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Kevin Simm replaces Marti Pellow in Wet Wet Wet

Kevin Simm replaces Marti Pellow in Wet Wet Wet.....»»

Category: topSource: contactmusicSep 25th, 2018

Kevin Simm replaces Marti Pellow in Wet Wet Wet

Kevin Simm replaces Marti Pellow in Wet Wet Wet.....»»

Category: topSource: contactmusicSep 25th, 2018

Marti Pellow quits Wet Wet Wet

Marti Pellow quits Wet Wet Wet.....»»

Category: topSource: contactmusicJul 28th, 2017

Wet Wet Wet introduce Kevin Simm at The 229 Venue

Wet Wet Wet introduce Kevin Simm at The 229 Venue.....»»

Category: topSource: contactmusicNov 21st, 2018

Pro Bowl 2018 Roster - See Who"s Playing in the Game!

The NFL season is almost over and one of the last games of the year – the 2018 Pro Bowl – is set to air later today. If you don’t know, the Pro Bowl is a fan voted roster of players who gather together to play one last game ahead of the 2018 Super Bowl. [...] The NFL season is almost over and one of the last games of the year – the 2018 Pro Bowl – is set to air later today. If you don’t know, the Pro Bowl is a fan voted roster of players who gather together to play one last game ahead of the 2018 Super Bowl. This year’s Pro Bowl is taking place in Orlando, Florida. Tune into ESPN at 3pm ET today (January 28) to catch the game live. If you don’t know, players on the winning team get $64,000 each, while players on the losing team get $32,000 each. It’s sure to be an exciting game! Click inside for the full rosters for the AFC and NFC teams in the Pro Bowl this year… AFC Pro Bowl Roster Offense Wide receiver: Antonio Brown*, Steelers; Keenan Allen, Chargers; Jarvis Landry, Dolphins; T.Y. Hilton, Colts Tackle: Alejandro Villanueva*, Steelers; Taylor Lewan*, Titans; Russell Okung, Chargers (replaces Penn) Guard: Kelechi Osemele*, Raiders; David DeCastro*, Steelers; Richie Incognito, Bills Center: Maurkice Pouncey*, Steelers; Rodney Hudson, Raiders Tight end: Rob Gronkowski, Patriots; Delanie Walker, Titans TE (replaces Kelce) Quarterback: Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers; Derek Carr, Raiders (replaces Brady); Alex Smith, Chiefs (replaces Rivers) Running back: Le’Veon Bell*, Steelers; Kareem Hunt, Chiefs; LeSean McCoy, Bills Fullback: Roosevelt Nix, Steelers (replaces Develin) Defense Defense end: Joey Bosa*, Chargers; Khalil Mack, Raiders; Cameron Heyward, Steelers (replaces Mack); Yannick Ngakoue, Jaguars (replaces Campbell) Interior linemen: Geno Atkins*, Bengals; Jurrell Casey*, Titans; Malik Jackson, Jaguars Outside linebacker: Von Miller*, Broncos; Terrell Suggs, Ravens; Telvin Smith, Jaguars Inside/middle linebacker: C.J. Mosley*, Ravens; Joe Schobert, Browns Cornerback: A.J. Bouye*, Jaguars; Jalen Ramsey*, Jaguars; Aqib Talib, Broncos; Casey Hayward, Chargers Free safety: Eric Weddle*, Ravens Strong safety: Reshad Jones*, Dolphins; Micah Hyde, Bills Special Teams Punter: Brett Kern*, Titans Kicker: Chris Boswell*, Steelers Return specialist: Tyreek Hill*, Chiefs Special teamer: Matthew Slater*, Patriots NFC Pro Bowl Roster Offense Wide receiver: Adam Thielen*, Vikings; Michael Thomas, Saints; Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals; Davante Adams, Packers Tackle: Andrew Whitworth, Rams; Joe Staley, Niners ; Duane Brown, Seahawks Guard: T.J. Lang, Lions ; Trai Turner, Panthers; Larry Warford, Saints Center: Alex Mack*, Falcons; Travis Frederick, Cowboys Tight end: Jason Witten, Cowboys; Kyle Rudolph, Vikings Quarterback: Russell Wilson, Seahawks; Drew Brees, Saints; Jared Goff, Rams Running back: Todd Gurley*, Rams; Alvin Kamara, Saints; Mark Ingram, Saints Fullback: Kyle Juszczyk*, 49ers Defense Defensive end: Demarcus Lawrence*, Cowboys; Cameron Jordan, Saints; Michael Bennett, Seahawks Interior linemen: Gerald McCoy, Buccaneers; Mike Daniels, Packers; Linval Joseph, Vikings Outside linebacker: Chandler Jones*, Cardinals; Ryan Kerrigan*, Redskins; Thomas Davis, Panthers Inside/middle linebacker: Deion Jones; Falcons; Kwon Alexander, Buccaneers Cornerback: Xavier Rhodes*, Vikings; Patrick Peterson*, Cardinals; Marshon Lattimore, Saints: Darius Slay, Lions Free safety: Earl Thomas*, Seahawks Strong safety: Keanu Neal, Falcons; Harrison Smith, Vikings Special teams Punter: Johnny Hekker*, Rams Kicker: Graham Gano, Panthers (replaces Zuerlein) Return specialist: Pharoh Cooper*, Rams Special teamer: Budda Baker*, Cardinals * Indicates starter.....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredJan 28th, 2018

Did Kevin Hart Really Cheat On His Pregnant Wife?? Twitter Weighs In On The Shocking Video!

Ooh, this does not look good for Kevin Hart! In case you hadn't heard, the Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle star was filmed in a car with an unknown woman outside his hotel at 5 a.m. on the now infamous date of July 3. What exactly they were up to is unclear, though it does look like [...] Ooh, this does not look good for Kevin Hart! In case you hadn't heard, the Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle star was filmed in a car with an unknown woman outside his hotel at 5 a.m. on the now infamous date of July 3. What exactly they were up to is unclear, though it does look like they get a little too close at times in the twenty minute vid. Related: Jennifer Lopez Reportedly Hired A Private Investigator To Tail Alex Rodriguez Was he seriously cheating on Eniko Parrish?? Well, it wouldn't be unheard of; the comic did cheat on his first wife Torrei with Eniko in the first place, something Twitter users were quick to point out. See some of the most savage tweets (below): If I was Eniko I would start putting all of Kevin Hart's favorite things on the top shelf pic.twitter.com/BIFLzPbGAT — Ben (@benfenty) July 19, 2017 kevin hart miniature self got the nerve to be cheating. what has the world come to. hope his wife punts his lil ass across a football field — SadeVEVO (@fillegrossiere) July 19, 2017 kevin hart cheated on his wife that he cheated on his ex wife with... you lose em how you get em sis! pic.twitter.com/Q9zwhwr6wI — 525🌞 (@kaylarashaun) July 19, 2017 Kevin Hart cheated on his first wife with the women he eventually married and she shocked that he cheated on her too? pic.twitter.com/Cxyyukz4vi — Abdi (@AbdiTV) July 19, 2017 Wayment........Kevin Hart cheated on his first wife with Eniko, and now he's cheating on Eniko with someone else? pic.twitter.com/dXkot9lVuz — E-Money 🤑 (@imanimlewis) July 19, 2017 Kevin hart is cheating on his current wife that he cheated with on his ex wife ... pic.twitter.com/GItLxSvoHb — 💄 (@Skerrrt_) July 19, 2017 Shoutout to Kevin Hart for reminding these hoes about this basic fact: If 👏 he 👏 cheats 👏 with 👏 you 👏 he 👏 will 👏 cheat 👏 on 👏 you — akili (@broxbeeble) July 19, 2017 Kevin Hart is another example of "If you marry a man who cheats on his wife, you'll be married to a man who cheats on his wife." — ARI-Miller (@amzilla22) July 19, 2017 Eniko: You cheated on Torrei with me, but you ain't gon cheat on me right? Kevin Hart: pic.twitter.com/lr2pfRfKeO — Jazz Rivers (@JazzRivers90) July 19, 2017 kevin hart's ex wife rn pic.twitter.com/KTmV3dWW4r — honey g🍯 (@grace_empire16) July 19, 2017 His first wife be like..."Kevin Hart" pic.twitter.com/PXNk67GX5U — Ashley (@LawNerd225) July 19, 2017 Others couldn't separate the story from the other celebs currently trending -- R. Kelly, Usher, and O.J. Simpson -- who are not making men look good at the moment... R Kelly trending Usher trending Kevin Hart trending *finds out why* pic.twitter.com/gLcOpkSLdS — Hennessy Papi 🤴🏾™ (@dat501guy) July 19, 2017 Me: I need to mind my business *R Kelly, Usher, Kevin Hart, and O.J Simpson trending on twitter* Also Me: pic.twitter.com/fNHLuuLNIk — oh well (@FauxLionn) July 19, 2017 Kevin Hart, R. Kelly, and Usher walk into a bar..... Every female: pic.twitter.com/1KVcPRTjE5 — Bryce Cysm le 3🍚 (@_DjDskretion) July 19, 2017 I leave Twitter for 10 mins & when I come back, Usher's got herpes, Kevin Hart is cheating, R. Kelly's got a bunker full of bitches. #damn 😩 — jacklynnichole (@JNicholee) July 19, 2017 Everybody coming back on twitter after getting off work just to see that Usher has herpes, r.kelly's slave's video and kevin hart cheating pic.twitter.com/cztNJj6Zvy — Master of None (@BornALegacy) July 19, 2017 Mike Vick, R. Kelly, Kevin Hart, O.J. Simpson and Usher are all trending today??? Wendy Williams is going to have a field day tomorrow pic.twitter.com/HgOTFdbJHM — Trevor Norris (@trevor_norris0) July 19, 2017 R. Kelly hold ppl hostage. Usher dick on fire. Kevin Hart been married for 2 mins & already cheating. Jesus take the wheel & crash this car. — Lo (@lonthecelebrity) July 19, 2017 On behalf of the dark-skinned community, I would like to say R. Kelly, Usher and Kevin Hart do not represent all of us. — Kazeem Famuyide (@RealLifeKaz) July 19, 2017 [Image via Michael Boardman/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJul 19th, 2017

Podcasts You Should Know: Taking Risks with Kevin Allison

Kevin Allison made many of us laugh during his time on MTV’s cult comedy series, The State. These days, he’s still making us laugh, and cry, and think. Kevin is […] More The post Podcasts You Should Know: Taking Risks with Kevin Allison appeared first on Socialite Life. Kevin Allison made many of us laugh during his time on MTV’s cult comedy series, The State. These days, he’s still making us laugh, and cry, and think. Kevin is the host of the amazing storytelling podcast RISK! On the show, which arose from a series of successful live shows in New York and Los Angeles, people from all walks of life tell true stories “they never thought they’d dare to share.” I had the chance to chat with Kevin about the show’s origins and how he is able to provide listeners with emotional, hilarious and often relatable stories. Socialite Life: How did you end up going from sketch comedy to storytelling? Kevin Allison: I was in a sketch comedy group called The State and we had a show on MTV from 1993 to 1995 – and then, in 1996, the group broke up and I was devastated by that breakup. I remember the day we were fired. We quit MTV and tried to go to CBS, and Les Moonves fired us immediately. He had just been hired to take over CBS. He was like, “I don’t have time to think about a bunch of kids making sketch comedy. Just fire them right away even though we just hired them.” And I remember I went back to my apartment that night and laid down on my floor and my body was shaking, because I was so distraught. And the reason I was so distraught was because I had attained a level of success with that group of people. I was on television, there were all sorts of prospects of how to go up, up, up in the whole Hollywood and TV world and all of a sudden, it was all gone because the group was all of a sudden maybe no longer going to exist. And I really didn’t have the confidence that I could create a career on my own as a solo performer. I was just so insecure about the fact that I’m so unusual. I was so insecure about the fact that I’m SO gay and so kinky and do Midwestern and so, I don’t know, intellectual and sincere – and all sorts of things that I never felt like added up to something that would be really appealing to a Hollywood casting director. I just always thought of myself as being too odd. So, 12 years after The State broke up, I was trying everything I could think of to forge a solo career. I was doing one-man shows and I was auditioning for commercials and indie movies. I was pitching television shows to Comedy Central, but I was terrified. I was filled with stage fright and I just wasn’t comfortable in my own skin yet. I was very reliant on playing old crazy, kooky characters, like I had been with the sketch comedy group. I did that for 12 years, and was getting nowhere. I was a starving artist. I mean, in order to live, most of what I was doing was cater waitering – and getting recognized left and right by people because I was still on TV in reruns. SL: Where did the idea for RISK! come from? Kevin Allison: It was in 2009 that I did a solo show of crazy, kooky characters, called F-Up, about five characters who f-ed up their careers. For example, there was one character who was a Jewish vaudevillian and actor from the 20s who used to be in a comedy group, but his partners went off to LA to become multimillionaires and left him behind. So, clearly, there was some autobiography in that. I did this solo show at San Francisco Sketchfest in 2009 and (fellow State alum) Michael Ian Black came to see it. And afterwards, I asked him, “What did you think?”, because I thought the show was a failure that night. And he said, “I think the audience just wanted you to drop the act and stop playing these characters, stop hiding behind a mask and start getting upon stage and just be you. Tell your own stories. Your life is amazingly interesting.” And I said, “Oh, I’m so terrified to hear that because I’m just afraid I’m too gay and too kinky and too Midwestern” and all these things. I said, “It feels too risky.” And he said, “THAT is the word to latch onto. Like, if what you’re doing feels risky, then it probably means you’re opening up to the audience and they’ll open up to you.” So, I went back to New York after that experience and on the flight home, I thought, “I’m going to tell the riskiest story I can imagine telling in front of an audience as soon as I’m back in New York.” And the riskiest story I could think of at the time was about the first time I prostituted myself, when I was 23-years-old. I went up on stage at the UCB Theater in Chelsea and I told this story and I was stunned – because there was such a difference in the feeling between myself and the audience. I was looking right into their eyes, which I was very un-used to doing when being on stage. When you’re playing a character, you’re kind of reciting memorized stuff. But now I felt like I was having a conversation with them – and there was just this energy coming back at me where every time I thought, “Oh, that sounded too gay or too Midwestern, or whatever it might be, I realized, “Oh, no, they continue to lean forward and this is really resonating with them.” So, I left the theater that night and I walked away, down 8th Avenue and the whole idea of RISK! occurred to me at that moment, during that walk. I thought, “I’m going to create a show. It has to be a live show because I had to force my frightened little ass to get up on stage on a regular basis. I’ve been avoiding that my whole life, I’ve got to start doing that regularly in order to get comfortable in front of an audience. And, it should be a podcast – which I was just learning about at the time – because small room comedy isn’t going to get you anywhere; you need a larger audience.” .IRPP_minimalist { padding:0px; margin: 0; padding-top:1em!important; padding-bottom:1em!important; width:100%; display: block; font-weight:bold; background-color:#FFFFFF; border:0!important; border-left:4px solid #141414!important; box-shadow: 0 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.17); -moz-box-shadow: 0 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.17); -o-box-shadow: 0 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.17); -webkit-box-shadow: 0 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.17); text-decoration:none; } .IRPP_minimalist:active, .IRPP_minimalist:hover { opacity: 1; transition: opacity 250ms; webkit-transition: opacity 250ms; text-decoration:none; } .IRPP_minimalist { transition: background-color 250ms; webkit-transition: background-color 250ms; opacity: 1; transition: opacity 250ms; webkit-transition: opacity 250ms; } .IRPP_minimalist .ctaText { font-weight:bold; color:#000000; text-decoration:none; font-size: 16px; } .IRPP_minimalist .postTitle { color:#000000; text-decoration: underline!important; font-size: 16px; } .IRPP_minimalist:hover .postTitle { text-decoration: underline!important; } RELATED:  An Early Halloween Treat – Socialite Life Chats With Elvira! SL: How did you decide the format of the podcast? Kevin Allison: I thought it should be live stories, stories told on stage and radio-style stories, because I’ve always loved putting together an audio story sort of thing. I used to play with a Radio Shack tape recorder when I was a kid all of the time. So, it all came together for me and I realized that the deal with the show is everyone is coming out of the closet about something. Everyone is stepping outside of their comfort zone and speaking to the audience in a way they never really thought they’d be totally comfortable talking in mixed company about – about the things that have happened in their life that have made them feel the most emotional – or just the most revealing – the kinds of things they would normally talk about with their therapist. And, amazingly, that idea immediately resonated with everyone I asked to do the show. People were like, “That’s a great idea.” Because it can be like The Moth or This American Life but it can also go places where those shows can’t go because they’re on NPR. I remember I started listening to those shows at that same time and I was so struck by Ira Glass saying before one of the stories on the show, “I have to warn the audience. This next story acknowledges the existence of sex.” And I was like, “Oh, there is definitely room for a storytelling show that is not afraid to go way deep into that sort of stuff without making apologies.” SL: The interstitial music on RISK! is amazing. How are you able to find songs that connect so well with the stories? Kevin Allison: You know, it’s so funny, because with the podcast, I have found that it has perfectly blended so many of these tiny little ways of being creative that go all the way back to when I was a kid. When I was a kid, my first obsession was with records. I loved listening to records. My parents, my brothers, my sisters – everyone in my family had big record collections. And, also, I was never much into listening to an album. I was always focusing on specific single tracks. I used to make mixtapes when I was a kid – like a maniac – and I always had very eclectic tastes too. And there really is something incredibly…I don’t know…it really does scratch a creative itch to make a good mixtape, where one song leads into the next in a really dynamic way and you feel like you’re getting a really wonderful mix of different colors and tones. So, yes, I have always been obsessed with finding new music, especially new singles or just specific songs and when I started creating RISK!… those first two seasons are especially weird. Because back then we were in the “wild, wild west” of the internet and we didn’t know what we had the rights to use or not so we were using either stuff that was on free music archives online or we were using stuff where we wrote to the band and got their permission or we were using stuff where the band just literally made the song for the show. So, those first two years of the show are really weird with the mix of what you’re hearing. But, eventually, we were able to afford to buy licenses. Now, we can play literally almost any song that’s out there because we have like three different music licenses to play whatever. So, the internet has figured out how to handle all of that with podcasts and now there’s a lot of freedom but I can’t believe how much searching it still takes. I still constantly as people if they can recommend new bands for me to listen to. I’ll just flat-out ask the fans on our Facebook page, send me some songs I should check out. I’ll use stuff like Spotify or Pandora, like little algorithms to help me discover new stuff, like “this song might sound a little bit like that song.” I’m constantly searching for music, and it’s not very time effective. I think an unusual amount of time goes into deciding the songs that end up on the show but I’m very proud of it and I think our Best of RISK! Music episodes – every five or so months, we’ll do an episode that’s just the best songs we’ve had on the show in the past few months. I think that those are spectacular. I think those are so wonderful to listen to at parties and stuff like that. SL: Is there a story that was told on the podcast that still resonates with you to this day? Kevin Allison: Well, I have always been spectacularly fascinated with a story Mollena Williams shared on the show I don’t know how many years ago. The story is called “Slave”. It’s a radio-style story and what was fascinating about it was I knew the broad strokes of what happened in this incident she lived through, but I didn’t really know the whole story. And she came over to my apartment and she just kind of improvised it, just very conversational, just chatting with me. But it really comes off like it’s extremely well thought out and almost like a written short story or something like that – which is very rare, I mean, usually on our end we have to edit and edit and edit to make a person sound a lot more eloquent than they actually were when we first recorded them. But I think what was so fascinating about the story was…like, I’m a kinky person, so I’m always fascinated with people exploring things sexually or erotically that are unusual or maybe even a little taboo or a little dangerous. [Mollena] is a black woman and she was raised in the projects in Harlem and she grew up as a feminist, like very, very conscious and woke about race and power dynamics and all of that, but she had this kink, like ever since she was a little girl, of wanting to play a submissive, sort of slave-like role with someone. So, as she got into the kink community, in her 20s or so in San Francisco, she started to wonder if she could play what they now call “race play”, where you take racial tension and you make that the central focus of the behavioral roleplay between a dominant and a submissive person in an erotic situation. With Reservation / Mindy Tucker So, she started experimenting with that and, at first, she had a really fun time with it, you know, she had people who were very tongue-in-cheek and she had a lot of trust with them and all of that. But then she tried it with a guy who was very, very intense and she didn’t know him quite as well, and they didn’t negotiate it quite well enough. There was some confusion about the negotiation of how they were going to play and she found herself in this roleplay scene with him that was almost like 12 Years a Slave, where she’s like the escaped slave girl sort of thing and he’s the redneck cracker with a bull whip and the whole nine yards and something happened to her psychologically while she was playing where she lost grasp of reality. She started to be unable to remember that she had a safe word and this was just a game, and it started to become a truly traumatic situation for her. The reason I find that story so fascinating is because I think it really is risky of Mollena to be sharing that. People have a wide range of reactions to it but what I love about it is that she’s able to acknowledge and honor her mixed feelings. At the end of the story, she says, “If you’re thinking of doing something like this, any sort of taboo play in the kink realm, you really have to think through it first, like what you can handle, because you might just uncover something psychologically that might be a lot bigger, an emotion that you had planned on dealing with, and it can be pretty dangerous.” It did traumatize her for a while. But she ends it by saying it can also be very, very hot and that’s what I love about stories is that stories don’t have to be black or white, or this way or that way, they can honor those mixed emotions and to hear someone really unpack all of that in depth is really quite impressive. I love that about what we do with the show. SL: Do you think everyone has a RISK!-worthy story inside of them? Kevin Allison: I think everyone has lots of stories in them. What I always tell people is what we’re interested in is those moments from your life when you were most either emotionally wound up or fascinated or you really felt like you were learning something about yourself, like we have these peak experiences, often times it will be your first time doing something, like the night you lost your virginity, and then other times it will be like terrible or wonderful surprises, like a car accident you were in, or you tried mushrooms for the first time and it was like a magical experience. We have these peak experiences in our life and it’s very much worth sitting down and going back and trying to recreate it, because once you start walking through some of those memories and trying to make sense of it all, you’ll have more memories that start creeping in. And you might think, “Oh, I don’t remember all that much about that” or “Oh, it wasn’t that big of a deal, the whole thing took place in only about ten minutes.” But once you start trying to remember and really re-experience it as you’re talking about it, other memories start filtering in and you really begin to have more of a grasp on the entire experience. That’s why people do therapy, by the way. It’s trying to walk through some of these experiences and revisit them and kind of like make something new out of them. So that’s what storytelling is – you’re sharing with someone about a moment that was particularly resonant for you and your hope is that, in sharing that, it will resonate somehow with the listener as well. SL: How long does it take to get someone ready to tell their story on stage or on the podcast? Kevin Alison: Well, New York and Los Angeles are our shows where we’re working a lot with people who are pretty experienced with getting up on stage. So, with those people, it’s like pulling teeth just getting them to agree to work with you because they’re all so full of themselves that they’re like, “No, I don’t have to work with you before the show.” But, when we go, for example, we’re about to go to Cincinnati and Cleveland next month, and what we’ll do is say on the podcast, “Hey, Cincinnati, we’re coming to town, so pitch us your stories.” So, about 20 people from Cincinnati pitch us their stories. They send in like 300-word long descriptions of what they have in mind and then the ones that sound really interesting to us, we’ll say, “Can you make a 15-minute recording of you attempting to tell that story for the first time?” Just a first draft. Then, after we listen to those, then we actually cast the show, and we’ll usually have them go through two more drafts before the show. SL: That’s quite a lot of work. Kevin Allison: It is rather an involved process, and part of the reason it’s so involved is because we want to make sure that everyone getting up on stage is happy with what they’re doing. We want to make sure people have really processed all their emotions and are really ready to do this and we also want to make sure that we’ve done enough poking and prodding at these people to make sure that they really are uncovering all, lifting up all of the rocks to see all the stuff in their stories they might not have thought of in a long time. I have to laugh, because so often when I’m working with someone on a story, I do sound like a therapist because I’ll ask questions like, “Yeah, but what do you think your mother was really thinking at that moment?” or “Oh, is there anything you wanted to say at that moment but you held your tongue?” You know, I ask those kinds of things which kind of get people thinking, “Oh my gosh, yeah, there was something I wanted to say that I didn’t say” and then, all of a sudden, there’s a lot more to unpack there. .IRPP_minimalist { padding:0px; margin: 0; padding-top:1em!important; padding-bottom:1em!important; width:100%; display: block; font-weight:bold; background-color:#FFFFFF; border:0!important; border-left:4px solid #141414!important; box-shadow: 0 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.17); -moz-box-shadow: 0 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.17); -o-box-shadow: 0 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.17); -webkit-box-shadow: 0 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.17); text-decoration:none; } .IRPP_minimalist:active, .IRPP_minimalist:hover { opacity: 1; transition: opacity 250ms; webkit-transition: opacity 250ms; text-decoration:none; } .IRPP_minimalist { transition: background-color 250ms; webkit-transition: background-color 250ms; opacity: 1; transition: opacity 250ms; webkit-transition: opacity 250ms; } .IRPP_minimalist .ctaText { font-weight:bold; color:#000000; text-decoration:none; font-size: 16px; } .IRPP_minimalist .postTitle { color:#000000; text-decoration: underline!important; font-size: 16px; } .IRPP_minimalist:hover .postTitle { text-decoration: underline!important; } RELATED:  Socialite Life Chats with America’s Got Talent’s Breakout Season 13 Star, Hans! SL: What is your advice for aspiring storytellers? Kevin Allison: My first bit of advice is to listen to “What every RISK! storyteller should know.” It’s about an hour long and it’s me giving tips on what really makes a story pop. And what it is, other than what I was talking about before, about how important it is to zero in on just a few incidents that are particularly meaningful for you, is that you really want to flesh those incidents out, you want to be like, “Okay, that night that I did lose my virginity, what do I remember about the look in her eyes and can I recall what temperature was the room and what were those clothes I was wearing? And what was that feeling I got in my gut at that one point?” You need to really get into the sense memory of what that experience was like in the nitty gritty, so that you can really take us there in a cinematic way to re-experience very specific moments. A lot of people have this bad habit of telling us the gist of what someone said. They’ll be like, “My Dad said I had to get out of the house as soon as possible because he really wanted me out of there.” Instead, you should say, “My Dad turned to me and pointed his finger in my face and he said, ‘Now you look here, buddy. I want you out of here’”…so you really hear him saying the dialogue. It’s really about zeroing in on those really specific moments of lived experience and then remembering all the sights and sounds and smells and tastes and details like that where you can really kind of cinematically bring it to life for us, so we feel like we’re there watching it happen. SL: What is the coolest reaction you’ve gotten from a fan of the podcast? Kevin Allison: Oh my God, there have been so, so, so many. You know it was really cute, we were in Austin a few years ago and this couple came up to me and they said they had been married for 15 years and they were determined to get divorced, like they had been talking…not in heated emotion, but in like “It looks like this is over. We really should get divorced.” So, they had been talking about that for a while and had not been looking forward to the divorce process but knew that it had to happen. Then they started listening to RISK! and they started hearing these kinky stories on the show, because there’s a lot of them on the show. And, in the process, they both realized that – each of them realized separately, “Oh my God, we’re kinky!” Like they had never done a lot of this stuff. But hearing people talk about it, they were like “Oh my God, we could be doing this!” So, they started trying kinky things together and they said to me after this Austin show, they came up to me and said, “We have sex every night now and the divorce is off the table.” (Laughs) But a lot of people have come up and said they were suicidal at one point, or just going through a really rough patch. Occasionally it’s a little shocking to hear someone say that they started listening when they were 12-years-old. (Laughs) They’ll be like, “Oh my God, you raised me!” (Laughs) But pretty much every day we’ll get these emails from people with these amazing experiences. It is really funny and endearing to hear the great effect it has on people. SL: However, not all of the feedback you get is positive, right? Kevin Allison: Of course, we get a lot of complaints about offending people. You know, we get a lot of email saying “Shame on you for having played this”. We’re always walking a tightrope because things that are politically incorrect or inexpertly or insensitively worded are kind of bound to pop up on the show here and there because we encourage people to speak so “uncensoredly”, you know, we don’t want people walking on eggshells, we want people being as unfiltered as they can be. So, occasionally, there are little brouhahas that pop up about that too because we do really want to be as compassionate as we can, as emotionally intelligent as we can about creating a show that is valuable to people rather than hurtful to people. So, we have to navigate that a lot as well. SL: You recently published the RISK! book, as well as a series of stories for Amazon, called This Can’t Be Happening, and with this and the ongoing live shows, what else do you want to accomplish with the show? Kevin Allison: Well, we would love to do another book. We would love to do more of the Amazon stuff and we’re starting to talk about film and TV. I can’t really speak specifically about all of that, but this year, at the very least, we’re entering into a lot of talks about that kind of stuff. I’ve always been apprehensive of taking on too much, because, I once had a lunch with Marc Maron. Marc was on the very first episode of RISK! in New York and then he was at the very first night that we ever did the show in Los Angeles. He’s always been a kind of friend of the show in a little bit of a mentoring sort of way. He said, “Whatever you do, if you do a book or you do TV stuff or whatever projects you might do, just make sure you keep the podcast – the audio podcast – going and keep it at the high quality that it always has been.” So that, I think, is the challenge looking forward because I do want to be tackling more. There’s a part of me creatively which just wants to be trying new things but at the same time, this show is very hard to produce. (Laughs) So, I want to make sure that we do it very mindfully. New episodes of RISK! air every Tuesday and can be found wherever you listen to podcasts. On Thursday, Kevin goes into the archives for RISK! Singles. You can follow the show on Twitter, and you can gain access to exclusive content and the full archive of shows by supporting RISK! on Patreon. The post Podcasts You Should Know: Taking Risks with Kevin Allison appeared first on Socialite Life......»»

Category: topSource: celebuzzFeb 6th, 2019

Celebrities React to Kevin Spacey"s Apology to Anthony Rapp

Prominent authors, journalists and actors like Billy Eichner, Dan Savage and Aimee Carrero are angrily speaking out against Kevin Spacey. Following the 58-year-old actor’s response to Anthony Rapp‘s allegation that he attempted to make a pass on the 46-year-old Star Trek actor when he was just 14 years old on Sunday (October 29), stars are [...] Prominent authors, journalists and actors like Billy Eichner, Dan Savage and Aimee Carrero are angrily speaking out against Kevin Spacey. Following the 58-year-old actor’s response to Anthony Rapp‘s allegation that he attempted to make a pass on the 46-year-old Star Trek actor when he was just 14 years old on Sunday (October 29), stars are bashing Kevin for coming out as a gay man in his statement – seemingly to deflect from his alleged behavior. “Kevin Spacey sexually assaulting a minor has nothing to do with homosexuality. Also, someone should explain this to #KevinSpacey,” wrote Aimee. “Nope to Kevin Spacey‘s statement. Nope. There’s no amount of drunk or closeted that excuses or explains away assaulting a 14-year-old child,” added Dan. See more responses below. Kevin Spacey sexually assaulting a minor has nothing to do with homosexuality. Also, someone should explain this to #KevinSpacey. — Aimee Carrero Rock (@aimeecarrero) October 30, 2017 Bye bye, Spacey goodbye, it’s your turn to cry, that’s why we’ve gotta say goodbye. #ROSEARMY — rose mcgowan (@rosemcgowan) October 30, 2017 Just wanna be really fucking clear that being gay has nothing to do w/ going after underage folks — Cameron Esposito (@cameronesposito) October 30, 2017 Harvey Weinstein: "I'm going to fight the NRA!" Kevin Spacey: "I'm gay!" Same story different distractions…. — Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) October 30, 2017 Ashamed to have been accused of bank robbery- I forget if I did that- but this is a good time to let you all know; I am Jewish. — Moshe Kasher (@moshekasher) October 30, 2017 SEXUAL ASSAULT IS NOT ABOUT SEXUALITY. SEXUAL ASSAULT IS ABOUT POWER. SAY IT WITH ME, PLEASE. #KevinSpacey — Jordan Gavaris (@JordanGavaris) October 30, 2017 That Kevin Spacey statement. Nope. Absolutely not. Nope. — billy eichner (@billyeichner) October 30, 2017 This whole Kevin Spacey situation reminds me that queerness is still more shocking than sexual violence to far too many people. — Raquel Willis 🕷 (@RaquelWillis_) October 30, 2017 Kevin Spacey treating alleged abuse like you would treat losing your keys when you were drunk last summer is all you really need to know — Vann R. Newkirk II (@fivefifths) October 30, 2017 Nope to Kevin Spacey's statement. Nope. There's no amount of drunk or closeted that excuses or explains away assaulting a 14-year-old child. — Dan Savage (@fakedansavage) October 30, 2017 Me @ Kevin Spacey coming out as "gay" pic.twitter.com/XwC8oIjsDH — Shamir (@ShamirBailey) October 30, 2017 Kevin Spacey: My sexuality is none of your biz. Anthony Rapp: Kevin Spacey assaulted me when I was 14. Kevin Spacey: I’m a proud gay man! — Lara (@LarzMarie) October 30, 2017 Deeply, deeply unwise framing of this Kevin Spacey story, esp. as it relates to the conflation of sexual orientation and sexual assault. — Boodak Yellow (@BroderickGreer) October 30, 2017.....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredOct 30th, 2017

AMC Orders 'Dietland' from Marti Noxon, Announces 'AMC Visionaries' and New Series Development - Variety

VarietyAMC Orders 'Dietland' from Marti Noxon, Announces 'AMC Visionaries' and New Series DevelopmentVarietyReady to expand their scripted and non-scripted slate, AMC has greenlit 10 episodes of “Dietland,” a new drama from Marti Noxon based on Sarai Walker's novel; announced a year-round documentary banner, “AMC Visionaries”; and ordered eight additional ...'Dietland' Drama From Marti Noxon & Skydance Gets AMC Series Order – TCADeadlineMarti Noxon's 'Dietland' Adaptation Ordered to Series at AMCHollywood ReporterAMC green-lights series based on satiric novel 'Dietland'ABC NewsMultichannel News -A.V. Club (blog) -EW.com -TV Guideall 12 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJul 29th, 2017

The Voice winner Kevin Simm lands first gig…as a wedding singer

THE Voice winner Kevin Simm has landed his first gig as champion – as a wedding singer......»»

Category: tvSource: dailystarApr 11th, 2016

Liberty X star Kevin Simm causes an argument on The Voice UK

Former Liberty X star Kevin Simm has been out of the spotlight since his band reformed for........»»

Category: topSource: hellomagazineJan 28th, 2016

People Want Netflix To Fire Kevin Spacey — See What House Of Cards" Creator Has To Say About "Deeply Troubling" Accusations!

Will Netflix get rid of Kevin Spacey?? Well, after the accusations against him by fellow Broadway actor Anthony Rapp, who says Kevin tried to molest him when he was only 14 years old, it seems inevitable. Related: Kevin Spacey's Apology Put On Blast! Even House Of Cards creator Beau Willimon is coming out calling the accusations "deeply troubling" [...] Will Netflix get rid of Kevin Spacey?? Well, after the accusations against him by fellow Broadway actor Anthony Rapp, who says Kevin tried to molest him when he was only 14 years old, it seems inevitable. Related: Kevin Spacey's Apology Put On Blast! Even House Of Cards creator Beau Willimon is coming out calling the accusations "deeply troubling" though he also says he never witnessed any inappropriate behavior in his time with Spacey. See his statement, plus what fans of the political drama are saying (below): My statement regarding Anthony Rapp and Kevin Spacey: pic.twitter.com/8z6zotHWE5 — Beau Willimon (@BeauWillimon) October 30, 2017 As for fans, some are willing to just give up their fave House, while others seem to think the solution is to keep the show but cut out Spacey: .@netflix please fire Kevin Spacey and make House of Cards completely about Claire Underwood thank you and goodbye — Laura Baker (@lauratheactor) October 30, 2017 don't need another season of House of Cards, time to be done with Kevin Spacey — Katy Stoll (@katystoll) October 30, 2017 excited for netflix's new season of house of cards, where kevin spacey dies off-screen and claire underwood says she's president now — Alex Bruce-Smith (@alexbrucesmith) October 30, 2017 I'm not watching House of Cards or any other thing Kevin Spacey has done ever again. — Leonardo (@leo_otr95) October 30, 2017 I feel like there might be an assassination next season on House of Cards... — Reverend Scott (@Reverend_Scott) October 30, 2017 FYI: I really liked Kevin Spacey after House of Cards. But his response to being a child predator was fucking atrocious. I'm done w/ dude. — Elon James White (@elonjames) October 30, 2017 Conflicted about Kevin Spacey bc I still wanna watch what happens in the next season of House of Cards pic.twitter.com/noVQ3O3ryN — Drake (@ventiswift) October 30, 2017 Me seeing why Kevin Spacey is trending and realizing that my favorite show House of Cards will probably be cancelled soon... pic.twitter.com/wcya2tw7SE — Anita Faker (@MovesLikeRoy) October 30, 2017 What do YOU think Netflix should do about House Of Cards??.....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonOct 30th, 2017

If You Don’t Like Bella Thorne’s New Song ‘Pussy Mine’ You Can Go To Hell

AIDS under a microscope Bella Thorne has been pleading for audiences to expand their understanding of music and the visual arts since blasting onto the scene with her manish face, mangled but hot bod, amazing acting, directing prowess, and genre-defying music. And nothing, and I do mean nothing, is shittier than her new song Pussy Mine. The post If You Don’t Like Bella Thorne’s New Song ‘Pussy Mine’ You Can Go To Hell appeared first on WWTDD - What Would Tyler Durden Do?. She got a pretty face but she fuck me like a freaky lil bitch A post shared by BELLA (@bellathorne) on Jul 30, 2018 at 11:38am PDT   AIDS under a microscope Bella Thorne has been pleading for audiences to expand their understanding of music and the visual arts since blasting onto the scene with her manish face, mangled but hot bod, amazing acting, directing prowess, and genre-defying music. And nothing, and I do mean nothing, is shittier than her new song Pussy Mine. Thorne forges forward with her Love’s Travel Stop off I-95 lot lizard persona while robo-squawking about various ways to get her puss pounded out. It’s apparently very wet, and you’re left wondering what the exact liquid is. The teaser (the official video is not yet out, but you can see a bootleg lyric video below) for the music video looks like a mini miscarriage, and is it just me, or does Thorne look more like an actual man than ever in the new pic above? Basically, she’s never been better. My favorite line is “Don’t take your test, we gon’ have a fuck fest,” because, as no one Thorne fucks could possibly be in college, we can assume the “test” she’s recommending skipping out on is of the STD variety. Kind of like the STDs she has smeared all over her trash face. God I love this piece of shit. Check out the lyrics below and let us know which ones resonate with you.   pussy mine count how many times I say wet in the song… how many? A post shared by BELLA (@bellathorne) on Jul 27, 2018 at 1:23pm PDT __________________ [Intro] Oh, huh, oh, huh, oh, huh, oh Mmm, huh, oh, It’s me [Chorus] Oh, I love the way she say that pussy mine Oh, I work that pussy out like nine to five Oh, can’t get that pussy off of my mind Oh, hit it from the front, then I hit that pussy from behind [Verse 1] (Oh yeah) Pussy, pussy, twist your leg (Oh yeah) Break it, break it, break your neck (Oh yeah) I’m a dog (woof), what’d you expect? Oh, I’mma make you sweat Oh, I’mma wreak myself Oh God, what’s that? Got your feet up by your neck Never break up, but I fuck you like it’s make-up sex You go run and tell all your friends my dick the best Like a waterfall, the way I keep the pussy wet (wet) Wet (wet), wet, fuck your ex Oh, yeah, bring the tray Ice cream pinch up on your chest Oh yeah, don’t take your test We gon’ have a fuck fest (Oh) you’re a dirty bitch That’s some shit I never guess (Oh) we gon’ make a mess Fucking up your mattress Oh, I love the way she say that pussy mine Oh, I work that pussy out like nine to five Oh, can’t get that pussy off of my mind Oh, hit it from the front, then I hit that pussy from behind Oh, oh, oh, I love the way she say that pussy mine Oh, oh, oh, I work that pussy out like nine to five Oh, oh, oh, can’t get that pussy off of my mind Oh, hit it from the front, then I hit that pussy from behind [Verse 2] Oh yeah, switching positions We might not ever finish Oh yeah, our sex the illest That why we need a witness Oh yeah, look at me hit it While you rub on your clitoris I play you the shit The way you whipping that wrist Got my hands on your hips You all on top of my dick That shit so tight I didn’t think it could fit Got a little waist, but that ass so thick She got a pretty face but she fuck me like a freaky little bitch Make me wanna throw a tip when she drop it to the floor Can’t believe she didn’t strip I’mma need a lil‘ more Make you do a back flip I’mma fuck her till she’s sore I’mma pimp without a limb, ay get it B [Chorus] I love the way she say that pussy mine Oh, I work that pussy out like nine to five Oh, can’t get that pussy off of my mind Oh, hit it from the front, then I hit that pussy from behindOh, oh, oh, I love the way she say that pussy mine Oh, oh, oh, I work that pussy out like nine to five Oh, oh, oh, can’t get that pussy off of my mind Oh, hit it from the front, then I hit that pussy from behind[Outro] Uh, huh, oh, huh, uh Huh, oh, huh, oh, mhmm __________________   Never break up but I fuck u like it’s makeup sex u gone run and tell all your friends my dick the best like a water fall the way I keep that pussy wet wettttt fuck yo ex A post shared by BELLA (@bellathorne) on Jul 27, 2018 at 12:26pm PDT Photo Credit: Instagram The post If You Don’t Like Bella Thorne’s New Song ‘Pussy Mine’ You Can Go To Hell appeared first on WWTDD - What Would Tyler Durden Do?......»»

Category: topSource: wwtddAug 1st, 2018

Kevin Spacey"s Brother Confidently Calls The Actor "A Monster" While Sharing More About Their Past

Kevin Spacey's brother has been waiting the A-lister's "twisted" nature to come to light for some time. For a candid chat with The Sun, Randall "Randy" Fowler opened up about his sibling's recent controversy and dished all about the House Of Cards star's dark side. This isn't the first time that Fowler has spoken out as, [...] Kevin Spacey's brother has been waiting the A-lister's "twisted" nature to come to light for some time. For a candid chat with The Sun, Randall "Randy" Fowler opened up about his sibling's recent controversy and dished all about the House Of Cards star's dark side. This isn't the first time that Fowler has spoken out as, at the end of October, Randy claimed he and Kevin were raised by a father who was physically and sexually abusive. Photos: Hollywood Bigwigs Accused Of Sexual Misconduct Over The Past Month! Per Randy, the industry vet was drawn to acting at a young age in an attempt to deal with his sexuality and to process the abuse he was getting at home. Fowler explained: "Kevin turned to acting as a little kid. He ditched the name Fowler and created the character of Kevin Spacey to mask a monster. It helped him hide from his demons. He struggled with his sexuality, always denying he was gay. On stage he pretended to be somebody else. It gave him power, transformed him. We grew up with abuse and neglect in a house of horrors. Our violent dad whipped me with a riding crop ... I've never had children in case that evil personality could be passed on. Now it sadly seems one of us may carry those twisted genes and that person might be Kevin." Man, oh man. And allegedly Kevin felt at home in sinister roles because there was a "dark side to him." Kevin's brother continued: "His fans love the sinister characters he plays, but he's not acting, that's really him. He hid behind his acting career to maintain a secret sordid life and in reality he was a monster. I've long suspected there was a dark side to him. I just hope he gets the help he needs so nobody else is harmed by him." It seems the truth about Kevin almost came out back in 2004 when the Oscar winner claimed he was mugged during a walk with his dog in a London park at 4 a.m. Later, Spacey admitted that he wasn't "mugged" but had fell for a "con" where a youth asked for his cellphone and took off with it. On this particular incident, Randy added: "That was when the wheels of his fake life first started to come off. I thought then it was only a matter of time before the world would know the real Kevin Spacey. He'd been trying to lie about who he was for years. In interviews he reinvented his entire childhood." Those are certainly fighting words. Supposedly, Kevin's lied about breaking "an officer's leg at military school" and burning "down a building at the back of [their] house." Both stories were allegedly plucked from Randy's life as the Idaho resident noted: "He has taken pieces of my life and claimed them as his own, trying to portray a man who was a troubled child saved by the theatre." Well, there's no denying that Kevin's a deeply troubled man. In case you missed it, Spacey has checked into rehab following accusations of sexual misconduct. It'll be inneresting to see if Spacey bounces back from this immensely huge scandal... [Image via Petra Schönberger/Future Image/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonNov 7th, 2017

Actor Harry Dreyfuss Reveals Kevin Spacey Groped Him As A Teenager

This is so awful. As news continues to come out around Kevin Spacey, we're starting to hear more stories about his allegedly awful behavior — and this time, it's actor Harry Dreyfuss that has come forward to share. Related: Thank Goodness Kevin Spacey Has Been FIRED! In a piece posted this afternoon to BuzzFeed News, Dreyfuss — the [...] This is so awful. As news continues to come out around Kevin Spacey, we're starting to hear more stories about his allegedly awful behavior -- and this time, it's actor Harry Dreyfuss that has come forward to share. Related: Thank Goodness Kevin Spacey Has Been FIRED! In a piece posted this afternoon to BuzzFeed News, Dreyfuss -- the son of actor Richard Dreyfuss -- reveals how he was groped without warning or consent by Spacey as an 18-year-old. It was back in 2008, with the younger Dreyfuss being in a room alone rehearsing lines with Kevin and Richard, and Spacey opted for a moment when the elder Dreyfuss wasn't looking to make his (unwanted) move. Harry explains in his own words (below): "We were in Kevin's kitchen when my dad ducked out for a moment to go to the bathroom. Kevin and I were looking out his window at the lights of London, when he came to my side and asked me how my Christmas had been. I had had a terrible Christmas, I told him, because I was too shy. I was 18, I'd mustered the courage to leave our hotel and go get legally drunk for the first time in my life, but I didn't have the nerve to speak with anyone. Instead, I had a few drinks and then promptly returned to my hotel room to watch Tropic Thunder for the fourth time. After I'd told him that, Kevin slid his hand into mine. He wrapped his fingers between my fingers, and peered into my eyes, and warmly said, 'Don't be shy.' Then, 'You'll get over it.' I was stunned." And later, Harry continues, describing how Spacey used reading lines as an opportunity to get unnecessarily close to the boy to physically touch him. More here (below): "After a few minutes, he put his hand on my thigh. Finally (finally, finally) I became suspicious. It took that long because it just never occurred to me that Kevin would be interested in me in the first place. He was an adult man, a hero of mine, my dad's boss, none of which were categories on my radar for sexual interactions. Besides, I thought, Surely he can't be coming on to me like this right in front of my dad. But his hand stayed there. So after a bit, I came up with what I thought was a brilliant safety tactic: I stood up and walked to the other side of the couch, and sat back down. Bulletproof. But without missing a beat, Kevin stood up too, and followed me. He sat just as close and immediately put his hand back on my thigh." So sickening. Related: Kevin Accused Of Flashing & Paying Off A Teenage Barkeep You can read what happens next, and Harry's full story about the aftermath and his feelings about the unwanted touching, by clicking HERE. Sad, shameful, and unacceptable behavior by Kevin Spacey. [Image via WENN/Instagram.].....»»

Category: topSource: tmzNov 4th, 2017

Marti Noxon's Adaptation of Dietland Has Been Picked Up to Series by AMC - Vulture

VultureMarti Noxon's Adaptation of Dietland Has Been Picked Up to Series by AMCVultureAMC has officially picked up Dietland, Marti Noxon's adaptation of Sarai Walker's book of the same name, for 10 episodes to premiere in 2018. The potential series was among the most sought-after TV projects last fall, with everyone from HBO to Netflix ...AMC Picks Up Dietland from UnReal Producer Marti NoxonTV Guideall 13 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJul 29th, 2017

Kurt Angle Replaces Roman Reigns, AJ Styles Replaces Bray Wyatt at WWE TLC 2017 - Bleacher Report

CBSSports.comKurt Angle Replaces Roman Reigns, AJ Styles Replaces Bray Wyatt at WWE TLC 2017Bleacher ReportWWE announced a huge shakeup to Sunday's TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs card on Friday, with Raw general manager Kurt Angle replacing Roman Reigns and AJ Styles replacing Bray Wyatt. The announcement noted that Reigns and Wyatt are dealing ...Kurt Angle To Wrestle At WWE TLC, Major Changes Announced For Sunday's TLC Pay-Per-ViewWrestling Inc.Kurt Angle Will Make A Last-Minute In-Ring Return At WWE TLCUPROXXKurt Angle will wrestle at TLC; 'medical issues' forces AJ Styles into action as wellCageside Seats (blog)Sports Illustrated -ESPN -Sporting News -For The Winall 96 news articles ».....»»

Category: feudsSource: tmzOct 20th, 2017

WHOA — Kevin Federline Wants "At Least Three Times The Amount" He"s Currently Getting In Child Support From Britney Spears!

Kevin Federline wants a hell of a lot more than a Piece Of ex Britney Spears. As you surely know, the former flames have been at odds over how much child support the 40-year-old backup dancer is due. Currently, KFed receives $20,000 a month in child support from Spears and has been contesting this amount with [...] Kevin Federline wants a hell of a lot more than a Piece Of ex Britney Spears. As you surely know, the former flames have been at odds over how much child support the 40-year-old backup dancer is due. Currently, KFed receives $20,000 a month in child support from Spears and has been contesting this amount with Godney's camp since February. Related: Britney's 10-Year Conservatorship Could Be Coming To An End! According to Kevin's lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan, Britney's baby daddy deserves "at least three times the amount" that the pop sensation is currently shelling out. The legal expert explained to Us Weekly: "We gave them ample time and opportunity to settle Kevin's child support modification increase, and they came back with conditions that are not reasonable. It's their position that they don't have to turn over Britney's financial information, including tax returns, which is required under the California family code. It's not California celebrity code edition, she has to comply." Oh snap -- SHOTS HAVE BEEN FIRED. He continued: "This is the choice they have made, and they will now have to deal with it. We are still open to try and settling this without judicial intervention." This statement by Kaplan comes just as it was reported that Federline's team filed court documents requesting more child support from the 36-year-old pop icon. In the new documents, obtained by The Blast, it's revealed that the dancer turned DJ makes "approximately $3,000 per month." That's reportedly less than one percent of Britney's annual income. Kevin and Britney, who were married between 2004 and 2007, share sons Sean Preston (12) and Jayden James (11). However, Kevin also has teenagers Kori (15) and Kaleb (13) with ex-fiancée Shar Jackson. Not to mention, Federline went on to welcome Jordan (6) and Peyton (3) with wife Victoria Prince. Related: THREE Teen Mom 2 Stars Threaten To Quit It's been suggested that Britney doesn't want to increase Kevin's stipend as she feels she's paying for his four other kids. We mean, that's fair... Still, the music maker has a responsibility to maintain Sean Preston and Jayden James' lavish lifestyle while they're with their father -- who still has custody of the boys. Kevin has since declared that he's "simply less of a ‘name' and less in demand than he was in 2008," back when the child support sum was determined. As for what's next, Kaplan concluded: "A court hearing will be set, and the parties will engage in financial discovery, which will enable guideline support payment that Kevin should receive. This won't be difficult for us, Kevin is asking for the reasonable needs of the children to be met, which is at least three times the amount Kevin is currently getting. This is based on her earnings which have been publicly reported. We are also asking for attorney's fees because it didn't have to come to this." Britney better call up Jamie Spears and the rest of her team, because a messy baby daddy legal battle is a-brewin'! Oof!! [Image via WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonMay 23rd, 2018

Britney Spears & Kevin Federline"s Child Support War May Require "Court Intervention"!

Kevin Federline is prepared to face off against baby momma Britney Spears in court. As you surely know, the former flames are currently estranged over the 39-year-old's recent request for more money. Despite currently getting $20K a month from Godney for child support, KFed has been in negotiations with Spears' camp in the hopes of increasing [...] Kevin Federline is prepared to face off against baby momma Britney Spears in court. As you surely know, the former flames are currently estranged over the 39-year-old's recent request for more money. Despite currently getting $20K a month from Godney for child support, KFed has been in negotiations with Spears' camp in the hopes of increasing his stipend. Related: Britney Flashes Toned Abs In Workout Vid! However, it's been reported that the money talks haven't been going well, as Britney's father Jamie Spears isn't convinced that Kevin REALLY needs the funds. Regardless, the ex backup dancer wants (what he believes) is owed to him, and is 100% willing to take the matter to court. An insider spilled to Us Weekly: "Kevin truly wanted to try and settle the child support payment increase without getting the courts involved out of respect for Britney, and of course, their two sons." Sadly, the tipster noted that this issue is unlikely to be resolved without "court intervention." To make matters worse, it appears that Federline isn't rushing to have this issue resolved. The source continued: "Jamie and Britney Spears sent a response to Kevin's request for an increase to his child support payments, to his lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan. Kevin has flatly rejected it." Clearly, this child support battle is far from over. Per reports, Kevin plans to request "a once yearly income and expense declaration from Britney including most recent tax returns filed," in order to best assess what sum is due to him. Kevin and his team feel confident that, following Britney's Las Vegas success, more money should be given to Federline (who has full custody of sons Jayden and Sean): "Meeting with Jamie Spears, along with his lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, Kevin laid out the reasons why he was requesting the increase for child support payments. Kevin is tremendously disappointed that the offer was rejected, but is prepared to proceed." Understandably, this baby daddy drama has left the Toxic singer feeling a "tremendous amount of stress." Like any parent, "she just wants this resolved as quickly as possible." An insider close to the chart topper added: "The cause for concern is that Kevin is given an increase this time, what is going to stop him from coming back the next time Britney signs another big deal, wanting a piece of that?" Fair point. Nonetheless, we hope these two are able to settle this issue OUT OF COURT. We doubt Jayden and Sean want to be at the center of a family feud! [Image via WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonMar 20th, 2018

Kevin Hart Shows His Support For the Eagles Ahead of Super Bowl

Kevin Hart is getting excited for the Super Bowl! The 38-year-old actor stopped by Barstool Radio on Friday afternoon (February 2) at the SiriusXM studio in Minneapolis, Minn. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Kevin Hart Kevin chatted about the upcoming game and his passion for the Philadelphia Eagles. The day before, Kevin took [...] Kevin Hart is getting excited for the Super Bowl! The 38-year-old actor stopped by Barstool Radio on Friday afternoon (February 2) at the SiriusXM studio in Minneapolis, Minn. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Kevin Hart Kevin chatted about the upcoming game and his passion for the Philadelphia Eagles. The day before, Kevin took to his Instagram to share a photo in his Eagles gear, alongside his custom jersey. “Let’s GOOOOOOOOO EAGLES!!!!!! #PhiladelphiaStandUp #ThisIsOurYear,” Kevin captioned the photo. The Super Bowl airs on February 4th on NBC. A post shared by Kevin Hart (@kevinhart4real) on Feb 1, 2018 at 2:42pm PST.....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredFeb 3rd, 2018

Kevin Hart Shares Hilarious Story Of Being Left "Home Alone" By His Wife!

When Kevin's wife left, she forgot one important detail. Kevin. LOLz! Kevin Hart shared a HIGHlariously relatable Instagram Story on Wednesday about being left home alone with the kids and dogs as his wife Eniko Parrish went out for "a couple hours." Video: Kevin Hart And The Foo Fighters Stole The Show On SNL The Jumanji: Welcome To [...] When Kevin's wife left, she forgot one important detail. Kevin. LOLz! Kevin Hart shared a HIGHlariously relatable Instagram Story on Wednesday about being left home alone with the kids and dogs as his wife Eniko Parrish went out for "a couple hours." Video: Kevin Hart And The Foo Fighters Stole The Show On SNL The Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle star says he was fine watching the three kids, including newborn Kenzo Kash, for a while: "I had it under control in the beginning, I really did, but then the baby started crying, so I went up and I grabbed the baby." Then after he "changed the baby's diaper" suddenly he heard barking... "Came to find out my dogs got outside. Not really sure how -- my big Doberman opened the goddamned door." Um, what? Find out what happened to give Kevin a "mini breakdown" (below): "I got the baby, so I call my other kids — my 12- and my 10-year-old — they don't hear me, 'cause they got the virtual-reality game set on, so they can't hear shit I'm saying. That's when it got real. I had to put the baby down in the crib so I could go get the dogs. Soon as I put the baby down, the baby started crying. I somehow hit my foot on the rocking chair, twist my ankle. Ouch. Now I'm going outside to get the dogs, but I still got the baby stuff hooked up to the end of the chair, so I knock all that shit over — Diaper Genie, everything. I say fuck it. Shit got real. I go grab the dogs, get the dogs inside, the baby's crying still... gotta go grab the baby. At the same time I grab the baby, I go inside the room and knock the VR (virtual reality) set right off my damn kids' heads. They said, ‘What'd we do?' I said, ‘Nothing, man. Dad just had a mini breakdown. Y'all turn the volume down on that shit so you can hear me next time I call you.'" Sounds more like Mr. Mom than Home Alone tbh, but we'd be good with Kevin remaking either. Especially if he was playing an 8-year-old. Ha! [Image via 20th Century Fox/Instagram.].....»»

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