Khloe Kardashian Says Baby True is Growing Up ‘Too Fast’

Khloe Kardashian is dishing out the facts of life on kids … and truer words have never been spoken. A pap ran into Khlo and Tristan Thompson leaving a lunch date Monday at Joey in Woodland Hills, where she gave a quick update on her baby girl,…

TMZ.com

988 radio deejay wins content creator prize from Yahoo TV Taiwan

Malaysian DJ Cynthia Tan of local Chinese language radio station 988 has won a cash prize from Yahoo TV Taiwan for one of her K-pop covers. “I submitted my entry last month, after I saw other bloggers doing the same thing,” said Tan, 27, who hails from Penang.

Tan’s video is a simple one showing her strumming a ukulele and singing a medley of BTS hit songs: I Need U, Dope, Boy In Luv, Not Today and Spring Day.

She was notified last week that the entry she submitted was selected and the cash prize would be wired to her. The campaign was conducted from May 21 to June 29.  Selected entries win a cash prize of NTD1,000 (RM132.50).

DJ Cynthia currently hosts 988 Kpop Chart, which airs on Saturday (2pm-3pm), with repeats on Sunday (9pm-10pm). 988 is part of Star Media Radio Group. For more information, visit the 988 website or Facebook page.

防彈少年團粉絲請尖叫 烏克麗麗溫柔版組曲cover登場

【#YahooTV夢想超展開投稿入選: Cynthia 馨蕊】用烏克麗麗演奏,聽起來瞬間變溫柔好多啊❤#影片介紹 ▶▶烏克麗麗彈奏防彈少年團組曲!#防彈少年團#烏克麗麗#我在YahooTV夢想超展開追蹤 Yahoo TV 一起看 觀看更多爆紅影片

Posted by Yahoo TV 一起看 on Friday, 6 July 2018

Entertainment – Star2.com

Angelina Jolie Rare Top Celebrity 8×10 Signed wCOA

$ 6.99 (0 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Jul-22-2018 17:50:06 PDT
Bid now | Add to watch list

Nick and Joe Jonas Double Date with Older Bro Kevin as Fifth Wheel

The Jonas Brothers reunited this week with their ladies hanging off their arms — well, everyone except Kevin … the only one who’s actually married.  Nick and Joe Jonas were spotted hitting up the 34 Mayfair restaurant in London Monday, with…

TMZ.com

The night that Daughtry rocked Kuala Lumpur

The spotlights came on, the electric guitar blared, and the crowd just went wild!

Rocking the small but cosy KL Live entertainment venue on the night of July 13 was vocal powerhouse Chris Daughtry, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the American rock band Daughtry.

In Kuala Lumpur as part of the 2018 Asia Tour, Daughtry thrilled the crowd with all-time favourites like Feels Like Tonight, It’s Not Over and Home. It also treated fans to four new tunes from its upcoming fifth album, Cage To Rattle, due for release on July 27.

Looking good in black glossy pants and matte grey V-neck tee, Chris kicked off the concert with the mid-tempo yet soulful Just Found Heaven, the first number from the band’s latest album.

The band then ramped it up a notch with the catchy sing-along Feels Like Tonight, with Chris grabbing the tambourine mid-way running up to the front of stage.

“Kuala Lumpur, it’s good to be back! It’s been 10 years, way too long. Thanks for being here!” he shouted after the song.

When a fan yelled out, “I love you!”, the singer replied, “I love you too!” without missing a beat.

Former American Idol contestant Chris Daughtry. Photo: The Star/Low Boon Tat

Former American Idol contestant Chris Daughtry. Photo: The Star/Low Boon Tat

The boom from Battleships got the crowd screaming again, as the frontman belted out the number from the band’s fourth album Baptized.

“We feel your love and excitement and we are so happy to be here,” he enthused.

If the bass was a bit too overwhelming so far, the next number Long Way proved to be a welcomed respite. Featuring Chris alone on the acoustic guitar, the performance clearly showcased his vocal prowess.

Chris then took time out to introduce his band members – Elvio Fernandes on keyboard, Josh Steely on lead guitar, Brian Craddock on rhythm guitar, Josh Paul on bass and Brandon Maclin on drums – before moving on to the next song.

The fast-paced Baptized was a great number to demonstrate his impressive vocal range as the pulsating music engulfed the venue.

The band performed four new numbers from its upcoming album. Photo: The Star/Low Boon Tat

The band performed four new numbers from its upcoming album. Photo: The Star/Low Boon Tat

Introducing another new song from its latest album called Back In Time, the former American Idol contestant revealed: “This is my favourite song from my new record. If you all want to dance, this is the song for it.”

Throughout the concert, Chris sportingly hopped forward to shake hands with his charged-up fans, even going right down to the floor once during It’s Not Over, prompting intense screams.

He The band performed four new numbers from its upcoming album. Photo: The Star/Low Boon Tat throwing out guitar picks, sweaty face towels and getting the audience to sing with him on Over You.

The second last number, September, was another sweet favourite. It holds a special meaning for Chris too, who remembers how his father cried when the latter first heard the song, which talks about the singer’s childhood growing up in a small town.

Purple spotlights shone on stage marking the last number of the electrifying concert – the sensational Purple Rain – which Chris did great justice to.

Finally, it was over, and as fans began to leave, many reluctantly, one thing’s for sure – it was a rockin’ great night to remember.

Chris Daughtry really knew how to work the crowd at KL Live. Photo: The Star/Low Boon Tat

Chris Daughtry really knew how to work the crowd at KL Live. Photo: The Star/Low Boon Tat

Entertainment – Star2.com

Christopher Lee Rare Top Celebrity 8×10 Signed wCOA

$ 6.99 (0 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Jul-22-2018 17:48:06 PDT
Bid now | Add to watch list

Arnold Schwarzenegger Slams Prez Trump for Selling Out USA to Vladimir Putin

Arnold Schwarzenegger is slamming President Trump for sucking up to Vladimir Putin and selling out the U.S. intelligence community in front of the whole world. Arnold called 45’s joint news conference with the Russian Prez…

TMZ.com

Are Gang Dong-won and Han Hyo-joo in love?

When the two stars of Illang: The Wolf Brigade walk the red carpet this week to promote the South Korean movie, the journalists are likely to be interested in only one story angle.

Are Gang Dong-won, 37, and Han Hyo-joo, 31, in love?

The occasion will be the first time that they make a joint appearance after rumours swirled that they had been dating.

In celebrity-crazy South Korea, a photograph had also popped up online in which the two appeared intimate with each other as the actor held a bag seemingly full of groceries, reported The Korea Herald. Was he going to prepare a candle-lit dinner for her, netizens wondered.

But the stars’ management agencies have tried to deflect attention from them, saying the duo are too busy with projects to devote much time to anything else.

Gang’s agency said he was preparing to shoot an American blockbuster movie called Tsunami LA, while Han’s agency said the A-list actress was set to meet movie industry folk in the United States.

But some netizens were also sceptical. With talk of the duo’s romance surfacing only two weeks before the release of their movie, they speculated that this might be a publicity stunt. – The Straits Times/Asia News Network

Entertainment – Star2.com

Bob Dylan Rare Top Celebrity 8×10 Signed wCOA

$ 9.50 (2 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Jul-22-2018 17:22:05 PDT
Bid now | Add to watch list

ESPYS 2018: Russell Wilson, Jennifer Garner, Adam Rippon and More Set to Present

Russell Wilson, Jennifer Garner, Adam RipponWorld famous athletes aren’t the only ones attending the 2018 ESPYS.
As the countdown continues for the annual award show airing this Wednesday from Los Angeles, E! News has all the…
E! Online (US) – Top Stories

Leonardo DiCaprio Plays Beach Volleyball With Ansel Elgort

Leonardo DiCaprio is a beast on the beach volleyball court … and so is Ansel Elgort, judging by the game they had Sunday in Malibu. The two actors squared off in an intense match at the beach … intense enough that Ansel not only played…

TMZ.com

Sean Connery 007 James Bond Rare Top Celebrity 8×10 Signed wCOA

$ 6.99 (0 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Jul-22-2018 17:26:04 PDT
Bid now | Add to watch list

TMZ Live Trump & Putin The Expensive Summit Meeting

ON TODAY’S SHOW Bravo Star Cracks Muslim Bombing Joke Michelle Obama: Front Row At Beyonce Concert Taylor Swift: Concert Malfunction Rae Sremmurd: Fan Crushed By Security

TMZ.com

Harrison Ford Sean Connery Rare Top Celebrity 8×10 Signed wCOA

$ 6.99 (0 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Jul-22-2018 17:14:05 PDT
Bid now | Add to watch list

T.I. Charged with 3 Misdemeanors in Drunken Altercation with Security Guard

T.I.’s argument with a security guard in his gated community has amped up … he’s been charged with 3 misdemeanors. Prosecutors in Henry County charged the rapper with simple assault, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct stemming from his…

TMZ.com

2008 CELEBRITY CUTS JERRY LEWIS “MOVIE STARS” CELEBRITY CUT AUTOGRAPH 17/19

$ 1.99 (0 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Jul-22-2018 19:00:57 PDT
Bid now | Add to watch list

Robert Griffin III’s Wife Training For 2020 Olympics, She’s Faster Than Me!

Robert Griffin III says his wife wears the (track) pants in their relationship … ’cause Grete Šadeiko is not only making a run at the 2020 Olympics — she blows him away in races!! We got the adorable couple — and their cute 1-year-old…

TMZ.com

Lynda Carter Wonder Woman Rare Top Celebrity 8×10 Signed wCOA

$ 6.99 (0 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Jul-22-2018 17:30:05 PDT
Bid now | Add to watch list

Cardi B Rejecting Photo Offers to Protect Baby Kulture’s Privacy

Cardi B’s baby girl won’t make her public debut if her mama gets her way because, despite a flood of offers from media outlets … she’s keeping Kulture under wraps. Sources close to Cardi tell TMZ … multiple magazines, websites and photo agencies…

TMZ.com

Friends remember the late Robin Williams in new documentary

David Steinberg, executive producer of Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind and longtime manager to Williams, watched the legendary comedian perform countless shows over the years.

But one memory that sticks out occurred while his client was on a United Service Organizations tour, where Williams performed standup for hundreds of wounded servicemen and women before personally greeting each of them.

“Someone who could do that can certainly mask some of what’s going on inside of him,” Steinberg said.

On the red carpet for the recent premiere of HBO’s Williams documentary at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, filmmakers, actors and comedians shared their on-screen and off-screen memories of Williams, who died by suicide in 2014.

Though nearly four years have passed since Williams’ death, mental health has been a widely discussed topic in recent weeks following the suicides of fashion designer Kate Spade and cooking personality Anthony Bourdain.

In light of their deaths, Steinberg and others in attendance discussed the topic of mental health.

“I think the problem is that pain is so deep-seeded – it doesn’t reveal itself,” Steinberg said.

“The curtain’s closed on that part of the head, and I can’t imagine. I have theories, but I’m not a doctor. I think everybody’s just got to be open, understanding and encouraging to people who reveal who they are … What can we do? Listen to people.”

Comedian Eddie Griffin said mental instability is “par for the course” of a comic, who makes a living by appealing to strangers’ emotions.

“Being a comedian – a true comedian – you’re hypersensitive,” Griffin said.

“You care enough to see sadness in people and want to bring laughter and joy to them. But is there anybody there to bring laughter and joy to the comedian?” Marina Zenovich, who directed the documentary, said she hopes viewers come away from the documentary with a greater understanding of who Williams was, as well as his internal demons.

(From left) Comedians Brad Garrett, Kevin Nealon and Bob Saget at the premiere of Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind in Los Angeles last month. Photo: Reuters

While making the film, Zenovich, who had been a fan of Williams’ professional work since Mork And Mindy, was surprised to hear many of her subjects describe a quiet and introspective side of Williams that audiences never saw.

“I don’t think he was himself when he (died) – I don’t think he knew what he was doing,” Zenovich said.

“The whole point is to get help before they get to that point, so if this film can, in any way, help, that would be amazing. I don’t know if it can, but I hope so.”

Both Zenovich and Griffin added that they would like mental illness to be de-stigmatised in order to facilitate more productive discussions around how to seek help without “shame”.

“Mental health shouldn’t be looked at in an ugly light,” Griffin said. “It should be like any other sickness – like cancer, like HIV, anything else.

“There’s got to be compassion and the ability to step out of your own ego and put yourself in somebody else’s shoes.” Williams’ longtime comedy partner and documentary film subject Billy Crystal acknowledged the pain that lives inside many, but urged audience members to shed that negativity in honour of the late star.

“We’re coming up to four years without him,” Crystal said ahead of the screening.

“The world is a darker and lonelier place for a lot of us, for a lot of reasons. So, tonight, when you watch this film, rejoice in the fact that you had him for as long as you did.

“Rejoice in the fact that you witnessed some really amazing comedy, some brilliant receptions, and he broke your heart in the same way as an actor.

“And rejoice in that fact that you get a chance to go inside Robin Williams’ mind.”

Others in the premiere’s attendance included producer Shirel Kozak, Bob Einstein, Brad Garrett, Ray Romano and Bob Saget.


Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind airs at 8am and 9pm on July 17 on HBO (Astro Ch 411).

Entertainment – Star2.com


© 1992-2018 DC2NET™, Inc. All Rights Reserved