Now that “True Blood’s” Anna Paquin has been “initiated into the followed-by-paparazzi crowd,” as she told Self magazine in their July issue, she’s learned to care even less about what people think of her.
The breaking point for Paquin came when she was made fun of for wearing a helmet while riding her bike. “I was like, OK, that would be a really stupid reason to die,” she said. “At that point, I was done.”
Paquin's newly developed thicker skin also came in handy to deal with the aftermath of announcing that she's bisexual.
He's thought to be among the highest-paid teens in Hollywood, but Taylor Lautner swears he's just an ordinary guy.
Although he signed a $7.5 million deal to play “Stretch Armstrong” in a movie about the iconic toy, he chose Olive Garden as the lunch venue for his interview with GQ. “Do you like this place?” he asked GQ’s Mickey Rapkin. “My father turned me on to it.”
In the interview, he shares how a series of fateful events brought him from being a regular 7-year-old kid taking karate classes in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to his status as an icon recognized around the world - a fact that never fails to amaze him.
In case you haven’t had enough “Jersey Shore” in your life, you can indulge in Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino’s auto-tune drenched, fist-pumping dance single, "The Situation," now available for purchase on all digital retail outlets.
Sorrentino teamed up with Fatman Scoop, DJ Class and the Disco Fries to create this “Jersey Shore” musical spawn, and TMZ posted a 50-second clip of this migraine of a song.
After the introduction lyrics - “We got a situation here" - about half of the brief clip is comprised of “Whoa, Whoa, Situation,” repeated over a background of what sounds like air-raid blasts and an anxiety-inducing techno beat mix.
Jennifer Lopez covered a lot of ground in a recent interview with “Extra,” explaining how her choreographed cameo at the MTV Movie Awards came to pass, as well as putting rumors to rest about her marriage to Marc Anthony.
As for her MTV appearance, Lopez said Cruise called her up personally about a month ahead of time to put in his request. “[Tom] said, ‘I have this idea. I’m doing this thing for MTV Movie Awards, and I want it to be a surprise,” she said in the interview.
J.Lo was happy to oblige but had one stipulation: He had to learn the cane dance that she does in the 2007 “Get Right” music video.
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