Things have been going well for Miley Cyrus and her latest boyfriend Patrick Schwarzenegger, however it seems she hasn’t learned how to spell his last name just yet.
This morning (January 23) the “Party in the USA” singer chatted with “Good Morning America” and ended up admitting, “Literally, I just had this conversation. I can’t tell you. Apparently there’s not a ‘t’ in it,” when asked for the spelling of her beau’s family name.
It’s one of the most beloved comedies of the 1990s, thanks to Robin Williams' magical presence, and “Mrs. Doubtfire” is about to get the Broadway treatment, according to Alan Menken.
In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, the Disney composer explained that he’s currently working on a musical score for the project along with lyricist David Zippel and script writer Harvey Fierstein.
It’s something that most occasional travelers take for granted, but for jet-setting stars the SkyMall catalog is an important mainstay. And with the announcement that parent company Xhibit Corp has filed for bankruptcy, several famous folks are in mourning.
Frequent flier Chrissy Teigen tweeted, “THERE IS NO SKYMALL MAGAZINE ON MY FLIGHT THIS IS ALL HAPPENING SO FAST. My dearest Skymall. No one bought from you but everyone knew you. You were the japanese trinket store of the sky. I will never forget your entire page dedicated to items solely made for people named ‘bob.’ Sometimes I tore your corners up to get things out of my veneers but oh Skymall how you hated that!! You always said ‘take me home!’ on your covers but no one did, skymall. No one did. But seriously I thought I'd have one more day with skymall is this what death is like. I have requested that my plane fly at half mast today pilot says no.”
It’s been a crazy week for Seth Rogen, who has been under fire for making some disparaging remarks about the new box office hit “American Sniper” via Twitter.
The “Pineapple Express” stud seemingly compared the Chris Kyle flick to Nazi propaganda, stating that. “American Sniper kind of reminds me of the movie that’s showing in the third act of Inglorious Basterds.”
As if she didn’t already have enough going on, Cara Delevingne just signed on to front the new spring 2015 ad campaign for TAG Heuer.
The English poser joined Jean-Claude Biver at the Palais des Beaux-Arts on Friday (January 23) to announce the partnership. And according to WWD the lion they planned on bringing onstage was less-than-excited about the crowd and elected to stay backstage.