Answer: North Korea
As the name implies, the Rungnado May Day Stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea's capital, was built specifically to recognize the holiday of the same name.
Answer: Madison Keys
Naomi Osaka was defeated by Madison Keys of America in the third round.
Answer: He cried quietly
Overwhelmed by the prison environment, Andy cried very quietly on his first day.
Answer: Fear of the Number 13
Schoenberg (1874-1951) had such a severe case of triskaidekaphobia - or fear of the number 13 - that it is theorized his depression due to such may have contributed to his death. Strangely enough, Schoenberg died on the 13th day of July 1951.
Cher's 1998 hit "Believe" was the first song to use Antares Audio Technologies' Auto-Tune technology.
Answer: Byron Hadley
Byron Hadley cripples the leader of the group that beat Andy.
Goodyear blimps could be spotted at sporting events across America since the 1960 Orange Bowl.
Answer: The Giant Sequoia
The Giant Sequoia in California's Sequoia National Park is about 52,500 cubic feet (1,487 cubic meters) in volume. It has been alive for approximately 2,000 years.
North Korea, also called the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, is located in Asia. To be precise, it is in East Asia. The city of Pyongyang is its capital.
Answer: Walker, Texas Ranger
"Walker, Texas Ranger" gave fans nine seasons of ass kicking via Chuck Norris, who at the time was already over 50 years old.
Frank Darabont, feeling he alone knew what he wanted, decided to have an insert shot of his hands in place of Andy's hands in the movie.
Answer: Being Irish
Red felt that his name was due to his Irish background.
Answer: Thomas Tallis
Facts aren't wholly conclusive, but the general consensus is that William Byrd was a pupil of Thomas Tallis (1505-1585), with the pair spending many years jointly employed under the English crown.
Answer: They made him tend and rear animals
After he was captured by Irish pirates, St. Patrick spent 6 years of his young life taking care of animals before he later escaped.
Answer: The X-Factor
In 2007, "The X-Factor" judges Simon Cowell and Sharon Osborne recommended that a contestant see a throat specialist due to having a "weird-sounding voice". Well she followed their advice, and doctor's discovered she had a potentially-fatal lung disease, which they were able to treat.
Answer: Lazlow Jones
Jeffrey "Lazlow" Jones began his real-life career as a DJ over 30 years ago.