Nicholas Hoult is definitely one of my top 10 celeb crushes…BUT, I kinda wish he had more to say in defense of his ex, Jennifer Lawrence!
Hoult, who appeared on Good Day New York on Oct. 9 alongside movie director Jake Paltrow, was asked if he would weigh in on the scandal involving JLaw’s photos being hacked and shared worldwide.
While he didn’t confirm or deny he was the recipient of the photos (bummer), Hoult did have something to say:
“It’s shocking that things like that happen in the world. It’s a shame,” said Hoult.
And then he clammed up. C’mon, dude! This is a girl you dated LDR for four years; certainly you have more to add. And when you do, I’ll be here to listen!
Posted Friday, October 17th, 2014 at 1:13pm
Filed under Jennifer Lawrence
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According to a source involved in the investigation, someone made a fatal error in medical procedure that led to Joan Rivers‘ death.
As we’ve all read, The Medical Examiner issued a public statement saying that the comedy legend’s death was the result of a therapeutic, predictable complication aggravated by the Propofol administered to her. Still, sources tell TMZ that the complication did NOT involve the Propofol at all, but was a result of the procedure itself…which is disturbing, to say the least.
The source connected to the investigation tells TMZ that were no “underlying causes or contributing factors” involving Rivers’ health, and that it appears someone was at fault for the comedian’s passing. An investigation continues into the matter, especially on whether her oxygen levels were being properly monitored.
People in Joan’s life have keyed in on the word “predictable,” possibly looking into a malpractice action because sometimes, “predictable” in med lingo could also mean “preventable.”
What do you think- should the family consider suing? Miss Rivers probably would have!
Posted Friday, October 17th, 2014 at 8:08am
Filed under Joan Rivers
“Scandal” star Kerry Washington had to hide her growing baby bump during the filming of the show and is now opening up about the decision to conceal her pregnancy.
She said, “I work very physically as an actor. The biggest thing for me has been the challenge of how to be this person with the personal transformation that’s going on for me physically and how to stay true to this character.”
She went on to say, “That hasn’t been easy. It’s been an awesome challenge for me as an actor because so much of how I access character is through my body. It’s definitely been complicated, to say the least. I’ve learned a lot about other ways to access Olivia and be her.”
Of course, she did have some help in the show’s costume designer Lyn Paolo and Shonda Rhimes. She said, “I’m just grateful for how hard everybody has worked to maintain the authenticity of this character in this world. I’m grateful to Lyn Paolo and all our producers.”
With regard to the showrunners ever incorporating the pregnancy into the plot, she added, “The decision of whether or not a character would be on a similar journey, I had nothing to do with that decision. I trust Shonda with all things. I feel very grateful that we have such an amazing team that was able to protect the character within the context of what the actress was going through.”
Are you a “Scandal” fan?
Source, Photo Credit: Fame/Flynet
Posted Friday, April 18th, 2014 at 9:09am
Filed under Kerri Washington
Leah Remini left the Church of Scientology last year and has quite publicly shamed the “religion” for its shifty ways and hypocritical ideals. Most recently, she spoke to BuzzFeed about her history with the church – which started in childhood – and her reason for leaving, which was to protect her own daughter.
“We had a chance to make a change from within, but they didn’t want to,” Remini said. “That showed me they didn’t actually care, which went against everything I thought we stood for. They only cared that their lives would be disrupted if they stood with me. They didn’t care about doing the right thing. That showed me everything the Church taught me was a lie.”
“In the Church, you’re taught that everybody is lost,” Remini explained. “They say they’re loving, caring, non-judgmental people, but secretly, they were judging the world for not believing what they believed. To me, that is not a spiritual person. That’s a judgmental person and that is the person that I was. I was a hypocrite, and the worst thing you can be in this world is a hypocrite.”
The Church of Scientology wasn’t taking that kind of attack lying down, however, and have issued their own statement in response:
“It comes as no surprise that someone as self-absorbed as Leah Remini with an insatiable craving for attention would exploit her former faith as a publicity stunt by rewriting her history with it, including omitting that she was participating in a program to remain a Scientologist by her own choice, as she was on the verge of being expelled for her ethical lapses.”
Posted Friday, February 28th, 2014 at 12:12pm
Filed under Leah Remini