Salvia was so last year. After she was caught smoking salvia last year, Miley Cyrus' 19th birthday party was filled with references to marijuana.
One of Miley's so-called friends sent a video from her party to The Daily, causing yet another scandal for the former Disney star. The video shows Miley thanking the crowd and host Kelly Osbourne for the party. When Kelly brings out a Bob Marley cake, Miley says, "You know you're a stoner when friends make you a Bob Marley Cake. You know you smoke way too much fu*kin' weed."
The icing on the Bob Marley cake? When Kelly jumps in with, "I thought salvia was your problem."
Good luck talking your way out of this one, Miley.
Kim Kardashian and Demi Moore are not private people. They made a conscious choice to embrace social media and bare their soles in 140 tweets. They both had very public relationships and are now both going through very public divorces.
While they're both over-sharers on Twitter, it's Kim who is the shameless attention seeker. Since splitting from Kris Humphries, Kim has made a conscious effort to stay in the forefront of the media world. From announcing her divorce on the morning the weeklies close to flying to Australia for a promotional appearance, Kim's heartbreak isn't as apparent as she might want as to think.
Demi, or @mrskutcher, has not played the media game. She's been relatively quiet on Twitter and announced her divorce on Thursday - the day the new weeklies hit the stands. Although the magazines will have lots of time to slot her into their new issues, Demi was smart to wait it out and hope they find another big story before closing the issue. Unlike Kim, Demi doesn't want her divorce plastered on the papers.
Before he loses his Kardashian connection, Kris Humphries decided to remind us how he landed Kim in the first place. The virtually unknown NBA player was part of the New Jersey Nets - pre lockout, of course. My boyfriend tells me Kris also played on my hometeam, the Toronto Raptors, but I have no recollection of this. Could be because I don't pay attention to sports, but it's also because Kris wasn't a "name" until he started dating Kim. Sad, but so true.
Anyways, Kris decided to head to his local Minnesota gym in his Nets regalia. He's currently a free agent (right, Jordan?!) so he's not a Net. Why wear his Nets clothes? To remind people he has a future without Kim. Well, ok.
At least Kris has enough brain cells to realize he needs to start his bid for stardom now - before the ink dries on his divorce papers. He owes his current fame to his soon-to-be ex-wife, not his basketball career. Kris better find a new socialite to date - and fast. We hear Paris Hilton's still available...
In 2000, my grade eight teacher asked us to enter the Royal Canadian Legion's Remembrance Day contest. We had the choice between submitting an essay, poem or artwork - I obviously chose the poem. To my surprise, I won five rounds of the contest with the essay below. While winning was obviously exciting to 13-year-old me, it was meeting the veterans at each of the ceremonies that meant the most to me. You can check out the full essay below.
On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, we remember. We remember all the soldiers who fought for the land, the people, their families and for the future. We remember all the soldiers who fought and died to give us a good life.
Many of the soldiers were from Canada. Even though the war was not here, they risked their lives to help others. Their ages ranged from 18 to 40. Some of them were younger than 18 and lied about their age in order to fight. At the beginning, they were intrigued by the war. By the time they finished packing their bags, they were scared. These men were fighting for their lives, and for ours.
The women helped too. With the men away, they had to take on their jobs and help with the war on the home front. They collected food, made weapons, helped the sick and did much more. "In a rotten pie, there is a bite of good." One could say this phrase applied to the opportunities that the women received when the men went to war. Before the war, women were not allowed to work. When the men had to leave to fight, the women took over the so-called "men's jobs." Once the war was over the women didn't want to stop working; they stood up for themselves and continued to work. Soon those so-called "men's jobs" became "people jobs."
Many children grew up without a father; many wives lived without their husbands; many parents lived without their children; and many girls lived without their boyfriends. They all lived in constant fear about whether they would ever see their loved ones again. For some, the last day of the war was one of the happiest days of their lives. For others, it started them on a road towards grief. Some people signed up to fight the war in groups. All these men were good friends. Tragically, in many of these cases, not all wold return.
To repay these brave men, both the ones living and the ones who have already passed on, we must remember. Remember their lives, their efforts and their bravery. So on the eleventh day of the eleventh month at the eleventh hour, take a moment to thank the soldiers, the Canadians and all the others, for giving you a good life.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made a darling duo as they hosted a party at St. James's Palace on Thursday night. Price William and Kate invited 120 guests to join them for a black tie reception and three-course meal supporting the National Memorial Arboretum Appeal. While Prince William looked dashing in his tux, it was Kate who wowed the crowds with her satin and chiffon Jenny Packham gown. Stunning, like always.
The divalicious duo of Sophia Grace and Rosie are back on The Ellen Show. The YouTube sensations even performed a new song - Adele's Rolling in the Deep. You can't help but love Sophia Grace and her hype girl. They're out of this world.
Not many people can pull off a pixie cut, but it's the perfect look for Michelle Williams. The edgy look suits the talented actress and highlights her fine features. Turns out we have the late Heath Ledger to thank for the look. Heath and Michelle were engaged and had daughter Matilda. Michelle reveals to Elle UK that most men don't like her haircut, but "I cut it for the one man who has ever liked short hair and I wear it in memorial of someone who really loved it." So sweet.
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