The British makeup artist fell in love with Kim after seeing her reality show, and said:
Some of the cosmetic procedures he's undergone include:
The Human Rights Campaign has been using balloons to drop information into the country, which keeps itself largely cut off from the rest of the world (they don't even have the Internet!).
In addition to leaflets telling people their government is lying to them, the balloons also sometimes contain items like Real Housewives DVDs, chocolate, and
Don't believe everything you read!
Reports recently surfaced that Teresa Giudice's home was raided by the federal government. Anonymous sources said the Fed seized the Giudices' possessions — including her four daughters' Christmas gifts — because she and her husband Joe failed to set up a restitution payment plan (they were ordered to pay $400,000+ during their October sentencing).
It sounded way too grinchy — and fishy — to us. Turns out the reports were untrue!
A rep for the embattled Real Housewives of New Jersey star revealed:
The Thor star was discussing working with late cinema legend Mike Nichols when she gave people a peek behind the curtain at the dark days of the much maligned prequels.
It turns out Nichols (with whom she worked on the play The Seagull and the movie Closer) was an especially big influence on her career — after playing Padme ruined her reputation!
Things are really reaching a boiling point on The View, and not just behind the scenes.
Well while the ladies and their guest co-host Laverne Cox were discussing how the story was a clear sign of racism, Whoopi Goldberg simply shook her head and smirked.
However, it didn't take long for her to break her silence and get into a shouting match with EVERYONE, leading to a very uncomfortable experience for pretty much everyone involved!
The question is, was Whoopi out of line, or was she right to call out her fellow co-hosts? Watch the clip (below) and decide for yourself!
Many are attacking the decision as a loss of ground in the war for free speech.
We have to agree that giving in to the demands of terrorists sets a very dangerous precedent. Will our movies always have to meet the approved guidelines of those who would threaten violence?
Moreover, does this move make us even LESS safe??
Cyber security expert Peter W. Singer, author of Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know, believes that giving in to the threats was the worst decision possible.
Speaking to Vice, he said: