Miley Cyrus just wants to live her life. The singer says she wants parents to take more responsibility for parenting their own children and not put so much pressure on her to be a role model.
“My job isn’t to tell your kids how to act or how not to act because I’m still figuring that out for myself,” the 17-year old pop star says in the February issue of Harper’s Bazaar magazine.
The singer says she shouldn’t be criticized for the typical teenage behavior she displays, like posting explicit pictures to her MySpace page or performing a pole dance during a performance at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards (OK, so most teenagers probably haven't gone there). FULL POST
Drastic hair changes and bad breakups go hand in hand, but while most women go for a dramatic haircut, Kate Gosselin has found comfort in a head full of hair extensions, courtesy of celebrity stylist Ted Gibson.
The new hair is just the latest sign that the old Kate - whose blonde locks were constantly ridiculed in tabloids - is gone, and a new Kate has taken her place.
“It’s good to have hair again,” she told People magazine for their upcoming issue. “I never thought I’d have short hair for as long as I did. I feel like this is a fresh start, a fresh me, a fresh life.”
Contrary to reports that rapper Lil Wayne will be lending his voice to the son of God, a spokesperson for Adult Swim says that the rapper's character in a one-hour cartoon special with the working title “Return of Freaknik” is not Jesus Christ per se, but just a guy named Jesus.
The cartoon, which is being produced by fellow music maker T-Pain, is about a group of up-and-coming rappers who travel to Atlanta for a battle of the bands contest. (Freaknik was a 1990s gathering of students from historically black colleges, first in Atlanta, later in Florida.)
Lil Wayne, who is scheduled to be sentenced to prison in New York on February 9 as a result of gun charges, was brought into the Adult Swim mix by T-Pain, who has worked with Nick Weidenfeld, the head of program development for the network, in the past. (Adult Swim, like CNN, is part of Time Warner.)
And the award goes to ... Sandra Bullock, for making history as the first A-list actress to push a movie past the $200 million mark at the domestic box office.
Her latest movie, “The Blind Side,” has been a steady little engine that could, grossing $208.5 million domestically since its November 20 debut, according to the trade publication Variety.
And it looks like it still has room to grow.
Any actor who has received a Golden Globe nod or a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination usually kicks off the season by heading to Palm Springs the first week of January.
They make the two-hour trek from Hollywood to the Palm Springs Film Festival Gala, and event that kicks off the 13-day festival where actors, directors and producers show up to be honored for their achievements in film throughout the year.
For several of the actors, it was their first time attending the gala. Among them: Anna Kendrick, who received the Rising Star Award for her work in "Up in the Air"; Helen Mirren of "The Last Station," who finally got the Career Achievement Award; and Jeremy Renner, who picked up the Breakthrough Actor Award for his compelling work in the acclaimed film "The Hurt Locker."
There's only one semi-sexy scene in James Cameron's blockbuster "Avatar," but what couldn't be shown in theaters you'll be able to watch in the privacy of your own home.
Cameron admitted in a recent group interview that "Avatar" did have a sex scene between Zoe Saldana's Neytiri, a Na’vi, and the avatar of Sam Worthington's character, Jake Sully, but he cut it out in favor of a PG-13 rating.
"That [scene] will be something for the special edition DVD, if you want to see how they have sex," Cameron said.
(If you haven't seen the movie and absolutely detest spoilers, stop reading now.)
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