Victoria Rathgeb

October 21, 2010 by Post Team 

Victoria Rathgeb, Beyonce Knowles is pregnant with her first child, new reports Us Weekly. And apparently it was not as meticulously planned as the rest of his career.

Go ahead and make your joke Destiny’s Child and move on.

“B was shocked. She loves children, but she was not ready to be a mother right away,” said a source from the singer, who married rapper Jay-Z in 2008. “She really wanted her album and toured the world again. ”

However, another insider says the singer, who is in her first trimester, realizes that “it is a gift from God and she is so happy.”

You think she’s happy? This child has just won the genetic lottery.

Friends of the couple are already expressing their best wishes for parents to be. So it must be true.

“Jay was all about the family since I met him, and he always will be,” record executive Kevin Liles, who was the rapper known for years, tells us. “I wish them the best.” And while not a direct admission of a positive pregnancy test, sister Solange Knowles told the magazine “Her heart is the most beautiful. It will be a great mom. ”

FILM legend CANCER: Legendary Screen Siren Kim Novak, better known for her work in Alfred Hitchcck’s 1958 thriller “Vertigo”, we expect a full recovery after being diagnosed with breast cancer, says its director.

“It was caught early by a routine annual mammogram, and (she) is being processed. All her doctors say she is in fantastic physical shape and should recover very well,” said Sue Cameron Hollywood Reporter.

Novak, 77, No. 1 box office star in the 1950s, gave the spotlight of Hollywood for a quiet life on a ranch of 240 acres in Oregon with the veterinarian Bob Malloy that she married in 1976.

PLAYMATE shootings BURDEN: In 1968, Playb*y Playmate of the Year has been charged with attempted murder after she allegedly shot her boyfriend in their apartment near Hollywood Saturday night.

The District Attorney’s office says 66-year-old Victoria Rathgeb – known as Angela Dorian when she was Playmate of the Year – pleaded not guilty to attempted murder Tuesday. She remained in jail Wednesday to $ 1.5 million bail and could face up to life in prison if convicted.

Police allege she shot her boyfriend during a domestic dispute on Saturday.

Spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Norma Eisenman said the man, whose identity was not released, remains in critical condition.

Rathgeb was also a television actress and film who played a heroin addict in 1968 for “Rosemary’s Baby.”

EC would not have happened if you stayed in the Bay: Former Golden State Warrior and current star of the Los Angeles Clippers Baron Davis is being sued for allegedly firing a “clod of earth ‘to cope with the paparazzi outside the Kate Hudson’s house.

The photographer claims he and a pack of photographers have been “legally standing on public property” outside the Hudson home LA back in 2008 when the actress arrived with Davis.

According to the lawsuit, claims photographer Davis, “apparently upset by media attention, picked up a clod and threw it,” removal of the slurry in the face and eyes. The photographer claims to have suffered severe damage to his eyeball and Baron wants to fork over $ 25,000 to do things.

WAHLBERG OFFERED ‘Raven’: The producers behind Steven Norrington restart of the vengeful Gothic “The Crow” are apparently giving the lead to Mark Wahlberg.

Brandon Lee, who died making the first film, originally played the haunted hero in 1994. Producer Edward R. Pressman has promised “a very different visual idea for the new film,” which provides Norrington direct from the script that Nick Cave has been busy polishing.

Other planned changes include beefing the role of the Crow’s guide / bird sidekick, who has been largely relegated to a key air totem or in the original film. Rumors continue to swirl that the part was offered to Sesame Street’s Big Bird.

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