Sunday was a big day for tattoo artist, former reality star, clothing designer and burgeoning music artist Kat Von D, as it marked the day when she says she came across the 19th person her former fiance Jesse James cheated on her with.
Ms. Von D tweeted a link to a Facebook post on Sunday titled "Thank you, Jesse James" in which she hints at the alleged transgressions of James (he of "Monster Garage" fame whose marriage to Sandra Bullock ended after he admitted to being unfaithful).
James and Kat Von D had an on-again, off-again relationship that began following the dissolution of his marriage to Bullock last summer, and by January of this year they were engaged....only to breakup, get back engaged, and then separate again.
Kim Kardashian's sure keeping the courts busy these days.
When not filing for divorce, the 31-year-old reality star is slamming a man who says he's her former publicist with legal documents seeking $200,000 in damages.
CNN has confirmed TMZ's report that Kardashian filed arbitration papers on Friday against Jonathan Jaxson, a fellow who's been making the media rounds saying that Kardashian has a history of crafting situations for cameras and publicity.
Friendships were tested and 'shrooms were eaten during last night’s explosive prelude to "How to Make It's" season finale.
We began with Kappo prepping for a stint in a medium security prison. The fact that we got next to no explanation of why Eddie Kaye Thomas’ character is headed for lockup (OK, insider trading, whatever) almost made it hard to care that he was leaving.
At the same time, I do wish we had more of him to go around this season. Regardless, Kappo wanted to talk with Rene about how to handle life behind bars, and wanted Cam to set it up.
While promoting “Moneyball” in Japan, E! News reports that Brad Pitt had some words of wisdom regarding the Occupy Wall Street protests. His advice? Keep going, learn the issues and come up with a plan.
Americans are questioning a “system that has not served us very well,” Pitt explained to Tokyo reporters of the current movement. He described a system “defined for corporate lobbyists instead of the best needs for the people, and people are feeling screwed a little bit there."
The father of six also stressed that OWS protesters need to keep their momentum. "The most important thing," he said, is "not just getting swept up in the fervor of a fight. If you're feeling marginalized and frustrated, sometimes the release of a fight can pacify for the moment."
Alice Cullen, “The Twilight Saga’s” clairvoyant vampire, may be frozen in time as a teenager, but that doesn’t mean she can’t evolve her look.
Ashley Greene, the actress who brings the immortal Alice to life on the big screen, said her character has sported a different ‘do in each of the installments.
And “Breaking Dawn - Part 1” is no exception.
Chelsea Clinton may have avoided the public eye in the past, but she's now stepping into the spotlight.
The daughter of former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been hired as a special correspondent for NBC's "Nightly News" and "Rock Center with Brian Williams," effective Monday.
She'll contribute to the "Making a Difference" series, which focuses on "extraordinary stories from ordinary people," CNN's Political Ticker reports.
For more, visit the Ticker.
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