Friday, August 18, 2006
Paris Hilton’s bed, living room suit and furniture items are being offered to the highest bidder as she plans a remodel. The socialite is selling off her stuff at auction through website starstyle.Com, where fans can pick up a piece of Hilton for a fraction of the price she spent on top-end items. And starstyle.com spokeswomen Tabitha peters insists the Internet auction lot is complete -even Hilton's scratched headboards and mattress are part of the sale of the top item...She says,” The bed is hers, the mattress is here, the box spring is hers. The bed is hot.” Added to have value of another items, a glass-topped coffee table, is heel marks-believed to be Hilton’s-on the surface. Also up for grabs are Cushions, exotic tables and lamps, which peter claims cost the socialite a whopping $2, 000, each when Hilton bought them.
Saturday, August 12, 2006
French actor olivier martinez has praised his girl friend kylie minogue for her fight against breast cancer according to sources martinez was dis traught when minogue was diagnoesd with breast cancer last year and promised to stand by her he spoke for the first time about minogue's illness and said: what doesn't kill you makes you stronger.when life tests you,you have to do your best i"m there for her." when asked,if the couple planned to have children, he replied:"i'm very happy with way things are."
Friday, July 14, 2006
TOM Cruise and his fiancee Katie holmes refuse to be rushed into unveiling their baby daugther suri to the worl.. The hollywood couple have been put under pressure to release photographs of the 12-week old by many of America's leading celebrity magaiznes ,who are becoming suspicious about the birth and Holmes' pregnancy. Us weekly has a clock ticking off the days since suri's birth on april 18 and German broadcaster Rtl has created its own mock-up of what suri might look like. but the War of the world star and holmes have no intention of putting their child into the spotlight just to appease the gossip-hungry nedia. the couple's spokesperson Arnold Robinson say's"if and when they do make a decision, it will be at their discrtion and not anybody else's"