The death of Bobbi Kristina’s mother Whitney Houston understandably sent her into a tailspin, but no one’s quite comfortable with where she landed: Into the arms of her “adopted” brother, Nick Gordon.
He was taken in by Whitney and Bobby Brown in 2008, but now charges of “gold-digger” have been lobbed at the 22-year-old lothario. Read More
The Insane Clown Posse’s “Carnival of Carnage” continues its bewitchingly lame procession, this time by filing a lawsuit against the FBI.
The National Gang Threat Assessment task force apparently dubbed ICP fans (known as Juggalos) a “loosely organized hybrid gang,” likening it to the Aryan Brotherhood or the Norteños. Read More
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How far “Harry Potter” has come, from a strictly for kids screen debut in “The Sorcerer’s Stone” (2001) — which captured none of the subtlety or rich characterizations of J.K. Rowling’s addictive prose — to David Yates’ “The Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” a graceful swan song that witnesses the final ascent to manhood of the Boy Who Lived. Read More
The end is near for “Harry Potter” fans. Die-hard devotees dressed in full Potter regalia will be queuing up in lines for today’s sold-out midnight showings of the series’ final film. But after the movie, be prepared to wait in another line — the one that will get you home. Read More
Pippa Middleton has reportedly reunited with her beau after the swirl of post-royal-wedding publicity precipitated their split. The socialite known as “Her Royal Hotness” (despite technically having no title) is back together with Alex Loudon, whom she started seeing in December, Life&Style magazine reported.
Prior to their breakup, Alex “was finding all the attention incredibly hard,” a source said. “He wasn’t sure he could cope with it all.” Read More
Rather than draw out their goodbyes in a single sitting, as Peter Jackson’s Hobbits did in his too-long “Lord of the Rings” finale, Team Harry’s swan song will unfold in two parts, a decision dismissed in some quarters as purely a marketing strategy. Read More
J.K. Rowling, the world's richest author, was added as a defendant in a lawsuit against her publishers alleging that she copied part of a children's book in writing "Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire." Read More