Actress Tia Mowry is not going to like this: a major photo wire service named Cory Hardrict BEFORE HER in a photo caption. At one time Mowry, 36, was a bigger star than her husband of 6 years. Now she must play second fiddle to him! Tia and her twin sister, Tamera (who co-hosts The Real), were child stars of the popular hit TV series 'Sister, Sister'. The photo caption reads:
'American Sniper' actor Cory Hardrict and his wife, actress, Tia Mowry are spotted at LAX in Los Angeles. Mowry, who starred in 'Sister, Sister' was seen with braids and torn jeans.
Like I said, Tia is not going to like this. Narcissists are very sensitive about things of this nature.
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On-again, off-again model couple Tyson Beckford, 43, and Shanina Shaik, 23, couldn't keep their hands (or lips) off each other after Tyson flew to Australia to see his boo. The Aussie model is in her homeland for runway work. But Tyson, whom many assumed was gay early on his career, couldn't stay away from his lady love. Clearly there's is a Dopamine relationship, which means they won't last long since their bond is purely sexual. Shanina shows where her heart is in this post on Instagram.com.
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Actor Seth Rogan's life has changed drastically over the last 48 hours. Rogan is one of the stars of the controversial Sony film 'The Interview', which shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's head exploding in slow motion at the end of the movie. Rogan and the film's other stars don't go anywhere without personal bodyguards. The film has been pulled by Sony after apocalyptic-type threats from hackers in North Korea who are very unhappy with the film's gory ending (what was Sony thinking?). Sony was the victim of a major cyber hacking that unleashed sensitive emails and other data onto the Internet. Rogan and the film's central figures apparently didn't see any problem with assassinating a living world leader. The graphic ending was edited multiple times to appease critics. In an email leaked on Oct. 6th, Rogan wrote: "We removed the fire from [Jong Un's] hair and the entire wave of secondary head chunks. Please tell us this is over now." According to The Verge, Sony employees are back to using fax machines, landline phones, and slow mail letters to communicate with the outside world.
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