Friday, November 30, 2012

Ke$ha: "I'd Have Sex With Justin Bieber"

Ke$ha may have put to rest the rumors that she and Justin Bieber once had sex, but when Rolling Stone magazine asked her: "Now that he's single, would you consider it?", Ke$ha replied: "Sure. Wait, is he even legal? Could I go to jail for this?"

Assured that Bieber is now 18, Ke$ha said: "OK, then, I would. We could go out and buy lottery tickets, vote, play putt-putt golf. All the things that are legal at the age of 18."

Informed that one doesn't have to be 18 to play putt-putt golf, Ke$ha responded: "In Tennessee you do. They take it really seriously. But you can marry your cousin - I think that's legal at any age."

It is obvious that Ke$ha is joking...What do you think?

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Lindsay Lohan's Assistant: "You Desperately Need Help"

Lindsay Lohan appears she still has some friends to help her.

After Lohan was arrested for allegedly hitting a woman in the face at the New York club Avenue early on Thursday, Lindsay's assistant Gavin Doyle tweeted: "@lindsaylohan after bailing you out last night I HOPE and PRAY you get the help you so desperately need."

Doyle added encouragingly: "We are ALL rooting for you. xxx."

What do you think? Does Lindsay Lohan desperately need help? 

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2012 Highest-Paid Musicians

Forbes has released its list of the Highest-Paid Musicians of 2012.  

Wonder who is on the top? The answer is:  Dr. Dre!!!

In detail, the hip-hop mogul raked in $110 million in total earnings from May 2011 to May 2012, thanks in large part to his Beats headphones line.

Legendary rockers Roger Waters ($88 million) and Elton John ($80 million) followed in second and third place, respectively.

Of course, stars like
Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Diddy, Beyonce, Rihanna, Adele and Lady Gaga are on the Forbes' list. Wonder where they finish?

For more details about where the rest of our favorite stars finish and how each one of them made his or her way onto the list, check out Forbes.

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Rihanna Tweets Intimate Pic With Chris Brown

Rihanna is apparently not done sharing intimate pictures taken with boyfriend Chris Brown.

In detail, late Thursday Rihanna tweeted a photo of herself hugging and kising Brown, while congratulating him on his just-completed show in Frankfurt, Germany.

"F*ckyopictures i dont wanna leave!!!" wrote Rihanna, referring to Brown's Instagram handle. "Killed it tonight baby!!!"

The image came after the couple shared pics of their matching Rolex watches.

It has to be mentioned that on Saturday Rihanna posted a photo of Brown lying shirtless on a bed.

Earlier this week, Brown shut down his Twitter account after engaging in a graphic argument with comedian Jenny Johnson over his affair with Rihanna.

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Carrie Underwood As Maria Von Trapp In "The Sound Of Music"

It was announced on Friday that Carrie Underwood is set to star as Maria von Trapp in a live television version of "The Sound of Music."

In detail, the three-hour TV adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein musical will be broadcast on NBC around the holiday season in 2013.

"Speaking for everyone at NBC, we couldn't be happier to have the gifted Carrie Underwood take up the mantle of the great Maria von Trapp," Robert Greenblatt, the network's entertainment chief was quoted as saying. "She was an iconic woman who will now be played by an iconic artist."

Producers released the following statement for the project: "We're thrilled to be presenting the Broadway version of "The Sound of Music" live, and having Carrie Underwood as the star brings it to a new generation who will fall in love with it for the first time as many millions of people already have."

They added: "It’s a particular joy to us as producers to see this amazing artist stretch into new territory with this classic musical."

It has to be mentioned that the 1965 film version of "The Sound of Music", starring Julie Andrews, won the Academy Award for Best Picture.

We must all admit that it would be very interesting to know Julie Andrews' opinion about Carrie Underwood as Maria von Trapp. 

What do you think of Carrie Underwood as Maria von Trapp in "The Sound of Music"? 

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Lindsay Lohan Drunk And Depressed For Days Before Arrest

Lindsay Lohan was drunk and depressed for days before her arrest for punching a woman in a New York club. The reason: the horrific reviews of her TV movie "Liz & Dick"!  

According to
a new report in the New York Post, Lohan was on a two-day bender before going off and allegedly slugging a psychic in Avenue, a New York bar.

It has been reported that Lindsay, 26, she was drunk and had been doing cocaine immediately before the arrest.

"Lindsay was completely out of control. She was drinking way too much booze and was doing cocaine," an insider was quoted as saying.

It appears that Lindsay needs to check into rehab as soon as possible...What do you think?

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Brad Pitt Quotes

1. I believe you make your day. You make your life. So much of it is all perception, and this is the form that I built for myself. I have to accept it and work within those compounds, and it's up to me.

2. I'm one of those people you hate because of genetics. It is the truth.

3. Being married means I can break wind and eat ice cream in bed.

4. You must lose everything in order to gain anything.

5. I have a hard time with morals. All I know is what feels right, what's more important to me is being honest about who you are. Morals I get a little hung up on.

6. I phoned my grandparents and my grandfather said: "We saw your movie." "Which one?" I said. He shouted: "Betty, what was the name of that movie I didn't like?"

7. A family is a risky venture, because the greater the love, the greater the loss... That's the trade-off. But I'll take it all.

8. America is a country founded on guns. It's in our DNA. It's very strange but I feel better having a gun. I really do. I don't feel safe, I don't feel the house is completely safe, if I don't have one hidden somewhere. That's my thinking, right or wrong.

9. By nature, I keep moving, man. My theory is, be the shark. You've just got to keep moving. You can't stop.

10. By the time this concert ends this evening, 30,000 Africans will have died because of extreme poverty. By this time tomorrow evening, another 30,000. This does not make sense.

11. Given a chance, I would like to work with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan because she's a versatile actor.

12. Deregulation created this epidemic of greed which according to the rules of capitalism was OK. Beyond that there was criminal behaviour. There have been no repercussions and it's hard to make your peace with.

13. Heartthrobs are a dime a dozen.

14. I always liked those moments of epiphany, when you have the next destination.

15. I don't feel restless, I just like to travel.

16. I don't think I was all that late in becoming a father.

17. I had a very supportive family environment that gave me room to explore and discover things about myself.

18. I had a friend who worked at a hospice, and he said people in their final moments don't discuss their successes, awards or what books they wrote or what they accomplished. They only talk about their loves and their regrets, and I think that's very telling.

19. I grew up very religious, and I don't have a great relationship with religion.

20. I know when I go outside, there'll be a van or two and they'll probably follow us four out of seven days a week, trying to get something. But I'm just going across town and I know they're just wasting their day, so it doesn't bother me anymore.

21. I look and there's our boy from Vietnam and our daughter from Ethiopia, and our girl was born in Namibia, and our son is from Cambodia, and they're brothers and sisters, man. They're brothers and sisters and it's a sight for elation.

22. I loved "Saturday Night Fever" when I was a kid. I couldn't believe people talked that way. It was just a whole new culture I didn't understand. I snuck into it. It was an R-rated film. So it holds a special place.

23. I oscillate between agnosticism and atheism.

24. I was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma. 

25. I spent the '90s trying to hide out, trying to duck the full celebrity cacophony.

26. I would love to work in a Bollywood film as there is so much drama and colour in the films there.

27. I would say that the directors that I've liked the most are all curious in nature - curious thinkers. They're all big questioners, I would say, first and foremost.

28. I'd like to design something like a city or a museum. I want to do something hands on rather than just play golf which is the sport of the religious right.

29. I'm drawn to furniture design as complete architecture on a minor scale.

30. I'm most comfortable with the Southern dialects, really. It's easy, for example, for me to do Irish because we've got Irish heritage where I come from.

31. I'm 48 now and whatever I get music-wise, I get from my kids and that's it. I don't think I'll ever be hip again!

32. I've always been at war with myself, for right or wrong.

33. I'm much more experienced now, so I can find films that are interesting quicker and cut out the films that don't really matter. It means more to me now because my kids are going to see them, and I want them to be proud.

34. In Missouri, where I come from, we don't talk about what we do - we just do it. If we talk about it, it's seen as bragging.

35. Indian cinema seems to be growing very well at its own pace.

36. It's hard to be surprised by a film. It's hard to be surprised by another actor or by a director when you've seen enough and been around. So when I am, or when I forget that I'm watching someone's movie, or when I don't know how someone made a certain turn that I didn't expect…You know, I'm in.

37. My happiest moment is the day they call wrap and I'm free. I'm not looking back.

38. My life has been about big changes.

39. My father came from a very poor background, but I was very fortunate in the sense that we were never in need. My dad was determined to make sure that we didn't want for things. He wanted to give us more opportunity than he had, a better shot at a better life.

40. Success is a beast. And it actually puts the emphasis on the wrong thing. You get away with more instead of looking within.

41. Perhaps we don't need these religious concoctions to pillow the fear of death. Just the fact that there is an unknown, and something greater, can bring a feeling of peace. That's enough for me.

42. That's the most important thing to me - that if I'm gonna spend however long it takes to make a movie, give up 14 hours a day for however many weeks or months, then it's very important for me to know that I'm working with people who I respect and enjoy and that we're going for something together.

43. The latitude and longitudinal lines of where you are born determine your opportunity in life, and it's not equal. We may have been created equal, but we're not born equal. It's a lot to do with luck and you have to pass that on.

44. When I received my first paycheck from my now known day job, I spent it on a period Craftsman chair and a Frank Lloyd Wright-wannabe lamp. With my second paycheck, I bought a stereo.

45. When I was a little kid we moved to Tulsa, then to St. Louis and, by the time I was in kindergarten, we lived in Springfield, Missouri. There I basically grew up.

46. When you see a person, do you just concentrate on their looks? It's just a first impression. Then there's someone who doesn't catch your eye immediately, but you talk to them and they become the most beautiful thing in the world. The greatest actors aren't what you would call beautiful sex symbols.

47. You hear stories of intense actors who can't shed their character and who don't know who they are for a week or two after. I'm not that guy, man.

48. You never know when I might decide to work in a Bollywood film and do one of those dance numbers with the whole crew in the backdrop.

49. That's why we all end up hiding and creating communes or compounds, because it's work when you go out there in public. You can't just go to the doctor, sit in a waiting room, and read a magazine. You can't go to the airport and wait for your flight, because you get mauled. So there are these little shortcuts.

50. I'm gonna design my own fleet of trailers. No! I'm gonna record an album like Jennifer Lopez. It'll be an acoustic version of K.C. and the Sunshine Band. Then maybe I'll design a line of clothes like Puff Daddy, but all in synthetic fur.

51. Fame makes you feel permanently like a girl walking past construction workers. 

52. You shouldn't speak until you know what you're talking about. That's why I get uncomfortable with interviews. Reporters ask me what I feel China should do about Tibet. Who cares what I think China should do? They hand me a script. I'm a grown man who puts on makeup

53. Let us be the ones who say we do not accept that a child dies every three seconds simply because he does not have the drugs you and I have. Let us be the ones to say we are not satisfied that your place of birth determines your right to life. Let us be outraged, let us be loud, let us be bold.

54. My week consists...five days out of the seven I've got at least three cars of paparazzi on me that I've got to either lose or whatever.

55. Fame is a bitch, man. 

56. Angelina and I do not fight anymore. What occurred to me on this film (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), and also with the passing of Angelina's mother Marcheline Bertrand last year, is that there's going to come a time when I'm not going to get to be with this person anymore. I'm not going to get to be with my children anymore. And so, if we have a flare-up, it evaporates now. I don't want to waste time being angry at someone I love.

57. We're so defined by the last success or the last failure that we even start to see ourselves that way. You've got these awards and there's going to be one winner and four losers, but the four losers made great films. 

58. I grew up in Oklahoma and Missouri, and I just loved film. My folks would take us to the drive-in on summer nights, and we'd sit on the hood of the car. I just had this profound love for storytelling. I think it's just an amazing thing we get to do. We're so complex; we're mysteries to ourselves; we're difficult to each other. And then here's this storytelling that reminds us we're all the same.

59. I die really well, by the way. It’s one of my strong points. I just take a bullet well.

60. When I started in film I was taught that you had to have a character arc and there had to be an epiphany. As years go by I have found that to be utter bullshit. We don't really change; we evolve in degrees.

61. Having children takes the focus off yourself, which I'm really grateful for. I'm so tired of thinking about myself. I'm sick of myself. 

62. When you first get opportunities, suddenly you get surrounded by a lot of people who want to make money off you but also are there to help. But they start telling you so much what you need to be and what you need to do to maintain some idea of career maintenance. When you start out, it's very discombobulating, and you are ill-defined at that point as far as direction, what stories are personal to you. So there's two things I'm saying here; at that point, I wish I knew just to follow what was interesting to me. Because we're actors, we want to tell stories, we want to tell personal stories. And not just something you can plug any one of us in and basically get the same thing. Get into something that's really personal that means something to you, where you have something to say and is something really individualized. I wish I was more aware of that then instead of doing a few things I was told would be good for me. And they weren't, because it left me empty, so I didn't do a good job anyways. I think that's what's key to what we do: It's got to be personal.

63. It really changes your perspective on the world. You know, I've had my day. I made some films, and I've really had a very fortunate life, and it's time for me to share that a little bit. You can write a book, you can make a movie, you can paint a painting, but having kids is the most extraordinary thing I've ever taken on. (on having children)

64. She is my great love, my best friend, a generous woman and a fantastic mother. (on Angelina Jolie)

65. (on how his children will influence his future roles) My thoughts these days are: "Oh, my God, what did I do? What are they going to see from the past?" It definitely colors what I'll approach in the future. I'll try to be a little bit more mature about my decisions.

66. (when asked by Conan O'Brien how he got into character as stoner JD in True Romance (1993)) I'm a method actor.

67. It's amazing what an impending midlife crisis will do for you, really. It got me motivated, having turned 40 in December. (2003)

68. (On how his earlier, lesser film roles ultimately improved him as an actor): I believe I'm quite capable and we, as people, can learn to do anything, and that's proof of it! And my education is on film, on record! Now I can take on anything that comes my way and find truth in it an do a pretty good job.

69. (In May, 2005, on his impending divorce to Jennifer Aniston) The thing I don't understand is looking at this as a failure. It's talked about like it failed, I guess because it wasn't flawless. Me, I embrace the messiness of life. I find it so beautiful, actually.

70. It doesn't matter if your Warcraft wife is a man.

71. (on Angelina Jolie - In February 2012, CBS "This Morning") She's still a bad girl, delightfully so. It's not for public consumption.

72. (on getting married - THR) We'd actually like to, and it seems to mean more and more to our kids. We made this declaration some time ago that we weren't going to do it till everyone can. But I don't think we'll be able to hold out.

73. One of the greatest, smartest things I ever did was give my kids Angie as their mom. (PARADE)

74. There are no secrets at our house. We tell the kids: "Mom and Dad are going off to kiss." They go: "Eww, gross!" But we demand it. (USA Weekend)

What do you think of Brad Pitt's quotes?

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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Jennifer Connelly Extreme Weight Loss By Over-Exercising

American film actress Jennifer Connelly, 41, has always been thin, but new pictures of her appearing incredibly skinny have prompted speculation that Jennifer has been going overboard in the gym to the detriment of her health.

"She looks far too skinny and that's not attractive at all," nutritionist Majid Ali, who has not treated Connelly, was quoted as saying. 

At 5'6 1/2", Ali considers that Connelly: "Can't be more than 100 pounds. It appears that she over-trains."

Dressed in dark workout clothes, trainers and wearing headphones and a very intense expression on her face, Jennifer appeared gaunt and sunken, with her legs and arms shockingly slimmer than ever before.

Jackie Keller, CEO of meal delivery service NutriFit claims Connelly looks too skinny.

"The legs remind me of some of the recent Olympian runners that I watched on TV," Keller revealed.

"Many things go into what is considered to be a healthy weight - including previous weight levels, body shape and of course, muscle tone," Keller explained. "It is possible that as a regular runner, she has very thin but powerful legs and a long, lean frame. Many runners do and we saw a wide range of body types and sizes at the Olympics."

Judging by the photos, Connelly seems she is over-training. What do you think?

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Jared Leto Extreme Weight Loss For Matthew McConaughey AIDS Biopic

Matthew McConaughey's costar in his latest movie "Dallas Buyer's Club", Jared Leto, is apparently following in Matthew's emaciated footsteps.

Jared unveiled his shockingly anorexic look at the "Gotham Independent Film Awards" on Monday, sparking concern from both movie fans and health experts at his dramatic weight loss transformation to portray cross-dressing AIDS victim, Rayon, in the biopic.

"He does look like he's lost a lot weight. On a slight frame, as little as 10 pounds can really make a big difference," Jackie Keller, CEO of meal delivery service NutriFit, was quoted as saying.

"All that being said, as a slender man, Jared obviously doesn't need to lose weight except to play the role of a skinny, underfed guy with hollowed out checks and a long face", Keller claimed.

"Jared can't be more than 120 pounds in theses photos," added nutritionist Majid Ali, who has not treated Leto."To me he looks pretty gaunt like someone who has been, or is ill."

Leto hasn't had a major movie role since he played John Lennon assassin, Mark David Chapman, in 2007's Chapter 27, when the 5'9" actor gained a whopping 67 pounds to fit the killer's doughy physique.

At the time, Leto, 40, admitted that his obsession to envelop himself in the part had taken a toll on his health, telling the Los Angeles Times: "I'm not sure it was the wisest choice.

"A friend of mine was recently going to gain weight for a film, and I did my best to talk him out of it. Just because you can lose the weight doesn't mean the impact it had on you isn't there anymore." By the end of filming, Jared could no longer walk to the set.

Five years later, Leto, who even waxed his facial hair and donned nail polish off-set to play the drag queen, has gone to equally dangerous lengths that could permanently destroy his metabolism and digestive system in the future.

"All the stars of Dallas Buyer's Club are losing weight and again, while it is easier for a man to do this than a woman and most likely safer, it is still dangerous as their age due to issues with heart attacks, dehydration and sexual dysfunction," warned nutritional expert Dr. Fred Pescatore.

What do you think? Does Jared Leto put his life in real danger as health experts claim?

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Matthew McConaughey On His Dramatic Weight Loss

Matthew McConaughey's extreme weight loss for his latest role has made Matthew looking like skin and bones but he is  defending his image, claiming he's losing the weight in a "really healthy way" and is "not being starved."

In detail, Matthew is portraying a man who has AIDS in the upcoming film "The Dallas Buyers Club" and he's dropped to a shocking 143 pounds, but he defended his dramatic weight loss transformation, stating he is not just eating one cracker a day.

"I feel fine. I really do," Matthew, 43, who is 6 feet tall, revealed about his shocking transformation.

To be more exact, the movie is based on the true story of Ron Woodruff, a drug addicted straight man who was diagnosed with full-blown AIDS in 1986 and fought the government and the U.S. pharmaceutical industry to get access to anti-viral drugs being used against HIV in other countries.

"I got the means to lose the weight in a really healthy way. I'm eating fresh fish. I'm just eating small amounts. I'm not being starved," Matthew revealed to The Daily Beast.

Photos from the set show McConaughey on set appearing significantly skinny and gaunt, but he insists he is not suffering from dropping the pounds.

"I'm sleeping well. I've got clean meals that I'm cooking for myself. It's just really an exercise in discipline. If anything, it's as much a spiritual journey as it is physical. My body is fine. I'm taking care of myself. Everything has shrunk quite a bit", Matthew was quoted as saying.

Matthew, who recently played a well toned stripper in Magic Mike, claimed he feels different than he used to though.

"It's really been enlightening to understand my anatomy. I don't have the leverage I used to. I have body soreness," Matthew told.

"I've been checked. My levels are fine. I'm as healthy as can be. My blood pressure, everything's fine. The real health challenge is when you put it back on. It's very easy to create a form of diabetes if you don't do it right. You can't just start eating cheeseburgers and ice cream. Your body will go into shock and it just won't work," Matthew continued.

Matthew isn't eating sweets, saying he can't even have a little ice cream

"No. I would love to,"
Matthew added.

What do you think of Matthew McConaughey's dramatic weight loss transformation? Isn't it scary?

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