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Celebrities Who Courted Trouble In Reality Shows

Marriage isn't supposed to be hard. not when you get to marry your best friend ! However, sometimes it takes a couple different people to realize who your best friend actually is! Look at Kim Kardashian ! It seems the third time just might be the charm for her with her marriage click to Kanye West ! Some stars, like Christie Brinkley , found "the one" on their 4th marriage others like Zsa Zsa Gabor took muuuuuuch longer! Curious to see who else? <br>Source: http://perezhilton.com/2013-11-05-celebrities-whose-third-time-marrying-wasnt-the-charm-tom-cruise-jennifer-lopez-demi-moore

Description Toggle 1 - 7 / 7 At age 71, Paul McCartney is still making music. His latest single, " Queenie Eye ," is a pretty good tune. And he seems to be using his knighthood, or maybe his position as one of the most influential musicians of all time, to call in some favors. His latest video is chock full of celebrities: Johnny Depp, Meryl http://brandonxfru.crowdvine.com/pages/kanye_west_thinks_kim_kardashian_is_more_influential_than_mi Streep, Jude Law, Kate Moss, Sean Penn, and more. They seem to be just hanging around listening and singing along to Paul's new song. Just a normal day in Sir Paul McCartney's life? Maybe. <br>Source: http://shine.yahoo.com/work-money/7-celebrities-whove-had-cameos-music-videos-164000638.html

While U.S. Patent 8431811 covers its "multimedia device enabling a user to play audience content in association with displayed video," the company also has broader patents covering things like "multimedia spatial controllers having proximity controls and sensors" that could open up entirely new markets in the future. In the end, Beamz Interactive represents an attractive investment opportunity given its mere $6 million market capitalization. While the stock certainly entails some risks, investors may want to capitalize on the valuation gap before holiday season sales driven by celebrity endorsements. At the same time, downside may be limited to an extent by the company's valuable patent portfolio, which has both product development and licensing potential. <br>Source: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/celebrities-endorse-beamz-interactive-ahead-of-key-holiday-season-2013-11-05

Shilpa eventually won the Kardashian show with a huge margin, with the racism issue helping her cause. Jade Goody Jade Goody's entry into Bigg Boss Season 2 was controversial because of her history with Shilpa Shetty on the show Big Brother. She was diagnosed with cervical cancer while on the show, and died in 2009. Rahul Mahajan Rahul Mahajan courted controversy during Bigg Boss Season 2, as he romanced two co-contestants Payal Rohtagi and Monica Bedi at the same time. Dolly Bindra TV actress Dolly Bindra, who participated in Bigg Boss Season 4, is perhaps the loudest and most quarrelsome contestant in the history of the reality show. Her battle victims were Ashmit Patel , Veena Malik and even the big towering Khali. <br>Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/regional/kannada/news-interviews/Celebrities-who-courted-trouble-in-reality-shows/articleshow/25213626.cms

Much ado about celebrities and their political views

Apart from pushing him to complete kim kardashian bodyguard bankruptcy, he said the ban made him think of relocating to a more secular country. Aamir Khan Actor Aamir Khan is known to speak his mind. In fact, because of his anti-Narmada dam remarks, his film Rang De Basanti, released in 2006, was not screened in cinema halls in Gujarat. Political parties opposed Aamir's participation in protest rallies organized by the Narmada Bachao Andolan. Amitabh Bachchan He is one of the country's biggest stars, yet Big B's tryst with politics ended on a bad note. The veteran actor took a break from acting and entered politics in 1984. <br>Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/regional/kannada/news-interviews/Much-ado-about-celebrities-and-their-political-views/articleshow/25261198.cms

Celebrities don't have ObamaCare's back

(Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images) (on.aol.com) Oprah Winfrey outright refused to help sell ObamaCare . Dr. Public relations firms throughout the entertainment industry are saying that it's a mistake to be outspoken on this particular political topic, since it's not so successful. Patrick Millsaps, a Georgia attorney who also manages several celebrities says that public figures need to know where to draw the line. They are starting to realize they too were sold a bill of goods and arent going to be accomplices in a continued fraud, he said. <br>Source: http://www.examiner.com/article/celebrities-don-t-have-obamacare-s-back

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