Here’s some juicy gossips news that I’ve picked from MFP portal!
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About 80 lesbian couples tied the knot in Taiwan’s biggest same-sex “wedding party” in a massive gesture that organisers said Sunday offered hope that the island will soon legalise gay marriage. Many of the couples donned white dresses and veils for the “Barbie and Barbie’s wedding”, which was held overnight in downtown Taipei, attracting about 1,000 visitors, including friends, relatives and curious onlookers.
Glamour, eternal youth, timeless beauty, innovation and professionalism are the qualities of the Elite Model Management brand and young females, who believe that they embody these qualities, are invited to participate. Select locations throughout the country will soon come alive with excitement as eager hopefuls are invited to strut their stuff before a selection panel.
Now not only are Angry Birds available on your mobile phone, they can also be found on your dining plate — in the form of the Angry Birds mooncake, unveiled in Hong Kong on Sunday.
If you’ve always wanted to have yourself cloned, you’re probably going to have to wait a few more years, but in the meantime you can get a creepy doll that looks just like you, from the Clone Factory, in Japan.
Not all findings were negative, however — one of the more interesting points from Rosen’s research was the development of “virtual empathy.”
Dame Vivienne Westwood believes the Duchess of Cambridge has “a problem” with eye make-up.
The photos are amazing and Anna Wintour and Vogue have given readers a wonderful cover, unlike many of the bland shots most magazines have given for their September issues.
Gaga might be showing her strength as a gruff guy, but she’s in some hot water with a new lawsuit. A vocalist called Rebecca Fancescatti is claiming Gaga’s hit song “Judas” is plagiarized form her 1999 tune “Juda.”
The curriculum includes courses on how to behave properly, how to put on make up, and how to communicate with rich men.
Rihanna apparently had a blast when she went back to visit her home country of Barbados a few days ago. The singer had come home just in time to join in on the festivities of Kadooment Day—their country’s local harvest festival parade.