Remember the petitions that went up in the fall calling for a Kardashian boycott after Kim announced she was getting divorced? Well, one of them looks to be still going strong: The New York Daily News reports that over a quarter of a million people have signed such an online petition.
At the time of this post, 285,692 people have listed their names on BoycottKim.com, which asserts that Kardashian, 31, has made a “mockery of American culture.”
The petitioners pledge to “boycott the products sold & marketed” by the reality star and to never watch “any television show, movie or sex tape” that features her.
According to Disney news blog Stitch Kingdom, the Atlanta Braves aren't big fans of upcoming animated film “Brave.”
This summer, the Atlanta National League Baseball Club (owners of the Atlanta Braves), reportedly filed an objection to Disney’s attempts to trademark the title “Brave.” The team claims that the upcoming animated film’s moniker is already being used by their organization.
Although the Braves don’t own any trademarks for the word “Brave” (only “Braves”), they insist that damages will occur as a result of the trademarks being approved.
Fresh-faced “American Idol” star David Archuleta is putting his promising career aside for a higher calling.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Archuleta – or Archie, as he’s known to fans – has announced that he’s embarking on a Mormon mission.
The 20-year-old Utah native shared his news at the Salt Lake City stop of his My Kind of Christmas Tour. “I would like to make a special announcement: That I’ve chosen to serve a full-time mission,” he told the audience.
Hot on the heels of their November split, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are announcing new TV ventures.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Ashton, 33, is reviving his prank show “Punk’d,” while the New York Daily News reports that Demi Moore, 49, has a new talk show in the works.
The actress is behind “The Conversation,” an interview series slated to air on Lifetime in January. A source close to Moore notes that the female-friendly show, ordered in April, has “taken on a whole new meaning since her split.”
Apparently on a mission to make himself even more adorable, Ryan Gosling is coming to the aid of egg-laying hens. According to Change.org, the actor is petitioning McDonald's on behalf of the animals that help make the chain's breakfast sandwiches.
The “Drive” star has joined celebs like Zooey Deschanel, Steve-O and Alicia Silverstone in the campaign to convince McDonald's to stop using “battery cage” hens to obtain their eggs and other products.
Ryan and his fellow animal-loving actors have partnered with Mercy For Animals to write McDonald’s CEO Jim Skinner about the issue.
Good news for pop culture junkies: One of the “Real Housewives” is coming to “Glee."
NeNe Leakes, of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" and "Celebrity Apprentice," has landed a guest spot on the hit Fox series.
“Glee” stars Lea Michele and Chris Colfer shared the fun casting news when they popped in to "Watch What Happens Live" with Andy Cohen on Monday night.
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