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A Michael Jackson monument made of 200 tons of sand is being built at the Borsighallen shopping mall in Berlin, Germany. The event is sponsored by the shops in the mall. The carving takes 10 days to complete (July 20, 2009 to July 30, 2009).
Jon Gosselin seen out at a polo match with new friends, including Michael Lohan, in the Hamptons, New York on July 25, 2009.
Megan Fox was able to indulge her bisexual urges with a lesbian kiss in her new movie Jennifer's Body.
The 23-year-old admits she was able to fulfill her girl-on-girl fantasies with a same-sex smooch in her latest project.
She said, "I think I'm pretty sexy in it. There's a hint of a lesbian relationship in it. There's a girl-on-girl kiss."
Amy Winehouse's ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil has opened up about the night the singer almost died of a drugs overdose - insisting the star came close to death following a three day heroin binge.
He said, "We were sitting on the bed talking. Her eyes went blank. She started having a fit on the bed. She slid down onto the floor before I could stop her. I was panicking, I didn't know how to help her. I was out of it on drugs as well. I knew it was important to stop her choking so I turned her over onto her side, putting her in the recovery position. Then I pulled her tongue out of her mouth so she wouldn't bite it. She had an awful look on her face, just pale and frightened.
"I thought she was dying in my arms. She kept on fitting, but then suddenly she passed out and stopped breathing. I felt sure I was watching her die right in front of me. Somehow I managed to open her mouth and breathe down her throat. Then she spluttered and I saw her chest rise. I was still sobbing and panicking but I just felt this huge relief she was alive."
He added, "She had everything going for her. But she ended up behaving badly just to shock. I'd warned her to stop but she always wanted to keep on taking drugs. All that talent and personality - and she hid them behind drink and drug. I think having seizures and just carrying on - that is pretty shocking, pretty hardcore behavior. It's not something I would be able to do."
Cameron Diaz : "Making a movie about being a mother doesn't make me want to rush out, get drunk, get married in Vegas and have babies"
Psychic Uri Geller once interviewed Michael Jackson under hypnosis to find out whether the superstar was innocent of the child sex allegations which rocked the last few years of his life.
Spoon-bending performer Geller - who was pals with Jackson throughout the 1990s - offered to put the pop superstar in a trance to help improve his eating habits.
He explains, "(Michael) said to me suddenly, 'This mind power that you have - can you send it to me? Can I feel it? Is there some food I can eat - I don't want to eat junk food - can you make me healthy?'
"And I said to him, 'Will you allow me to hypnotize you?' and he said, 'Yes! Wow! Can you really hypnotize me?'
"So I put him into a trance and I confronted him under hypnosis - I asked him, 'Michael, did you ever touch a child in an inappropriate manner?' And Michael answered immediately, 'No I would never do that.'
"So I asked him, 'Why did you pay off Jordy Chander?' and he said, 'I had enough - I couldn't take it any more.'
"I pulled him out of the trance - he never knew this - but to me this was a private validation that this poor man is innocent."
Kate Hudson has confirmed she is dating baseball hunk Alex Rodriguez - by smooching the star in front of snappers at the New York Yankees annual picnic.
Hudson has now taken their romance public - by passionately kissing Rodriguez in front of the paparazzi on Saturday July 25th.
The pair has reportedly been dating since last November and have been pictured spending quality time together with their respective kids, Rodriguez's daughters Ella and Natasha and Hudson's son Ryder.
Lisa Rinna's leg has some cellulite / cottage cheese type issue on the beach in Malibu on July 26, 2009. Check out these much better staged pics here.
The Simple Life star claims Jackson was close friends with her mother Kathy, and asked her permission to use the name when his 11-year-old daughter was born.
Hilton tells TV show Extra, "My mom and Michael went to high school together and they were best friends since they were 13.
"So I grew up knowing Michael very well and when he had his daughter, he always loved the name Paris and grew up being an uncle to me. So he asked my mom if it was okay and of course she said yes and I think she's such a beautiful little girl and I'm proud we have the same name."
Paris Hilton, sister Nicky, and parents Kathy and Rick at the special screening of MTV's "Paris, Not France" at Westwood's Majestic Crest Theater.
© Josephine Santos, PacificCoastNews.com
Paris Hilton's mom is super cute!!!! She's really pretty naturally and I'm sure she's had some help with finding great products and professionals - aka cosmetic surgeons/dermatologists/ facialists and cosmetic dentists.
On the death of Michael Jackson: "He was a freak. He looked like a character from Shrek. He was a black to white minstrel. He was crucified by that court case when he was accused of child molestation - that killed him.
"He personified the pain and anxiety of a black man in a slave country. We all watched as he changed form black to white. He was living performance art.
"I think it was fortuitous that he died. He was supposed to be doing 50 concerts in London. It wouldn't have mattered how good or bad he was. He wouldn't have managed to do all of them and the press would have destroyed him."
Meanwhile Rupert prefers former glamour model Katie Price over actress Gwyneth Paltrow because she has "more integrity".
He insists reality TV star Price - who has undergone several breast enlargement operations and built a topless modeling career under the moniker 'Jordan' - deserves respect for her honesty and efforts to raise her blind son Harvey.
He tells the U.K.'s Daily Mirror, "If I had the choice of being on a desert island with Jordan or Gwyneth Paltrow, I would choose Jordan. With Jordan you get the truth. She's treated like a quasi-hooker, whereas Gwyneth is seen as the patron saint of good living. Which one has more integrity? I would much rather have Jordan any day."
That's not all he's pissed about either! He claims disinformation about his face has cost him acting jobs.
A picture of the actor looking noticeably fresh-faced and wrinkle-free was printed in April 2009, fueling rumors the 50-year-old had undergone a drastic cosmetic procedure.
A spokesperson moved swiftly to deny the gossip, but Everett claims the damage had already been done to his career.
He explains, "That's just pathetic. This is where perception overtakes truth. Those images went all the way round the world, and at one point I lost a job from a great Australian director because of him seeing the before-and-after images in a newspaper.
"You can protest as much as you like, but they just doctor the photos."
And while Everett admits he has used wrinkle-freezing Botox injections before, he would think twice before having a face lift.
He adds, "A man shouldn't really have a facelift, because their faces don't deal with it well. But it's not reality, it's a patronizing fantasy. I haven't had one."
Rupert Everett at the Princess Anne Theatre for the preview screening of his documentary for Channel 4, 'The Scandalous Adventures of Lord Byron'in London, England on July 21st, 2009.
Chopra reveals he has refused in the past to prescribe the star strong medication, and blamed "drug peddling Hollywood doctors" for feeding his need and causing his death.
In a passion-fueled interview with news network CNN, Chopra listed the drugs he knew Jackson was taking, including strong painkillers Demerol and Oxycontin, the latter dubbed 'Hillybilly Heroin'.
Chopra said, "Michael spent a week with me and at one point asked me for an prescription for a narcotic. It certainly dawned on me he was already taking these and had a number of doctors who were giving him these prescriptions, so I confronted him with that. At first he denied it, he was in a lot of pain, he said he had back pain and I knew he had muscular aches and skeletal pains from the stress he was going through. I said, 'Michael you don't need this...'
"There are a plethora of doctors in Hollywood - they are drug peddlers, they are drug pushers they just happen to have a medical license and I hope this episode today, this tragic death of a great human being will bring to light this problem.
"I will be bold enough to identify these people at a certain time but I think the police should do their own investigation."
When pushed on the drugs Jackson was taking by host Wolf Blitzer, Chopra replied, "At one time I knew about Oxycontin. I knew that he would get injections of Demerol and other narcotics. I was really desperate to try and help him but you can't help somebody who is going to deny it. In my belief, from what I know, he was (addicted)."
According to TMZ: Jackson's nickname for the Demerol injections - "health tonic".
Alice Cooper: "Michael Jackson was easily as influential as James Brown, and that's saying a lot. He was the Fred Astaire of his time. Nobody moved like Michael, he was truly the King of Pop." .
Alicia Keys: "There is no one in the world like MJ! Never has been! Never will be! We all know him in one way or another. In some way he has touched us, been the voice of one of our sweetest memories. And what a wonderful, genuine, compassionate, soft spoken giant so full of love. He gave us love, excitement, one of a kind moments in a mundane world. I can't believe he won't be with us here on earth anymore. But long from now, when we are all dust, he will still never be forgotten ... To the best that ever did it! You are loved, admired and respected forever."
Beyonce: "The incomparable Michael Jackson has made a bigger impact on music than any other artist in the history of music. He was magic. He was what we all strive to be. He will always be the King of Pop.
"For anyone who has ever seen, felt, or heard his art, we are all honoured to have been alive in this generation to experience the magic of Michael Jackson. I love you Michael."
Britney Spears: "I was so excited to see his show in London. We were going to be on tour in Europe at the same time and I was going to fly in to see him. He has been an inspiration throughout my entire life and I'm devastated he's gone!"
Celine Dion: "Michael Jackson's been an idol for me all my life. In my house when I was very, very young, and having his posters above my bedroom. He's been my idol all my life.
"It feels like when... when Kennedy died, when Elvis Presley died. It's a big loss. And I have to say that it's not even sinking in right now.
"I grew up with him. And through my (eight year old) son, I'm discovering his music again. He will never die. He will never, ever, ever die."
Cher: "(He was) one of the great singers. A genius, like Ray Charles; like Stevie Wonder. In later years, I didn't see him that much and when I did see him, his behaviour was very strange to me. And so I didn't relate to that person as well. I didn't really understand him."
Corey Feldman via TMZ: "I come to you today with great sadness, acknowledging the loss of the greatest entertainer in the history of mankind. For me he was more than that, he was my idol, he was a role model, he was someone to cry to when my childhood was unbearable, he was a brother, he was a dear friend.
"Unfortunately Michael and I had a falling out on September 10th 2001 and that broken friendship had never been repaired. I have stayed close with his family through the years.
"As a matter of fact my wife and I attended LaToya's birthday thrown by Janet three weeks ago... Michael was supposed to be there and we were supposed to try and talk things out. Michael didn't show because he was stuck in rehearsals for his upcoming tour.
"I am filled with tremendous sadness and remorse. All I choose to remember from this point is the good times we shared and what an inspiration he was to me and the rest of the world. Nobody will ever be able to do what Michael Jackson has done in this industry, and he was so close to doing it all again."
Eddie Van Halen: "I am really shocked; as I'm sure the world is, to hear the news. I had the pleasure of working with Michael on BEAT IT back in '83 - one of my fondest memories in my career. Michael will be missed and may he rest in peace."
Jermaine Dupri: "Let us all pray for the Jacksons at this hard time. Michael Jackson the LEGEND, his legacy will carry on! (He) will be deeply missed. KING OF POP."
Justin Timberlake: "I can't find the words right now to express how deeply sadden (sic) I am by Michael's passing. We have lost a genius and a true ambassador of not only pop music, but of all music.
"He has been an inspiration to multiple generations and I will always cherish the moments I shared with him on stage and all of the things I learned about music from him and the time we spent together. My heart goes out to his family and loved ones."
Liza Minnelli: "Kind, genuine, and wonderful man."
Madonna: "I can't stop crying over the sad news. I have always admired Michael Jackson. The world has lost one of the greats, but his music will live on forever! My heart goes out to his three children and other members of his family. God bless."
Mariah Carey: "No artist will ever take his place. His star will shine forever."
Neil Diamond: "One of the most brilliant musicians I've ever known. The world will be a sadder place tonight because he is gone."
Martin Scorsese: "Michael Jackson was extraordinary. When we worked together on BAD, I was in awe of his absolute mastery of movement on the one hand, and of the music on the other. Every step he took was absolutely precise and fluid at the same time. It was like watching quicksilver in motion. He was wonderful to work with, an absolute professional at all times, and - it really goes without saying - a true artist.”
Paul McCartney: "t's so sad and shocking. I feel privileged to have hung out and worked with Michael. He was a massively talented boy-man with a gentle soul. His music will be remembered forever and my memories of our time together will be happy ones. I send my deepest sympathy to his mother and the whole family and to his countless fans all around the world."
Sheryl Crow: "I am deeply saddened to hear of Michael's sudden passing. His was a rare talent that we witness once in a lifetime. One who makes such an indelible mark that for generations singers and dancers attribute him as inspiration. I had the great privilege of watching him every night doing what he did best... entertain. I am grateful to have known him for the two years that I worked for him and will mourn his loss with his many millions of fans across the world."
Smokey Robinson: "It's always hard to lose a friend."
Tina Turner: "I am shocked and saddened by Michael's passing. I, along with his millions of fans, looked forward to seeing him tour one more time. Now, may he rest in peace."