Tuesday November 19, 2019

Archive for the ‘Celebrities’ Category

Lauren Sanchez pressuring Jeff Bezos to make their public debut

Expect Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez to make their first official public appearance as a couple later this month. Sanchez — who was recently overheard at high-profile spot Nello complaining about how she wants to keep a low profile — is ­“obsessed with the fact that she has become famous,” a source told Page Six.  More…

Lee Majors recalls his marriage to Farrah Fawcett, coping with paparazzi: ‘It was hard to get around’

Back in the day Lee Majors and Farrah Fawcett were Hollywood’s ultimate power couple. He was the star of “Six Million Dollar Man” and she was the beloved blonde bombshell in “Charlie’s Angels.” But being married at the height of their fame was far from easy.  More…

Mario Andretti has a hilarious take on making electric cars louder

The electric racing series Formula E has been making a lot of noise in recent years, but only figuratively. A frequent criticism from fans, and many who might otherwise be, is that the electric motors are too quiet. They only make about 80 decibels (db) of noise, which is barely louder than a typical car cruising down the street, compared to over 120 db for a contemporary Indy or Formula One car.  More…

Anna Nicole Smith’s daughter shines at Kentucky Derby gala

Anna Nicole Smith‘s daughter, Dannielynn Birkhead, is looking very grown up. The 12-year-old was all smiles as the stepped out with her father Larry Birkhead, 46, for the annual Barnstable Brown Kentucky Derby Eve Gala on Friday.  More…

Drugs, sex and death inside the infamous Chateau Marmont

Of all the jaw-dropping things — movie-star affairs, secret parties and tragedies of many stripes — that have happened at the Chateau Marmont hotel in West Hollywood, the most notorious remains comedian John Belushi’s 1982 drug death. Lesser known, however, are the stories of celebrity copycats who seemingly wanted to follow in his footsteps.  More…

Gayle King pushes out Norah O’Donnell at ‘CBS This Morning’

Norah O’Donnell is officially out as co-host CBS’ struggling morning show — thanks to Gayle King. Sources close to CBS say the new anchor lineup for “CBS This Morning” has been set and it doesn’t include O’Donnell because King — riding high off her big interview with R. Kelly — has demanded she be sent elsewhere.  More…

Princess Diana’s fatal injury should not have killed her

Princess Diana‘s injury shouldn’t have killed her, UK’s top forensic pathologist argues in a new book. Dr. Richard Shepherd, who investigated the death of the Princess of Wales, says her “very tiny” injury — a tear in a vein — only caused her death because it was in the wrong place, hidden deep in her lung.  More…

Cher questions Los Angeles’ ability to ‘take care of its own’ amid immigration debate

Cher took to Twitter on Sunday to point out that Los Angeles, a city with about 50,000 homeless, is ill-equipped to deal with a large influx of illegal immigrants, much less its own residents.  More…

Chris Evans says he ‘might have to cut ties’ with Tom Brady: ‘I really hope he’s not a Trump supporter’

“Captain America” star Chris Evans talked politics in a recent interview and said he “really” hopes the quarterback of his favorite team, Tom Brady, is not a supporter of President Trump. Evans, 37, conducted a tell-all interview with The Hollywood Reporter that was published Wednesday. The discussion turned to politics when the issue of the actor’s vocal political views on social media came up.  More…

Leonardo DiCaprio didn’t want to say famous line in ‘Titanic,’ says James Cameron

"Titanic" produced so many iconic scenes and lines, but there was one particularly memorable moment in the 1997 blockbuster that star Leonardo DiCaprio wasn’t thrilled about. In a new interview with BBC’s "Movies That Made Me," James Cameron opens up about DiCaprio’s memorable “I’m the king of the world,” line, which the director went on to shout in cringing fashion at the 1998 Oscars.  More…

15 Shirley Temple facts you should know in honor of the late child star

Hollywood became dimmer on Feb. 10, 2014 when Shirley Temple, the dimpled, curly-haired child star who brought joy to Americans during the Depression died at age 85. As a tot, Temple was the country’s top box office draw from 1935 until 1938, and beat out Clark Gable, Bing Crosby and Joan Crawford — just to name a few.  More…

As Mick Jagger heads for heart surgery, Keith Richards continues to defy the odds

Who thought he’d be the Stone to crack! 75-year-old Mick Jagger will undergo heart surgery in New York City this week, sources told The Post — as his permanently pickled bandmate Keith Richards continues his march toward seeming immortality.  More…

Popular Instagram model gets bitten on butt by wild pig in Bahamas

Like so many Instagram influencers before her, Michelle Lewin recently found herself in the Bahamas alongside the famed “swimming pigs” of the Exumas. This time, however, the pigs weren’t in the mood for visitors.  More…

Being Martha Stewart’s assistant doesn’t sound like fun

It’s tough being Martha Stewart’s assistant, who was ordered to reorganize the domestic diva’s mountain of beauty and medical products, including enema kits. Martha magnanimously blogged about how her personal assistant, Shqipe Berisha, was tasked with sorting her kaleidoscope of cosmetics into labeled clear plastic tubs in the basement dressing room of her “winter house.”  More…

Chicago seeks $130,000 from Jussie Smollett as actor’s legal team demands apology from mayor, police chief

The city of Chicago delivered a letter to Jussie Smollett’s legal team seeking $130,000 from the actor, a spokesperson for the city law department revealed to Fox News on Thursday, as Smollett’s lawyers demanded an apology from Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson for "for dragging an innocent man’s character through the mud."  More…