For failing to appear in court and sitdown for her deposition,Rihanna may stand to lose millions, if her former money managers Berdon LLP, whom she sued last year, is able to convince the judge to penalize her for her resistance. The Barbadian princess is said to be applying some Lindsay Lohanantics of avoiding her courtroom appointments but her ex-accountants have apparently had enough.Berdon LLP is taking legal action against the recording artist for multiple absences for court-ordered depositions from November of last year until most recently, a June 19 court date reportedly due to an illness. The accounting firm had apparently spent $100,000 for arranging the June 19 deposition in London just toaccommodate the singer's schedule, but she ultimately was a no-show too that day.The accountants are slamming RiRi for her inexcusable behavior, saying the entertainer showed no signs of illness either before or after the scheduled deposition and was able to perform in her shows around that time and even tweeted about them. Citing they have been"pushed beyond the breaking point,"the firm wants the multi-million dollar case dropped and is asking for $100,000 for their wasted time and resources.Rihanna sued Berdon LLP back in 2012 for allegedly mismanaging hermoney. The New York-based accounting firm claims the artist's financial loss was the result of her own irresponsibility and that they have not swindled her or owe her anything.
Monday, 15 July 2013
Thursday, 11 July 2013
Rapper Flo Rida drops a new music video and it's for his forthcoming new album's first single "Tell Me When U Ready". The 33-year-old entertainer enlists "Karate Chop" artist Future for the bouncy rap tune and its glitzy visuals not just from all the lights on the set but also on the sparkling gold chains around the two rap stars' necks, with Flo Rida showing off a huge Jesus piece for his bling.The three-minute Gil Green-directed clip shows the duo doing some wild club partying in Vegas in such hubs as Liquid at Aria and 1 Oak at The Mirage and at the penthouse of The Palms. Their nightlife features the usual hip-hop video staple of sexy women bopping to their music and even hanging out in the poolside, flaunting a Lamborghini in front of the Plaza Hotel and popping bottles left and right.The clip would also at times break into split screens to show some footage from their jam-packed live performances. Jamaican-American rapperSean Kingston, with whom Flo Rida collaborated in the past forthe track "Roll", drops a cameo in the flashy clip.After "Tell Me When U Ready", Flo Rida is set to release another new single and it's going to be again a collaboration, this time with Miami pop rapper Pitbull for a song entitled "Can't Believe It". Another track said to be included on the still untitled album is "Booty on the Floor" featuring Marc Mysterio which was intended to benefit the Boston Marathon bombing victims' families.
After a video of him peeing in a mop bucket and saying "f**k Bill Clinton" leaked online,Justin Bieber does the decent act of personally approaching former U.S. President Bill Clinton to say sorry for the impropriety. The 19-year-old teen heartthrob thought well to own up to his blunder and talk to the former head of state to apologize."@billclinton thanks for taking the time to talk Mr. President. Your words meant alot. #greatguy," Bieber wrote on Twitter about their one-on-one. He was very fortunate to have caught the president in a good mood, as Clinton turned out to be cool about the whole situation, to the extent of saying, "If that is the worst thing you have ever done, all is well."On a more serious note, the former commander-in-chief advised the young pop superstar to be wary of the company that he keeps, a friend was said to have leaked the scandalous video, and to instead focus on the positive things he can do given his immense popularity and influence over his millions of followers. Bieber came back with heartwarming assurance that he would lend a hand to Clinton's Global Initiative as needed.The damage control is a wise move on Bieber's part considering the seemingly non-stop controversies that he has been getting into one after another. Most recently, he was slammed for standing on the Chicago Blackhawks logo in the team's locker room and posing withtheir Stanley Cup trophy which was a no-no.
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Wednesday, 10 July 2013
Selena Gomez revealed in a recent interview that break-up anthem"Love Will Remember" from her forthcoming album "Stars Dance" was about her failed romance with teen hearth rob Justin Bieber. The song has leaked, and right on the intro, it samples a voicemail that sounds like Bieber in one of his calls to Gomez."Hey babe, it's me. I just want to call and tell you that I love you so, so, so, so much. I just wanted to let you know that you are my princess. You are worthy of all the love in the world. You are the love of my life," the mystery voice professes. Gomez then responds with a query, "You said you loved me/ I said I loved you back/ What happened to that?"Unlike other break-up songs, Gomez's Rock Mafia-produced"Love Will Remember" is not laced with bitterness nor anger but rather expresses more of sadness and longing. With lyrics like "All your promises/ And all the plans we had" and "The trips we dream of takin'/ The tags left on the map/ What happened to that?," the song does try to focus on the good times rather than the ugly split."I think it's a sweet way of releasing it," Gomez said about "the most personal track on the record." "It's not an aggressive approach to what people are probably expecting. I'm sure he'll love it too," the Disney-bred star said about her Bieber-inspired tune.
Jennifer Lopez may now be one of the most successful Hispanic celebrities in America today, but her road to fame and fortune was not without its share of hardship. This was what the singer/actress told in a new W Magazine interview,of how at age 18, she had to leave her parents' home in the Bronx in order to pursue her dreams of being in show business."My mom and I butted heads," Lopez recalls her once conflicting relationship with her mom Guadalupe Rodriguez. "I didn't want to go to college -- I wanted to try dance full-time. So she and I had a break," the 43-year-old entertainer reveals her parents' disapproval over her career choice, prompting her to bravely move out but at the same time forcing her to sleep on a sofa in her dance studio.However, after that brief challenging episode, J.Lo's hard work and perseverance began to bear fruit, leading to her first ever dancing gig in Europe. "When I got back, I booked 'In Living Color.' I became a Fly Girl and moved to L.A.It all happened in a year," Lopez says of her big break in television ina show that featured then budding comedians Jim Carrey and the Wayans brothers.Although she has come a long way from those days and now lives superstar lifestyle in Los Angeles, the Jenny from the Block says nothing compares to living in New York. "All the strength that I neededfor life, I got from that neighborhood," says the "Live It Up" singer.