David Beckham turned 40 this weekend, and the Lego fanatic took to Instagram to celebrate the festivities, using the hashtag “#DB40.” Though he created the account on May 1 (2 days ago), he already has 3 million followers. Here’s the first pic he posted:
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Must be nice to be a celeb; when it’s your birthday, everyone cares! No, but seriously, a very merry birthday to Mr. Beckham. Son Brooklyn Beckham is also on Instagram, with 2.3 million followers. He also posted some bday pics. You can follow him here. He mainly posts photos of him posing with celebs.
The princess – who is fourth in line to the throne – was delivered at 08:34 BST on Saturday after a short labour.
The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth of the 8lbs 3oz (3.7kg) baby.
The couple emerged from the hospital to crowds of well-wishers and the world’s media. They stood on the steps briefly before heading back into the hospital to put the princess in a car seat. Prince William then drove them to Kensington Palace.
They did not speak to the media.
The duchess had been in hospital for just over 12 hours before leaving.
The baby was born less than three hours after the couple arrived at the Lindo Wing, at St Mary’s Hospital.
What a speedy delivery!
The report also adds that it may take “a few days” for the name announcement. Apparently, the top names people are betting on (and yes, people are betting on this), are Alice, followed by Charlotte, then Elizabeth, then Victoria. Diana is also a guess. Anyone want to throw their hat into the ring?
Ahhh, celebrity meltdowns. Where would we be without them? Our latest celebrity rant/meltdown comes from Chad L. Coleman, of The Walking Dead, and The Wire, and if you didn’t know him previously, you better know him now. Mr. Coleman was ranting on a New York City subway and sounded totally out of his f-cking mind, though he tells TMZ that he was not drunk. He’s pacing the subway car, shouting in a very hoarse voice, “YES, I’M CHAD L. COLEMAN, ON THE WALKING DEAD AND THE WIRE!” Why? From TMZ:
We spoke with Coleman, who told us he heard a guy and a girl on the train talking, trying to figure out where they knew him. He says the guy told the girl, “No, we don’t know that n*****,” and that set him off.
As for the screams about humanity, he says he was referencing the problems in Baltimore.
The video is kind of shocking, solely because of how insane he appears. Watch below:
I mean, something’s going on here. This is blind rage. If he’s not drunk, something else has to be going on. Yet, he seems fairly coherent, because when the guy filming speaks up and says, “I love The Wire“, Coleman says a polite, “Thank you.”
I don’t know what’s going on. I guess a couple of total assholes on the subway really got to him. Poor Tyreese.
I have no idea what Ms. Mariah Carey is wearing, but do I ever?
Hello, everyone. I’m admittedly having a sluggish week, as I’m still recovering from a stupid accidental injury I did to myself. But enough of that! Let’s get into the nitty gritty: celebrity outfits. Let’s see who’s wearing what (and why). It’s Best and Worst Celebrity Looks of the Week! This week includessome photos from the White House Correspondent’s dinner.
Go through the photos and make your picks for who had the BEST, WORST, and most WTF look of the week! Mine are at the bottom.
First, let’s get to the highlights (mostly) of the White House Correspondent’s Dinner:
Ashley Judd. Haven’t seen her in a while. She looks lovely. I don’t know what exactly is going on in her hair, but I suppose I’m not terribly opposed to it.
I don’t know about you, but I’m still listening to Taylor Swift‘s last album, 1989. fairly regularly. That album is full of ~jams~ from start to finish and it’s going to be pretty hard for her to outdo herself next time. But she’s still looking forward to a new album that’s “very different” from this one when it DOES happen – and that includes Kanye West, as we all know.
“We’ve never been in the studio together, but he’s got a lot of amazing ideas. He’s one of those people who is just like idea, idea, like, ’What do you think of this?’ ’What do you think of that?’ He’s very creative and I think we’ve talked about it, but we’ve always talked about so many other things. I think I completely respect his vision as a producer, so thats all I know now. I have no idea what the next album is going to be, though.”
“I’m not making the next record yet. That’s going to take a lot of thinking about what that should be, because with 1989 — I love this album so much that I think it would be doing a real disservice to this album to try to copy it the next time around,” she said. “I think it’s going to have to be something very, very different creatively.”
Well, at least she’s not rushing anything for the sake of keeping her career on the run. Then again, it’s not like her popularity will be waning any time soon. The entire world LOVES Taylor Swift and she’s about to embark on a tour (if it hasn’t already started – I can’t remember) that will run for several years. I think she’s here to stay.
As for that Kanye collaboration… I’m a bit scared, to be honest. Nothing good can come of this… or can it?
Pitch Perfect 2is coming out soon, and people seem to be pretty stoked on it. I thought the first one was good, but not something I desperately needed a sequel to and can’t live without… but hey, to each her own. Elizabeth Banks directed the latest installment and she’s loving her new role behind the camera. She talked about this and other things – like how hard it is to be a woman getting older in Hollywood and how SOME PEOPLE, like, say, Tara Reid, just “didn’t make it”. SHADE!
On Hollywood being difficult for ‘older’ actresses: “There was a group of us girls coming up. A lot of us are surviving. Some of us are not. I used to go to auditions with Tara Reid. So, you know, we didn’t all make it. We’re not all still here – I do love Sharknado”
On being a female director: “The list of women who get to make studio-level films is very short. And I’m not quite in that club yet. Until this movie comes out, then we’ll see. This shoot is the test. I like to get A’s.”
On becoming the director of Pitch Perfect 2: “I went through no hoops for this particular job. I just put myself right at the spot where someone needed to be to get the job. And I prepared. I knew I wanted to direct, so I met DPs, I ran sets, I chose music. I went through the process of directing in little ways — nothing too big or risky or time-consuming. I just started really observing.”
On advice/challenges: “Some big actresses told me a few things that inspired me. One said that the biggest challenge for a female actress was to make sure they are not profoundly bored. Another told me to just do whatever you want — do anything. And another told me that her quote hadn’t changed in 15 years. That really lit a fire under my ass.”
Well, you can’t fault the woman for being honest. I don’t know that Tara Reid ever really had any kind of serious chops – comedy, acting, any of that – that would have let her really dominate in Hollywood, and she was always a bit too sloppy to hold it all together, anyway. Elizabeth has a natural charm and a very “girl next door” feeling about her, which gave her a foot in the door, but it did take her a while to get there. I like her, though. And I also like Sharknado.