Mariah Carey Pregnant

August 23, 2010 by Post Team 

Mariah Carey Pregnant, Even Mariah Carey Billboard wondering if you are pregnant: The venerable business magazine published a YouTube video of the performance of the diva in São Paulo, Brazil on Saturday, where he seemed to look a more rounded belly. Nick Cannon now deny it all for the 658th time. [Billboard]

Emma Stone new “Easy A sign”: Nothing surprising here, just the adorable actress in front of a blackboard with some harsh words about (rumored) sexual prolifigacy his character, but we put on our wall of stone at any time. [Just Jared]

Cubs Hipster The book is coming: Your favorite Tumblr blog become a book about animals is elitist “soon”, announced the site. Lassie liked his stuff sooner the better. Cubs [Hipster]

“True Blood” Wedding: Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer little in real life marriage this weekend. We wonder if the happy couple had guests sign the cover of Rolling Stone. [People]

Lady Gaga leads the lists of Twitter: The pop provocateur users has become more popular social networking site, stealing the crown from former champions Britney Spears and Ashton Kutcher. [Twitter] See our list of the most popular people in Los Angeles Twitter here.

New school costs and 578 million Los Angeles: The Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools were designed by Kanye West and have a supervised lunch menu by Wolfgang Puck. Just kidding! But not for the price. Did we mention that 3,000 teachers have been fired in the city over the past two years? [Time]

Eight tips for traveling with your IPAD: How to find Wi-Fi, the stay charged and generally feel superior to his fellow plane passengers. [Wired]

Indie labels embrace creating movies: music labels like Drag City and Jagjaguwar, best known for artists like Joanna Newsom idiosyncractic and Okkervil River, are trying their hands in film distribution. [] NYT

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