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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Lady Gaga is the undisputed queen of Twitter; she recently passed the 25 million follower mark. The Mother Monster acknowledged the milestone, tweeting, “#25milliontweetymonsters wow! I’m officially feeling like the luckiest girl in the world today. Last sold out show in Singapore in 2 hrs!”
Lady Gaga is the first Twitter user to hit 25 million followers, making this particular milestone something of a historical event as far as online media is concerned.
Gwen Stefani and Co. said that a few of the game’s possible manipulations — including the ability to have Gwen’s avatar sing with a male voice and her bandmates to sing with female voices — violated their publicity rights and transformed them into “a virtual karaoke circus act.”
Activision petitioned the court to throw out the case, but a judge recently denied that petition. A company representative said that the judge’s decision “simply means that there are disputed facts and we look forward to trying the case in the courtroom.”
Outspoken chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has just landed a deal with CNN for a new travel- and food-oriented show. The untitled series will follow Bourdain around the world as he experiences local food and culture. (Sound familiar?)
“For more than a decade, Anthony Bourdain has been a trailblazer in educating Americans about different cuisines and cultures around the world, as well as an outspoken commentator on social trends ranging from the rise of celebrity chefs to the impact of fast food chains to the spread of vegetarianism and veganism,” said CNN in a statement. “Examining the world through the prism of Tony’s unique expertise and passions continues CNN’s long-standing commitment to international reporting and to promoting global understanding.”
Anthony Bourdain’s CNN show is set to start airing in 2013 on Sundays, with Saturday night repeats. The TV personality said of the new deal, “I’m really looking forward to coming over to CNN. I think the world is going to get a whole lot bigger for me. I hope that old fans and new ones will be excited about what’s coming down the road.”
Stacy Keibler shows off her killer body in this editorial for Self magazine. The former reality star talked to the magazine about being healthy, her passion for working out and confidence.
“Confidence comes from within and as long as you are putting forth a respectable effort to take good care of yourself, you should feel confident about that path,” she said. “Just be sure to set realistic goals for yourself and design a plan that works for you. Also, remember that everyone gets there at their own pace and there’s no losing when you take charge.”
George Clooney‘s girlfriend even shows off some of her favorite workout moves for the mag. Does Stacy Keibler inspire you to get into the gym?
“Magic Mike” star Channing Tatum plays to his strengths in the latest issue of Out magazine. The 32-year-old actor, who used to be a stripper, opens up to the magazine about being a male stripper and having to take your clothes off.
“I was definitely looking for something to take me into the dark side,” he said. “You learn something about yourself, you learn about men, women, you see a lot of depressing shit, people that are lost. But at the same time, the dark side can be exciting. It can feel like you’re cheating death every night. I never enjoyed the taking-the-clothes-off part. You are on a stage with people yelling at you, and you feel like you’re a rock star, but you’re nothing — you’re just a guy taking off his clothes, looking like a fool in a stupid outfit.”
Tatum may be typecasting a bit, but the actor has certainly made the transition from stage to screen look easy. Check out more photos of his editorial below.