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June 29th: At The Nail Salon in Beverly Hills
June 29th: Leaving Nate N Al's In Los Angeles
Woke up feeling so grateful! I'm so ready for this next chapter!im so ready for y'all to hear my 🎶🎶❤️it's been a long time..hope it's magic🌋— Hilary Duff (@HilaryDuff) June 28, 2014
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Netflix prison drama Orange Is the New Black is one of the most buzzed-about television shows, and it’s a show that has also earned plenty of praise for its refreshingly varied depictions of sexuality and gender identity. So it’s only right, then, that its stars (and Instagram BFFs) took part in New York City’s Pride parade on Sunday.
Cast members including Yael Stone (Lorna Morello), Samira Wiley (Poussey Washington), Dascha Polanco (Dayanara Diaz), Danielle Brooks (Taystee), Barbara Rosenblat (Miss Rosa) and Matt McGory (Officer Bennett) rode in New York City’s Pride parade Sunday on an Orange-themed float.
Co-star Laverne Cox was also on hand for the celebration, but she had her own VIP car elsewhere in the parade — after all, she is the event’s grand marshal.
Shia LaBeouf is NOT in rehab ... but he IS getting treatment for alcohol addiction ... TMZ has learned.
Shia's rep tells us ... reports that he entered a rehab facility are bogus. She says his bizarre conduct over the last few months is symptomatic of a larger heath issue -- alcohol addiction -- and he understands it.
It sounds like Shia is in a 12-step program. The rep says "he has taken the first of many necessary steps toward recovery."
We also got pics Tuesday showing Shia carrying an AA book for all to see.
Horrible Bosses 2 reunites the first films cast of Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Kevin Spacy, Jamie Foxx and Jennifer Aniston. Chris Pine and Christoph Waltz co-star.
Everyone should be Tim Howard.— Ronan Farrow (@RonanFarrow) July 1, 2014
Tim Howard remains a god. Hanx— Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) July 1, 2014
TIM HOWARD!!!!!!!— Patrick Stewart (@SirPatStew) July 1, 2014
The @RisingStarABC wall has nothing on Tim Howard.— josh groban (@joshgroban) July 1, 2014
I'm putting Tim Howard down as my emergency contact.— Liana Maeby (@lianamaeby) July 1, 2014
USA goalie @TimHowardGK needs to be given the Nobel peace prize! Thank you!!! Go USA!!— Jennifer Carpenter (@J2thecarpenter) July 1, 2014
Someone change Tim Howard's middle name on Wikipedia to "Fucking". #WorldCup2014— Damien Fahey (@DamienFahey) July 1, 2014
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Has Lana Del Rey found amore with another man? It certainly looks that way. The "Young and Beautiful" singer, 28, was photographed this week on what appears to be a romantic trip with her rumored new guy, photographer Francesco Carrozzini, just days after Swiss paper 20 Minuten published an interview in which she reportedly revealed her split from fiance Barrie-James O'Neill.
Del Rey and Carrozzini, the Italian shutterbug son of Vogue Italia Editor-in-Chief Franca Sozzani, were spotted together on Tuesday, July 1, in Portofino, Italy. Photos show them walking side-by-side and cuddling on a bench, with Carrozzini leaning in close to nuzzle her chin.
O'Neill has insisted to TMZ that he and Del Rey are still together, but these pictures seem to suggest otherwise -- and a source tell Us Weekly that the chanteuse and Carrozzini have been seeing each other for "about a month." Reports of the "Ultraviolence" singer's broken engagement first surfaced in late June, when 20 Minuten quoted her as saying she and the Kassidy rocker were "currently not together."
"I will not explain it in detail," she reportedly told the paper. "This was hard on our relationship. I no longer felt free. We'll see how it goes."
Weeks earlier, she had been quoted as saying by The Guardian that O'Neill was a "dark character," and that they had a "difficult road" together. "He has months on end where it's a really dark stretch of writing and waiting," she said. "He has his own total world, so..."
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and yes he's that hot photographer from ANTM
Many were less than thrilled to see canned goods underneath their mystery boxes on the onset of last night’s challenge. It is what it is, but let’s be honest—many Americans depend on them every day. A good chef should have the ability to work with food of all ranges in quality—even the cheap and unglamorous—and as we learned last night, cheap and unglamorous can produce some pretty stunning results when placed in capable hands.
From Elisabeth’s beet and potato soup, to Francis’s fish stock and Victoria’s meat fritters with spicy ketchup, there was no shortage of clever, resourceful dishes featured. Getting rid of the canned taste and smell is tricky enough, but the crew managed to put forth many restaurant quality plates, especially Elisabeth and Ahran.
Welcoming back both Luca from season 4 and Alexander from MasterChef Junior to the MasterChef Kitchen was a proud moment for Gordon, Graham, and myself. Luca has really used the opportunity garnered from this show in a smart and hopefully lucrative way—his catering company is thriving, and the plans for a brick and mortar restaurant in Brooklyn are reality. His pancetta-wrapped veal with Grana Padano is also evidence that his cooking continues to evolve—it was not an easy dish for our home cooks to discern.
Alexander, now at the ripe old age of 14, is one of the most self-possessed home cooks I’ve encountered during my time on any of the MasterChef franchises. That kid is the real deal, and we could not be more thrilled for his bright future in the culinary world.
We really don’t know what Tyler’s intentions were in the MasterChef pantry, but he doesn’t exactly strike me as a cheater. Nevertheless, we can’t keep someone in the game who did not present us with a dish—it’s as simple as that. It’s kind of a shame that he went home over what was likely a huge lapse in concentration, but what were we going to do? No one gets a “do-over” on MasterChef. Jamie was quite upset that her third ramekin of panna cotta went missing, but it was actually her saving grace. She would have gone home otherwise. For me there was no doubt.
Every time someone pronounced panna cotta as panna cahhhtta I died just a little inside. It’s like nails on a chalkboard.
Episode six HERE!
Montana might not have Ramona Pinot Grigio, but there's one thing it's full of, thanks to The Real Housewives of New York City: drama. The ladies' Montana getaway continues and sparks fly between friends Heather Thomson and Kristen Taekman.
Last week, Kristen was not pleased with Heather after the ladies, including a drunk Heather, didn't give geocaching the old college try. Kristen thinks Heather is bossy, and tells her so. This drama spills over to the Tuesday, July 1, episode where Heather and Kristen have some words, again.
"You're mad at me because I called you bossy and you can't own up to it. Why can't you just own up to the fact that you're bossy? You're bossy at work, you're the boss at home," Kristen says. And that's where she crosses a line with Heather.
"Kristen's hurtful, and when you hurt somebody, that's when the mama bear instinct comes out," Heather says in a confessional interview. "You don't fuck with my family, don't fucking play that card, bitch, 'cause it's not going to be pretty."
Heather and Kristen go way back, so this bossy hiccup seems to just be that, a hiccup. But as it tends to happen with Real Housewives fights, something tells us we haven't heard the last fight.
Get the pinot ready and head for the hills, because it’s turtle time. It’s turtle time everywhere Ramona goes, by golly! According to Page Six, Ramona attended a party in Bridgehampton on Saturday, got a bit too turnt up, and misplaced her phone.
The American Heart Association hosted their 18th Heart Ball, to which Singer showed up with her formerly estranged husband Mario Singer. Witnesses say that Ramona was “dancing provocatively all over her husband” in a full-length gold gown. I can’t say that I’m not impressed, because if prom teaches you anything, it’s that it is a feat to grind in evening wear.
After some time, Singer noticed that her phone had been jacked from her purse which was sitting on a nearby table. She became hysterical, shrieking at the event staff that her phone was lost.
As of Monday, there was still no word on the whereabouts of Ra-phone-a. While the housewife emeritus really has a knack for turning even the classiest bash into a frat party — SO MANY RUINED FASHION SHOWS! — we know how violating it feels to have your cell phone stolen.
Fans of LuAnn de Lesseps have reason to celebrate. They'll be seeing her on the eason six reunion show. On Sunday, June 29, one of the show's starring housewives, Carole Radziwill, confirmed that LuAnn was at the reunion filming along with the other housewives.
A fan tweeted Carole asking her who she sat next to at the reunion, which filmed on Friday, June 13. Carole responded that she sat next to Heather Thomson on one side and LuAnn on the other. Carole also made sure to let everyone know that it was she and the other women sitting on her couch that had it together at the reunion by including the hashtag "#sanecouch" in her response.
So who sat on the other couch on the other side of host Andy Cohen? It was likely Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan and Aviva Drescher, since they have supported each other the most over the past season. Aviva definitely wouldn't have sat on the same couch as Carole and Heather since she feuded with both of them after claiming that Carole used a ghostwriter for both of her books.
Being a couch potato can be a social recreation. Don’t believe us?
Case in point is The People’s Couch, a simple show where viewers watch people watching television — and it’s a hit. The U.S. version — it’s based on the British hit “Gogglebox” — debuted last October and the network decided to bring it back for another run, which has now been extended into July with full-hour episodes.
The show is filmed throughout Los Angeles County, from Long Beach to Burbank, and features eight very diverse groups of watchers.
One of those families is the Resnick clan from Long Beach — dad Joseph and sisters Rachel, Nicole and Sarah.
“We tend to always sit in the same positions or spots when we watch television together,” said Rachel. “Doesn’t everyone do that?”
The Resnicks were already close but their three-night-a-week viewings and being on the show has brought them even closer. “At the start of all this, it seemed like a strange concept, but I get it now. We even love watching the others on the show,” she said.
sources: Eonline, Bustle, Examiner, DailyNews
PERFORMING new music tonight!
Tonight, Lady Gaga will be headlining at the world's greatest jazz festival in Montreal, along with Tony Bennet.
They will be debuting 4 new songs off their upcoming duet album "Cheek To Cheek".
An "insider" posted this on the PopJustice forum alleging that Britney was offered various songs from known producers but when it became evident that she wouldn't be promoting the album they decided to offer them elsewhere. They also stated that will.i.am is adamant that Britney did co-write on every song on the album, rather than simply changing a few words
"I filmed will.i.am's scrapped MTV special. He's credited as executive producer because he organised the writing and recording of half the final tracklist, and about 30 other songs that didn't make it because they were too personal and involving. It was decided Britney wasn't going to promote the album, so a lot of tracks reverted back to their producers/other artists, e.g. Leah McFall's new song, Cheryl's next single. Britney did co-wrote every track she's credited on. My interviewer bluntly asked if it was "a case of change a word, take a third", and will snapped back she wrote on almost everything."
"Whilst will.i.am didn't explain any of this, I think the logic is Britney Jean had to come in at a set cost, otherwise you have an expensive album that won't make a profit because there is no proper promotion planned and it's expected to shift a limited quantity. That means either producers accept less £££ for tracks, or they take them back.
will.i.am doesn't do stuff for the money, so I imagine he was okay with getting paid peanuts or probably nothing at all, with the guarantee his main song on the album Work Bitch was a single. Who knows? Same for David Guetta. But other producers like Dr Luke probably less likely to agree to that, especially when they know none of their music is ever going to be released as a single or even performed live.
Dr Luke would make more money turning his demo for Britney into a G.R.L or Bonnie McKee single, even with middle-of-the-road success, just due to the songwriting credits and it being a single."
They should have taken their time and release Britney Jean during her February-April break it's obvious that it still needed some work done
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Katy Perry launched new fragrance Royal Revolution by sharing the regal poster on Instagram. She looks typically flawless in a blue skirt and jacket combination with elaborate gold detail. The 29-year-old also happens to be wearing a Cher-tastic headdress and is standing next to a suit of armor. It’s certainly an interesting look for the globe-trotting diva.
According to the pop queen’s website, Royal Revolution is “an irresistible floral fragrance that’s as beautiful as it is bold, as royal as it is rebellious”. So far, so good. It also “conquers at first breath with notes of pink freesia, mystical blackthorn, jasmine and vanilla orchid.” How wonderful. I’ve always loved the aroma of mystical blackthorn.
It looks amazing in blue. What new perfumes have you bought this year, ONTD? Any special scents for summer?
“I don’t think ['Planet Hulk'] is the way to go yet,” Mark Ruffalo recently told MTV. “I think you need more Banner. The whole thing is just him as Hulk, on a planet, fighting other gladiators.” And at first, this seemed like an about face from the actor who not that long said Marvel was considering a Hulk standalone movie, with "Planet Hulk" long rumored to be the source material. But if you close one rumor window, another one opens, so strap in. And by the way, there will be big spoilers ahead.
Over at HitFix, Drew McWeeney dives into the latest round of rumors by starting with the ending of "The Avengers: Age Of Ultron" (told you, there will be spoilers), which finds Bruce Banner on a Quinjet, and blasted to some pre-programmed co-ordinates in outer space. And from there, McWeeney posits not quite so unbelievably that we'll see a Phase Three film that will team up Hulk and the "Guardians Of The Galaxy" for a new adventure.
And the idea makes sense. As we've long said, Hulk is the kind of character that works better in concentrated doses, while the folks of Guardians are still somewhat new to the mainstream public at large, even if spinoffs are being considered. We'd reckon before any of the latter happens, Marvel would prefer to build their universe, and give more facetime to the entire ensemble, before making "Groot: The Movie."
Thoughts? The idea is an intriguing one, but we would presume it all rests on the numbers for 'Guardians,' though even from this far out, the buzz is building so much that it's almost guaranteed to be a hit on its August 1st opening weekend. But it'll be interesting to see what kind of legs it has afterward.
Homeward bound: Luis Suarez waves to Uruguayan fans after he was banished from the World Cup in Brazil.
The president then covered his mouth to feign shock at what he had just said, but when asked by the journalist if he wanted to rectify his comments, he responded: 'Publish it.'
As the Bravo talk show celebrates its fifth anniversary, its host talks to The Hollywood Reporter about Craig Ferguson's replacement, his efforts to woo Michelle Obama, his favorite interviews and which episode he wishes he could erase from existence.
This story first appeared in the July 4 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
If Jimmy Kimmel is late-night television's prankster and Jon Stewart is its wiseass, Andy Cohen is the resident "shit-stirrer." It's his own descriptor, and it's fitting given his background as a top Bravo programming executive and host of the network's often-controversial Real Housewives reunion specials. In the half-decade since Cohen, 46, transitioned in front of the camera, he has used his now nightly platform at Watch What Happens Live! to persuade his guests, be they Bravo talent or top-shelf movie stars, to throw back a cocktail and dish. Discussions in his Tic Tac-sized studio, dubbed the Clubhouse, can range from Mariah Carey reflecting on the 2001 box-office bomb that was Glitter to Oprah Winfrey addressing the juicy, unauthorized biography Kitty Kelley wrote about her in 2010.
As the only truly live, interactive series in late night, WWHL has been able to establish a niche with pop culture-loving females. Thus far this year, the New York-set series is averaging 977,000 weekly viewers, up 5 percent from the same period a year earlier. And Cohen, who spent 10 years as a CBS News producer before jumping to cable, is committed to luring more eyeballs, through bigger guest bookings (Madonna remains atop the wish list), social media outreach (via his 1.4 million Twitter followers) and a follow-up to his New York Times best-seller (The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year, out in November).
As Cohen celebrates his fifth anniversary, THR caught up with the Watch What Happens Live host and executive producer to discuss his best (and worst) shows, the crowded late-night landscape and that somewhat embarrassing note his boss, Bravo and Oxygen Media president Frances Berwick, gave him earlier this year.
You're five years in: What do you know now that you wish you knew then?
When we started, we didn't have a fan in the Clubhouse, [which is small and gets very hot,] so I was sweating my ass off. That was a big revelation year two. (Laughs.) The other thing, and I knew it then but I didn't trust myself enough to do it, is to just be myself. I was scared to do that in the beginning.
There are many hosts vying for late-night eyeballs today. Where do you fit in in the landscape?
I'm a cross between an enthusiast and a shit-stirrer. I have a deep love of pop culture and an excitement about it that I hope comes through. And yet, because of my background not only at CBS News but stirring things up on reunion shows and being a lifelong Howard Stern listener, those are things that I carry with me, too. I often think: "Wouldn't it be fun if this was just a little bit dangerous, and we could play a game where you had to answer questions?" When people come on our show, they feel looser, and we wind up going places that maybe they wouldn't go elsewhere.
You've had Oprah, Cher and Lady Gaga on the show. Who's still on your guest wish list?
I love music people. I'd love Beyonce or Justin Timberlake. I'd still love Madonna, and I think that'll happen. The best guests for me are people who I'm actually a big fan of and very invested in. And we're working on the first lady, too. She and I spoke about it, and she said, "I think that's a thing we could do later in Barack's second term." I loved that answer because what that said to me is, when she comes, she's going to go for it.
What's the first question you'd want to ask Michelle Obama?
I'd just like to see her drinking something other than water, frankly.
Following the success of shows like yours, you saw a deluge of cable networks from FX to MTV try to jump into the late-night space, and many of them have since retreated. Why didn't they work? What were they missing?
It's usually about the guy or the woman who's there. You either click or you don't.
You spent several years on the executive side, where it was your job to identify talent.
What do you look for in a late-night host?
Someone that's funny, open, comfortable and has the energy. I worked in morning television for eight years, and it's a really specific thing where people are finicky about who they want to let in in the morning. I think the same thing goes for when you're laying in bed: Who do you want to fall asleep to? I rarely watch our show back, but when I do, I see myself and I'm like, "Man, I'm screaming. Calm down, dude." I worry sometimes when I see myself: Oh God, would I want to be going to sleep with this?
Chelsea Handler is wrapping her E! show at the end of the summer and moving to Netflix. Any advice for her?
Oh my God, I wouldn't venture to give Chelsea Handler advice about anything. I don't think she needs or wants my advice!
CBS has yet to name a replacement for Craig Ferguson on The Late Late Show. Who should get that gig?
I'd love to see a format change. It would be interesting if someone, whoever it is, did
a different show. Or what if [Stephen] Colbert did his show at 11:30 from the desk for the first 15 minutes? There's an opportunity there to shake up the way it's done.
Who's the person to do that?
I had Wanda Sykes on my show recently, and I thought, "God, Wanda would be great." I love Joel McHale. And I think Kathy Griffin could do something interesting there. It's 12:30 a.m. -- I'd like to see something really edgy.
Would you be interested in that franchise if it were presented to you?
I couldn't be doing a show that's more a version of myself if I tried, and so I'm just grateful for the opportunity that Bravo has given me. I'd never trivialize what they're letting me do every night at 11 -- and live! There was a misconception early on when this launched that I had [greenlighted] my own show or that I was somehow running rogue. This is a business, it's a ratings game. I knew in that first episode order of 13 episodes at midnight, which is what it was, that if the ratings weren't good it would be gone. And that hasn't changed: If the ratings aren't good now, they'll put someone else in there.
What kind of notes do you get from Bravo executives?
I've gotten very few notes, but there was a very funny one that I got earlier this year from [Bravo president] Frances Berwick, when I had come back from vacation. Her note was, "It's time to shave the beard." (LOL. We were all thinking it.)
Looking ahead, what would you like to do with the show that you haven't already?
We've gone to SXSW twice, and that festival feels very us because we're the only interactive live show in late night. I want to continue to go there, and I love the idea of other road trips and getting outside of the studio. And I really hope to grow the show by getting more big-name guests, too, which we're doing.
If you could take an episode back -- erase it from existence -- which would it be?
It's live TV, so there have been some that are just total duds, and you walk out of there like, "Oh God, that was horrible." I remember we had [Today co-host] Willie Geist booked on the same night when we had this woman who was jokingly referred to on the Orange County Housewives as Jesus Barbie, Alexis Bellino, and it was the night that Obama announced at like 10:50 p.m. that Osama bin Laden had been taken out. I sent Willie Geist home because I knew as a serious newsman he couldn't come on my show. It wasn't appropriate. I decided at the beginning of the episode that I have a responsibility to tell people what's going on even if it was weird coming from me. We'd had 2 million people who were just watching the Housewives, and they hadn't changed the channel yet and they didn't know. I get the minute-by-minute [ratings] of our show, and I knew what was going to happen: We started the show with 1 million viewers, and then as soon as I made the announcement it was like, boom, they all changed the channel.
We've seen a lot of turnover in late night. Which of the competitive shows are you watching and perhaps enjoying?
I'm watching [The Tonight Show with Jimmy] Fallon. He's a good buddy of mine. I feel like he's brought a new energy to late night, and I love what they're doing over there. They're just consistently creative. I don't know how any of them sleep -- all I know is that they're making the rest of us look lazy.
ANDY COHEN'S FIVE FAVORITE INTERVIEWS
“I’m a huge Oprah fan, and I felt like she did an Oprah trust fall with me,” he says, noting that there were a lot of potentially uncomfortable topics he was eager to address, including the last time she smoked pot (answer: right before her talk show went into syndication). “She got on a long tangent about how big her boobs are, which was interesting.”
Cohen suggests having Streep in the Clubhouse was a big turning point for the show, particularly in terms of other celebrity bookings. “People took us more seriously after that,” he acknowledges, noting that Streep told him specifically that she did his show because she was looking to reach women. “She was as Meryl as she could be,” he adds. “It was perfection.”
The Real Housewives stars
“They’ve been the bread and butter of the show,” he says of the Real Housewives stars. Cohen, who executive produces the franchise, likens his relationship with the Housewives to Howard Stern’s with his Wack Pack. “Howard can interview a member of the Wack Pack for an hour, and then he can go on and interview Julia Roberts,” he says. “The Housewives are my Wack Pack.”
Will Ferrell and Steve Carell
Cohen says the Ferrell/Carell interview, pegged to Anchorman 2, was “really big” for him because the A-list booking didn’t come through a personal relationship. In fact, he had never met either of them. “It’s always just shocking to me when someone I’ve never met who is a huge star chooses to do the show,” he says, maintaining that sense of wonderment five years in.
Dan Rather and John Mayer
There are few things that tickle Cohen more than a zany mix of guests, and the pairing of Rather and Mayer was among the zaniest. (Vying for that spot also is Clay Aiken and Jenna Jameson, who appeared on a WWHL episode in March 2012.) Says Cohen:“When you have that kind of weird combination on, people are like, ‘Oh my God, you’re kidding me. I have to see that.’ ”
[I love me some Andy.]
Hard to believe that it has been 15 years since Bill Murray starred in Wes Anderson’s whip smart coming-of-age comedy, Rushmore, playing the unlikely father figure to a wayward male youth in a private-school uniform. In the first trailer for St. Vincent, from writer/director Theodore Melfi, Bill Murray appears to dust off that archetype by playing another unlikely father figure to a male youth in a private-school uniform. Only this time around, the boy has a hard-working mother (played by Melissa McCarthy) rather than a father, and Murray’s character is a broke war vet rather than a fabulously wealthy industrialist.
Having seemingly spent all of his money on over-the-top accessories that telegraph his eccentricity—Ray Charles-style wraparound sunglasses, a long-haired white cat, a cut-off T-shirt, a convertible with wood paneling, and a hideous bicep tattoo—Murray’s character Vincent is broke. As such, he agrees to “babysit” his new 12-year-old neighbor (played by Jaeden Lieberher) by teaching him about race tracks, bars, fist fights, and a pregnant Russian stripper (played by Naomi Watts and a liberal spray tan) in their coming-of-age journey together. Sadly, the trailer seems a bit underwhelming for a comedy featuring two of the funniest people alive in the promising (if hackneyed) scenario of raising a kid together. But who are we kidding—the trailer could have been 30 seconds of black screen and, knowing that Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy are starring, we would still see the movie anyway.
St. Vincent arrives in theaters October 24.
Here for this entire cast tbh.
I figured ONTD could relate to the very first scene of the trailer, what w/ the student loans & all.
That said, do you have a mentor, ONTD?
Little Lord Scott Disick is summering in Southampton this year for Kourtney & Khloe Take The Hamptons, and he's just released a list of his must-haves for the season. You know, just the basics, like a $400k car and a $32k watch, so that his fans can have the summer of their dreams too!
On Disick's list?
A Rolex Yacht-Master II watch ($32,000), Lamborghini Aventador ($400,000), Louis Vuitton travel luggage set (around $20,000), Garrett Leight sunglasses ($315), and of course, personalized Solid & Striped swim trunks which read "Lord Disick" ($150).
The reality star has been living large while in the posh Long Island, New York beach enclave. While filming for the reality show, Disick, Kourtney, Khloe and kids Mason, 4, and Penelope, 23 months, have been staying in a Southampton Gambrel waterfront rental which is on the market for almost $14 million.
The 8,900-square foot, five bedroom estate sits on three lush acres and is surrounded by water and includes a private dock which can house 2-3 boats and other fun water toys.
So.. you can either buy all of that cool stuff and be a cool guy, OR you can pay your rent for literally 10 years. Your choice.
"Remember that time Trey Songz flooded Nicki Minaj’s studio with roses, to say ‘thank you for working on my album?’ Well, it was a very sweet gesture, but Trigga is really making it difficult for other guys to impress the YMCMB rapper — and that’s exactly what he wants.
"I don’t want nobody else to impress Nicki Minaj, that’s why I sent her a couple thousand flowers," he told MTV News on the 2014 BET Awards red carpet on Sunday (June 29).
"Nicki’s phenomenal, to see her at this point in her career… I remember when we both started and we both were trying to achieve a certain level of success, and to see her doing so well and being such a dominant woman in this game, I think it’s great," he added.
"To be working with her again on my album, I think it’ll be one of the biggest records of my career yet again, [that] I’ll share with her. And I’m just happy we’re celebrating one another."
With all of that said, we’re waiting for the video now. "It might happen," he said, trying to play coy. "We might shoot a video. That’s all I’m gonna say — we might." [...] So basically, yes, they will shoot a video."
"Trigga" is in stores and online everywhere. I bought it, did you?
Video at the source.
One of TV’s most vocal watchdog groups is calling on NBC to change the air time of Sunday’s Miley Cyrus concert special and rate the program for mature audiences only. . .or not broadcast it at all.
But San Antonio’s NBC affiliate, WOAI, is sure its network won’t be pulling — or delaying — the 8 p.m. two-hour special, “Miley Cyrus: Bangerz Tour.”
WOAI general manager John Seabers went on to assure viewers that the program “will follow FCC guidelines absolutely.”
“Is she going to do twerking or something like that?” he added. “I don’t know. But my guess is that because this is controlled in a different way, you’ll see a more broadcast friendly program.”
The head of the Parents Television Council (PTC) doesn’t agree, pointing out that Cyrus is famous for her sexually provocative material and that 9 p.m. — 8 p.m. in San Antonio and a large percentage of the rest of the country — is still considered family viewing time, when such objectionable programs shouldn’t air.
“Miley Cyrus built her career on the backs of teens, ‘tweens’ and their parents. But the content of her Bangerz Tour is wildly inappropriate for children and families, and NBC knows it,”PTC president Tim Winter noted in a press release. “Given that her concert performances have been sexually graphic, laced with profanity and celebrating illegal drug use, NBC should reconsider its decision to air this program on the publicly owned airwaves altogether. But if NBC does air the program, then the network has an affirmative obligation not to air it during a time when children are likely to be in the audience, and they must rate the program TV-MA.”
In the same press release, PTC included media descriptions of the Cyrus concert, such as a quote from the New York Daily News, which states that her Bangerz performances started with a parental advisory, warning explicit content, before she went on “to ride an oversized hotdog, simulate a sex act on a dancer dressed as Bill Clinton and wear a costume printed with cannabis leaves.”
Though WOAI’s Seabers acknowledged he hasn’t seen the special — which is described as a mix of performance footage from Cyrus’ concerts in Spain and Portugal as well as behind-the-scenes footage of the singer engaging with her crew and fans — he’s confident that the over-the-air broadcast won’t be over-the-top offensive.
“What she does for a broadcast television station is obviously going to be different from what she does in her live shows. . .or on MTV,” Seabers said. “We operate with different standards, and artists and producers are well aware of that fact.”
Besides, he reminded, it’s not live, so “there are elements of constraint. It’s probably produced more with an eye for a youth audience.”
In any event, he added, “parents have the ultimate control.”
In other words, if you’re concerned, either keep your kids from watching or watch with them so you can monitor the content.