Mark Walhberg is 41 today. He has came a long way from his alter ego, Marky Mark, which is the musical name he used when he first hit the entertainment scene. He is now an A-list actor and known for his fab physique, and still manages to keep his glorious six pack. He is currently filming the movie "Pain and Gain." He is married to Rhea Durham and has four children.
My Fabulous Style is sad to report Herb Reed, the last surviving member of the 50's group, The Platters, have passed away at the age of 83. Although no cause of death has been announced, his publicist says that he passed away of a long health battle with lung issues. The group had hits such as "Smoke In Your Eyes," and "The Great Pretender." The group, which included original members Joe Jefferson, Cornell Gunther and Alex Hodge, were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. He is survived by his son Herb Jr. and three grandsons.
Nadya Suleman, also known as "Octomom". is about to star in her very own self-pleasuring video and the makeover is astounding. The above snap was leaked by another porn star, Jessica Drake, who is said to have helped her through her session. Octomom, the mother of 14, calls the experience "the most powerful and liberating thing I've ever done". She is said to poke fun at her persona in the video. Nadya will also be performing in West Palm Beach, FL for two nights in July going topless.
Update: Nadya's rep, Gina Rodriguez, says Octo's striptease has been cancelled becaused a bartender did an interview with a local tv station and insulted her. The bartender said:
Octo"a lot of mouths to feed so it was only a matter of time" before she started stripping. The bartender added, "She must be a little crazy, normal people don't have that many children.
The manager also insinuated that for the right price, Octo would go fully nude and do lap dances.
Rihanna is on the cover of Esquire Magazine's July 2012. As always she looks sexy and curvaceous, but it was the interview with the journalist that is making waves. Rihanna is tired of all the Chris Brown questions and are they back together or aren't they, but the editor didn't quite get the memo. Check out the interview how the interview went south:
Esquire: What has been the Twitter response to the Chris Brown remixes?
Rihanna: Some love it, some hate it, some love it but hate that we did it. But the response in the end has been incredible.
Esquire: Was that [the recording session] the first time you’d seen him in a while?
Rihanna: When would we have seen each other? We’ve both been working and touring. [changes the subject]. This is really good food.
Esquire:It proved quite a controversial thing.
Rihanna: Well…definitely. Definitely. It caught me a little off-guard to be honest…especially the amount of…negative attention. Because it never occurred to me how this was a problem, you know. It really didn’t.
Esquire: Because enough time had passed that it was OK?
Rihanna: I thought people were gonna be surprised that we finally did a record together, but I didn’t see how people could think it was a bad thing, you know? In my mind, it was just music.
Esquire: Some people felt it sent the wrong message.
Rihanna: [Angrily] What was that? What message would that be?
Esquire: You’d gone back to someone who put you in the hospital.
Rihanna: [Getting angry] Oh really? Did I?
Esquire: Well… yes.
Rihanna: Did I? Did I? Did I?
Esquire: You went and recorded with him, yes.
Rihanna: Okay. In a completely professional environment. And on a complete professional note. I mean, if I went back to him [as a girlfriend], then that’s a whole different discussion. And if I ever do, then that’s something that y’all have to talk to me about when – if – that ever happens. Until then, look at it for what it is. I think a lot of people jumped to an assumption that was incorrect and they ended up looking stupid.
Esquire: The assumption you were dating again?
Rihanna: Because of a song. How stupid. If I was together with every collaborator I worked with… f-ck my life.
Esquire: Still, the lyrics didn’t do much to dispel that impression. His opening line is “Girl I want to f*** you right now/been a long time/I’ve been missing your body”. You reply: “Remember how you did it/If you still want to kiss it/Then come and get it”.
Rihanna: That was the tone before he was even on the record. You think it was going to be about hopscotch or jump rope?
Esquire: So neither of you for a minute thought “This is going to put the cat among the pigeons”?
Rihanna: I could never see anything wrong with making music.
Esquire: Maybe the thing is that as an artist your personal and private life are intertwined, and you’ve already played on this. The first song you put out after the beating incident was “Love the Way You Lie,” about domestic violence.
Rihanna: Absolutely. But “Love The Way You Lie” was me as an artist working with Eminem as an artist, telling our stories individually. On a track together. I’m lost. I’m confused as to what you’re trying to get at.
Esquire: That it’s hard to separate the person who’s been the victim of domestic violence and the pop star singing about domestic violence.
Rihanna: I know. And that’s how f-cked up society is. There’s a lot of s**t y’all can’t get over. Y’all holding your breath on a lot of stuff that doesn’t matter. When you realize who you live for, and who’s important to please, a lot of people will actually start living. I am never going to get caught up in that. I’m gonna look back on my life and say that I enjoyed it – and I lived it for me- and God. This is turning into a tacky interview. What do you really want to talk about? I’m not here to [talk] about messy s**t.
Esquire: It’s just what’s been making the headlines recently.
Rihanna: OK! So do you want to talk about everything on Google? Or do you want to talk about stuff that my fans want to know? Let’s get to the real stuff. The stuff that’s important.
Esquire: What do your fans want to know?
Rihanna: You tell me, as a journalist. You’re asking the questions and I give you the answers. I can’t give the questions too.
Esquire: I’m sorry it’s upset you.
Rihanna: It hasn’t upset me. It upsets me that you keep asking the same kind of questions about stuff that’s trivial. What’s there to talk about? Are all your questions like that? Let’s move onto the next one.
Esquire: It’s just that you haven’t given an interview for a while. A lot has happened.
Rihanna: You think I haven’t given an interview for a while? I did four this morning.
Kate Moss has been at the top of the modeling game for years now, despite her 5'7 height and very thin frame. Even though she is beyond what is considered the peak age for a female fashion model, Kate still shows she is elite when it comes modeling. The supermodel covers UK's Vogue's June 2012 cover, which makes it her 32nd appearance gracing the prestigious magazine. Her photoshoot was shot by famed photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot. On the cover she gives off "model perfection" as she models the deep red lipstick trend and stunning Versace dress.
George Zimmerman is back behind bars after the judge in the case ordered him back to jail. George's attorney says he dreaded going back to jail and that he's "frustrated that he had to prove his own innocence."
George Zimmerman attorneys posted on his defense website:
Zimmerman's defense team will file a motion today for a second bond hearing. While Mr. Zimmerman acknowledges that he allowed his financial situation to be misstated in court, the defense will emphasize that in all other regards, Mr. Zimmerman has been forthright and cooperative.
At the point of the bond hearing, Mr. Zimmerman had been driven from his home and neighborhood, could not go to work, his wife could not go back to a finish her nursing degree, his mother and father had been driven from their home, and he had been thrust into the national spotlight as a racist murderer by factions acting with their own agendas. None of those allegations have been supported by the discovery released to date, yet the hatred continues.
It must be noted that, when attempting to interpret George's actions regarding the funds, that he did disclose the existence of the funds five days after the bond hearing, during his first conversation with the defense about the fund.
When the defense team learned of the funds, we disclosed this to the court and to the State Attorney's Office, and the money was transferred to the Legal Defense Fund, which is now independently managed.
Of the original $204,000 raised by Mr. Zimmerman's fund, approximately $150,000 was transferred to the Legal Defense Fund. $30,000 was used to make the complicated transition from private life in Sanford, FL to a life in hiding as a defendant in a high-profile court case.
The balance of approximately $20,000 was kept liquid to provide living expenses for the first several months as the legal process unfolds.
Since the independently managed Legal Defense Fund was established on May 3, supporters have contributed more than $37,000.
Of this amount, $2,000 has been designated for household expenses. Less than $300 has been designated for fund management and fees associated with maintaining the conditions of the bond. None of the funds have yet to be allocated to legal expenses. Neither Mr. Zimmerman or the defense team has direct access to the independently managed Legal Defense Fund.
Gay rumors have followed Queen Latifah for many years now. She recently appeared and performed at The Long Beach Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Festival a few weeks ago. Just performing at the festival itself sparked rumors that it confirmed she was "coming out". It further pushed speculation during her performance because she referred to the crowd as "her people" and asked are you feeling the unity? Well, she told Entertainment Weekly,