Pop singer Katy Perry was seen leaving the Miu Miu fashion show during Paris Fashion Week in France this morning. This time she dressed more appropriately in Miu Miu from head-to-toe. LOVE the studded bag. Photo: Splash News Online
Rapper-turned-designer Kanye West debuted his DW Fall/Winter 2012 line during Paris Fashion Week yesterday. Singer Alicia Keys and her music producer husband, Swizz Beatz; socialite Kim Kardashian, rap mogul Sean Combs and his concubine Cassie; rapper Common, actress Rosario Dawson, rapper-turned-Hasidic Jew, Shyne; and others sat in the front row at Kanye West's runway showing Paris, France.
Halle Berry desperately wants to move her autistic daughter Nahla to France against the advice of her longtime attorney -- so she fired him last week. Halle reportedly rejected her attorney's advice that a move to France would not be in her daughter's best interest. But Halle is determined to move her daughter to France where doctors believe autistic children can be cured of their disorder.
French doctors practice controversial methods of treating autistic children. In France, autism is treated more like a behavioral problem than a psychological diagnosis.
The Academy award winning actress is no longer being represented by her long-time respected attorney, Neil Hersh. Berry hired Stephen Kolodny several weeks ago to be her new lawyer, he has represented Mel Gibson and Whitney Houston in the past.
"The fact is that Halle just didn't want to listen to the advice she was being given about not pursuing a move to France with Nahla right now,” the source says. “Halle just can't understand why it would take so long for the judge to decide, but this is a drastic move to a foreign country. Halle was told to wait six months and perhaps as a result of the parenting classes that both Gabe and Halle are taking right now, they might be able to work out a new custody agreement without having to go to court.
'Jersey Shore' cast member Snooki finally confirms she is pregnant. The portly reality TV star graces the cover of the March 16 issue of US Weekly.
After weeks of rumors, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi confirms exclusively in the new Us Weekly that she is 15 weeks pregnant -- and engaged to her beau of one and a half years Jionni LaValle. We think the baby's father is Lavelle, but it really could be anybody's.
Snooki says she got the news that she was pregnant following a drunken binge on New Year's day. She had gone to the doctor because of what she thought was a lingering hangover.
The new issue of US Weekly hits newsstands Friday. It will be interesting to see how many copies of the magazine sells.
What does a narcissist do when she wants her narcissistic supply 24/7, but she can't find a man who's willing to get her pregnant? Answer: she adopts a baby.
According to OK! magazine's cover story, on newsstands Thursday, Kim Kardashian, 31, has begun the process of adopting a baby as a single mother.
"Kim has always been very maternal," an insider says. "Of the three sisters, she's the one who's been saying that she's ready for kids the longest."
"It's all top secret, but the adoption is already underway," a source explains. "Kim is ready. She's made inquiries and gotten information. Now she just has to decide where she wants the baby to come from."
If Kim is successful, and the adoption goes through, it will be another Hollywood baby whose sole purpose in life is to bring attention to it's mother -- Kim Kardashian, who isn't capable of loving anyone but herself. How sad.
Brighter side of Darkness was 20th Century Records' answer to the Jackson 5 back in the 1970s. Their gold single, "Love Jones," dropped in 1972, and the group's debut album of the same name was released the following year. If I'm not mistaken, these kids had only one hit, and "Love Jones" was it.
But listen to the words:
What is a love jones? Shucks, doll
It's when you love someone very, very much
And you just can't seem to get yourself together
The singer is describing the effects of Dopamine on his young brain. When we don't know how to describe what we're feeling, we assume we're in love, when we're really not. We're just under the powerful effects of Dopamine -- Nature's way of making you hawt for the person you are attracted to -- and hopefully, the result is that you have sex and reproduce. Then the Dopamine fades (within 2 months to 2 years) and you are left wondering what you ever saw in the person you thought you was attracted to. This is part of the reason why divorce rates are so high. 'Irreconcilable differences' simply means the sex was good and you thought you were in love, so you got married. But remember, sex has nothing to do with love!
Feeling the pressure of a tough reelection campaign, President Barack Obama got gully with Fox News' White House correspondent Ed Henry during a press conference today.
According to the Huffington Post, Obama was asked a question about high gas prices, which some have warned will increase if a war with Iran breaks out.
"Your critics will say on Capitol Hill that you want gas prices to go higher, because you have said before that will wean the American people off fossil fuels onto renewable fuels. How do you respond to that?" said Henry.
Referring to himself in the third person (as most narcissists do), President Obama said, “Ed, just from a political perspective, do you think the President of the United States, going into reelection, wants gas prices to go up even higher?"
Turning to the rest of the media, the president asked, "Is there anybody here who thinks that makes a lot of sense?”
Britain's Prince Harry raced Jamaican track star Usain Bolt in the 100 yard dash -- and beat him! But it was all in fun: Bolt was only running at 25% of his maximum speed. Prince Harry left Usain Bolt in his wake as he crossed the finish line at the Usain Bolt Track at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica today.
Before the Royal foot race began, the two men stretched together on the track. Prince Harry is in Jamaica as part of a Diamond Jubilee Tour, representing Queen Elizabeth II, including Belize, the Bahamas, Jamaica and Brazil.
The West Indian island of Jamaica gained its independence from London, England in 1962. But Jamaican currency still features a prominent image of Queen Elizabeth on one bill.
Photos by Chris Jackson/Getty Images South America
At first I thought the headline read, "Michael Vick". But this time it's the Philadelphia Eagle's star quarterback's younger brother, Marcus Vick, who is in trouble with the law.
According to the Atlanta Journal, the former Virginia Tech and Miami Dolphins player was arrested Sunday in Newport News, VA, and jailed on charges of failing to appear in court to answer charges of driving with a suspended license.
Vick must spend at least 10 days in jail for ignoring court orders. After he serves his sentence, Vick will be transferred to Virginia's Montgomery County, where he is wanted on another warrant for failing to appear for a civil case there.
Will those Vick boys ever learn? This is what happens when parents emphasize sports and material things over getting a good education.
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?
Last night, VH1 premiered the music video for Monica Brown and Brandy's lackluster duet "It All Belongs To Me". Veteran director Chris Robinson doesn't stray far from the song's concept of 2 fabulously wealthy women who give their men everything they could ever want -- only to take it all back when they find out their men cheated on them.
"It All Belongs To Me" was written by Hip Hop producer of the moment, Rico Love. The song, with its socially conscious lyrics about Facebook and Twitter, is the wrong vehicle for Monica's powerhouse vocals. It's obvious that Monica toned down her vocals so she wouldn't overpower Brandy's.
And what kind of message does this video send to their young fans? In the video, the roles of women and men have been switched. And now women are the bread winners who lavish gifts on their men, including jewelry, clothing, and expensive cars -- all of which are used by their men to impress other women.
Oprah gives viewers a sneak preview of her sit-down interview with Whitney Houston's family; her daughter, Bobbi Kristina; her brother, Gary Houston; and her sister-in-law, Patricia Houston. The special episode of "Oprah's Next Chapter" airs on Oprah's struggling OWN Network next Sunday at 9/8c.
Bobbi Kristina shares personal memories of her mom and how she would like the iconic superstar to be remembered.
Although Oprah's TV special gives the impression that Whitney's surviving daughter, Bobbi, is doing well, the current issue of the National Enquirer (on newsstands now) tells a different story. The March 12, 2012 cover features new photos of Bobbi Kristina smoking a big bowl of weed through a bong. It's doubtful that Oprah asked if Bobbi Kristina was going to a drug rehab anytime soon.
According to emails revealed by Wikileaks today, the U.S. Marines did not bury Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden at sea following his execution in a Pakistan raid by Navy seals on May 2, 2011.
Instead, the classified emails reveal that bin Laden's body was “bound for Dover, [Delaware] on [a] CIA plane” and then “onward to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Bethesda [Maryland]..."
That account makes more sense than the original version that was fed to the world by the Obama administration -- that Bin Laden's bullet-riddled body was washed, wrapped and buried at sea in accordance with Muslim tradition.
The emails were leaked from the U.S. intelligence firm Stratfor, which is sometimes referred to as the “shadow CIA” by some in the media.
The Internet is buzzing about Kim Kardashian's generous $200,000 "donation" to charity, which is supposedly double the value of the wedding gifts she received.
But anyone who runs a business knows that charitable donations can be deducted from your income tax. So she really didn't lose a penny.
Kardashian's soon-to-be ex-husband, NBA star Kris Humphries, says Kim's charitable donation is not good enough. He thinks she should give the gifts back too. Humphries was duped by Kim into marrying her for a made-for-TV wedding. The marriage ended 72 days later -- after the taping of her reality show wrapped.