Former Phoenix Suns star Steve Nash is now a Los Angeles Laker thanks to a new sign-and-trade deal that will send the free-agent point guard to the Lakers for future draft picks.
But the deal almost didn't happen according to Nash in a statement to ESPN's Marc Stein.
In the statement Nash said he approached Suns owner Robert Sarver and president of basketball operations Lon Babby and asked them to make the trade happen with LA so he could be closer to his children.
“I approached them and asked if they would be willing to do a sign and trade deal with L.A. because it is very important to me to stay near my children and family. They were very apprehensive and didn’t want to do it. Fortunately for me, they reconsidered.”
The Kardashians rolled out their latest music videot his morning. They don't actually rhyme, they just sing and dance along to the lyrics of Notorious B.I.G.'s classic hit "Hypnotize." But it's worth a few laughs to see Kris Jenner doing the Cabbage Patch.
New viral video puts a spin on the teen gay "It gets better" campaign.
In the video, guys (and a girl) assure socially awkward teenage boys that a certain part of their anatomy will get bigger. "If there's one thing that we need to pass along to these young boys in the most difficult point of their lives, it's this: it's gonna get bigger."
Watch the video after the break. Caution: video contains profane language.
9-time Grammy winner Mary J Blige probably never thought she would become a punch line at this stage in her career. Unfortunately, Mary now finds herself the laughing stock of the industry, after Burger King inadvertently released an unfinished commercial featuring Mary that went viral.
What could have possessed Mary to jump up on a table top and sing the immortal words, "crispy chicken, fresh lettuce, three cheeses, French dressing, wrapped up in a tasty flour tortilla"?
Whatever her motivation was, you can bet Mary regrets signing on to do that commercial.
Now, Mary's fans are uploading their own YouTube videos spoofing Mary's Burger King ad.
And Hot 97 in New York is holding a 'Chicken Idol' Crispy Chicken battle, and inviting celebrities such as 'Love & Hip Hop's Yandy Smith to do their own Mary J impression.
Kids say the darnedest things, but does that mean they are ready to be thrust into the pressure cooker of the entertainment industry? We find out in last night's episode, as T.I. and Tiny decide that their two youngest boys are too cute not to be on TV. T.I. and Tiny fly the boys to LA where they audition for a talent scout and pose for a professional photo shoot.
My favorite scene in the episode is when T.I. asks his youngest son Major why he thinks he [T.I.] is his daddy. "Because you're out of jail," the precocious 3-year-old responds.
"They might be too young," says Tiny, very wisely. She reasons that King, who is 7, "really wanted this opportunity." But does he really? And who should decide what a child really wants or needs -- the child or his parents?
Over the weekend 'Saturday Night Live' aired an unfunny skit featuring SNL's Maya Rudolph as Beyonce, and singer Justin Timberlake as musician Bon Iver. In the skit, Beyonce and Jay Z are visited by their quirky celebrity friends, such as Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift, who stop by to see their daughter -- or son -- Blue Ivy.
Now we know why Beyonce was in the hospital for so long in January after her surrogate allegedly gave birth to her baby, Blue Ivy. Last night, Beyonce stepped out in public for the first time to attend her husband Jay Z's concert at Carnegie Hall. It was her first public appearance since the baby's birth. No one outside of the Metropolitan New York area even knew Jay Z had a concert last night. Which is a strong indication of the media's decreasing interest in him.
It is obvious from these pics that Beyonce had recent breast enhancement surgery. Beyonce wore a red dress with a plunging neckline so the paparazzi could get good shots of her padding, in a desperate attempt to fool the public into believing she's breast feeding. How pitiful is Beyonce? Well, you won't have time to come up with an answer because the attention whore will be in our faces every day for the next few months -- until the paparazzi grows tired of seeing her.