RIHANNA WALKS OUT ON AN INTERVIEW
Rihanna is not trying to answer questions about her love life, thank you very much! She is currently in Australia, and when a local Aussie reporter veered into uncomfortable territory and asked the star about her love life Rihanna was clearly not amused.
The reporter asked what it was like to be linked to Hollywood stars and Rihanna answered by saying: “It’s very frustrating. Almost as frustrating as being asked about it. I mean, what’s the point?” After a few more questions and more obvious I’m-not-impressed answers from Rihanna the inteview ended abruptly.
here’s the clip
After her humbling return to Oprah’s couch to hash out why she left, Iyanla Vanzant is back in Ope’s good graces and just landed a show on Oprah’s Own network. The show is called “IYANLA FIX MY LIFE” and Iyanla will use her past to help others’ futures. The show will focus on helping people put their lives back together. Good luck Iyanla! I know Oprah’s got her fingers crossed..
NATE DOGG died last year . . . but that won’t stop him from performing at the Coachella music festival this weekend. Sources say Dr. Dre didn’t want to leave Nate out of his Sunday performance — so he’s incorporating his old friend using hologram technology. Nate is appearing AS A HOLOGRAM . . . and will perform “several songs.” (–It sounds like he’ll also be hanging out backstage. His tour rider called for a projector . . . a large room with no “potential visual obstructions” hanging from the ceiling and jutting out from the walls . . . and a 12-pack of Heineken.) (???) According to TMZ, the hologram will make it look like he’s onstage performing alongside Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, Warren G, and Daz Dillinger.
The singer passed away last March — just weeks before last year’s Coachella festival.
Remember George Popadopolis from Webster? Before he played Mongo in “Blazing Saddles”, or EMMANUEL LEWIS’ dad, ALEX KARRAS was one of the most dominant defensive players in the NFL. He played for the Detroit Lions from 1958 to 1970 . . . although he was suspended for the 1963 season for gambling. Karras is 76 now, and he suffers from DEMENTIA. He blames the NFL for not adequately protecting him from concussions. And he has joined hundreds of ex-players in a lawsuit seeking money to make up for his injuries. Alex’s wife issued a statement saying, quote, “Alex suffers from dementia but still enjoys many things, including watching football. “But dementia prevents him from doing everyday activities such as driving, cooking, sports fishing, reading books and going to big events or traveling.
“His constant complaint is dizziness . . . the result of multiple concussions. What Alex wants is for the game of football to be made safer and allow players and their families to enjoy a healthier, happier retirement.”