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It turns out that Olivier actually popped the question for the first time sometime last year – maybe even a year ago! – but Mary-Kate turned him down. Ouch!
According to Us Weekly, Mary-Kate wanted to make sure that Olivier was really “the one,” and that he was planning to take good care of her (and her billions) before saying yes. And now that she has said yes – well, they’re on the fast track for starting a family!More >
Yesterday it was reported that the home that is shown as the exterior of Kris Jenner’s home on Keeping Up With The Kardashians isn’t actually owned by any of the Kardashian family. (Well, how’s that for reality?)
A fan asked Kim Kardashian why, specifically, they would chose to show a home that isn’t theirs on a reality program, and Kim gave – what we think – was a pretty good response.
My old home in Beverly Hills was really my home and I would get people showing up at all hours ringing my gate and had the police called on several occasions . . . When we film inside,
In addition to the structural renovations that were paid for at taxpayer expense (since Kensington Palace is considered to be property of the country, not property of any particular individual or family), Kate and Wills shelled out some serious (personal) cash for the interior design aspect of the reno.
But, it turns out that Kate is regretting some of the decisions she made during the renovation, blaming them on pregnancyMore >
By now you’re totally aware that Teresa and Joe Giudice have both plead guilty to fraud charges in Federal court, and are awaiting sentencing.
While the team over at Bravo’s “Real Housewives of New Jersey” goes into hyperspeed trying to film as much of the drama as they possibly can, Teresa’s legal team is also springing into action. The couple are set to be sentenced in July (they both are facing up to two years in jail!), however their lawyers are hoping that Teresa, at least, will be able to avoid any jail time.
Their angle? Well – Teresa and Joe obviously have children, whichMore >
In the lead-up to the Oscars, THR did a nice five-years-later story package on the child actors who were cast in Slumdog Millionaire, and how these kids (most of them living in abject poverty before the film) were being helped by the trust set up by Danny Boyle after the success of the film. Boyle’s trust pays for the kids’ education and helped lift some of their families out of poverty. The point was that when the film was successful, the director and producers felt an obligation to “give back” to the young performers who made it possible. I was reminded of that story when I read thisMore >