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LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Here are five things to know before you go to bed Dec. 29, 2021.

Champagne

The year 2021 might be going out with a bang, but without a pop, thanks to a shortage on a variety of spirits including the holiday favorite champagne.

Liquor stores across the country are saying there is a shortage of certain wines, rums, tequilas, and sparkling wines.

Experts said supply chain issues are holding up liquor being imported from outside the country.

Dog show

The Westminster Kennel Club’s annual dog show has become the latest event to be postponed or canceled in New York as the number of coronavirus cases surges.

The club’s board of governors announced it was postponing its 2022 event, scheduled for late January, to later in the year. A new date wasn’t given.

Young prodigy

A young prodigy from California earns his bachelors degree at age 15

Jack Rico just earned his degree in history from the University of Nevada Las Vegas.

Before college, his mom homeschooled him for four years.

After taking placement tests he enrolled in college and in two years he earned four associate’s degrees.

Last June he began college classes at UNLV and he graduated this month.

Celebrity divorce

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver’s marriage is officially over more than 10 years after the award-winning journalist petitioned to end her then-25-year marriage to the action star and former California Governor.

Shriver filed for divorce in 2011 after Schwarzenegger disclosed he had fathered a child with a member of their household staff years earlier.

It’s not clear why the process took so long.

Details of the settlement were kept confidential.

New Year’s Eve ball

As millions prepare to celebrate the New Year crews in New York City were out testing the city’s iconic New Year’s Eve ball.

The nearly 12-thousand-pound ball was sent up a 130-foot pole atop One Times Square to make sure all systems are a go for Friday night’s celebrations.