Daily Archives: March 6, 2012
Baby is set to make three for Nick Lachey and his wife Vanessa, as Nick's confirmed they're expecting their first child.
The 38-year-old singer/TV personality revealed the joyous news while guest co-hosting on "Live! With Kelly" Monday.
Vanessa, who wed Nick in July 2011, was on "Live!" back in January, and "later that night she started to feel a little different, not quite herself," Nick recalled.
Everyone's thoughts have been with Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina as she copes with her mother's sudden death, and we'll soon hear from the 18-year-old herself.
Oprah Winfrey has announced that she'll sit down with Bobbi Kristina as well as other members of the Houston family for an interview airing on OWN Sunday, March 11 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Presented as a special episode of "Oprah's Next Chapter," Bobbi Kristina will recall memories of her mother and how she wants the world to remember the legendary entertainer.
Now that Demi Moore is focusing on recovery, the crew of "Lovelace" has made swift work of finding a replacement.
Moore, 49, was supposed to play Gloria Steinem in the project, one of the two biopics in the works about adult actress Linda Lovelace. But amid reports that she'd been rushed to the hospital last week, Moore's rep told CNN that she was pulling out of the project.
I get to listen to Rush for a few minutes at work each day. I missed the rants on Fluke but found them online and in the news. I am listening now and it just occurred to me that Rush had an awful lot of ads. So much so that he would only be able to talk like five minutes before he announced an “obscene” profit break for an ad from his many clients.
Now, the only loud sound is that of Rush’s voice trying to fill the advertiser vacuum/void that he created all by his little lonesome. Rush sent his advertisers rushing for the exits. Is that the right thing for them to do? Rush has always been polemic. But a direct attack on a private citizen is another thing. And three days of it? Nine hours of it? That makes no sense even from that drug addict.
How many advertisers have left? Let us count them: a bunch.
The ones I heard today are: Lear Capital is still one of his advertisers still. Mutual funds ads. Web site designer American Eagle dot com.
- Perfect 3-day Rush Rant ends in horrible “apology” (heloise8.wordpress.com)
- Who’s Still Advertising On Rush? (thinkprogress.org)
- Rush Limbaugh Is Still Hemorrhaging Advertisers (slog.thestranger.com)
(CNN) -- Rep. Donald M. Payne, a Democrat from New Jersey, has died, his Congressional office said in a statement Tuesday. He was 77.
Payne was serving his twelfth term in the U.S. Congress, making him one of the longest-serving members of New Jersey's congressional delegation. In its statement, Payne's office said the congressman died of complications from colon cancer. Payne announced to his constituents in February he was battling the disease.