Confidence is key!
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When it comes to chimpanzees, Jane Goodall is the world's leading authority.
So when she says that Michael Jackson's chimp Bubbles was abused when under MJ's care, we believe her.
When leaving an event in D.C., Jane said that Bubbles was
British tabloids tend to blur the faces of celeb kids because it's just a respectful thing to do.
Eva Mendes wishes that the paparazzi around El Lay would do the same thing…
For her and Ryan Goslings dogs: Hugo and George!!
She said the paps even try and use her dogs to get better pics of her, saying:
We're tired of the same ol' lions, tigers and bears…
Luckily Tracy Morgan's house has snakes, sharks, and Michael Jackson gloves!
As we all get ready to say so long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye to 30 Rock, the eccentric star of the show gave a tour of his Jersey home for Rolling Stone.
Tracy has a shark tank (that was featured on Tanked), snakes, a Michael Jackson glove in glass, and
While we'll never understand the urge to own a chimp, we always hate it when they are abandoned.
Michael Jackson's pet chimp, Bubbles, has been left high and dry by the Jackson family. The primate was left out of MJ's will and Bubbles is currently "in retirement" in Florida.
Prince, Paris and Blanket used to play with Bubbles all the time, but they have visited nor contributed any cash to Bubbles' $20,000 keep.
Sad…stuck in retirement with no one to talk to…
Michael Jackson's tiger, awesomely named Thriller, sadly died of lung cancer
Most of Michael Jackson's exotic pets are in different homes are have whereabouts unknown.
MJ was known to keep a large collection of wild animals as "pets." Most notably a chimp named Bubbles.
Bubbles was one of the lucky ones who ended up at a reputable sanctuary.
Some of the less lucky animals were
As we previously mentioned, Dr. Conrad Murray's defense team used Beagles in a study to try and see how much ingested propofol it would take to kill.
Well it didn't take long for that news to reach PETA, who is outraged at the defense team.
PETA's president said: