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    Ten months after her twin Tia welcomed her first child, Tamera Mowry-Housley is now expecting a baby of her own, the actress confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.

    “Adam and I are excited about having a baby and the blessing that he or she will bring to our lives and to our family and friends,” Mowry-Housley, 33, tells PEOPLE.

    “We can’t wait to meet this little miracle!”

    The expectant mom and Housley, a National and International correspondent for FOX News, will welcome their first child in early November.

    “The first trimester was a little rough. I was extremely fatigued and had morning sickness — more like evening sickness,” says Mowry-Housley, who will star on FOX’s new pilot , Rebounding.

    “Luckily, it has subsided in my second trimester. I feel great as of now, more like myself.”

    The news comes as a bit of a surprise. After tying the knot with Housley, 40, last May, the newlyweds made it clear that kids weren’t in their immediate future.

    But the couple’s stance on the subject shifted after an “amazing” trip to South Africa — and, subsequently, a huge change of heart.

    “It’s just so beautiful there and you get a whole new perspective on life, the things that really matter,” she explains to PEOPLE. “Adam and I looked at each other and said, ‘Why wait?’”

    But while the announcement may have come as a shock to some, Tia — who is mom to son Cree Taylor — not only saw it coming, but she was more than ready for it!

    “Her first reaction [when I called to tell her] was, ‘I KNEW it!’” the reality star — who will appear alongside her sister on the second season of Tia & Tamera, premiering June 11 on the Style Network – shares. “Tia is beyond thrilled. Cree now has a play date in the future!”


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    Dear Barbz, your leader has returned. After a nine-day Twitter hiatus, Nicki Minaj has come back to the social networking site — minus several million followers, however.

    It was April 15 when Nicki drove her legion of fans crazy by disappearing from the site on which she was among the most popular in the world. "A voice in my head told me to delete my Twitter and that's what I did," Minaj said during an interview in the U.K. "I had 11 million followers and I hope they will wait for me."

    At press time, Nicki had 125,000 followers after only a short time back, but it's a safe bet that number will grow exponentially within the coming days. All of Nicki's pervious tweets seem to be intact, minus the few that she sent right before she pulled the plug on her handle. "Like seriously, its but so much a person can take. Good f--king bye," she wrote before vanishing from the social networking site.

    Minutes before she stepped away from Twitter, the Young Money star got into a digital dust-up with a fan site that she accused of posting illegal music. Because of the short time that elapsed between the beef and the deletion of her account many assumed that the incident was the deciding factor in Ms. Minaj's choice to leave — not the case, she says.

    "Let's set the record straight because a lot of times I don't speak on things, but I don't want people to think that's why I deleted my Twitter," she told Capital FM in the U.K. "I just needed a moment to myself. Because some page posted things about me — I mean, I've read horrible things about myself. I wouldn't delete my Twitter over that."


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  • 04/25/12--09:21: Celebrity picture post
  • Nicole Richie

    Mischa Barton leaves a Party in Hancock Park - April 24, 2012

    Ashlee Simpson and Vincent Piazza with Bronx in New York

    Jennie Garth on The Extra

    Lauren Conrad

    Cheryl Cole at Radio 1 studios

    Camilla Belle, Alexa Chung, Naomi Watts, liv Tyler and Leelee Sobieski Sobieski at the Chanel artists dinner at Tribeca


    Kourtney Kardashian

    Vanessa Hudgens

    Julianne Hough

    Jessica Alba in Seoul

    Jennifer Garner at CinemaCon

    Greta Gerwig

    Sarah Jessica Parker at the Imperial theatre

    Katherine Heigl

    Emily Atack

    Jordana Brewster

    Tara Palmer Tomkinson

    Dionne Bromfield

    Anna Paquin in Santa Monica

    Victoria Beckham in Hong Kong

    Rumer Willis

    Tulisa Contostavlos stops by Radio 2

    Tila Tequila, Aubrey O Day, Christina Millian and Taylor Armstrong at a Star magazine party

    Katherine McPhee

    Fearne Cotton arriving at the radio 1 studios

    Eva Longoria goes to El beso

    Jason Segel

    Pete Wentz and Meagan Camper

    Charlize Theron leaving the NBC studios

    Lara Stone goes to Nobu in London

    Lucy Pinder at the premiere of Strippers vs Werewolves 

    Jeremy Piven filming Mr Selfridge

    Josh Dushamel at a red cross event

    Irina Shayk promoting Intimissim bras in London

    Claire Holt - BritWeek Launch Event in LA - April 24

    Courtney Stodden wants her picture take in LA

    Jessica Jane Clement

    Kaley Cuoco

    Kate Bosworth 

    Olivia Palermo

    Selena Gomez at Kmart

    Helen Mirren at Madeo restaurant

    Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas

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    Even though he has never been any of these things in real life, Gary Oldman has slipped seamlessly into the film roles of a violent, dreadlocked pimp; a vampire count; and a man who sliced off his own face. Now can he play the part of the director of a live concert broadcast, without having done it before?

    Jack White believes he can, and has tapped Mr. Oldman, the Academy Award-nominated star of last fall’s “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy,” to direct an online stream of a concert he will perform on April 27 at Webster Hall in Manhattan to promote the April 24 release of Mr. White’s solo album “Blunderbuss.”

    “It just fell from the sky,” Mr. Oldman said of his unlikely assignment. “Occasionally you get calls and they just drop in. I didn’t have to think very quickly about it. I just said, ‘Yeah, that sounds very good.’”

    The concert, which will be shown online at 9 p.m. Eastern time on April 27 at, is the latest entry in the American Express Unstaged series, a two-year-old program that has paired Arcade Fire with Terry Gilliam; My Morning Jacket with Todd Haynes; and Mary J. Blige with Adam Shankman for concert Webcasts. A 2011 Unstaged event for which Coldplay was directed by Anton Corbijn drew more than 19 million streams, press representatives for the series said.

    En route to Mr. White’s home base in Nashville, Mr. Oldman said in a telephone interview that Mr. White selected him after being told he could choose any director “within reason.” (When you are a rock star who says he learned to weld from Bob Dylan, apparently all things are attainable.)

    Mr. Oldman, a long time fan of Mr. White’s music, happily accepted. Of Mr. White’s former duo the White Stripes, Mr. Oldman said they were “the band that you were amazed to find out was just drums and guitar – it was two of them and it sounded like six of them.”

    Since accepting the invitation, Mr. Oldman said he has been batting around ideas in e-mails with Mr. White, who is not exactly known for his embrace of modern technology.

    “These are not extensive e-mails,” Mr. Oldman explained with a laugh. “These are one-liners, two-liners. A question and then he writes back and says, ‘Yeah, that’s cool.’ I think he probably uses it reluctantly, out of necessity. I don’t think he has a cellphone.”

    Better known for acting in the “Harry Potter” and “Dark Knight” movies (among numerous others), Mr. Oldman has directed the occasional music video and short film, as well as the 1997 feature “Nil By Mouth,” for which he also wrote the screenplay. (“But that was in the old days when we shot it all on film,” Mr. Oldman said.)

    Asked if he had any previous experience directing live broadcasts, Mr. Oldman said, “No. No. No.” Still, he was confident he could handle the 12 or 13 cameras he would be overseeing from a control room in the bowels of Webster Hall.

    “It’s very much a collaboration,” Mr. Oldman said of the event. “It’s not just me sitting in the driving seat – you’re dependent on a lot of people for this to really run smoothly. But we’re all driven by vibrancy and the energy of Jack White. He’s the man at the helm, so to speak.”

    Though his movie characters include a famous pianist and a notorious bassist, Mr. Oldman said he should not be expected to join in with Mr. White’s band.

    “I’m a bit rusty on the music side,” he said. Although, he added, “I’ve been playing the ukulele a lot lately, actually.”

    Of course he has.

    More HERE, don't wanna crash everyone's browsers with a ton of videos


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    Thenewno2 announces the release of their second full-length album, 'thefearofmissingout', on 6th August 2012 through H.O.T. Records Ltd. The album was produced by pHd, the moniker for band members and Grammy Award winners Dhani Harrison and Paul Hicks, and recorded in both Los Angeles and London. thenewno2 have confirmed they will be playing Lollapalooza 2012 in Chicago (3-5 Aug) and will announce a full UK tour soon.

    Following their debut album You Are Here (2009), primarily written and recorded by Harrison, 'thefearofmissingout' is the first recording as a band featuring Harrison, Hicks, Jonathan Sadoff, Jeremy Faccone, Nick Fyffe and Frank Zummo.

    Employing a combination of live and programmed instruments and adding in obscure samples to create an intricate collage of electronica sounds, the sonic textures in thefearofmissingout were enhanced by Harrison as well as guest vocalists RZA, Ben Harper, The Black Knights, Throunn Magnusottir (Fields, Beck’s Record Club) and Holly Marilyn (The Child).

    The fear of missing out is the title and driving concept behind the album. To Harrison, everything in life boils down to FOMO. “Everyone suffers from it in a different way,” he says. “We all have a fear of missing out on something.” The result is an album with a multitude of themes, including avoiding change and of course fear.

    Combining their inventive sounds with creative visuals, thenewno2 recruited notable London street artist Ben Eine to design the album art for the new project. Known for his prolific typography in his own trademark colors, Eine reached international fame when David Cameron presented one of his works to President Obama as a gift on his first official state visit.

    thenewno2 (as in "the new No. 2," a line borrowed from TV's The Prisoner) is a London/Los Angeles based group led by singer/guitarist Dhani Harrison, Paul Hicks (keyboards/programming), Jonathan Sadoff (keyboards/guitar), Jeremy Faccone (guitar), Nick Fyffe (bass), and Frank Zummo (drums). Since its inception, Harrison has tirelessly expanded thenewno2 as an art collective. Along with designing all its own packaging and artwork, thenewno2 directs its own videos (including the wonderfully trippy “Another John Doe” from You Are Here). In addition, thenewno2 releases their music through H.O.T. Records Ltd., the self-helmed record label that allows the band to fulfill its ambition of operating wholly independently of the mainstream music industry.

    In-between albums Dhani Harrison formed Fistful of Mercy, a NPR top rated side project with Ben Harper and Joseph Arthur, Jon Sadoff composed two major motion pictures (Good Old Fashion Orgy, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World) and Paul Hicks won his 3rd Grammy in Sound Engineering.


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    ElitePic | April 25, 2012: Singer JUSTIN BIEBER is pictured arriving at a recording studio in West London.

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    President Obama stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to talk & he also joined in on Jimmy's segment "Slow Jamming the News".

    You can see the interview portion at the source.


    Mods: I am not submitting this to ontd_political. We've had posts before with videos of guests on late night talk shows just like this one.

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    You know what I would really love to see?

    I'd love to see a huge outcry when, next fall, the broadcast networks unveil schedules that are full of TV shows that are full of white characters and which will be, for the most part, created and run by men.

    You know what I'd love to see?

    I'd love to see a mass campaign catch fire, one in which thousands of TV viewers bombard the heads of the broadcast networks and cable networks, asking those executives why they don't commission more shows from women and people of color.

    I've written about the sexism in the TV industry many times. By any measure, the television industry is woefully behind the times and shockingly unwilling to change. According to statistics from the Writers Guild of America, women have never exceeded 28 percent of working writers, and according to statistics from the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film, the representation of women writers in television has actually dropped from 35 percent in the 2006-2007 season to 15 percent in 2010-2011. Also according to the WGA, writers of color have faced the most relentless bias of all: They've never been more than 10 percent of the working writers in the TV industry.

    As many TV writers pointed out in the piece I wrote about the industry's lack of progress last September, women and people of color, who are often treated as the tokens they usually are, are typically the junior members of a writing staff, hardly able to challenge those around them and push for the kind of stories that would reflect their lives and worldviews more accurately. There are precious few female showrunners and showrunners of color, and that's just wrong for any number of reasons.

    You know what I would love to see? My colleagues in the media writing about these matters regularly.

    There are a few exceptions (Alyssa Rosenberg is always worth reading on these topics), but most of the people who write about TV just trudge along with our eyes focused on the new shows coming down the pike, or on the buzzed-about programs, or on the critical favorites that we can't stop jabbering about. We don't often enough lift our eyes from the day-to-day grind long enough to take a look at the bigger picture. We rarely contemplate, let alone write about, the fact that most of scripted television reflects the worldview of a pretty small slice of humanity.

    It's very rare to find voices in the media who regularly talk about the documented sexism and the racism of the TV industry as a whole. But you can't swing a cat without hitting another think piece about the lack of diversity on "Girls."

    Why are there so many stories about this one show on HBO, of which we've seen exactly two episodes? Where are all the pieces taking television studios and networks to task for commissioning shows that have, for the most part, been created by and will be run by middle-aged, upper-middle-class, heterosexual white men? Standard caveat: I have nothing against middle-aged, upper-middle-class, heterosexual men (I'm married to one, after all), but don't television executives -- or those in the media -- ever stop to think that viewers grow ever more weary of the repetitive tales that tend to result from repeatedly going to this particular well?

    Where are the think pieces taking networks to task for the millionth procedural about a troubled male cop or the millionth comedy about a guy who has problems with women? Why are we holding Lena Dunham's feet to the fire, instead of the heads of networks and studios? That troubles me, not least because it's easier (and lazier) to attack a 25-year-old woman who's just starting out than to attack the men twice her age who actually control the industry.

    I am not going to wade too far into the fine points of the debate about "Girls" and race, which has been covered to death at this point. The short version of my opinion: Sure, "Girls" could use more non-white faces, and if the show gets additional seasons, I hope that Dunham finds ways to both hone her vision and to skilfully incorporate the undeniable diversity of any bohemian enclave.

    Other than that, I have to say that I'm absolutely astonished that, of all shows, this is the one that is being attacked for being too white. I could list the shows on television with all-white casts, but then we'd be here all day. If I threw a roster of the shows that are all white but have a token non-white person who is rarely the focus of any stories, we'd be here well into the evening.

    We are taking "Girls" to task, but not the dozens of other shows on television that do the same exact thing? I understand that "Girls" carries the expectations and dreams of a certain segment of the audience, some of whom want their reality reflected. I really do get that.

    But can I just say that "Girls" adds greatly to television's diversity by reflecting a worldview not often seen on the small screen?

    This is a show in which a particular female point of view is not filtered or adulterated or otherwise bastardized. It's not a show in which female characters are neutered, cute-sified or created to please male viewers. As I said in my review, part of what makes it so refreshing is that it isn't editing itself or censoring itself in order to avoid offending any particular audience segment. The specificity of the show's female point of view is part of what makes it a good show, and that's also what makes it as rare as a nuanced, non-white recurring character on "The Sopranos."

    I'll be honest, I am tired of "Girls" taking brunt of the criticism for a massive failure on the part of the television industry as a whole, especially given that it's doing something that very few other shows on television do. And I'm really surprised that nobody seems willing to recognize that this show is presenting a voice and a viewpoint that is not the norm on television. Shouldn't we be celebrating that, at least a little bit?

    In closing, I entirely agree with Ta-Nehisi Coates of the Atlantic, who wrote a great essay about the "Girls" situation:

    "It is not so wrong to craft an exclusively white world -- certainly a significant portion of America lives in one. What is wrong is for power-brokers to pretend that no other worlds exists. Across the country there are black writers and black directors toiling to bring those worlds to the screen. If HBO does not see fit to have a relationship with those writers, then those of us concerned should assess our relationship with HBO." 

    But it's not just HBO. It's TV.


    I've only seen one episode of the show and wasn't a huge fan but I also think Ryan has a point.

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    Ke$ha has posted a photograph of herself urinating in the street.

    The 'Tik Tok' singer uploaded the picture to her Twitter page and suggested that the traffic was too bad for her to reach a toilet.

    "Pee pee on the street," she said. "PoPo come n get me if you can find meeee (sic)."

    Ke$ha added: "I blame traffik."

    In 2009, Lily Allen was said to be left shocked when Ke$ha allegedly urinated in a London pub's sink because the queue for the toilets was too long.

    At the time, she reportedly quipped: "When you've got to go, you've got to go, girls."

    She later claimed that it wasn't a "big deal", saying: "I accept it's uncouth. But it's just being an animal."

    Ke$ha recently unveiled her new collaboration with The Flaming Lips, '2012 (You Must Be Upgraded)'.

    ONTD where's the wierdest place you've popped a squat

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    The Billboard Music Awards is adding a Modern touch for this year’s ceremony.

    EW has learned exclusively that Emmy Award-winning pair Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell, best known as Claire and Phil Dunphy on Modern Family, will host the 2012 Billboard Music Awards on May 20

    The pair, who won Emmys in the Supporting Actor categories last year, are following in the footsteps of Community actor Ken Jeong, who helmed the award show and received largely favorable reviews. 

    The Billboard Music Awards will air on ABC at 8 p.m. ET. And Modern Family airs Wednesdays.


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    It's getting hard to believe, as her sister Khloe contends, that Kim Kardashian's relationship with Kanye West is not serious.
    For tonight the pair stepped out wearing the kind of coordinated couple's outfit that you'd only expect to see when a couple are well established.
    Kim,31, donned an eye-catching black and white dress (which should've looked better than it did but strangely didn't work) while Kanye linked into this with a sweater in matching colours.

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    The action was to say the least a rather large sign that the singer is moving ahead with his relationship with the curvy star.
    And it was no wonder he wanted to rush to his lady love's side.
    Kim stepped out for the event looking elegant in a black tight-fitting pencil skirt and matching halterneck top with frill detailing at the bib.
    She paired the look with some black satin and perspex pointy stilettos, a black weave clutch and two gold cuffs on each of wrists.

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  • 04/25/12--09:51: Kathy Griffin on Conan

  • Kathy Griffin stopped by Conan on Monday to promote her new show Kathy Thursdays @ 10 on Bravo. During the interview Kathy discusses:

    - Being banned from the 'Today' show & the View
    - Her fear of Charlie Sheen
    - The new spokesperson for Depends Undergarments, Lisa Rinna

    Sorry Mods if I submitted this twice. Livejournal glitches ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    Five-year-old Bridgett is kind of an anomaly when it comes to the world of "Toddlers & Tiaras." She's not just another pretty face. In fact, when not strutting across a stage sporting the latest in mini-drag wear, she hangs out at home rocking a Carhartt coverall and killing bugs.

    But, as you'll see in this preview for Wednesday's (April 25) episode, things get dark on "T&T" when Bridgett admits that the bug she'd like to kill most isn't an ant, a bee, a grasshopper or even a fly: It's Justin Bieber. WHAT?!

    Even more shocking: All of the money that Bridgett wins in pageants is put into a college fund and her mom hopes she "chooses to be doctor and save lives instead of an exterminator where she takes lives."


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    It seems that as long as Fiona Apple has been with us, she's been as infamous as she has been famous: tear-streaked interviews, public confessions, punking an entire awards show in a single acceptance speech. All her crazy behavior (smh at you RS) earned her a rep and at the same time, made her an icon. This week Apple releases the first single off her forthcoming The Idler Wheel, and so we revisit the moments when Fiona's been a bad, bad girl.

    Her Onstage Meltdown
    Though there have been plenty of memorable on-stage hissyfits thrown since (Kanye West at Lollapalooza, Courtney Love in perpetuity), none are more infamous than Apple’s 2000 meltdown. Playing to a sold-out crowd of 3000 at New York’s Roseland Ballroom, Apple’s unhinging began as some problems with the sound, complaining she was unable to hear herself. Things escalated, with the singer crying and staring at the V.I.P. section before storming off stage 40 minutes into her set.

    Her Glacial Pace
    "I could write another album in the next two months and be right back out there, or I could never write again," explained Apple, speaking to Rolling Stone in 2006 of her sporadic habit of releasing albums. It was three years between Tidal and its follow-up, When The Pawn..., but since then, Apple’s albums have been six years apart – a highly unusual span for a multi-Platinum artist. Every time she returns with a new record is a welcome surprise – making every album release a triumphant comeback.

    The Free Fiona Campaign for Extraordinary Machine
    In late 2004, Apple was at an impasse. She had recorded Extraordinary Machine with producer Jon Brion but was locked in a disagreement with her label, Sony, and was starting to consider other lines of work she might be better suited for. The early Jon Brion-produced version of the album had leaked to the internet, but it soon became clear that a proper release wasn’t forthcoming. Apple’s ever-loyal fanbase assumed the corporate overlords at Sony were responsible for the hold up and rose up in protest. The "Free Fiona" campaign involved angry fans mailing hundreds of (foam) apples to the label offices to show that they weren’t going stand idly by, Fiona-less. The outpouring of fan love spurred the songstress into action and she promptly began re-recording Extraordinary Machine with bassist/producer Mike Elizondo. The album finally saw the light of day in October 2005, three years after Apple began recording it.

    Her MTV VMA Acceptance Speech
    Leave it to a barely post-teen Fiona Apple, at the height of her acclaim, to react to accolades with unbridled fury. Fearful she was verging on becoming a sell-out and popular for the wrong reasons, Apple stepped behind the podium to accept the Best New Artist statuette at the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards, and rather than thanking God, her parents and manager, she let loose an invective still remember 15 years later. Damning the music industry and urging viewers not to idolize her or any other artists, Apple then offered this advice "This world is bullshit, and you shouldn't model your life on what we think is cool, and what we're wearing and what we're saying." Apple issued a statement explaining her reasons for the speech on her website, but never apologized.

    Her 90-Word Album Title
    What better way to politely flout the conventions of the music industry than giving your album a 90-word long title? Apple’s hotly-anticipated second album, 1999’s When the pawn hits the conflicts he thinks like a king What he knows throws the blows when he goes to the fight And he'll win the whole thing 'fore he enters the ring There's no body to batter when your mind is your might So when you go solo, you hold your own hand And remember that depth is the greatest of heights And if you know where you stand, then you know where to land And if you fall it won't matter, cause you'll know that you're right is a poem the singer wrote after reading letters reacting to her MTV speech. Typically, Apple is unapologetic: "To anyone who has ever made fun of me for doing that, I say this: Are you in the Guinness Book Of World Records?". Unfortunately, she only held the title for eight years, bested by a Soulwax album in 2007 with 100 more characters to its name.

    Her Boyfriend, the Magician
    Though Apple has had relationships with other mercurial and famous men (Boogie Nights director Paul Thomas Anderson, Bored to Death-creator Jonathan Ames) it’s her late-Nineties relationship with magician/illusionist David Blaine that was the most curious – the pairing humanized him, and gave her a weird cultural cache; she wasn’t dating a guy in a band, she was dating a guy in an ice block.

    Her Big Mouth
    When she starts a sentence with "To be totally honest," it’s redundant. There is no Fiona tamping down how she feels or not answering a journalist’s probing question, even if, as it did in her 1997 Rolling Stone Q&A, it means answering through a veil of her own tears.

    Criminal Video
    Though "Criminal" was the fourth single off her multi-Platinum debut, Tidal, it might as well have been the only one – the Mark Romanek-directed video is how the world remembers Apple best: all of 19, lithe and lolling around a poorly lit tract house in her underwear. Controversy ensued – critics assailed the singer for the creepy porn overtones, comic Janeane Garafalo mocked her for being too skinny. In a fit a feminist sedition, Apple claimed she disrobed in order to exploit herself on her own terms, before anyone else had the chance to.

    I don't like their tone in some of this tbh.
    And yes it's news? At least as much news as Hilary Duff's ability to walk.

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    Liam is such a loving boyfriend, but apparently Miley is pushing his affection to the limit! Is their romance on the rocks? Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus are a great couple, but Miley’s too-sexy ways seem to be causing a ton of drama between them!

    Liam, 22, thinks that Miley, 19, was acting too provocatively when she attended an April 18 party at Beacher’s Madhouse in Los Angeles, In Touch Weekly reports. Apparently, she was wearing tight shorts that accentuated her raunchy dancing — and it made him REALLY upset.

    “Miley was dancing on tables all night, and they argued. He was furious,” an eyewitness said.

    More interested in scandal than reality, In Touch continues its bizarre campaign against Miley Cyrus this week.

    The tabloid has recently wrongly alleged that Cyrus is paranoid about Jennifer Lawrence “stealing” Liam Hemsworth from her, supposedly flashing her breasts to stay more famous than Hemsworth, and even starting anorexia rumors about herself for “attention.”

    Now In Touch is going after Cyrus again, claiming that there’s “serious tension” with Hemsworth after Cyrus supposedly got wild at a Peligrosa Tequila party at Beacher’s Madhouse in Los Angeles on April 18.

    Cyrus was “dirty dancing in tight shorts,” reports the tabloid, quoting a so-called “witness” who says, “Miley was dancing on tables all night, and [she and Hemsworth] argued. He was furious.”

    Hemsworth was “fuming,” alleges the magazine, claiming that Cyrus was dancing in a “desperate bid for attention.”

    Considering that In Touch has blathered about Cyrus’ supposed stunts for attention over and over and over again with absolutely no logic or evidence to back up the stories, it really seems like the “desperation” belongs to the tabloid.

    A source close to Cyrus tells Gossip Cop there was absolutely no fighting that night and calls the mag’s latest allegation “weird” and “completely untrue.”


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    Coming to Nickelodeon Monday, May 28, at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT) is a new Nickelodeon Original TV Movie titled 'Rags,' starring Keke Palmer (True Jackson, VP, Akeelah and the Bee) and Max Schneider (How to Rock). The modern-day fairytale is executive produced by Nick Cannon, directed by Bille Woodruff and features original music produced by Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins.

    Set against a New York City backdrop, this music-infused contemporary twist on the classic Cinderella tale stars Keke Palmer as international pop princess, Kadee Worth and Max Schneider as an orphan and aspiring singer, Charlie Prince.

    Rags follows the story of Charlie Prince, an orphan living in New York City with his acerbic and unloving stepfather and spoiled, simple-minded stepbrothers Andrew and Lloyd (House of Anubis’ Burkely Duffield). Charlie’s dream is to be a singer, and while he is vocally talented and can write music, he can’t seem to catch a break. Kadee Worth, on the other hand, is the daughter of music mogul Reginald Worth (Isaiah Mustafa) and is an international pop phenomenon. While the world knows her as a glamorous superstar, she is secretly frustrated with singing other people’s songs and wearing clothes other people choose for her. Kadee wants the world to hear and see her true talent. Despite every obstacle that gets thrown in their way, once Charlie and Kadee find one another, they each finally get what they have been looking for – a voice, a stage, an audience and each other. The movie also stars Drake Bell (Drake and Josh) as Shawn, a sound engineer helping to further Charlie’s singing career and Avan Jogia (Victorious) as Finn, a celebrity who is in an arranged relationship with Kadee for publicity.

    The Rags Soundtrack will be available via all digital service providers on Tuesday, May 22. The soundtrack showcases nine original songs performed by the cast of Rags including “Me and You Against the World,”“Perfect Harmony” and “Not That Different At All.” Fans can also enjoy three exclusive bonus songs; the never-before-heard “Things Aren’t Always What They Seem,” and alternate versions of “Someday” and “Stand Out”.


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    It's no secret that neither Kim Zolciak or Wendy Williams are members of the NeNe Leakes fan club. Zolciak has spent several seasons of "The Real Housewives Of Atlanta" feuding with Leakes, and Wendy has been watching the developments closely and taking notes. Thursday on "The Wendy Williams Show" they unloaded on the polarizing reality star.

    The gossip session started when Wendy asked Zolciak why Leakes wasn't invited to her wedding. "She's really changed, and she's not funny to me anywhere," Zolciak said. "She used to be really funny."

    "She's not funny to many of us either, it's more like mean-spirited," Williams agreed, before implying that Leakes' reality TV fame had gone to her head.

    Zolciak then detailed the specific reason why reconciling with Leakes seems unlikely to happen. "I think the problem with NeNe honestly is that Nene doesn't have the tools to communicate effectively. And if NeNe could really sit there and talk to me and communicate ... Like, people get in arguments with my girlfriends and you disagree, but you can't get loud and violent, that's a problem.

    If she had the tools to communicate effectively and kind of work through things, then there's a possibility that I'd sit down and have a conversation."

    Mrs. Kroy Biermann tells The Hollywood Reporter about what viewers can expect from the Don't Be Tardy For The Wedding.

    During the interview, Sweetie’s former sugar cookie go-getter dispatcher took a jab at thug misses Marlo Hampton for casting doubt on her Atlanta Falcons-signed hubby’s finances during the reunion special.

    THR: Speaking of Kroy, how do you feel about Marlo Hampton casting doubt on his finances during the reunion?

    Zolciak: Let’s be honest, Marlo is known for being an escort, like she’s known for that… It’s common knowledge in Atlanta. If you want to spread your legs and make money, then so be it, but don’t comment on somebody that had a full on four-and-a-half year relationship with somebody, and is now married, expecting a second child with her husband, and bring up some nonsense, or ever imply that my husband would use Big Poppa’s ring to purchase this one.

    I was on Twitter this morning going off on people saying Kroy makes $550,000 dollars or whatever, whether Kroy made that or not is really irrelevant. Kroy made a hell of lot more than that, but that’s nobody’s business. Kroy designed my ring, spent a ton of money on my ring. It was really important to Kroy that I have a beautiful ring, and I was surprised by my ring. But to ever insult Kroy like that, it’s just gross. She’s just gross.

    THR: With this spinoff, do you see it going for more seasons like Bethenny Ever After?

    Zolciak: I would love to, I really had a lot of fun doing the spinoff. It was really a totally different spiel. I think people get to really see me for me. I share the 45 minutes that Housewives is on every week with five other people, so that three minutes or five minutes that you see of me or maybe sometimes 10, 15 minutes, you don’t get to see the real me. You can make an assumption off of what you see, but I think with the spinoff, you get the chance to kind of see me in a different light. You see my girls, Kroy’s family, and I really had a lot of fun doing it, even though it was very stressful planning a wedding in a short amount of time, and also having cameras there to capture it. I would love to, though.

    THR: Have you thought about how many more seasons of reality shows you have in you, or is there a point where you would like to step away from that?

    Zolciak: Yeah, I mean let’s be honest, this isn’t going to last forever, but I’m going to ride it as long as I can.

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    Joan Smalls plays fashion mom for the May issue of Vogue Paris lensed by Terry Richardson. Outfitted by Géraldine Saglio, Joan wears looks from Carolina Herrera, Celine, Giorgio Armani, Valentino and others.


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