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August 31, 2009

Kim Kardashian Working For Ok! Magazine

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Kim Kardashian has officially sold out and got a job at OK! Magazine! Kardashian will be a Contributing Beauty Editor for the gossip magazine.

"I’m really looking forward to being a part of the team at OK!. Now the types of tips I’ve given on my own blog can be seen by an even wider audience. I’ve always loved beauty, so opportunities like this and the upcoming partnership with Lighthouse feel like natural, perfect fits," Kardashian says.

OK! is obviously very happy to land a star like Kardashian as they seem to be trying to legitimize their brand. Readers, do you think the addition of Kardashian to the OK! will help them beat out their competitors?

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Audrina Patridge Slams Heidi Montag's Singing Career

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The Hills starlet Audrina Patridge just announced she will be leaving the reality series after this season and now she's making fun of her friend and co-star Heidi Montag!

Patridge recently chatted with People about Montag's singing career. “I feel like Heidi, you know, she’s doing it for fun, where a lot of singers and people, they work their ass off, and they actually have amazing voices and they can really sing and perform, and I feel like a lot of people don’t get to experience what Heidi has, going on in front of a billion people and perform on TV. I just don’t think she’s taking it that serious, and that’s what’s kind of disappointing for me, for music lovers out there.”

Do you think Audrina is right about Heidi? Share your thoughts below!

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Chris Brown Says He Still Loves Rihanna

Chris Brown Says He Still Loves Rihanna

Chris Brown recently admitted that he still loves Rihanna.

Brown told People "I never fell out of love with her. That just wouldn't go away." He also told Larry King that he finds it difficult to hear about her with other men "At the end of the day, I mean, we're not together, so, if she's happy, I'm cool."

Brown will make his first TV appearance on Larry King Live to talk about Rihanna, his arrest and how surprised he was that the unfortunate events took place. Check out some of the highlights from the interview below and tune into Larry King Live on September 2nd for the full interview.


Liam Hemsworth's Ex-Girlfriend Rips Miley Cyrus

Liam Hemsworth's Ex-Girlfriend Rips Miley Cyrus

Liam Hemsworth's ex-girlfriend is speaking out against Miley Cyrus, blaming her for breaking up a five year relationship.

Laura Griffin recently told Woman's Day that reports of Miley making out with Liam at Nashville Airport caused her and Liam to break up. Apparently, Liam flew back to Australia last week to confront Griffin. He told her their five year relationship was over. Griffin now blames Cyrus. “He was my boyfriend and my best friend. There is no other reason why we would have broken up.” Liam and Miley have both refused to talk about their relationship but more pictures were just released that show they do have some sort of relationship.

Readers, do you think Miley is to blame for Liam's break up?

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Tyra Banks Engaged to John Utendahl

Tyra Banks Engaged to John Utendahl

It's being reported that Tyra Banks is engaged to longtime boyfriend, businessman John Utendahl.

The pair were spotted out to lunch on Saturday at the Little Next Door in Los Angeles, where Banks was wearing a huge ring on her left ring finger! There hasn't been a confirmation or denial from Banks or Utendahl so we'll have to wait and see if they really are planning on marriage.

Comment bleow! Do you think Banks and Utendahl are engaged?


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Quick Fact
It seems that the machines are winning in this digital age where voice-to-text is so prevalent. Many have abandoned the professional services of transcribers because they think that Androids and iPhones do much better jobs at documenting conversations. We are proud to say that the masses are wrong. A recent experiment placed man against machine in the battle for the accuracy and man, professional transcribers that is, defeated the competition. Whereas the machine mistook the word "ago" for "I go," professional transcribers had a knack for hearing and correctly interpreted the text. The playing field between man and technology is a bit more leveled.