The fate of Kourtney Kardashian’s baby apparently lies in her cell phone.
Kim Kardashian’s big sis tells People magazine that she’s been storing possible names for her unborn child in her mobile device - until she and her boyfriend can finally agree on one.
"We always have our little list that I keep in my phone," Kardashian said referring to her picks for her second child with Scott Disick. "I have my little list of names, and I cross it off one day and a new one comes. We definitely don't have 'the' name. We're going back and forth."
If a recent tweet is any indication, it appears that Jessica Simpson is taking the ongoing conversation about her pregnancy weight in stride.
She reminded fans via Twitter to pick up her nude Elle cover before it leaves newsstands, because it was their "last chance to see me 'fat' aka PREGNANT on the cover of Elle," as she posted last Thursday. "I loved this shoot, [and it's] only on stands for a few more days!"
Though Simpson didn’t say so, the 31-year-old’s remark is being viewed by some as a rebuttal to “The View” host Joy Behar’s not-so-flattering comments about Simpson on her show last week, reports Us Weekly.
Thank goodness Demi Lovato hit her brakes: The 19-year-old singer says she recently almost ran over Paul McCartney.
"So.... today I was pulling into a parking space that some guys were standing in the middle of, and almost hit them," she tweeted early Tuesday morning.
And then one of the gentleman turned around....and it just so happened to be a Beatle. "Yes, YOU HEARD ME," Lovato tweeted. "SIR PAUL McCARTNEY!!! He was so sweet!! Can't believe I met him today.. WOW!"
Weight Watchers has Jennifer Hudson and Charles Barkley, and now NutriSystem has Janet Jackson singing its praises.
The superstar debuted a trim new figure in a TV ad for the diet company that's been circulating online.
“I lost the pounds I wanted to lose, and you can too,” the 45-year-old singer/actress confirms in a spot for the brand.
Madonna had the biggest album debut of the year with her new offering, "MDNA," but the disc's second week sales may lead to a less flattering record.
Forbes reports that the superstar's latest is on track to have the biggest second-week drop in chart history.
Contributor Roger Friedman is hedging his bets that "when all the numbers are in on Tuesday night, 'MDNA' will have fallen from No. 1 by 88 percent - from 359,000 copies in its first week to roughly 46,000 the second week."
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