Big dodgers win with a big giants loss today.
The American Independent Party has a handful of unlikely big name members, thanks to a mistake during voter registration.
Demi Moore, Emma Stone, Kaley Cuoco and Patrick Schwarzenegger are among tens of thousands of California voters who have mistakenly registered as members of the ultraconservative American Independent Party, according to an investigation by The Los Angeles Times. Self-described as ‘The Fastest Growing Political Party in California’, an investigation by The Times found that many of the party’s nearly half a million registered members, including a number of famous names, had done so in error.
Demi Moore reportedly mistakenly registered as a member of the AIP.
The ultra-conservative party opposes abortion rights and same sex marriage and calls for building a fence along the entire United States border. But thanks to the party’s misleading name, tens of thousands of Californians have mistakenly joined the party.
Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger were amongst the guests at a new club opening in Los Angeles on Thursday (15th January) and sources claim they were looking like a couple "very much in love."
Patrick Schwarzenegger and Miley Cryus appeared "very much in love" whilst attending an L.A. club opening.
Work hard to play hard. Or play hard to play some more, in this case.
So Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger have been hanging out together a lot lately, huh? Over the weekend, the couple chilled out in Nashville. They probably needed the respite from hitting up Miami strip clubs and Art Basel, among other things.
Work hard, play harder. Although for Miley, it's kind of the same thing.
It’s only logical that when two outrageous party animals get together, things are going to get a bit hectic. According to TMZ, Miley may have met her match in the 21-year-old son of Kennedy family socialite Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Here's to many more delightful years of Miley's antics.
It’s that time of the year again. Miley Cyrus, that national treasure, has her birthday on the 23rd and she’s celebrating the only way she knows – with a massive blowout. Miley had herself a pretty awesome 21, with a successful album and tour and the most outrageous media presence of any Disney alumn ever.
Happy birthday, Miley! You just keep doing you.
She caused scandal again and again, be it with her onstage antics - remember when she used to slide down a giant tongue at the start of every gig? She's also had a couple of scandalous photoshoot, come under fire for being too feminist, then for not being feminist enough, then for posing nude for V magazine - for the Rebels issue, no less.
Continue reading: Miley Cyrus Turns 22: A Look Back On A Year Of Win
Far too tidy to be believable, this multi-strand romance holds our attention with a warmly comical tone and a watchable cast. But it's only entertaining as a bit of escapism, because the various relational entanglements are far too contrived for us to identify with them. A looser, messier approach would have made it a lot more involving.
The action takes place over the course of a year. Bill (Kinnear) is a noted novelist who stopped writing when his marriage to Erica (Connelly) ended. Even though she's now married to a fitness instructor (Joiner), Bill is waiting for her to come back to him. Although he's engaging in a mindless fling with a married neighbour (Bell) in the mean time. Bill and Erica's daughter Samantha (Collins) has just published her first novel, but has sworn off romance. Then she meets the persistent nice-guy Lou (Lerman). Meanwhile, her teen brother Rusty (Wolff) is finally working up the nerve to speak to his crush Kate (Liberato), who has both a cocaine problem and a bully (Schwarzenegger) of a boyfriend.
Writer-director Boone lets each character introduce themselves with the first line from the book of their life, and the litrary theme continues in almost every scene as they continually discuss their writings and their favourite books. Very quickly, this begins to get on our nerves, as if Boone is reminding us that nothing we're watching is actually happening: it's carefully orchestrated fiction that draws on real-life emotions to tell a series of implausible love stories. Aside from Kinnear and Connelly, who are strong enough actors to convince us of almost anything, none of the interaction feels remotely realistic.
Continue reading: Stuck In Love Review
Patrick Schwarzenegger was booted out of a club this weekend, but he's sorry.
Patrick Schwarzenegger left Arnold and Maria red faced this weekend when he got booted from The Sayers Club in L.A. after threatening to "beat the f**k out of the DJ". The son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver has since apologised for his outburst on Twitter, kind of.
Celebrity lurkers TMZ were luckily enough to be filming outside the club when Pat was kicked out and proceeded to film him as he went on a foul-mouthed rant to anyone who would listen about how much the DJ sucked. "I'm gonna go beat the f**k out of the DJ," he ranted and raved to friends, telling other bystanders, "Everyone around me wants to beat the f**k out of the DJ... I'll beat the f**k out of him."
Patrick Scwarzenegger would no doubt have gotten a scolding form his parents when he got home
William Borgens was once a highly regarded novelist, however after a heart-breaking divorce with his wife Erica who left him for a younger, more handsome man, he hasn't been able to write a single word. He just spends his days thinking about the time they had together and spying on them through their windows. His pretty friend-with-benefits, Tricia, who is also divorced, does her best with her sometimes overly honest opinions to force him to get back to dating. Meanwhile, his promiscuous and cynical daughter Samantha is having her first book published while struggling to come to terms with the idea of love and still refusing to speak to her mother after she left her father, and his son Rusty, who is also an aspiring writer, tries to show one troubled and vulnerable girl that he is the guy for her.
Continue: Stuck In Love Trailer
Date of birth
18th September, 1993
Big dodgers win with a big giants loss today.
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