Khloe Kardashian would switch lives with Beyonce if she could.
Kardashian, the 29-year-old "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star, was recently spotted in London promoting her clothing line Kardashian Kollection for Lipsy where she spoke about the celebrity who she would trade places with. After her U.K. fans questioned her about the celebrity she would most-desire to be, Kardashian named the 32-year-old singer.
"I would be Beyoncé," she said, according to E! News. "Who would not wanna be Beyoncé?" more >>
Khloe Kardashian recently took to Twitter to speak about the importance of honesty.
"Tomorrow is never promised. You never know when you might be seeing someone for the last time," she tweeted Friday. "Set your pride aside and learn to be honest with those who deserve honesty as if tomorrow wasn't promised. I love you all. Stay in the NOW."
Kardashian's tweet comes after reports that she has decided to attend counseling with her husband. Khloe's husband, Lamar Odom, 34, has made headlines in recent months for allegedly stepping out on his marriage and battling with a drug addiction. more >>
Christian minister Cindy Jacobs, described as a "respected prophet" in her online biography, made a prediction in 2009 that the Philippines would either experience a period of "greatness" or "some troubled times." While Jacobs' 2009 video prediction has gone viral amid the island nation's current calamity from Typhoon Haiyan, a Taiwanese animation news company that went mainstream due to its 2009 Tiger Woods coverage has challenged the self-declared prophet's "vague" predictions.
The latest death toll for Philippine victims of Typhoon Haiyan was placed at 3,621 on Friday, while the number of injured was reported at 12,165, according to CNN, which also noted that another 1,140 people had been reported missing.
"Sickness, hunger and thirst have settled in here with the sticky, humid heat and stench of rancid flesh hanging over the apocalyptic scene," reported CNN on what Typhoon Haiyan had done in the hardest-hit city of Tacloban. more >>
In the brand new "Mary Mary" season three trailer released by We tv, popular Gospel-singing duo Erica Atkins-Campbell and Trecina "Tina" Atkins-Campbell get real with their manager, possibly suffer voice-loss, and confront a philandering husband.
The trailer for "Mary Mary" season three, which you can watch below, only runs one minute and thirty seconds long, but packs enough drama and suspense that television viewers are already talking.
"Wow 'Mary Mary' trailer looks AMAZING! Another 'Real' reality show forthcoming," wrote one fan of the We tv network. more >>
Steve Harvey, the host and comedian, welcomed televangelist Joel Osteen to his hit daytime self-titled talk show recently to question if God has a sense of humor.
Osteen, the 50-year-old Pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, said he believed God does indeed have a humorous sentiment.
"I do. I think he has a sense of humor," Osteen tells Harvey in a conversation that will air on the "Steve Harvey" show. "You know, just from a scriptures point of view it says God sits in the heavens and laughs." more >>
"Duck Dynasty" cast member, Willie Robertson, has endorsed an underdog in a Louisiana special congressional election on Saturday.
In a 15-second ad released on Wednesday, Willie Robertson cast his support for businessman Vance McAllister (R) who faces frontrunner and party supported Sen. Neil Riser (R) in a race to claim the vacancy, a seat that was formerly held by representative Rodney Alexander.
McAllister, who owns a pipeline construction company and owns several fast-food franchises, made the decision to jump into the race in a last minute decision. To qualify for the run-off, he beat out 12 other candidates and ultimately finished with 18 percent of the vote, compared with Riser's 32 percent. more >>