CINCINNATI (FOX19) - While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with. Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.
Aaron Lewis swings and misses the National Anthem
Country singer Aaron Lewis is apologizing for botching the national at Game 5 of the World Series.
When singing the Star Spangled Banner on Sunday before Kansas City took on San Francisco, Lewis belted out: "What so proudly we hailed, were so gallantly streaming."
The correct lyrics are "What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming."
Backlash online was instant and divided, with many criticizing Lewis and some coming to his defense. The former lead singer of Staind issued a statement late Monday night that read in part:
"All I can say is I'm sorry and ask for the Nation's forgiveness. My nerves got the best of me." Read the entire statement here.
Too sensitive? Company sells 'Sexy Ebola' costume
An online costume retailer that sells Ebola-themed costumes has branched out to female outfits with their 'Sexy Ebola Containment Suit.'
For $59.99, buyers get a hazmat-type costume featuring a "chic gas mask" and "short dress," according to the online description.
As thousands of people worldwide have died from the virus, online commentators are claiming the costume is insensitive and inappropriate.
T-Swift drops new album, takes over twitter
Taylor Swift dropped her new album '1989' at 12 a.m. Monday and has the internet buzzing over her transition from country to pop music.
"It's the expertly crafted sound of 1989 that marks her most impressive sleight of hand yet–shifting the focus away from her past and onto her music, which is as smart and confident as it's ever been," read a review from Time Magazine.
Thousands have tweeted using the #1989 and after only ten hours, the album reached number 21 on iTunes Top 100. No doubt it'll make a swift rise to number one.