POSTED: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 - 7:03pm
UPDATED: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 - 7:07pm
EL PASO — Tuesday evening saw the acronym LMFAO going viral, homeless people offering internet and beauties going bald.
For 6-year-old Jack Millos, who was trending on Yahoo News, his dance moves went viral on the web turning heads with his JumboTron performance at a hockey game for theVancouver Canucks. He danced to LMFAO’s 'Sexy and I Know it.'
Moving over to Facebook, the story of the day with the most votes went to “Homeless Hotspots.”
"Hotspots, hotspots! If you need to get online, I am your guy," said Mark, a Homeless Hotspots volunteer.
The program made its debut at the South By Southwest festival in Austin. Thirteen homeless people volunteered to wear wireless internet devices. Anybody nearby could donate for a password to get 4G access.
Trailing off a story aired in the Tuesday’s newscast, Las Cruces was hosting the Saint Baldrick’s event happening March 7. NewsChannel 9 recently posted a story online about an Alaskan beauty queen that went bald to give viewers an idea of this upcoming Saturday event.
"Our biggest goal is to bring a sense of normalcy to kids and to let them know that it's ok to be bald and that bald can be beautiful, and beauty queens can be bald," sais beauty queen Debbie Ebben.
Click on this link  to get full details of the St. Baldricks event.