Christina Aguilera got down with Ellen Degeneres on “The Ellen Show.” She was there to talk about “The Voice” and everything that’s going on in her personal life, you know the uge, but it wasn’t until Degeneres busted out her iPad and the two started to play Head’s Up that they captured our full attention. Because Xtina slayyyyed all her impressions.
The category: female singers. Predictable? Maybe, but so good. The Ecuadorian-American singer did not hold back giving the audience and us so much life when she belted out Whitney Houston for the first clue. I-CON-IC! But Houston is not the only female singer she impersonated on “The Ellen Show.” Check out the video to hear her takes on Adele (brilliant), Katy Perry (totes throwback), Madonna (memories) and so many more.
In 2013, Officer Mario Gutierrez of the Miami-Dade Police Department foiled an attack that could have left many people seriously injured or even dead. Three years later, Gutierrez is being recognized for his bravery in a huge way. After receiving numerous awards for his moment of incredible bravery, Gutierrez is one of 13 police officers being awarded the Medal of Valor by President Obama in 2016.
This is Miami-Dade Police Officer Mario Gutierrez.
The suspect, later identified as Dominique Jean, stabbed Gutierrez several times with a knife and screwdriver. The attacker even tried to bite Gutierrez’s thumb off. Gutierrez fought back, eventually having to resort to shooting and killing Jean to end the altercation.
Since the gas station attack, Gutierrez has received local and state awards for his bravery and quick thinking that potentially saved lives.
Officer Gutierrez just sees it as doing his job and credits his love for family for his fight and survival. “The determination to see my family, that was the most important thing. I did not want to die and never see them again,” Gutierrez told CBS Miami.
Gutierrez definitely has the scars to prove how much he loves to protect his community.