Diamonds are Katy Perry's
best friend. The 29-year-old singer caused quite the commotion when she stepped out on the MTV EMAs red carpet in Amsterdam Sunday, Nov. 11, wearing a diamond ring on a very important finger. But multiple sources tell Us Weekly that the piece of jewelry in question is not, in fact, an engagement ring. "She's not engaged," the insider said of John Mayer's girlfriend. "It was just a ring that went with the outfit."
Although Perry and Mayer are not engaged just yet, sources told Us last month that the couple is on that track. "Everyone knows it's just a question of when John will propose," a source told Us of the "Paper Doll" singer. Perry and Mayer have been dating for 16 months with a three-month break earlier this year, and an insider said they are fully committed to each other. They "realize they must be together," the pal said.
joked about people who have planned weddings for today, because of the date 11-12-13. He says they want to do it because the date is unique and it will never happen again... But Jimmy says that's true for EVERY date.
just did an interview where she said she's trying to stop taking drugs completely, so she can prove that she's creative without them. She said she had a real problem for a while, and was even addicted to marijuana. She says here that she used to smoke 15 to 20 joints a day.
had to cut a show short the other night in Buenos Aires, because he got food poisoning. It sounded like no one even got angry. Maybe they didn't know what was going on, but everyone was still cheering after the announcement was translated.
If you're hoping that George Clooney
will one day join Twitter, well, stop hoping. It's simply not going to happen. So says the man himself. "If you're famous, I don't—for the life of me—I don't understand why any famous person would ever be on Twitter. Why on God's green earth would you be on Twitter?" the Oscar winner says in the December issue of Esquire. "Because first of all, the worst thing you can do is make yourself more available, right? Because you're going to be available to everybody." But the Gravity star has an even more specific reason as to why he's reluctant to become an active participant when it comes to social media. "So one drunken night, you come home and you've had two too many drinks and you're watching TV and somebody pisses you off, and you go 'Ehhhhh' and fight back," says Clooney. "And you go to sleep, and you wake up in the morning and your career is over. Or you're an a--hole. Or all the things you might think in the quiet of your drunken evening are suddenly blasted around the entire world before you wake up."
With a baby on the way, X Factor mentor Simon Cowell
declared that he was quitting smoking, but in his own words: "I lied." Claiming electronic cigarettes "don't work," the music mogul eagerly pulled out a pack of cigarettes to light up after taping an episode of his Fox singing competition on Thursday. "There are a lot of boring things that happen when you have a baby," Cowell, 54, told reporters with a cheeky smile. "[You have to get rid of] sharp edges, cigarettes, alcohol … then there's [baby-proofing] the toilet. But I'll have a smoking room!" News broke in July that Cowell was going to be a father with his girlfriend Lauren Silverman, who was still married. At first, the parents-to-be kept their distance from each other, but now they could not look more like a happy couple.
By now everyone has seen and heard about Jennifer Lawrence's
blond pixie cut. But guess who is taking the blame for the hair disaster that led to the extreme new look? Catching Fire director Francis Lawrence! "She used to give me a hard time about the hair because I was always saying, 'Dye your hair, dye your hair. We need your hair dyed, no wigs!'" Francis told me while promoting the second installment of the Hunger Games franchise (in theaters on Nov. 22). "And then of course, dying her hair fried her hair, so she had to cut her hair." "At first I didn't realize it was messed up," he continued. "I thought she was cutting it just to wear wigs to make me mad, but it wasn't the case. We actually fried her hair, which is sad. I feel bad." J.Law opened up about the 'do on Thursday during a Yahoo "Fireside Chat."
"My hair couldn't get any uglier," she said. "I don't know, I cut it earlier, and it was just kind of like [shoulder-length] and it grew to that awkward, gross length. I just kept putting it back in a bun, and I said, 'Well I don't want to do this,' so I just cut it off." The actress also said Katniss would not be adopting the short hair in the next Hunger Games movies. The District 12 beauty will be wearing a wig.
bra is capable of supporting a whole lot more than her boobs ... it's also helping support U.S. military families. The Kardashians organized the charity yard sale yesterday -- for their reality show, natch -- to raise money for two charities -- the No Kid Hungry Foundation and the Greater L.A. Fisher house -- which provides housing for families of wounded warriors. Our Kardashian peeps tell us ... the family raised about $6K by selling their old lingerie, clothing, artwork and household goods ... and the family will match the loot so the total take is $12K. Tim Byk, founder and exec. director of Fisher House, tells us, "They reached out to us, they found us. Maybe they will make it over to the house for a pizza party." Cash aside, we're told the Kardashians are also donating all the items that didn't sell yesterday ... to the Fisher House families. Kinda nice for Veterans Day.
There's a pretty hilarious video on YouTube of a guy practicing his tuba in a private room somewhere. Then a guy who's recording him through the window hits really hard on the door . . . and the tuba guy totally screams like a girl.
is back to doing porn, five years after she swore she'd never do it again. But she says it's for a good cause. She's trying to support her family. She's not making movies, like she was before. She's just working as a webcam model.
talked about the new "Duck Dynasty" wine that's going on sale at Walmart. He says it's only $10 a bottle . . . and if you drink five bottles, you can start to understand what they're saying on "Duck Dynasty".