Daniel Craig is not a fan of reality TV.
The actor, who revealed his low opinions of the Kardashians in the January issue of British GQ, used some strong language to make his case.
Craig - the star of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" – tells the magazine that he values privacy. "I think there's a lot to be said for keeping your own counsel," he said, noting that, “you can't buy your privacy back.”
Life was better for some Bravermans than others this week, and while it was definitely more upbeat than the last episode, there's still no happy dance party at the end.
Jasmine wakes up next to Crosby, realizing her mom will be there with Jabbar. She proceeds to act like a child instead of a grown-a– woman who spent the night with the father of her child.
So, she forces him to get up and run, while he's trying to discuss the situation. At least she didn’t make him go out the window.
It’s only been four months since Amy Winehouse passed away, but the late singer’s duds are already being auctioned for impressive sums. A fashion museum in South America has shelled out big bucks for one of Winehouse’s dresses, reports the New York Daily News.
On Tuesday, the Museo de la Moda in Santiago, Chile, reportedly paid $67,120 for the dress Amy wore on the cover of her 2006 Grammy-winning album "Back to Black."
The frock was created by fashion label Disaya, which loaned the U.K. size 8 dress out for Winehouse’s album cover shoot. Disaya has agreed to donate the sale proceeds to The Amy Winehouse Foundation.
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As everyone cranks out best-of, year-end lists, GQ magazine has gone for a slightly different tack, offering to highlight the 25 least influential people of the year.
There are plenty of politicians, and GQ's bipartisan in its light-hearted critique, placing Republican House Speaker John Boehner at No. 24 for being "a politician who was elected specifically to not give a s--" and President Obama at No. 25 for "[wielding] all the power of a substitute teacher at night school."
But there are also plenty of celebrities.
Critically acclaimed chanteuse Adele is receiving yet another accolade: The Brit's hit album “21” has earned the year’s highest certification to date.
According to a press release, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has awarded the singer a quadruple-platinum plaque for her sophomore effort. (Platinum status is earned by selling one million units, by the way.)
Since its February release, “21” has been flying off the shelves - it was certified platinum by March.
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