The year in implosions - Here at CNN, we get a glut of videos in surprising categories. All this week on "Gotta Watch," we will be unveiling short compilations of some of our favorites, including the demolition of the stadium that the Dallas Cowboys once called home (pictured above). As one of Newtonâ€™s laws explains, what goes up, must come down. Hereâ€™s a look at some of the best examples of 2010:
Another engagement for the ultimate playboy - Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, 84, is tying the knot for the third time. Hefner popped the question to 24-year-old Playmate Crystal Harris. Hefner posted news of his engagement on Twitter, calling it his happiest Christmas weekend in memory.
"Ooo La La La" creator remembered - R&B singer and songwriter Teena Marie was found dead this weekend in her California home. She was 54. The four-time Grammy-nominated performer recorded a number of hits for Motown and later Sony/Epic during her diverse three-decade career. Along with â€œLovergirl" and â€œSquare Biz,"she also had hits like "Ooo La La La," famously sampled on The Fugees' "Fu-Gee-La," and "Fire and Desire," her duet with friend and mentor Rick James. Check out the latter here, and go ahead and have a look at and listen to more of Teena Marie's melodies: "Square Biz" and "Ooo La La La."