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Tori Spelling: Farrah Fawcett contacted me

Tori Spelling has claimed Farrah Fawcett has sent her a message from beyond the grave.
The 40-year-old actress was seeing TV psychic John Edward in the hope of contacting her late father Aaron Spelling - who died in 2006 aged 83 - but was instead contacted by the late actress, who starred in the producer's show 'Charlie's Angels'.
Tori said: "Farrah Fawcett came through in my reading loud and clear. It was real."
Tori used to live near Farrah - who died of cancer aged 62 in 2009 -
and says her former neighbour wanted her to pass a message on to her former partner Ryan O'Neal and their son Redmond about "what she was doing and what was going on."
The reality TV star - who has children Liam, six, Stella, five, Hattie, two, and Finn, 17 months, with husband Dean McDermott - later wrote a letter to Ryan about her psychic encounter, but has not heard back from the 72-year-old actor.
She added to 'Access Hollywood': "She gave very specific details about things to tell them.
"I haven't heard from Ryan. I am hoping he understood what I was trying to say and doesn't think I'm some loony."

‘Scary’ parent Lisa Marie Presley

Lisa Marie Presley is a "scary" mother.
The 46-year-old singer is very protective of her kids, Riley, 24, and 21-year-old Benjamin - who she had with first husband Danny Keough - and five-year-old twins Harper and Finley, who she has with spouse Michael Lockwood.
Speaking on 'Oprah: Where Are They Now?' she said: "I'm very, very much a very strong and intense lioness mother. Very scary, intense lioness mother."
Lisa Marie admits she is so protective, her older children used to keep things from her.
She added: "If something happened to them or someone was bullying or doing something, they knew that I would be very proactive in dealing with it, so they wouldn't tell me a lot. So I'm very, very protective number one. Also, [I] want to be their friend and protect them, but also get them to learn how to live in the world that we're living in."
Lisa Marie also spoke of how she has taught her kids they will be "loved" because of their famous grandfather, late singing legend Elvis Presley.
She added: "They kind of know, because they heard music and stuff and they've gotten the idea. I just say he was a very special person who sang and he touched a lot of people in the world and, and people loved him and they're going to love you because of him. And they kind of understand that."

John Travolta didn’t think he’d ‘make it’ after son’s death

John Travolta "didn't want to wake up" following the death of his son.
The 'Saturday Night Fever' actor's 16-year-old son Jett passed away in January 2009 after suffering a seizure and the 59-year-old star - who also has 13-year-old daughter Ella and three-year-old son Benjamin with wife Kelly Preston - says the tragedy was "the worst thing that's ever happened in my life."
Speaking to Barry Norman at a Q&A session in London last night (16.02.14), he added: "The truth is, I didn't know if I was going to make it.
"Life was no longer interesting to me, so it took a lot to get me better."
The 'Pulp Fiction' star credited his controversial faith Scientology for helping him overcome the tragedy, saying the organisation have "saved his life" on more than one occasion.
He said: "I will forever be grateful to Scientology for supporting me for two years solid, I mean Monday through Sunday.
"They didn't take a day off, working through different angles of the techniques to get through grief and loss, and to make me feel that finally I could get through a day."
Also during the fan-attended live interview, John was presented with a cake in the shape of an airplane to mark his forthcoming 60th birthday and some audience members were invited onto the stage for a dance lesson.

Charlie Sheen will have pre-nup

Charlie Sheen will "absolutely" have a pre-nuptial agreement before he marries Brett Rossi.
The 'Anger Management' actor - who has an estimated fortune of $125 million - plans to be "generous" towards the porn star in the event their marriage doesn't work out, though he doesn't think the financial contract is necessary because he sees her as his "soulmate".
A source said: "Charlie will absolutely be getting a pre-nup, just in case.
"The pre-nup will be very generous for Brett, but Charlie has to protect his finances even though he doesn't think the agreement will be needed, because he believes Brett is his soul mate.
"It's likely Charlie will pay for Brett's legal fees as they work out the details of the pre-nup. For him, this is only a formality. He doesn't think Brett is after his money. This time, it's different."
Charlie's third wife, Brooke Mueller - the mother of his four-year-old twin sons Bob and Max - received a $500,000 payment when the couple wed in 2008 and £300,000 for each year they were married, as well as $100,000 in relocation feeds and $2.35 million for her share in the actor's Beverly Hills mansion.
And the former 'Two and a Half Men' star is expected to be even more "generous" in his agreement with Brett, 24 than he was with Brooke, who he split from after less than three years together.
The source told "Charlie will be a little more generous with Brett in regards to the pre-nup, than he was with Brooke."
Charlie was advised to draw up a pre-nup with second wife Denise Richards but refused, though she does get $55,000 in child support for their daughters Sam, nine, and Lola, eight.
The source explained: "There wasn't any need at that time because he just didn't have a lot of money. The Two and a Half Men money came after the marriage ended
Charlie married for the first time in 1995, to Donna Peele, but they split a year later.

Matt Damon sends fax of butt

Matt Damon sent Ben Affleck and Jimmy Kimmel a fax of his butt.
The 43-year-old actor hit back at Twitter jibes from his close pals, who have recently teased him over his reluctance to join the social networking site, by sending them a bare-buttock picture.
The friendly teasing began when Jimmy - who often mocks Matt on his late night talk show 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' - shared a link to a charity auction that Matt and Ben, 41, are involved in.
Ben thanked Jimmy on his Twitter page, but the 'Argo' star couldn't help but include some gentle ribbing of his best friend.
He wrote: "I thank you buddy. And @easterncongo & @water thank you. Matt on the other hand? Matt you there? Right. We will fax you."
While the 'Elysium' star isn't a Twitter user, he caught wind of the mocking and sent Ben and Jimmy the humorous fax.
Comedian Jimmy shared the fax - which Matt sent on a letterhead belonging to his and Ben's production company, Pearl Street Films with his Twitter users, writing: ".@BenAffleck - did you see what your 'friend' Matt faxed to us? NSFW (sic)"
The fax reads: "Dear Ben & Jimmy, here's my fax. Love MD."
The hunky star signed off the correspondence by putting his own spin on Twitter hashtags.
He wrote: "Faxtag: KimmelHasManBoobs (sic)"

Davina McCall for Celebrity Mum of the Year

Davina McCall and Emma Willis have been nominated for Disney's Celebrity Mum of the Year award.
The past and present 'Big Brother' presenters have both been selected as nominees for the 13th annual award - which will be voted on by the public on the Disney for Mums UK Facebook page - with the winner being announced next month.
Disney UK's Anna Hill said: "Being a mum is always a juggling act and we want to recognise the celebrities that the public think are making a great job of it."
The Saturdays singers Frankie Sandford, Una Foden and Rochelle Humes will also be competing against each other for the prize, with 'Strictly Come Dancing' winner Abbey Clancy, 'Britain's Got Talent' judge Amanda Holden, Denise Van Outen, Michelle Heaton and 'Young Blood' singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor completing the list of nominations.
The famous mothers have a total of 15 children between them but Disney also wants to make normal mums feel a bit more special in the run up to Mothers Day in the UK, March 30.
Anna added: "As well as crowning the Disney Celebrity Mum of the Year, we'll also be celebrating great mums from across the UK in the run up to Mother's Day. All mums need a bit of recognition every now and then, whether they're in the spotlight or not!"
Last year's winner, Spice Girl Emma Bunton, spoke about how important the award was to her, saying: "This award is extra special as it's voted for by you the British public, and of course is about the most important thing - being a mummy!"

Simon Cowell takes son home

Simon Cowell has taken his son home from hospital.
The 54-year-old music mogul was seen carrying baby Eric - who was born on Friday (14.02.14) - in a car seat out of New York's Lenox Hill Hospital yesterday (16.02.14), and he, his son and girlfriend Lauren Silverman got into a waiting vehicle, which was believed to have taken them to a nearby hotel.
And the youngster has already settled in at home with his parents' beloved puppies Squiddly and Diddly.
Simon tweeted last night: "The last three days have been incredible. Eric Lauren sqiddly and diddly all happy.(sic)"
Though Eric is just a few days old, insiders say Simon is already a great dad.
One source told The Sun newspaper: "Eric is a lovely baby. He's very calm, sweet and very handsome.
"Simon's loving every minute and won't put little Eric down. He's taken to it like a natural and can't stop smiling."
The 'X Factor' boss has already shared a number of pictures of Eric on his twitter page.
Alongside a picture of himself cradling the little boy into his chest, he wrote: "I never knew how much love and pride I would feel."
And a photograph of himself, Lauren and the baby was captioned:"Mum, Dad and Eric. Now two days old."
Alongside a third picture, just of the baby, he wrote: "Now you can see how very handsome little Eric is."
Simon is expected to return to the UK later this week for the 'Britain's Got Talent' auditions.

Kim Kardashian ‘surprised’ by proposal

Kim Kardashian says Kanye West's marriage proposal was the "surprise of a lifetime".
The 'Stronger' hitmaker asked the brunette beauty to be his wife in front of all her loved ones at AT&T Park in San Francisco on her 33rd birthday last October and Kim - who has eight-month-old daughter North with the rapper - later admitted she had no idea what was going to happen.
Speaking on 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians', which aired the proposal in the US last night (16.02.14), she said: "I'm, like, shaking. It is so crazy to me that this is all happening. Kanye really outdid himself. It feels like I'm in a dream. It's just the most amazing experience. I am the biggest investigator, so the fact that I didn't see one sign of this happening is the surprise of a lifetime."
Kim wasn't the only one impressed by Kanye's proposal, which saw an orchestra play Lana Del Ray's 'Young & Beautiful' as fireworks went off and the words 'Pleease marry meee!' appeared on a screen as the rapper got down on one knee.
Her sister Khloe said: "I really am in a movie right now. This is so spectacular. It's so stunning and's truly a magical moment."
While Kanye initially wanted a smaller diamond for his fiancee's ring, she was overjoyed with the 15-carat stone.
She said: "It really is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen. I just can't believe I'm engaged."
Only Kim's mother Kris Jenner knew exactly what Kanye was planning and she was full of praise for her future son-in-law.
She said: "I know first hand the real Kanye. He is a sweetheart with a huge heart for everyone that he loves. He's so many things that I don't think a lot of people get the chance to see."

Rihanna offered settlement in accountants case

Rihanna has been offered a settlement of over $10 million in her legal battle against her former accountants.
The 'Diamonds' hitmaker had taken action against Peter Gounis and his firm Berdon LLP, claiming their poor financial advice had led to her losing a reported $9 million in 2009, and though she was initially suing for $35 million, the New York Post newspaper claims the firm have offered a settlement and the paperwork to end the case will be signed later this week.
In her claim, Rihanna - whose real name is Robyn Fenty - said the firm advised her to buy a $7 million house, even though they knew she was "bleeding cash".
Her lawyer Edward Estrada wrote in legal documents: "The defendants advised Ms. Fenty by e-mail that purchasing a home in Los Angeles 'would be a good investment' despite knowing Ms. Fenty was experiencing financial difficulties."
The accountant was said to be aware the house was rotting from water and mould damage and needed over $1 million spending on improvements and repair work. The property was later sold at a $2 million loss.
In the lawsuit, Rihanna also claimed her 2009 'Last Girl on Earth' tour was losing money but she was never warned of this by the accountants.
Berdon previously claimed Rihanna's own "financial action or inaction" or those of people working for her caused her to lose money, not their decision-making.
They also dismissed the 'Only Girl in the World' star's previous objection she paid an "above-average" commission of 22 per cent as something she had signed off on herself.
The 25-year-old star is now worth an estimated $43 million.

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