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Top Trenders: Disney World Price Hike

The cost to hang with Mickey & Minnie at the happiest place on Earth just went up.
Here are your Top Trenders for Tuesday, February 25th!

NUMBER 5 - ERIN ANDREWS TO CO-HOST DWTS
Fox Sports reporter Erin Andrews is joining "Dancing With the Stars." She will co-host alongside Tom Bergeron for the show's 18th season. Andrews is no stranger to the ballroom, she competed as a dancer in season ten and made it to the finals. She's replacing Brooke Burke-Charvet, who was dropped after seven seasons as co-host. "Dancing With the Stars" returns March 17th.

NUMBER 4 - DISNEY PRICES GO UP
Just in time for Spring Break, the most expensive theme park at Walt Disney World Resort just got a little pricier. A single-day ticket to Disney's Magic Kingdom will cost you $4 more. Tickets for children ages 3-9 are $93 a day! Visitors 10 and up will pay $99. One-day tickets to Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios have also increased $4.

NUMBER 3 - TACO BELL FOR BREAKFAST?!
Taco Bell is getting into the breakfast business. The company says it's rolling out a new breakfast menu nationwide, beginning March 27th. The menu features traditional items, with a Taco Bell twist. Items include the Waffle Taco, a waffle wrapped around sausage, eggs, cheese and a side of syrup. Or the A.M. Crunchwrap: A tortilla filled with eggs, hash browns, cheese, and bacon.

NUMBER 2 - BIEBER PROTEST A HOAX
We told you about people protesting Justin Bieber's potential move to Atlanta Monday, but the joke's on us. The so-called "protest" was a hoax and the participants were mostly radio station interns! "The Regular Guys," an Atlanta-based radio show, said they were behind everything. They said they made up a fake coalition and gave interviews to news organizations under false names. Bieber's camp has yet to confirm a move to Atlanta.

NUMBER 1 - ARIZONA ANTI-GAY LEGISLATION
Arizona's legislature has passed a controversial bill that would allow business owners to deny service to gay and lesbian customers, as long as they are doing so as an assertion of their religious beliefs. Supporters say the bill protects people against what they see as increasingly-activist federal courts. Opponents say the bill promotes discrimination. Arizona's governor says she will make a decision about whether to veto the bill soon.

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