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New York socialite and reality star La La Anthony stopped by Barnes & Noble book store in Atlanta to sign copies of her new book “The Love Playbook: Rules for Love, Sex, and Happiness”. La La is married to NY Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, which makes her something of an expert at advising long-suffering women. Local celebrities Toya Wright and Chaka Zulu (Ludacris‘ manager) showed their support.

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Rihanna and rumoured boyfriend Drake leaving private members club Tramp in Mayfair at 4.30am for the third night in a row

Bajan singer Rihanna joined her bestie Drake for dinner at Novikov London in Mayfair early this morning. Afterwards, they traipsed on over to Tramp Nightclub for drinks. The friends drew the usual crowd of paparazzi and fans who drowned each other out with a cacophony of voices. Drake departed London after only an hour of sleep.
Photos: Squirrel; Splash News

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Actress Britne Oldford walks to the set of Untitled Richard LaGravenese Project filming at A Voce in Columbus Circle in New York City

MTV ‘Skins’ star Britne Oldford never wears her hair in the same style twice. The 21-year-old Toronto native wears her hair curly, straight, wavy, long, short, shoulder length and all stages in between. Today, the Ravenswood star decided to step out as troubled pop idol Justin Bieber. Britne was spotted walking to the set of ABC’s Untitled Richard LaGravenese drama filming at A Voce in Columbus Circle in New York City. Click the link to see what Britne normally looks like when she isn’t going through another hair raising transformation.

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Usain Bolt daggering dance

Olympic gold medal sprinter Usain Bolt is all over the news lately thanks to his unique brand of dirty dancing called ‘Dagger’ or ‘Daggering’. The dance, which simulates a modified missionary position, has not exactly caught fire in America — and for good reason, says American singer/songwriter Ne-Yo.

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Khalil Tatum

Relisha Rudd was absent from school for 30 days before school officials notified the D.C. Child and Family Service Agency on March 13. It was another six days before the agency began their investigation. Now Relisha is the subject of an intense manhunt by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies who believe Kahlil Malik Tatum, 51, killed his wife and took the 8-year-old across state lines to Atlanta.

Tatum is charged with murdering his wife, Andrea Tatum, according to AJC.com. Police believe Tatum has ties to the Atlanta area.

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Drake Parties Without Rihanna At DSTRKT

The photo wire services are all noting that Canadian rapper Drake arrived at DSTRKT nightclub WITHOUT Rihanna, who partied with her bestie, Melissa Forde at the appropriately named Tramp nightclub in Mayfair (London) early this morning. Drake partied with British model Jourdan Dunn, music producer/songwriter Will.I.Am, and others. The party ended early as fans stormed the club and police were called to break up the melee. Drake, who wore a beautifully appointed mink fur coat, was secreted out a side door and into his waiting limo.

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McDonald's tattoo

Stian Ytterdahl, 18, of Norway, was so impressed by his visit to McDonald’s that he had his receipt permanently tattooed on his right arm.

Stian will never forget Monday, March 24 — the day he tasted McDonald’s fast food for the first time.

After telling his friends about his tasty fast food experience, they encouraged him to tattoo the receipt on his arm for posterity.

“It’s funny to think that I have a tattoo no-one else has before,” he told newspaper Romereskes Blad.

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First Citizens bank A bank teller’s careless error made one Athens teenager $31,000 richer, according to a report on Onlineathens.com.

The error occurred on March 7, when a man walked into the First Citizens Bank on U.S. Highway 29 in Athens and made a $31,000 deposit.

Several customers at the bank have the same name as the man, so the teller mistakenly put the deposit into the wrong account.

On March 17, the customer called the bank to report money missing from his account. Bank officials investigated the customer’s report and discovered the teller’s error.

But by that time, the 18-year-old had withdrawn $20,000 from his bank account and spent $5,000 more on purchases made with his ATM card.

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