Britney Spears and her current beau, David Lucado are adding to their brood.
The “Perfume” singer stopped by Star Yorkie in the San Fernando Vally on Thursday afternoon to shop for a new puppy, and RadarOnline.com has all the exclusive details.
The pop princess – who is a frequent customer – made an unannounced visit and “fell in love” with one of the miniature Yorkie puppies, the kennel owner said.
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A shocking set of photographs showing Nigella Lawson being attacked by her husband has sent the famed TV chef and cookbook author fleeing from their home, and the police are now investigating.
“Officers from the Community Safety Unit at Westminster are aware of the Sunday People article. Enquiries are in hand to establish the facts of the incident,” a spokesman for the London Metropolitan police said.
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If you live in America, you probably didn’t see ‘Mr. Popper’s Penguins.’ Jim Carrey’s tepidly-reviewed summer comedy earned just $ 67 million in theaters here, well below average for the veteran film funnyman. Yet, as the Los Angeles Times notes, it’s earned more than $ 100 million overseas, doing especially well in Britain and Belgium, and it’s far from being played out.
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Holy Wars starts with the old adage about how talking politics and religion in a public setting is kind of a social no-no, considering all the different viewpoints and belief systems out there that often are diametrically opposed to each other. And flying in the face of that concept are the two subjects of this documentary’s focus – young evangelical Christian Aaron Taylor and converted Muslim… Continue reading Florida Film Festival 2011 movie review: A Matter of Taste
"A Matter of Taste: Serving Up Paul Liebrandt is about a decade in the life of the titular chef, starting out in December 2001 when he was a young and promising new chef and going through the ups and downs of his career as he dedicates his existence to making great food. Going into the movie, I figured that Liebrandt would obviously be a fantastic chef… Continue reading Florida Film Festival 2011 movie review - A Matter of Taste: Serving Up Paul Liebrandt