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President Barack Obama is running for reelection in 2012. That comes as no surprise, but the chief executive made the announcement official this morning.
Declaring that he remains wholly “focused on the job you elected me to do,” Obama announced his bid for another term in an email (with video) to supporters.
Hours later, several possible Republican presidential hopefuls (none has officially declared their intent to challenge him) used this news to criticize him.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney Tweeted @barackobama” “I look forward to hearing details on your jobs plan, as are 14mMore >
The “post” Michael Jackson era has begun and now the Jackson Estate can add a fragrance collection to their rapidly growing list of Posthumous products with the king of pops name attached to them.
Joe Jackson, father of Michael Jackson has teamed up with a french perfume company to release a Jackson scent line.
Jackson signed the deal with Julian Rouas Paris Company to create the collection which will debut in just a few short months.
Rousas Paris Chief Executive Frank Rouas told PopCrunch:
“With Joe Jackson, we are 50-50 partners in world sales, television rights and advertising receipts.
Jennifer Lopez and her husband Marc Anthony have signed a clothing line deal with Macy’s. The power couple will bring to the store a line of menswear, womenswear and homewear.
The new lifestyle fashion venture is expected to generate upwards of $3 billion in sales for Macy’s. The deal also marks the first time a celebrity couple have worked on a clothing line for one retailer at the same time. In 2009 the couple closed down their Sweetface luxury sportwear line.
Jennifer Lopez will work on the womenwears apparel and accessories while Anthony will do the same for the mens line.
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George Clooney already has an Oscar under his handsome belt.
But we have a feeling the Emmy Award he’s been assured of will mean more.
Earlier today, The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced it will present the charitable actor with its Bob Hope Humanitarian Award at this year’s ceremony on August 29.
Citing Clooney’s efforts as the head of Hope for Haiti, as well as his fundraising for victims of Hurricane Katrina and his involvement with Darfur, John Shaffner – chairman and chief executive of the TV academy -
(HMG) – While there was some posturing that he might walk away, Charlie Sheen has agreed to a new deal with Warner Bros. to do 2 more years of “Two and a Half Men.” Uncertainty had clouded Sheen’s future with the series after he told friends that he wanted to leave after seven years because he’d tired of its production demands and wanted to focus on movies. He’s in the upcoming film “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” a sequel to the 1987 “Wall Street” in which he starred. Meanwhile, the actor’s personal life also remains unsettled as he battles substance abuse problems and still facesMore >