Archive for November, 2009

Last March, Oprah Winfrey appeared on The Ellen Degeneres Show to grant one of Ellen’s wildest dreams — to appear on the cover of O Magazine — and that dream of Ellen’s has finally come true!

The December issue marks only the second time the daytime talk-show queen has ever shared the cover with another human. Michelle Obama being the first. And Ellen even one-ups the first lady with a double cover.

Ellen covers the December issue of O! The holiday-themed “Get Your Glow On!” issue arrives on newsstands everywhere on November, 12. Ellen will also be stopping by Oprah this up-coming Monday to talk about life with wife Portia and her new gig as a judge on American Idol.

Oprah said, “When Ellen arrived at the photo shoot for our cover, I didn’t have to ask her how she was doing: it showed on her face,” “She radiated the kind of peace and satisfaction that comes only when you’re living at your highest potential.”


OK! I PREDICT….TO SEE OTHER FUTURE OPRAHS O! COVERS SHARED WITH OTHER CELEBRITIES!


Chris Brown’s comeback officially was suppose to start next Tuesday, with the release of his new single, “Transformer,” featuring Lil Wayne.

Then Chris, announced via Twitter that he was pushing the song — from his upcoming album, Graffiti — up one day from Wednesday to Tuesday.

But, yesterday , the singer  announced he had a “Change of plans.”  “I’m going to release my single tomorrow instead of Weds. Tell everybody. I can transform ya, I can transform ya.”

CHRIS BROWN IS A SCUM BAG, BUT HIS NEW SONG IS BANGING!!!

Amy Winehouse was spotted leaving a private doctor’s surgery center in London yesterday November 5th pouting! Showing off her fuller set of lips, that is!

The “Rehab” queen was accompanied by her two personal security guards and her old friend, fellow singer Tyler James.

Her dad, Mitch Winehouse has proudly announced an upcoming album. “It’s a Sinatra-ish album. There will be six covers of Sinatra,” Mitch said. “We were always singing the house”.
IS AMY LOOKING FOR A NEW START?

Beyonce took the stage, at the 2009 MTV Europe Music Awards in Berlin, Germany on Thursday, November 5th and as always gave a powerful performance.

The 28-year-old Diva wore a sexy red little number and and tore up the stage performing her new song, “Sweet Dreams”. She won (Best Female), whose Single Ladies won Best Video and Halo took the prize for Best Song.

CONGRATS! WHERE WAS KANYE???

Here’s what Lady GaGa explained in an interview about her up-coming cameo in Gossip Girl Nov, 16th:

“I hate TV series performances, because they kind of come in out of nowhere, and everyone’s, like, really into the story, and then all of a sudden somebody breaks into song. And it has nothing to do with the storyline, and then it screws everything up. I really sat down with the writers. I was like, ‘Look, I want to do this, and the reason I want to do this is because I am trying to say something that is not mainstream in a mainstream capacity. So, if I can say it on your show, that would be, like, a real coup d’état for me as a performance artist.’ “

“I am the narrator behind what is going on with the characters and make the song part of the moment,” she explained about the “crazy performance-art piece.” “We used these ladders, and I’m falling off ladders. Ladders are kind of a monster symbol about bad luck. And I have this 35-foot-long dress on and these X’s, very gothic-inspired. It was great. They let me do whatever the hell I wanted. It was amazing.”

Earlier today Ryan Seacrest Tweeted this hilarious photo of his tiny self and his new giant dog. Lol! Wonder, what the dog is thinking???

Rihanna, spotted at JFK yesterday, recently spoke to Glamour Magazine about her recovery process of domestic abuse at the hands of ex-boyfriend Chris Brown.

She said, “My story was broadcast all over the world for people to see.  They have followed every step of my recovery. The positive thing that has come out of my situation is that people can learn from that. I want to give as much insight as I can to young women, because I feel like I represent a voice that really isn’t heard. Now I can help speak for those women.”

“I am stronger, wiser and more aware. You don’t realize how much your decisions affect people you don’t even know, like fans. I’ve put everything I’ve wanted to say for the past eight months into my music.  It’s super fearless – which is exactly how I feel right now. I am in a really good place.”