Demi Moore Victim of Death Hoax

Demi Moore Victim of Death Hoax Demi Moore is the victim of a death hoax.

A rumor that the recently hospitalized actress has died is spreading on Twitter late Friday.

“RIP Demi Moore” became a trending topic, only further fueling speculation.

It is 100% false.

She’s NOT dead.

Moore is struggling with her health at the moment – but very much alive.

It’s bad enough when Twitter and other social media “kill” a random celebrity via random accident, as has been the case dozens of times in recent months.

But to joke about the death of someone who’s obviously going through very real trouble this week seems especially malicious.


Cyrus Criticized Over 'disgusting' Behavior

Cyrus Criticized Over 'disgusting' BehaviorMiley Cyrus has come under fire from conservative campaigners in America after she was photographed posing suggestively with a phallic birthday cake.

The former child star hit headlines this week (beg23Jan12) after pictures from her boyfriend Liam Hemsworth's 22nd birthday party emerged online.

The snaps showed Cyrus simulating oral sex with Hemsworth's penis-shaped chocolate cake, and the pictures have infuriated activists at the Culture and Media Institute (CMI) who claim the singer actress could have a negative influence on easily-swayed teens.

A statement from the CMI, obtained by, also condemns saucy new comedy movie The Bachelorette, which stars Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan and Isla Fisher as three foul-mouthed females attending a friend's pre-wedding party.

The statement reads, "Movies like Bachelorette and disgusting behavior like Cyrus' may be part of the 'real world' of Hollywood, where casual sex is celebrated and frequent divorce is almost a rite of passage. But it is not the real world, because in the real world, sleazy behavior has consequences".


Gisele Bundchen to become first billionaire model

Gisele Bundchen to become first billionaire modelGisele Bundchen is set to become the world's first billionaire model as her lingerie brand goes global.

Launched last May, the Gisele Bundchen Brazilian Intimates range has proved popular in Latin America, Portugal, Japan, and Israel and now further expansion is expected.

The former Victoria's Secret Angel premiered her collection, for Brazilian company Hope, in Sao Paulo last May, the Daily Mail reported.

Stepping onto the catwalk the wife of NFL star Tom Brady, showcased various designs featuring blush pink and black satin, tassels and lace.

After the 40-piece collection hit stores across Brazil the fashion retailer Hope reported a 40 per cent increase in turnover.

Now, the range is expected to be a hit with shoppers worldwide.

And with her products endorsements and business ventures earning a total of 29 million pounds last year, Bundchen is now believed to be on track to becoming the world's first billionaire supermodel.


Courtney Love's Court Battle Over Home to Continue

Courtney Love's Court Battle Over Home to ContinueCourtney Love's legal battle over her New York apartment is far from overas her landlady will continue to pursue the star for allegedly making alterations to the property without permission.

The Hole rocker was taken to court over her rented Manhattan apartment by the building's owner Donna Lyon, who sued the singer, claiming she owed more than $50,000 (?31,250) in back rent.

A judge dismissed the case on Thursday (19Jan12) and Love won the right to stay in her home, but a lawyer representing Lyon insists his client will continue to pursue a separate legal action which alleges the star redecorated without permission.

Lyon's attorney Norman Flitt tells New York Post gossip column Page Six, "The alteration dispute was not part of the rent case and remains unresolved".

A source also tells the publication Love plans to leave the apartment when her lease expires on 14 February (12).


Jessica Alba thinks Beyonce should sell baby pictures

Jessica Alba thinks Beyonce should sell baby picturesJessica Alba has advised Beyonce Knowles to sell the first pictures of newborn daughter Ivy Blue and put the money into a trust fund for the tot.

The stunning actress and her husband Cash Warren reportedly received $1.5 million from OK! magazine for the first images of their daughter, Honor, in 2008, and she thinks Beyonce and spouse Jay-Z should do the same with their new addition.

She told CNN's A.J. Hammer: "For our family, we just wanted to control the experience. We put the money that the picture made into a bank account for Honor to do whatever she wants to do with. It's her picture, it's her birth, and we didn't want it to be like a weird thing when we were walking out of the house for the first time."

"If there's a price tag on your child - which is so bizarre - people will go to crazy lengths. We wanted to avoid that hysteria."

Jessica - who welcomed second daughter, Haven, into the world last August - said she really enjoyed the photo shoot and would definitely recommend it.

She said: "We were friends with the photographer. It was just a nice day in the house. We'll have those beautiful pictures forever. You can give the money to charity and to your baby and that's it."

"But the biggest thing is having a healthy baby ... I'm sure Beyonce will make the best decision for her family."

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Beyonce Knowles pays tribute to Etta James

Beyonce Knowles pays tribute to Etta JamesBeyonce Knowles feels ''fortunate'' to have met Etta James, who died earlier today (20.01.12).

Beyonce Knowles feels "fortunate" to have met Etta James.

The singer-and-actress portrayed the legendary singer in 2008 movie 'Cadillac Records' and says she always remember Etta fondly following her death earlier today (20.01.12).

She said in a statement: "Etta James was one of the greatest vocalists of our time. I am so fortunate to have met such a queen. Her musical contributions will last a lifetime.

"Playing Etta James taught me so much about myself, and singing her music inspired me to be a stronger artist. When she effortlessly opened her mouth, you could hear her pain and triumph. Her deeply emotional way of delivering a song told her story with no filter. She was fearless, and had guts. She will be missed."

Earlier today, Beyonce's former Destiny's Child bandmate Kelly Rowland also paid tribute to Etta, after she died at the age of 73 following a battle with leukaemia.

She tweeted: "CLASSIC. ONE OF A KIND. PURE SOUL. ETTA JAMES! Thank You for gracing us with your incredible talent & presence! (sic)"

Etta had been diagnosed with leukaemia in 2010, according to her long time friend and manager, Lupe De Leon, and died in hospital in Riverside, California.

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Fabled female G-spot 'may not exist at all'

Fabled female G-spot 'may not exist at all'The elusive female G-spot may not actually exist at all, according to scientists.

After reviewing 100 studies conducted over the past 60 years, experts have concluded that there is no evidence for the fabled centre of female sexual pleasure after all.

Amichai Kilchevsky, a urologist from the Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut and the research leader, blamed pornography, magazines and sex therapists for ruthlessly promoting the idea.

While he admitted the concept merited further attention and that "modern investigative techniques" might help, he said he hoped his conclusion would take the pressure off couples who had not located it.

"Objective measures have failed to provide strong and consistent evidence for the existence of an anatomical site that could be related to the famed G-spot," the Daily Mail quoted Kilchevsky as saying.

His findings support those of researchers from King's College London, who questioned 1,800 women in one of the largest studies on the subject and concluded that there was no evidence for the existence of the G-spot.

The British team suggested in 2010 that the idea made both men and women feel inadequate about their sex lives.

The G-spot is said to be a small area of the female body where nerve endings are concentrated, with the capability to provide intense pleasure.

A separate study in 2008, which used ultrasound imaging to look at the vaginal wall, said women who reported having orgasms had thicker tissue around what is considered the G-spot area than women who didn't.

However, Kilchevsky's team said other imaging studies couldn't confirm this.

He added that results from tissue biopsies were inconclusive, with some studies reporting more nerve endings in the "G-spot area", while others found fewer in the same place.

"Lots of women feel almost as though it is their fault they can't find it," Kilchevsky said.

"The reality is that it is probably not something, historically or evolutionarily, that should even exist," Kilchevsky added.

The study has been published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

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