Kim Kardashian may have a lot of love for her sister Kourtney’s 5-month-old son, Mason, but other people’s kids? Not so much.
The E! reality star was appalled recently when a woman started nursing her baby in public and didn’t bother to hide her bare breast. “EWW Im at lunch,the woman at the table next 2 me is breast feeding her baby w no coverup," Kardashian tweeted on Friday.
Making matters worse, the mother put the baby on the table and proceeded to change her diaper, much to Kardashian's alarm.
Add singer Vanessa Carlton to the list of celebrities revealing their bisexuality.
Following "True Blood" star Anna Paquin's April announcement, Carlton - best known for her 2002 hit "A Thousand Miles" - revealed at Nashville Pride over the weekend that she, too, prefers the company of both men and women.
"I've never said this before, but I am a proud bisexual woman," the 29-year-old Grammy nominee told the crowd of 18,000 assembled at Nashville's Riverfront Park on Saturday.
Americans are having a love affair with soccer, and the ratings are up to prove it.
According to a report in Mediaweek, the first 14 matches of the World Cup as seen on ESPN and ABC have delivered an average of 3.35 million viewers, which is a 64 percent increase from the same period in 2006.
The USA-England match, which ended in a tie on June 12, drew 13 million viewers to ABC, making it the most-watched first round World Cup game in U.S. broadcast history.
At the ripe old age of 24, Amanda Bynes is saying goodbye to acting.
Bynes, who was just 10 when she made her name on the Nickelodeon show “All That” before getting her own series, “The Amanda Show,” made her announcement on Saturday via Twitter.
"Being an actress isn't as fun as it may seem," tweeted the star, who counts Marilyn Monroe and Angelina Jolie among her idols. "If I don't love something anymore, I stop doing it. I don't love acting anymore, so I've stopped doing it."
The “Hairspray” star added, "I've never written the movies & tv shows I've been a part of. I've only acted like the characters the producers or directors wanted me to play."
Bynes didn’t say what she’ll do next, but in the meantime, she’ll make her final appearance on the big screen this September in the high-school comedy, “Easy A.”
Looks like Lady Gaga’s love for the New York Yankees is turning into a “Bad Romance.”
One week after the always controversial singer made headlines for flipping the bird at rival team the New York Mets come reports that she had been banned from Yankee Stadium.
Following her beloved team’s June 18 loss to the Mets, Gaga - wearing a half-buttoned Yankees jersey and bikini bottoms - reportedly sweet-talked her way past security and into the Yankees’ clubhouse, where, according to the New York Post, she met with players and drank whiskey. Yankees co-chairman Hal Steinbrenner was said to be furious at the native New Yorker, and the newspaper claimed he had her banned.
But Gaga won’t be saying ta-ta after all, reports ESPN. "She's not banned,” Yankees GM Brian Cashman clarifies. “Celebrities aren't banned. If Michael Jordan showed up here he would have access [to the clubhouse], but not after a loss."
CNN.com’s Stephen Walsh interviewed his kids – Macie, 7, and Ian, 4, after they saw “Toy Story 3” on Friday. Their review, albeit brief, was as much as he could get out of them because they wanted to go back inside and get a snack.
CNN.com: What is “Toy Story 3” about?
Macie: Andy goes to college and he puts some of his toys in the attic, except they get thrown in the dump so they escape. Then they go to Sunnyside Preschool and there’s kids there.
There’s this bear. He’s the bad guy and he ties Buzz Lightyear up. He’s, like, evil. Then Woody, he goes to this girl’s house and he gets played with a lot and then they go into the trash because the bear is there and they’re trying to escape back to Andy’s house.
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