FERGIE and JOSH DUHAMEL are expecting their first child. Fergie broke the news on Twitter, by posting a composite photo of the two of them as babies, along with the caption, quote, "Josh & Me &
So…it seems Kim Kardashian’s former publicist is spilling the beans on her marriage to Kris Humphries – saying it was
"She knew weeks before getting married she didn't want to do it,". He also talkes about may things he staged for the show – so …looks like Kris could get some money from this after all!
"She's never gotten over her ex Reggie Bush…
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--Khloe hasn't commented . . . and a spokesperson for "X Factor" would only say that no talent decisions have been made for the upcoming season.
BRAD PITT'S 4-year-old son Knox looks just like him. And that's all I have to say about that.
(Here are the pics.) (Buzzfeed)<-------LOOK HERE!
10 years ago today: 34.6 Million people turned into to "Joe Millionaire"
--To give you an idea of how HUGE that audience is, only the Super Bowl (with 138 million viewers) and the Academy Awards (with 41.8 million viewers) drew a larger audience in the past year.
Beyonce was recently photographed sporting gold nails in promo shots for her upcoming Mrs. Carter World Tour, and they didn’t come cheap. According to reports, the gold talons, designed by H&H nails, cost almost $90 each or about $900 for the set.
A 23-year-old waitress is spilling the beans about her relationship with Olympic swimming star Michael Phelps. Sarah Herndon says she met Michael just before Christmas while vacationing in
She says Mike isl “a good kisser,” adding, “he’s very cuddly and kissy which is cute. He’s charming and a gentleman.”
Brendan Fraser’s has filed a petition with
Did Harry Styles dish about Taylor Break up?
Proportionally, hash browns have more fat and calories than a cheeseburger or Big Mac.
Cut the salt- it could save your life! A study found that half a million American lives could be saved if people reduced their salt intake by just a fraction of a teaspoon per day.
According to research, a gradual reduction of salt consumption over 10 years (resulting in a 40% overall reduction) would prolong the lives of up to 500,000 people by cutting their risk of high blood pressure and heart disease. On average, Americans eat 3,600 milligrams of salt daily- significantly more than the daily recommended amount of 1,500 milligrams. The salt reduction suggested by this study would reduce people’s salt intake to 2,200 milligrams per day. Eighty percent of the salt Americans ingest is in processed, prepackaged foods; researchers hope the study results will encourage food manufacturers to reduce the salt they put into their products.