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Posts from May 2013

Are these two back together?

It seems that John Mayer and Katy Perry may be trying to rekindle their romance. Us Weekly claims that Mayer was a guest at Perry’s Memorial Day barbeque in the Hollywood Hills. "They seem to be back together -- or back together-ish," one source told the magazine. "They were very flirty and having a really good time together. They have good chemistry." The pair broke up back in March; since then, Mayer has been in the studio working on his sixth album. He released a studio session video yesterday, and will release a new one every Tuesday. "I'm up to four or five songs I think are really cool. There's a song called 'Badge and Gun' that's pure country," he told Rolling Stone.
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This takes me back.........
Will and Jaden Smith rapped together for the first time on Graham Norton’s talk show in the U.K. over the weekend. Jaden spat out the lyrics while Will accompanied on beatbox. The last time Will was on Graham’s show, he rapped the theme song from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and the clip got eight million hits on YouTube. This time he brought DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso “Carlton” Ribeiro to rap the theme with him and his son. The new clip already has in excess of 11 million YouTube views.

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Janet is RICH!
  • Janet Jackson has joined the ranks of Madonna, Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and others -- with Variety recently confirming that the singer-actress, 47, is officially a billionaire. The late Michael Jackson's most famous sibling racked up the impressive total via multiple channels: making a reported $458 million from concert tours, $304 million from acting roles in films like The Nutty Professor and Poetic Justice, $260 million in album sales, and $81 million in sponsorships.

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What Are the World's Richest Celebrities Really Worth?

CelebrityNetWorth.com has published a list of celebrities with the greatest net worth, and some of the people on the list may surprise you. Veep and Seinfeld star Julia Louis-Dreyfus has a net worth of $3 billion, mostly from family money. Seinfeld writer Larry David is worth $800 million, while Gloria Estefan is worth $500 million, Tyler Perry has $400 million in the bank, and both Bill Cosby and Keanu Reeves are worth $350 million apiece. 
Celebrity Net Worths: 
  • George Lucas: $7.3 billion (although he plans to give $4 billion to charity)
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus: $3 billion
  • Oprah: $2.8 billion
  • J.K. Rowling: $1 billion
  • Larry David: $800 million
  • Madonna: $650 million
  • Bono: $600 million
  • P. Diddy: $580 million
  • Howard Stern: $500 million
  • Gloria Estefan: $500 million
  • Dolly Parton: $450 million
  • Mel Gibson: $425 million
  • Tyler Perry: $400 million
  • Celine Dion: $400 million
  • Clint Eastwood: $375 million
  • Dr. Dre: $360 million
  • Bill Cosby: $350 million
  • Keanu Reeves: $350 million
  • Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: $300 million
  • Will Smith: $200 million
  • Ryan Seacrest: $200 million
  • Bruce Springsteen: $200 million
  • Ozzy Osbourne: $140 million
  • Ellen DeGeneres: $105 million
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Lose it in 2 Weeks

Lose 8 Pounds in 2 Weeks from health.com

You Really Can Have It All This 1,350-calories-a-day diet, complete with healthy recipes, can help you lose weight fast:

Breakfast About 400 calories (choose one daily) Open-Faced Caprese Omelet Bulk up your omelet with veggies and cut back on the eggs and cheese to net an almost 200-calorie save. Whisk together 2 large eggs; gently cook on medium-low heat in 1 teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil to make an open-faced omelet. Top evenly with 1/2 cup shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese during cooking. Slide omelet onto a plate, and top with 1 sliced medium vine-ripened tomato. Drizzle with 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar, sprinkle with sea salt to taste, and garnish with 8 fresh basil leaves.

Nut Butter and Nectarine Open Sandwich By trading a bakery-size bagel for an English muffin, you’ll slash 210 calories from your morning meal. Spread 1 tablespoon roasted almond butter onto each of 2 toasted whole-grain English muffin halves. Very thinly slice 1 nectarine and arrange on top; sprinkle with a pinch of ground ginger or cardamom.

Granola Yogurt Parfait Use plain yogurt instead of a sugary one—and save up to 70 calories. Layer 6 ounces plain fat-free Greek yogurt with 2/3 cup granola mixed with 1/2 cup puffed wheat cereal, and 1 sliced peach.

Grab-and-Go Egg Sandwich Need to eat on the fly? Swing by a restaurant drive-through and order 1 take-out egg sandwich (around 400 calories), such as Wendy’s Artisan Egg Sandwich with Applewood Smoked Bacon. By choosing bacon instead of sausage, you’re cutting more than 100 calories from your breakfast. Enjoy with 12 ounces unsweetened iced tea with 1 teaspoon sugar.

Lunch and Dinner About 400 calories (choose two daily) Turkey Cheeseburger With Guacamole This stacked burger is piled high with veggies and is half the calories of a regular one. Grill or pan-grill 1 small (3-ounce, about 93% lean) ground turkey patty; sprinkle with salt and black pepper to taste. Serve on 1 grilled whole-grain bun smeared with 1 1/2 table-spoons guacamole and topped with a 3/4-ounce slice of sharp cheddar cheese, 2 large red onion slices, 3 large heirloom or beefsteak tomato slices, and 2/3 cup packed baby salad greens. Serve burger with an additional cup packed extra baby greens, splashed with champagne vinegar.

Peppery Linguine With Pesto Mixing pasta with veggies and pesto saves about 400 calories, versus digging into a heavy Alfredo entree. Toss 1 1/3 cups cooked (2 ounces dry) whole-wheat or spinach linguine with 2 tablespoons each of the pasta cooking liquid and basil pesto Then mix with 1 cup thinly sliced red, orange, and yellow bell peppers; half of a small, very thinly sliced (crosswise) Serrano pepper; and sea salt to taste.

Sushi and Salad To choose rolls wisely, steer clear of words like "tempura" and "spicy"—these cooking preparations can easily double your calorie count. Have 1 tuna roll and 1 avocado roll, served with 1 tablespoon soy sauce. Enjoy with 1 side seaweed salad.

Chicago-Style Chicken Hot Dog Sink your teeth into this leaner poultry frank—it has 150 fewer calories than the typical dressed-up dog. Spread 2 teaspoons mustard on 1 whole-wheat hot dog bun; top with 2 tablespoons drained sweet pickle relish and 1 grilled or boiled organic uncured chicken or meatless hot dog. Add 2 sliced cherry tomatoes, 2 tablespoons minced sweet onion, 1 tablespoon minced green bell pepper or bok choy, and a dash of celery salt. Serve with 1/2 cup store-bought potato salad.

Lobster Wrap Made with a tortilla instead of a buttered bun and with a lightened-up mayo mixture, our version of the typical lobster roll is 300-plus calories lighter. Top 1 (8-inch) whole-wheat tortilla with fresh lobster salad: 2/3 cup cooked, chilled lobster meat, 1 tablespoon each mayo and fat-free plain Greek yogurt, 1 teaspoon finely chopped fresh tarragon, 1/8 teaspoon each hot-pepper sauce and grated lemon zest, and a pinch each of sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. Top with 3/4 cup sliced Boston lettuce or other leafy greens, and roll up. Eat with 1 cup red bell pepper strips or zucchini slices, raw or grilled.

Grecian Cobb Salad With Lemony Hummus Dressing The ultimate girlfriends’ summer lunch out—have a skinny version (430 calories less than usual) together outside. Top 3 cups packed mesclun with 2/3 cup each sliced unpeeled English cucumber and grape tomatoes; 3 ounces grilled seasoned chicken breast strips; 3 tablespoons each thin strips sundried tomatoes (rehydrated) and crumbled feta cheese; and 1 tablespoon pan-toasted pine nuts. For dressing: Whisk together 3 tablespoons hummus, 1 tablespoon water, and 1 1/2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice. Sprinkle with freshly ground black pepper to taste.

Pizza Gone Glam Instead of picking deep-dish, order up 2 medium slices of regular cheese pizza (or heat a 400-calorie portion of your favorite frozen one like Amy’s Kitchen Cheese Pizza)—and save 150 calories. Then fab up the pizza with your favorite seasonal veggies, such as 1/2 cup each sliced baby bella mushrooms and fresh baby spinach or arugula; sprinkle with Italian seasoning or truffle sea salt to taste.

Snacks About 150 calories (choose one daily) Endive Boats With Baba Ganoush Swap potato chips and French onion dip for this refreshing and low-cal snack. Fill spears from 1 head Belgian endive with 2 tablespoons store-bought all-natural baba ganoush. Garnish with fresh parsley. Free anytime snack 2 cups raw (or 1 cup cooked) veggies; season with ground black pepper and sea salt to taste.

Grilled Apple A La Yogurt Snack on this instead of apple pie—and save 250 calories. Core and halve 1 medium apple; cut each half into 6 wedges, and grill over direct medium heat until rich grill marks form (about 6 minutes per side). Microwave on high until fully softened (about 1 minute). Top with 3 tablespoons fat-free or low-fat vanilla yogurt, and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon graham cracker crumbs and a pinch of ground cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice.

Shrimp Cocktail and Prosecco Indulge in this skinny app plus drink pairing. Enjoy 10 large shrimp and 1 1/2 tablespoons cocktail sauce while sipping 3 ounces prosecco. Red Grape and Aged Goat Cheese Skewers Nosh on this instead of crackers and Brie for a 150-calorie save. Start with 15 red seedless grapes and 1 ounce aged goat cheese. Slide 5 grapes onto each of 3 bamboo skewers; top each with a 1/3-ounce piece of cheese.

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Would you pay 2K to meet Gwyneth Paltrow?

  • Gwyneth Paltrow’s $2,000 Groupon meet and greet sold out in less than 24 hours. Sixty people will get to attend the private Goop.com event on June 14 with a friend, and Gwyneth will give a private cooking class from her new cookbook, It’s All Good. The Groupon also includes round-trip airfare from anywhere in the U.S. or Canada to New York, airport transfers, two nights at a Hilton hotel, spa treatments and dinner for two. Given the cost of the ingredients Gwyneth uses, she may still be losing money on the deal.

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Sydney Restaurant Offers $120 Sandwich

  • A restaurant in Australia is offering a $120 egg-and-bacon roll this week as part of Bacon Week. The sandwich features award-winning bacon from Slade Point Meat Specialists, a pan-fried duck egg, semi-dried and smoked gourmet truss tomatoes, duck foie gras, caviar, creme fraiche, shaved truffles and English cheddar, squeezed between a handmade brioche bun. It will be served with a side of chips and shaved truffle aioli. 4Fourteen head chef Carla Jones said she doesn't believe many people will try the spendy sandy. That's probably a safe bet.

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First Flying Car to Go on Sale Soon

  • We have tablets and smartphones, but where are the flying cars we were promised in the future? Turns out that they could be just two years away. Massachusetts-based firm Terrafugia has announced its Transition design, which is part sedan and part private jet. It has two seats, four wheels and wings that fold up so it can be driven like a car. The vehicle will be small enough to fit in a garage, and won't need a runway, as its propellers can be rotated upwards for a vertical take off. You’d better start saving--and training--now: When the car hits market in 2015, it will cost $300,000 and require a pilot’s license.

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