Khloe Kardashian is hoping fans don't keep up with her when it comes to being sexually active at a young age. The reality star told the co-hosts of "The View" yesterday that she regrets losing her virginity at 14.
Kardashian revealed that she was dating an 18-year-old man at the time and felt somewhat conned into sleeping with him.
"Well, not conned, but persuaded, because he was older and I felt I wouldn't be accepted or cool or whatever," said the 26-year-old co-author of "Kardashian Konfidential."
This week's "Skating with the Stars" focused on the tango and waltz, with teams required to perform both a dance lift and a complicated step sequence.
The first celeb out of the pack was Jonny Moseley, who performed a routine to "Jump Jive an' Wail" that showed good footwork. The judge no one has heard of praised Jonny for having "funk in his trunk," which would require a change of trousers if it happened to us normal folk.
As far as scoring goes, Jonny got a 24 for technical and, well, I'm not sure what he got for artistic, as Dick Button held up a "7" paddle but announced "8." Host Vernon Kay only made matters worse by saying Dick held up an "8" paddle but announced "7." At that moment, elementary school math teachers shook their heads in shame.
Looks like Shannen Doherty's next project is going to be a real snooze. The former "90210" actress has signed on to star in a new Web series that will promote the importance of sleep.
"Suite 7," sponsored by the Better Sleep Council and distributed on MyLifetime.com, Hulu, and other sites, will revolve around different couples – including Doherty, Brian Austin Green, Ileana Douglas, and Milo Ventimiglia – who check into the suite and "unpack personal baggage," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Doherty and Ventimiglia will also direct episodes of the series, which hopes to highlight how proper sleep is crucial to health and well-being.
Well, the upcoming Oscars should be interesting.
In a move that's pretty obviously trying to attract younger eyes to the telecast, the 83rd Academy Awards will be hosted by James Franco – he who has inspired both fainting in movie theaters and screams of adoration within recent weeks – and Anne Hathaway. Producers for the Oscars said in a statement that the two actors “personify the next generation of Hollywood icons— fresh, exciting and multi-talented.”
Talented enough to also be nominated for an award at the very event they’ll be hosting? It could happen.
In August, Dr. Laura Schlessinger made headlines when she announced her plans to leave terrestrial radio amidst the controversy surrounding her use of the N-word during an on-air call. At the time, she said she was leaving in hopes of regaining her First Amendment rights.
Months later, she seems to have found those rights... on a different wavelength.
Come January 3, Schlessinger will join Howard Stern and Rosie O’Donnell, among other radio personalities, on Sirius XM radio.
The $65 million Spider-Man musical previewed on Broadway Sunday and, judging by most of the reviews, the show was tangled up in more than a few problems.
The New York Post's Michael Riedel calls "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" an "epic flop" thanks to its confusing storyline, on-stage special effects gone awry, and numerous delays that resulted in a 3 ½ -hour running time.
"At various points, overhead stage wires dropped on the audience, scenery appeared on stage missing pieces - and the show's star was even left swaying helplessly midair during what was supposed to be the climatic end to the first act," wrote Riedel.
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