans Boo
There are times in life where you just have to admit something you did was a bad idea. A hooters girl as a ball girl is a bad idea.
Last week, we told you that the Philadelphia Phillies had replaced teens and children as bat boys and ball girls with Hooters employees. It didn't take long for a blooper to appear--like the poor gal who picked up a live ball and tossed it into the crowd.
Yesterday it got worse during the third inning of a game when the girl on the right field foul line missed not one but two ground balls. The crowd even started booing. Then in the next inning a pop up headed toward the girl on the left field line, who just stayed there rather than try and get out of the way.
Kate Upton, Will You Go To Prom With Me?
It's almost prom season, which means it time for many high schoolers to find a date, but one kid is shooting for the stars by asking Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kate Upton to his senior prom.
A video of the Los Angeles teen has already received more than 150,000 views, and Kate Upton is thinking it over.
Upton tweeted: "You can call me Katie if you want! How could I turn down that video! I'll check my schedule."
Rare Chinese Bowl Bought For $3 At NY Tag Sale Sells For $2.2M
People are probably buying more old looking bowls at garage sales now because one was purchased at a New York yard sale for $3 in 2007, and turned out to be 1,000-year-old treasure.
The owner had it on display at their home for years before they became curious about its origin. The 'Ding' bowl is an example of Northern Song Dynasty pottery.
It sold at Sotheby's for $2.2 million. No word if they used it to eat cereal.