Minggu, 25 September 2011

Justin Bieber I Really Am ... "KING of the World"

Justin Bieber will almost certainly get lucky tonight ... because TMZ has learned he just surprised girlfriend Selena Gomez with the most romantic surprise ever.

He's corralled the entire Staples Center in L.A. for a screening of the movie "Titanic" ... just for the two of them.

Sources connected to the Biebs tell us .. Justin hatched the idea after seeing the movie "Mr. Deeds" -- where Adam Sandler surprises Winona Ryder with a date at Madison Square Garden.

Here's how it went down tonight ... Justin took Selena to the Demi Lovato concert at neighboring Nokia Theater. He then said, "Come with me" -- and took her underground to Staples Center to watch the biggest shipwreck of all time.

And if you don't hate him enough already -- Justin didn't have to pay a penny for Staples. We're told since he sold out the venue three times, and it was empty tonight ... they gave him the entire arena for free.

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Jesse James, Kat Von D Split Again

Jesse James and Kat Von D are on the outs, yet again.

The couple, who called off their seven-month engagement in July, reconciled last month, telling people they were still on track to tie the knot.

However, it looks like that's not the case.

Von D took to Facebook Saturday to clear up some rumors that had been floating around, including rumors about her on-and-off relationship with James.

"I am not in a relationship," she wrote. "And I apologize for all the "back and forth" if it’s caused any confusion."

Von D also confirmed the news of the split to PEOPLE, telling them she and James were "on two different paths in life."

The tattoo artist and James, who is the ex-husband of Sandra Bullock and CEO of West Coast Choppers, first stepped out together last September and had originally been planning an August wedding.

Relationship trouble aside, things haven't exactly been stress-free for Von D lately. The tattoo artist, whose TLC show "LA Ink" was recently cancelled, also used Facebook to talk about what's next for her -- and it doesn't include moving to Texas or shutting down her shop, High Voltage Tattoo.

"As hard as it is to sometimes let go of the things you are so accustomed to doing, I am happy to have done 'LA Ink,' but am even more excited about new upcoming ventures -- and can't wait to eventually share more about this with you all," she wrote.

See some photos of other celebrity couples who've called it quits below!

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Senin, 19 September 2011

Michele Bachmann Defends HPV Vaccine Comments, Gay Marriage Stance On 'Tonight Show' With Jay Leno

Michele Bachmann appeared as a guest on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno Friday, and the talk show host used the opportunity to press the Republican presidential candidate about her controversial remarks about the HPV vaccine and her views on homosexuality.

At the GOP debate last Monday, sponsored by CNN and the Tea Party Express, Bachmann criticized Texas Gov. Rick Perry for signing an executive order requiring middle-school girls in his state to get vaccinated against the human papillomavirus.

"Is that bad? It's a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer," Leno asked Bachmann Friday night.

"Well I think so," Bachmann replied. "The concern is that there are potentially side effects that can come with something like that. But it gives a false sense of assurance to a young woman when she has that, that if she's sexually active that she doesn't have to worry about sexually transmitted diseases."

"I'm not sure it's a sense of assurance. It can prevent cervical cancer, correct?" Leno interjected.

"It's something that could potentially have dangerous side effects," Bachmann repeated.

Leno also pressed Bachmann about the story she has told about meeting an unidentified woman following the debate who said her daughter suffered "mental retardation" as a result of the HPV vaccine.

"Do you regret not getting this woman's name and address?" Leno asked Bachmann.

"I don't know who this person was," Bachmann replied, refusing to budge from the talking points she has repeated this week. "I wasn't speaking as a doctor, I wasn't speaking as a scientist, I was just relating what this woman said."
Leno also pressed Bachmann about her views on homosexuality and gay marriage.
"That whole 'pray the gay away' thing, I don't get it," said Leno, referring to the Christian counseling clinic she owns with her husband.
Bachmann tried to deflect Leno's question with a joke, pointing to her hair and saying, “When I heard that I really thought it was like kind of a mid-life crisis line, like, 'Pray away the gray.'"
The joke fell flat.
"It sounds like, if two gay people want to get married, that's their business, that doesn't concern us,” Leno continued. "Why is that even an issue?"
"I know gay families that are married, they have children. And they're wonderful people. It doesn't seem like they shouldn't be allowed to be happy. But I'm not going to change your mind on that one.”
When Leno asked who Bachmann would like to have as her running mate, she tried to lighten the tone. “You’re taken. You don’t want a cut in pay,” she teased Leno.
“Well, we’d probably have an argument over the gay thing,” he replied.
Leno did get in one good one-liner, though, while discussing the Tea Party's uncompromising position on raising the nation's debt ceiling.
“If you become president -- and you seem pretty strident in your views," Leno said.
“Convicted. I’m convicted,” Bachmann interjected.
“Convicted?” Leno replied. “No, you don’t get convicted until after you’re in office. That’s later. You have to get elected first."


Fox Kills Alec Baldwin's Phone Hacking Emmy Joke; Baldwin Pulls Out Of Ceremony

Rupert Murdoch's Fox network cut a joke by Alec Baldwin about the company's phone hacking scandal out of a skit for Sunday's Emmy Awards, causing Baldwin to pull out of the ceremony.

Deadline was the first to report the news, and Baldwin confirmed it on Twitter.

"Fox did kill my NewsCorp hacking joke," Baldwin wrote. "Which sucks bc I think it would have made them look better. A little."

Baldwin had made a reference to the omission in an earlier tweet, writing, "I did a short Emmy pretape a few days ago. Now they tell me NewsCorp may cut the funniest line. #NewsCorphumorlessaswellascorrupt."

Deadline says that the joke came during the planned opening sketch for the Emmys, in which Baldwin was to play a fictional head of a television network. News Corp. told the site that it cut the joke because it didn't want to make light of the phone hacking scandal which has engulfed Murdoch's company.

It's not the first time that a Murdoch property has been accused of going soft on the scandal. The Wall Street Journal was heavily criticized for an editorial strongly defending News Corp.


'10 Years': Courteney Cox, David Arquette Developing Relationship Show For ABC

Well, the experts always do recommend that you write what you know.

Courteney Cox and David Arquette, who separated last October after 11 years of marriage, have remained more than amicable, spending time together, praising each other and raising their daughter, Coco. It also seems that the pair have been keeping up their business relationship, too. According to TV Line, the pair, through their Coquette Productions production company, is in development on a sitcom that would track the ups and downs of relationships over the course of a decade.

Cox would only work behind the scenes, though Arquette -- who is on this season of "Dancing With The Stars" -- could feature on screen in the show. They both appeared in this year's "Scream 4."

Since their split, and some difficult substance-based times for Arquette, the pair has been open about their admiration and affection for one another. Back in April, Cox told David Letterman that, "I don't know what's gonna happen, I really don't. We're getting along so well that I hate to, like, rock the boat." In March, as Arquette left rehab, she said to "Extra," "Oh my God, I'm so proud of him! Best he's ever looked! He's so cute that I'm like, dude, I don't understand. Really?! Why are you that cute right now?"