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(HMG Celebrity News) – After bitterly disappointing hundreds of thousands of demonstrators yesterday, anger has turned into jubilation in Tahrir Square as vice president Omar Suleiman announced that Egyptian President Mubarak has resigned and called on the army to “run the affairs of the country.” A wild celebration is now underway among protesters across the country who had demanded his ouster for the last 18 days, after 30 years of authoritarian rule. The 82-year-old president left the presidential palace in Cairo earlier today as protesters kept the pressure on the government to forceMore >
Spencer Pratt is done with reality TV and headline-seeking gimmicks.
LOL. We’ll believe that when we see it, but that’s what he’s claiming.
Instead, “I want to be an FBI agent, or work in homeland security or intelligence,” the former Hills star said. “I’ve given up TV, and would love to be an FBI agent.”
FBI MATERIAL? Of course, there’s the small matter of Spencer not having his B.A. He says he’s just a few credits short of a degree in Political Science from USC.
“Those ads that pop up when you sign on the computer that say, ‘Do you want to work for the FBI, all you need is a collegeMore >
T.I.’s road to redemption has no GPS – and has hit a roadblock.
The embattled rapper faces another 11 months in prison after violating probation on drug charges stemming from a September arrest with wife Tiny.
Still, the star is determined to rise again. “I want drugs out of my life. If I can get the treatment and counseling I need … I can beat this,” T.I. said.
In vain, he told the judge who sentenced him “I need help. For me, my mother, my kids, I need mercy.” What he needs is to stop sippin’ sizzurp!
His relapse is sad in light of his heroic actions last week, when he raced to theMore >
Roman Polanski is a free man! Well, he has been for 30 years-plus now, despite facing a prison term in the United States for having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
The Oscar-winning director will remain free, though, thanks to Switzerland’s Federal Department of Justice cited a recent flaw in the U.S. extradition request.
The Swiss argue that Roman Polanski, who maintains a home in Switzerland, could reliably expect not to be arrested and deported to face sentencing in America.
Basically, since the U.S. knew of his frequent presence there over the last few years but never acted on it, theMore >