Sunday, January 24, 2010

Rumors of divorce between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie is not new

The rumors that super celeb couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are getting a divorce are not new.

In April of 2009, Blogger Ian Halperin reported that Brad and Angelina split and were trying to work out custody of their children, according to ShowBiz Spy, Brad has told pals that he can't take Angelina's volatile temper anymore and recently met up with ex-wife Jennifer Aniston to seek advice...

Also according to blogger Ian Halperin, a vicious custody battle has started, with Jolie seeking full custody of all the couple's adopted kids Maddox, Pax, and Zahara; and biological children Shiloh, Knox, and Vivienne.

Jolie has apparently hired a top lawyer to deal with their $300 million dollar fortune.

At one point she was considering moving to Washington but in the past few days she seems to have changed her mind. She thinks Brads has become an old coot.

At his blog, Halperin says he was roundly criticized for the blog post, which he removed, but now he says he's vindicated.

Stay tuned.

Saturday, January 23, 2010


The Univision Network will air a special, four-hour telethon and entertainment show Saturday to benefit Haiti's earthquake victims.

Unidos Por Haiti will be staged live Saturday starting at 7 p.m. in conjunction with the network's popular variety show, ``Sabado Gigante'.'
Host Don Francisco will be live from Port-au-Prince, and co-anchor Nancy Alvarez, host of the very popular show "¿Quién tiene la razón?" will be from Miami.

Among the artists scheduled to appear, many performing from the network's Miami studio, are:

Gloria Estefan, Ricky Martin, Shakira, Thalia, Willy Chirino, Alejandro Sanz, Juanes, Paulina Rubio, Pepe Aguilar, Alejandra Guzman, Chayanne, Daddy Yankee, David Bisbal, Graciela Beltran, Luis Fonsi, Natalia of La Quinta Estacion, Olga Tanon, Pee Wee, In addition, over 50 personalities from Univision, TeleFutura, Galavision and Univision Radio will also be on-hand during the show to encourage viewers to donate to the Red Cross.

In addition to the performances, Unidos Por Haiti will also feature live segments from various cities across the U.S., including Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C. and San Juan, Puerto Rico, as well as from Mexico, Dominican Republic and Haiti.

Viewers will be encouraged to donate to the American Red Cross's Haiti effort. An exclusive Spanish-language toll-free donation telephone number is being set up. It's 1-800-842-2200.

The special program will also be broadcast in 10 countries across Latin America.

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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Haiti's Earthquake

By Jorge Reyes

"On November 1 1755, a terrible earthquake approaching magnitude 9 destroyed the city of Lisbon, in Portugal. It has since come to be known by historians as the Great Lisbon Earthquake. For ten long minutes, the inhabitants of this important and bourgeoning European city seemed as if it was being witness to the end of the world. Seeking refuge many citizens of Lisbon who were fleeing the fires, the smoldering burning choking heaps of smoke and had hoped to save themselves had taken refuge aboard ships docked in the city's port. Right after the fire, though, a tsunami of huge tidal waves followed taking them all down to the bottom of the sea without as much as a whimper.

"These turn of events didn't escape the attention of the superstitious, the catholic church. Right after the earthquake, pandemonium set in almost immediately. Who wouldn't? Thousands of corpses lined the streets of Lisbon, bloated and putrefying under the sun. Estimates of the death toll neared 100,000 people. The destruction caused by the fire still threatened many of the few remaining buildings, though they all posed great structural dangers and they were inhabitable, so the people camped out in the streets. The port had ceased to exist. There was no commerce to speak of. Society, it seemed, was reverting to a state of brutal desperation. No wonder that historians call this the most destructive earthquake in history..."


Wednesday, January 13, 2010

‘Horrific’ devastation from Haiti quake

PM fears death toll above 100,000; food, water needed, aid worker says

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - Death was everywhere Wednesday in this devastated city of 2 million. Bodies of tiny children were piled next to schools. Corpses of women lay on the street with stunned expressions frozen on their faces as flies began to gather. Bodies of men were covered with plastic tarps or cotton sheets.

Moreover, untold numbers were still trapped after a powerful earthquake Tuesday crushed thousands of structures — from schools and shacks to the National Palace and the local U.N. headquarters.

As nations around the world mobilized to send help, Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive told Reuters that he believed the casualties would be "in the range of thousands of dead."
Soon after, however, Bellerive told CNN that "I believe we are well over 100,000" dead, while Haitian Sen. Youri Latortue said it could be 500,000.

President Rene Preval, for his part, told CNN that "up to now, I heard 50,000 ... 30,000" dead.
But he did not say where the estimates came from, and none of the officials were sure about the numbers. Other officials said it was too early to give an accounting of the toll.

Aid workers reported widespread destruction and suffering.

"It's the most horrific thing I've ever seen," Bob Poff, a Salvation Army worker in Port-au-Prince, told MSNBC. "We have to get food and water" quickly, he said, in describing conditions that range from stifling heat to numerous aftershocks. "We're trying to stay alive."

‘Please take me out’Sobbing and dazed people wandered the streets of Port-au-Prince, and voices cried out from the rubble.

"Please take me out, I am dying. I have two children with me," a woman told a journalist from under a collapsed kindergarten.

The International Red Cross said some 3 million people may have been affected.

Haitian Red Cross spokesman Pericles Jean-Baptiste said his organization was overwhelmed. "There are too many people who need help ... We lack equipment, we lack body bags," he said Wednesday.


Thursday, January 7, 2010

Tiger Woods Mistress, Loredana Jolie Ferriolo, Claims He Had Homosexual Encounters

One of Tiger's many mistresses, Loredana Jolie Ferriolo, is penning a tell-all book about the golf ace and claims that she witnessed him in gay encounters. has learned exclusively that Loredana has claimed she saw Tiger having sexual relationships with other men. That shocking twist is something no other mistress has claimed and there has been no proof.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Kathy Griffin Banned From CNN

"Following her very controversial F-bomb-dropping New Year's Eve hosting gig, CNN executives have decided Kathy Griffin will NOT be getting a 2011 invite. "She was a total embarrassment to the network that calls themselves 'The Most Trusted Name in News.' Even Anderson (Cooper, her co-host) thinks it's time to say goodbye to Kathy," a CNN insider tells me.

"Not only did the potty-mouthed redhead drop the F bomb on live TV, she also made not-so-funny jokes about needing a "bump" of cocaine and asked Cooper if he pleasured himself while looking in the mirror. As sexy as the Silver Fox is ... that's just too much, Kathy."