Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Jay Z And Beyonce Renewed Their Vows

Jay Z and Beyonce have renewed their wedding vows!

According to People magazine, Jay Z, 44, and Beyonce, 33, were allegedly having marriage issues, but worked them out.

"They did have major problems," an insider revealed, noting: "But they worked it out and they"ve renewed their vows."

The famous pair are now looking for a place in Paris, the source pointed out. They've seen a place on a strip called "Millionaire's Row," and a townhouse next to the Elysee Palace.

Congratulations to Beyonce and Jay Z on the renewal!

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Paul Simonon Quotes

1. We were only punk in so far as that was what we were called. We were essentially a rock'n'roll band.  

2. I obviously had my reggae, but I got quite into rockabilly when I was a kid, because I was trying to find something that represented me as a white person.

3. I never wanted to go back and relive the glory days; I just want to keep moving forward. That's what I took from punk. Keep going. Don't look back.

4. I grew up wanting to be a painter and paint pictures.

5. With cross-pollination between the four of us, our influences came out more and more.

6. We're from the Brixton area, and I used to go there - it used to be called the Brixton Astoria - for Saturday-morning pictures. It's actually where I saw my first ever pop show. We all turned up as 10-year-olds, and they said: "Right, boys and girls, we've got a special surprise for you - we're not going to show you a film!" So everyone was "Booooo." "No, we've got a special surprise - we have Sandie Shaw!" And Sandie Shaw came on, and she was going on about not having any shoes. So we had an hour set from her, and that was my first pop concert.

7. It would be obvious for me to do conceptual art, and I think I've done it already with smashing bass guitars and whatever - I consider that as conceptual.

8. Seven years without a break really takes a toll on you, and you don't even realize it. You're affected by other people, and after a while, sometimes they have love for you, and sometimes they don't.

9. Somebody said: "I'll give you a million pound each to reform," and we said no. It got so ridiculous, and money wasn't even going to be a consideration anyway. We came and did what we did and now let's move on. Say Joe was still around, I still think don't think it would have happened.

10. Being outside on your own in all weathers is exciting; it clears you out.

11. I wanted to see "Hell's Angels '69", but they said: "No mate, you're too young."

12. I've got one thing to say about being the bass player…I didn't want the role of being Entwhistle or Bill Wyman, stuck in the background. That's too depressing and if that was what I'd been offered with The Clash I would've turned it down. Maybe that's the nature of the job, or has been in the past; the bass player as the one that held the fort, so to speak, along with the drummer, letting every body else go lunatic. But, y'know - why can't we all be lunatics?

13. There were a lot of good songs on it, but what's disappointing is that 'cos me and Mick used to bicker in the studio …

14. We were starting to lose track with Earth because fame and success brings you many things that you're not really prepared for or know how to deal with as a human being.

15. I love putting paint on canvas, getting lost in the process of painting.

16. Obviously, a bass sounds like a bass and a guitar sounds like a guitar, but the way you play the guitar reflects your personality.

17. I used to go to the ABC as well and occasionally I went to the Classic.

18. There was a point after the whole intensity of the Clash finally subsided when I just found that painting grounded me in a way that music didn't.

19. I remember having a conversation with Joe where we were going: "What are we going to sing about now?" That was really an issue, because we'd just signed the deal with the record company. We thought: "Great! We've got a hundred grand! Let's buy a club!" Not realizing that this money is just on loan, really. It's not yours to keep.

20. What made a big difference was the open door policy we had. Anyone who wanted to come backstage could, and it was never a problem. I don't know whether other bands did that. It was good for us to meet people who had come to see the group and converse with them, ask them: "What's it like in your town? What, there are no clubs here? So what do you do?" It was about sharing information and it was good to know what was going on out there, and how people were dealing with their lives. And that spread right across the world.

21. It was a good thing. And when we came to doing "Cut the Crap", I said to Joe: "D'you know what? I'm going to step back and let you make the record, so I'm not this bickering voice." And I stood back and let him take control. What I didn't know, and found out later, is that Bernie took control and Joe walked away from it as well. So in the end it became Bernie's record. There are some great songs on it, but they're smothered in unnecessaries that made it really cloudy. It could have been a great record. 

22. I'm not knocking conceptual art; it's another department, but it doesn't move me like painting.

23. In some ways we didn't think: "Oh, this had to be different". It journeyed that way. It just evolved.

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Tennis Pro Novak Djokovic Welcomes Child With Wife Jelena

Novak Djokovic and his wife Jelena are officially parents!

Djokovic, 27, announced the birth of their baby boy via twitter on Wednesday morning.

"Stefan, our baby angel was born! I am so proud of my beautiful wife Jelena!" the professional tennis player wrote, adding: "Thank you so much for your love and support. We love you all!!!"

Djokovic's official website also shared the exciting news, writing: "We are delighted to announce that Jelena Djokovic gave birth to a wonderful, healthy and a lovely boy, called Stefan. The birth went in the best possible manner, baby and the mother feel well. Novak will spend the following several days with the baby and his wife Jelena, after which he travels to Paris, where he will compete at the ATP Masters tournament."

Congratulations to the happy couple!

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Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway And Jessica Chastain Pose For New "THR" Cover

Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain pose for a group photo with director Christopher Nolan while promoting their upcoming film "Interstellar" on the latest cover of The Hollywood Reporter.

The three actors opened up about whether the highly-anticipated movie changed any of their feelings, philosophically or religiously:

Matthew McConaughey: "It opened my view a little bit. My views of what's out there expanded for me after doing this film called "Contact" (1997). Carl Sagan: to hear him speak for four hours. I've always been someone who didn't go to see sci-fi films; I didn't read sci-fi books as a child. And my thoughts were always (about) what's tangible, what we have right here, maybe what's beneath the sea, but I was never looking out there. That always was sort of an unknown. "Oh, don't worry about that; it's not attainable."

Anne Hathaway: "I think (this) affirmed certain things about the interconnectivity of things. About trusting others and the meaning behind things, even if it doesn't make sense, even if it hurts. Over the long, infinite arc of time, things tend to happen as they should and they usually find their place, their slot".

Jessica Chastain: "It also coincided with this idea that I believe that we're all connected. Not just in this moment but in every moment. So as I was wrapping my head around the science of the film, I was incredibly moved by the human component of the film, and definitely it coincided with my spiritual beliefs".

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Bryan Singer To Become A Father Via Surrogate

Bryan Singer will reportedly become a father!  

According to celebrity website TMZ, Singer, 49, is set to welcome a baby via a surrogate, who is about seven months along in her pregnancy. The surrogate also lives close to the  "X-Men" franchise director and the two are pals but not romantically involved with each other.

It has to be noted that Bryan Singer was accused of sexual assault in the past, but the charges have since been dropped.


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Kanye West's Birthday Tribute To Kim Kardashian

Kanye West paid a tribute to wife Kim Kardashian on twitter, where he expresses his love, for her birthday. She turned 34 on Tuesday.  

West, 37, tweeted: "Happy Birthday baby! Thank you for being the dopest wife & mom!" He also featured a candid image of Kardashian taken outside at night.

Kanye wrote in a second tweet: "Sometimes I feel like just saying I love you isn't strong enough to express how much I love you…" 

The rapper's love notes came one year after he popped the question to Kardashian in grand fashion at San Francisco's AT&T Park. The pair, who welcomed daughter North last year, went on to tie the knot in even grander fashion in May.

Kim also received cute Instagram messages from her mother Kris Jenner, as well as sisters Kourtney, Khloe and Kendall. They all featured snapshots, including lovely images of Kim from when she was little.

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Renee Zellweger On Her Different Face: "I'm Happy"

Renee Zellweger is opening up about her appearance after her recent red carpet walk which sparked speculation about her barely recognizable face.

"I'm glad folks think I look different! I'm living a different, happy, more fulfilling life, and I'm thrilled that perhaps it shows," Zellweger, 45, revealed to People.

Renee called the gossip "silly" and explained that she is replying because "it seems the folks who come digging around for some nefarious truth which doesn't exist won't get off my porch until I answer the door."

The "Chicago" star went on: "My friends say that I look peaceful. I am healthy. For a long time I wasn't doing such a good job with that. I took on a schedule that is not realistically sustainable and didn't allow for taking care of myself. Rather than stopping to recalibrate, I kept running until I was depleted and made bad choices about how to conceal the exhaustion. I was aware of the chaos and finally chose different things."

"I did work that allows for being still, making a home, loving someone, learning new things, growing as a creative person and finally growing into myself," Zellweger noted, adding: "People don't know me in my 40s. People don't know me (as) healthy for a while. Perhaps I look different. Who doesn't as they get older?! Ha. But I am different. I'm happy."

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