Rebel Wilson slams Kardashian PR team's 'smear campaign'
After admitting on an Australian radio show that she'd declined to present at the VMAs because she'd be sharing a stage with Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Rebel Wilson feels the Kardashian family has launched a smear campaign against her. "I'd be very happy to debate the Kardashians anywhere / anytime / any topic," Rebel tweeted on Nov. 12, according to Us Weekly. "Or maybe their publicist can just stop the smear campaign against me because I made one prompted comment about them on Australian radio?" She added that she's moved on, having sent a token of love to the family despite the beef. "In any event, I'm MORE than over this little thing and wish the K clan well X," she wrote. "Even sent them flowers." During the radio interview in question, Rebel explained that in her eyes, what the Kardashians "stand for is totally against what I stand for," adding, "I'm all about personality and working hard to get to where I am. How Kim Kardashian got famous from the sex tape and I just went to acting school and worked really hard …" Oprah Winfrey and others have since defended the Kardashians about their work ethic.
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Britney Spears copyright lawsuit dropped
In May, Kirk Rothum sued Sony Music on grounds the label allowed Britney Spears to use a pair of sexytime moans from his sound library in the song "Piece of Me" without getting the rights cleared. Six months later, he's giving up, according to TMZ. It seems the suit was making no progress and ended up costing Kirk too much money in legal fees.
Khloe Kardashian reveals the contents of her fridge
Looks like Khloe Kardashian's recent slim-down didn't come about by way of deprivation. In a new video on her website, she opens up her fridge to show fans what's inside. And as Us Weekly points out, there's plenty of bread, butter, bacon and mayo in there alongside fresh cut veggies, fruit and healthy drinks like sparkling water. "I was a mindless eater," she explains in her book, "Strong Looks Better Naked." "I ate for comfort. I also ate out of boredom and habit. I ate when I was unhappy (which I'm sure many of you can relate to). I even ate chips because I love the crunchy sound they make. And I didn't give much thought to what I was eating, or what I was putting inside my body, except hummus, of course, which is one of my weaknesses." She goes on to warn against the pitfalls of dieting: "I want to say about food, it's this: Don't diet. When you diet, you are basically setting yourself up for failure. I mean, the word 'die' is in there! You're not allowing yourself to enjoy the food you love, and it will only make you want it that much more. Make smart lifestyle changes, one baby step at a time."
Karlie Kloss hangs with her dad instead of the Angels
For the first time in three years, Angel-turned-student Karlie Kloss skipped the Victoria's Secret show this year, having given up her wings in favor of an education at NYU. the day after the show taped, the Daily Mail spotted the 23-year-old strolling through the streets of Manhattan alongside a special companion: her dad. The pair reportedly enjoyed lunch at Dos Caminos then hightailed it to the Statue of Liberty for a little history.
Ralph Fiennes defends Daniel Craig's negative James Bond comments
Daniel Craig faced a boatload of backlash after saying he'd rather slit his wrists than play James Bond again. But Ralph Fiennes thinks he knows where Daniel's coming from. In a recent appearance on "Watch What Happens Live," the actor said his fellow Brit was probably suffering PTSD when he made the comment. "Daniel is filming for something like seven months, is in 95 percent of the film and does all his own stunts, so I think anything he says after that is coming from a man who has post traumatic stress syndrome," Ralph told Andy Cohen, according to the Daily Mail. "He carries the film, he gives an amazing performance so I take all of that with a pinch of salt. I think you have to recognize that this is a guy that has given 200 percent of his life, everything, to inhabiting Bond and at the end of it he is just shooting from the hip."
Liv Tyler waxes nostalgic about the days of healthier, size 6 models
When Liv Tyler started modeling, being a 5'10″ tall woman with a few curves was totally accepted in the fashion world. Now, she says things have changed. Sample sizes generally come in a size 0, she says, and it's frustrating. "If you look back at Helena Christensen or Christy Turlington, they were probably a 4 or a 6 — they had beautiful bodies, very lean, obviously, and gorgeous," Liv tells Yahoo in a new interview published on Celebitchy. "They obviously took beautiful care of themselves — they weren't malnourished. The girls walking the catwalk [now] are very, very thin and very tall." Asked to share her opinion on the shift, however, she's careful not to rock the boat too much. "I hate to make big statements because people just run with it and take it out of context," Liv says. "The whole industry has changed, it's hard to comment."