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Holly Madison at the Los Angeles Confidential magazine May/June issue party held at XIV Restaurant in West Hollywood - 04.30.09.
Pink BONUS: Holly Madison arrives to a party launching Pepsi Throwback at World on Wheels in Los Angeles, California - 04.29.09.
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Orlando Bloom's model girlfriend Miranda Kerr has no plans to wed the actor in the near future - because she's "too busy" with work to contemplate settling down.
The Australian Victoria's Secret beauty has been dating Pirates of the Caribbean star Bloom since late 2007 and the couple was forced to deny rumours of an engagement in December (08).
Kerr admits she would love to get married and start a family one day - but not just yet.
She tells Eonline.com, "It's definitely something, one day down the track, I want. But for now, I'm happy. I'm just too busy with work that I can't be thinking of that right now." (WENN/MT/WNWE/ZN)
PICS: Miranda Kerr shopping for shoes and getting her nails done.
The Traffic star insists America's corrupt history seems destined to repeat itself until his countrymen can smoke freely, recalling the violence incited by Prohibition.
And the 64-year-old is adamant that making cannabis legal would boost America's flagging economy and make the world more peaceful.
He says, "It's an interesting issue with all of these troubles that are going on... and trying to resolve things. It's an interesting thing that's being raised again.
"I'm questioning it. We're trying to get a lot of money for health and education and I'm wondering... you look at these gangs, and I look back at Prohibition. When we didn't allow alcohol, what did we have? We had gangs. We had big gangs. It's something that needs to be discussed a little more. It's an economic issue and a violence issue." (WENN/JMA/WNVFERG/KL)