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Hello Kitty's 40th anniversary has turned up some unusual news - she's not a cute Japanese cat, she-s a young Londoner from the suburbs. Did you know that? My mind was blown!
Katy Perry brought her Prismatic World Tour to MTS Centre on Tuesday night. But did she deliver on the high expectations we all had? Click here to find out my review of the show.
Miley stunned us (in a good way!) with this move at the VMAs last night: She showed up at this year's MTV Video Music Awards, stepping away from the spotlight and toward a charitable cause.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were married on Saturday in France! Their rep conformed the news Thursday morning. The two were married at Chateau Miraval, a small chapel. It was a private ceremony attended by family and friends. The couple’s children took part in the wedding. Jolie walked the aisle with her eldest sons Maddox and Pax. Zahara and Vivienne threw petals. Shiloh and Knox served as ring bearers. The couple got engaged in 2012.
It looks as though this is our best bet at a Friends Reunion! Last night Jennifer Aniston was the scheduled guest on ”Jimmy Kimmel”, but it was an amazing surprise when she was joined by Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow to act out a script Jimmy wrote for a scene from Friends. Just like everyone else, Jimmy was a big fan of the show, and he even got a recreation of Monica’s kitchen done — which he said cost $80,000.
Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora put on a show-stopping performance of "Black Widow" at Sunday night's MTV VMAs, but their performance could have been even hotter, if Iggy had gone along with Rita's plans for a girl-on-girl makeout session. Speaking to the British paper The Sun, Rita reveals, "I said to Iggy we should just make out on stage, kiss during our performance. She told me that would be crazy because it’s already been done. Britney Spears and Madonna kissing was my favorite VMA performance ever.” Rita admits that they were lucky to even be able to do their performance Sunday, since on Friday night, Iggy fell off stage at a pre-VMA concert. "Bless her. I was just happy she was OK because, God forbid, we couldn’t perform after all that. Can you imagine?" Rita says.
Jessie J's currently riding high with her hit "Bang Bang," and is anticipating the October release of her new album Sweet Talker. But the British singer is also looking forward to moving from England to the U.S. permanently. Why? She feels that America cares more about her singing than her personal life. "Home is where the heart is and my heart is with my family so I’ll always be coming back here," she tells the Daily Mail's Event magazine during an interview in London. "But America, at present, is where the work is. I’ll just pack a big bag and fly a lot." "In America, they see me as a singer, whereas here I feel that people don’t appreciate my voice," she explains. "I’ve dedicated my life to singing and I want it to be taken seriously. Here it seems that all people want to know is what I’ve had for breakfast and who I’m sleeping with."
The 18-member cast of "Survivor: San Juan del Sur — Blood vs. Water," revealed yesterday by CBS, are all newcomers to the game — but that doesn't mean they're all rookies. Retired Major League Baseball pitcher John Rocker — perhaps better known for his incendiary hate speech than his accomplishments on the mound — tops the roster of players competing against and alongside their loved ones. "The Amazing Race" twins Nadiya and Natalie Anderson, the voluble Sri Lankan sisters who twice competed on CBS' sister reality series, also stand out from the pack of relative unknowns, which includes three firefighters, a police officer and the usual eye candy. Here are the 18 castaways who will be competing when "Survivor" returns for its 29th season on Wednesday, Sept. 24.