I am Jamie Lavine
Yeah! and I am Jerry KukoMelonCamp.
Why do people say, "Go to my doctor, he is the best". How many best doctors can be there in the world? Somebody must be graduating from the bottom of the class. And they say, mention me. What would a doctor say, "Oh you know Bob. Wow, you know Bob! I will give you the real medicine".
The Kim Kardashian wedding is getting exciting as she and her fiance Kris Humphries who engaged last May are already preparing for their much anticipated wedding this August. It was reported that the engagement ring that was given by Kris to Kim Kardashian was a 20.5 carat diamond ring. Moreover, there were hearsay’s that Kim wanted to get the wedding done immediately though the exact date according to reports would be this 20th of August.
Obviously, Kim K's engagement rock is the most recent addition. New Jersey Nets big man Kris Humphries gave it to her back in May, and its every detail has since become legendary. These details come primarily courtesy of the folks at TMZ, who have revealed that the ring is 20.5 karats, laced with secret bible passages, and worth about $2 million.
In short, it's exactly the kind of ring that could only be worn by the world's most famous socialite. We know that now, and the ring itself is going to be able to reveal as much many, many years in the future.
You've seen the wedding invitation. You've checked out the misleading tabloid covers. All that remains is for Kim Kardashian to actually marry Kris Humphries, right?
Wrong. First, we must judge the rock on her finger....
As Japan struggles to recover from this month's devastating earthquake and tsunami, the tragic natural disaster is casting another Hollywood production into jeopardy. Last week we reported that Guillermo Del Toro's monster movie 'Pacific Rim' could be facing rewrites to eliminate scenes of Japan being devastated by giant monsters. Now comes today's news that the aftereffects of the 9.0 magnitude quake could delay James Cameron's 'Avatar 2.'
James Cameron is planning to shoot some footage seven miles underwater in the Challenger Deep, the deepest point of the Mariana Trench and also the deepest location on earth. The pressure at such a depth would be over 8 tons per square inch - far beyond the capabilities of even the most advanced Russian military subs, which can handle only 1,600 pounds per square inch.
Look out London, Michael Phelps is coming to the 2012 Games and he’s thinking about adding events to his repertoire.
“I am looking forward to trying some new events, some events I’ve never really had the opportunity to swim since my schedule is always so crowded,” Phelps said Sunday while taking part in the British capital’s handover celebrations.