The Royal Baby Is Here And His Name Is?
The wait is over! If you were even waiting... as reported by several sources yesterday, Kate Middleton gave birth (naturally, I might add) to a baby boy. Yes, on July 22, the man third in line to the be King of England graced us with his presence. Seems like a lot of pressure on a baby... especially when you have the Royal Crier telling the world you've arrived!
So now the big question is... what is this little King's name? While there is no official word YET, people are taking bets. E! News claims James is the heavy favorite. Pretty standard... Great Britain has had at least 7 King Jameses over the last millennium.
Spike Lee Launches Kickstarter Campaign To Fund Next Movie
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Spike Lee is on a quest to raise $1.25 million in a month via Kickstarter to put towards his next movie about "the addiction to blood," reports the New York Daily News.
I'm not sure if Mr. Lee is simply having money troubles or if he's just really frustrated that movies like his aren't getting the funding they deserve??
In a message on his Kickstarter page, he says, quote, "With the current climate in The Hollywood Studio System it's not an encouraging look for Independent Filmmakers. I'm not hating, just stating the facts. Super Heroes, Comic Books, 3D Special EFX, Blowing up the Planet Nine Times and Fly through the Air while Transforming is not my Thang."
Whatever his reasoning for finding such funding, Spike's campaign seems to be working... funds are up over $70,000 with 29 days to go!
Miley Cyrus Now Admits She Was Singing About Ecstasy
Miley's song "We Can't Stop" and the video that accompanies it is no doubt a bit on the naughty side. Upon first listen, the world assumed she was singing about Ecstasy, BUT Miley denied all claims in Rolling Stone, saying quote, "I have an accent! So when I say 'Miley,' it must sound like 'molly.'"
Well, it's all LIES, and we were right! Miley now admits to Britain's Daily Mail that she WAS making a drug reference, saying quote, "It depends... if you're ten [years old, the lyric is] 'Miley,' if you know what I'm talking about then you know. I just wanted it played on the radio and they've already had to edit it so much."
Take another listen... makes sense now, huh?
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