In an interview with HLN’s Richelle Carey, Janet Jackson gets personal, talking about her memories of her late brother Michael, her relationship with their father Joe, and if another marriage and kids are in her future.
On becoming a mom, Jackson told Carey that she's hoping it'll happen.
“But you know I really do leave it [to] God,” Jackson added, noting that filmmaker Tyler Perry has told her that statement is her way of saying she doesn’t really want kids. But, Jackson said, “That’s not the truth... if it's really meant to be it will happen. God will bless me with that.”
If you thought Mila Kunis was a bad girl in "Black Swan," brace yourself for her next role: The actress is in talks to play the Wicked Witch of the West in the upcoming "Oz, the Great and Powerful" prequel.
According to Vulture, the film will tell the backstory of such beloved Oz characters as the Wizard and Glinda the Good Witch, and reveal info on the lesser-known Wicked Witch of the East, Evanorah, who had a house fall on her when Dorothy dropped in.
Golden Globe nominee Kunis would play Evanorah's sister Theodorah, who would go on to become Dorothy's nemesis, the Wicked Witch of the West.
The Kardashian clan reportedly pulled in $65 million in 2010, and is it hard to see why? Even their rumored nuptials are weekly magazine cover worthy.
So this week, we have double the dose of a supposed wedding between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick, although Kardashian has already tweeted what looks like a denial. (In a blog post that included two of this week's covers, she wrote, "thank you everyone for the excitement but you will have to tune in to the finale of the show for the real scoop." Well played.)
Besides your weekly Kardashian update, there's also a few random tidbits about why Sandra Bullock (supposedly) turned down John Mayer, what the deal is between Jake Gyllenhaal and Jennifer Aniston (likely nothing) and why Kendra's (supposedly) ready to move on from her own marriage.
Until next week...
There is no longer a bun in the oven for the "Cake Boss."
Life is just a little bit sweeter for Buddy Valastro, star of the hit TLC show "Cake Boss," and his wife Lisa who have announced the birth of their fourth child on Valentine's Day. Carlo Salvatore Valastro is the couple's third son and was born at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston NJ, weighing in at 7 pounds 3 ounces and measuring 20 inches.
“We feel so blessed to welcome a healthy new baby into our family,” Valastro said.
Congrats to the family! Click here to watch a video of Buddy and Lisa discussing baby names.
How to comfort your friend post-breakup, according to The Situation:
1. Rub his head
2. Encourage him to keep crying
3. Tell him to listen to music - preferably something by Michael Bolton
4. Recite every cliché in the book - “Life goes on,” “If it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be,” etc.
5. Suggest he assume the fetal position
Life must be so stressful for Sitch, what with so many roles to fill. Between Uncle Situation, Doctor Situation, Chef Situation and, everyone’s favorite, Bang Your Girl Situation, how does he do it?
At long last, the Michael Scott script was finally produced and revealed to the world on Thursday night's episode of "The Office."
To be precise, as Michael put it, it took "three years of writing, one year of shooting, four years of re-shooting and two years of editing" to bring "Threat Level Midnight" to the small, Dunder Mifflin/Sabre screen.
(Michael Scott's biggest directing influence, by the way? "I am a huge Woody Allen fan, although I've only seen 'Antz.'")
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