June 15, 2005

(From NY POST page six)
THE mystery of the Brad Pitt-Jennifer Aniston breakup has been solved. If we were playing Clue, it was Miss Jolie in the bedroom with her killer bod. But Aniston has finally broken her silence on the love triangle to the brilliant Leslie Bennetts, who will write up the interview for Vanity Fair. Contrary to early speculation, "She told Bennetts she did want babies with Brad, and that starting a family wasn't the issue," one source told PAGE SIX. "The issue was Brad cheated . . . and she is appalled by the 'family photos' coming out in W." Brad and Angelina posed with pretend kids as one big happy family in the upcoming monthly. (see photos here)
Antonio “LA” Reid, Chairman of Island Def Jam Music Group, will deliver the keynote address at The National Association of Black Female Executives in Music and Entertainment’s 2005 International Leadership Summit Mentor Power Luncheon, to be held at noon, August 19, at the Renaissance Chicago Hotel.
The luncheon, themed A Celebration of The Celebrity Mom, will honor Jonnetta Patton (Usher), Cissy Houston (Whitney Houston), Carolyn London (Tyra Banks), Rita Owens (Queen Latifiah), Roberta Shields (Ludacris), Dr. Donda West (Kanye West), Deloris Jordan (Michael Jordan), Sonja Norwood (Brandy), and Mahalia Hines (Common) for their outstanding achievements in raising and managing icons of the music, movie and modeling industry.
In addition to the luncheon, a five-day summit will take place August 17 - 21, featuring informative panels on career, money and relationship management, powerhouse networking sessions, and live entertainment.
General registration is $395 for members, $495 for non-members and $250 for students. Walk-up registration is $500 for members, $600 for non-members and $275 for students. For registration and information call (201) 724-9836 or visit www.nabfeme.org
Since its inception, NABFEME has recognized the achievements and contributions of African-American women in the world of entertainment. Founded by music industry trailblazer Johnnie Walker, the nonprofit organization supports and empowers black female professionals at all levels in the music and entertainment industry. For more information about NABFEME, visit the website at www.nabfeme.org.
Uncle Luke and Urban Box Office (UBO) are on the hunt for a young lady to be crowned Ms. Freaky Soul 2005, the spokesmodel for Luke’s CD/DVD audio book, “Luke Campbell's Soup For The Freaky Soul: The Sexploits of Uncle Luke,” due in September.
The winner of this contest will not only have something to tack onto her resume, she’ll get to go on tour with Uncle Luke, appear on television, radio and in magazines with Uncle Luke as well as receive $5,000 cash and other prizes.
Paris Hilton might end her "career" of dancing on bar tables soon. The 24-year-old heiress tells Newsweek that she'll give up her public life in two years, by the time she'll be married and hopefully having babies with fiancé Paris Latsis. She'll give up her TV show The Simple Life too -- "I thought it was cute to play a dumb blonde. On TV, I do it because it's funny. I consider myself a businesswoman and a brand," Hilton tells the magazine. She continued that she was looking forward to some peace and quiet. "I don't enjoy going out anymore," she said. "It's such a pain. It's everyone saying, 'Let's do a deal! Can I have a picture?' I'm just, like, 'These people are such losers. I can't believe I used to love doing this.'" Meanwhile, her mom, Kathy Hilton, is heading further into the spotlight with her reality series, I Want to Be a Hilton.

1 comment(s):

Paris is full of shyt... I dont believe the 'I am leaving the limelight in 2 years' bullshyt. If she REALLY wanted to leave the limelight, she would leave already... why ANNOUNCE it to create more hoopla? Bullshyt. She is a camera hog, and its in her core. I wonder if its just that her fiance wants her to slow down and play wifey? hmmm... I wonder.

By Blogger prodigalsun, at June 16, 2005  

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