Posts tagged: celebrity

Robert Pattinson and His Bad Habit

Tweet In the eyes of many, Robert Pattinson can do no wrong. The Twilight star is young, hot, and makes bazillions of dollars … or at least enough to make the top 10 of Vanity Fair’s top-earners in Hollywood list. But one mom didn’t care about any of that and recently chewed him out big time for his nasty little smoking habit. Mama bear went wild when she and her teenage daughter walked by Pattinson, who was taking a smoke brea ... Jump to full article >>

Charlie Sheen Rushed To Hospital

Tweet LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — Troubled actor Charlie Sheen was rushed to hospital Thursday with severe abdominal pains, his spokesman said after a reported “wild” party at his Los Angeles home. Several media outlets are reporting that the star of “Two and a Half Men” suffered a hiatal hernia. Hiatal hernia is a condition in which a portion of the stomach protrudes upward into the chest, through an opening in the diaphr ... Jump to full article >>

Michael Douglas On ‘Today’: Odds Are, I’ve Beaten Cancer

Tweet Five months after revealing he was battling throat cancer and Michael Douglas says he is confident he has beat the illness. Speaking in his first interview since finishing chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment, the veteran actor, 66, said his tumour has now vanished. ‘The odds are, with the tumour gone and what I know about this particular type of cancer, that I’ve got it beat,’ Douglas tells Matt Lauer in an interview o ... Jump to full article >>

Image-conscious celebs shy away from endorsing tobacco and liquor

Tweet With the tremendous pressure being put by the anti-tobacco lobby and the health ministry when it comes to smoking or drinking liquor, celebrities are now shying away from endorsing tobacco and liquor products. Sources say that the tobacco and liquor companies have apparently decided to loosen their purse strings to the tune of Rs 25-30 crore for a single ad-deal to get a celeb on board, but find themselves up against a wall. Cricket icon Sa ... Jump to full article >>