Kanye West revealed late Sunday night that Kim Kardashian is pregnant with his baby. Kim, who is believed to be just around 12 weeks pregnant, was still trying to hide it. On Saturday when she was at her brother-in-law Lamar Odom’s basketball game, she tweeted, “I started to feel a little ill (I caught the flu over the Christmas holidays!)” So Kanye and I left at half time and Bruce came to the front and sat with my mom. It’s a simple as that! Not everything is as dramatic as the media make it out to be.” Nice try, Kim!
Robin Roberts will not return to “Good Morning America” until mid-May. A friend said, “Doctors are pleased with her progress and say she's right on schedule, but that schedule puts her on the bench for five or six months - something she's not crazy about but realizes is necessary. “ It’s unclear how long it will take for Robin to return, but on the bright side, she just passed the 100-day milestone since her bone marrow transplant in her battle against the rare blood disorder Myelodysplastic Syndrome, meaning her immune system is strong enough for a reunion with her beloved pup, KJ.
Doctors transferred former President George H.W. Bush from intensive care back over to a regular room in the Houston hospital he's been confined to since around Thanksgiving. George was hospitalized for bronchitis and moved to the ICU last week because of what doctors called a "stubborn fever."
Lady Gaga will offer support to her fans at her upcoming tour dates by providing counseling services at venues. Lady Gaga tweeted, "At the BornBrave Bus you have access to professional private or group chats about mental health, depression, bullying, school & friends. There will also be food and games... BornBrave Bus is a place where mental health + depression are taken seriously (with) no judgment, free real help available to all.
"I feel like most kids don't look for help because they feel embarrassed so mom + I wanted to break the stigmas around “help” and make it fun."
Christian Slater’s film “Playback” earned just $264 making it the lowest grossing movie of 2012 in the US. The indie horror movie showed for one week in a single cinema, bringing in $252 on opening night, then $12 more during the following week, after which it was pulled. The strong Christmas Day performances of Les Misérables and Django Unchained helped put Hollywood on target to reach a new box office record with $10.8 billion in annual revenue. So we will just blame Christian’s film failure on bad timing because of the release of those other great films.