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Tiny Harris has Filed for Divorce from Rapper T.I.

 

Photo by Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images

Photo by Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images

 

Tameka “Tiny” Harris has filed for divorce from husband T.I.  This comes after six years of marriage.

According to TMZ, Harris, 41, filed the papers earlier this month. The two have been married since 2010 and have three children together: King, 12; Major Philant, 8; Heiress Diana, 9 months. Harris has an older daughter, Zonnique Pullins, from a previous relationship and T.I. has two children from previous relationships.

Reps for the stars did not immediately return requests for comment.

Rumors of divorce have circulated for several months now, but they were always shot down…until now.

The reason for Harris wanting a divorce has not yet been revealed, but rumors of infidelity have followed both parties in the past few years.

Church Accidentally Prints Tupac’s “Hail Mary” Lyrics for Carol Service

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Tupac brought an interesting twist  to a Christmas church servicein Sri Lanka this season.

A booklet distributed at the Dec. 11 “Joy to the World 2016” service  accidentally had Tupac’s “Hail Mary” printed out instead of the traditional Christian prayer, according to CNN.

“A lot of people were in shock as whether it was a joke or someone would actually rap the song,” event attendee Andrew Choksy told CNN. “A few of the older ladies in front of us could not stop looking at the printed booklet.

Father Da Silva from the Archdiocese of Colombo in Sri Lanka apologized for the error.

Apparently the lyrics were printed by an unidentified young boy who  downloaded the wrong version of the song.

 

 

North West has her Own Little Lamborghini

 

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She isn’t old enough to drive, but little North West already has her very own Lamborghini.

The daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, is taking after dear ole dad.

Kardashian posted a photo of Kanye’s Lamborghini with a miniature replica posted up next to it.

Alongside the photo, Kardashian caption the photo, saying, “Like father like daughter.”

 

Miley Cyrus Reveals Artwork for “Adore You”

 

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Miley Cyrus went in a different direction for the artwork for her new single,  “Adore You.”

The official artwork features a cropped photo of Cyrus holding a bunch of withered roses.

The song is believed to have been originally dedicated to Liam Hemsworth back when Cyrus first recorded it.

 

Victoria Beckham Swoons Over Husband David in VOGUE Paris

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Victoria and David Beckham collectively cover the December 2013 issue of VOGUE Paris.

Victoria is married to one of the sexiest men on the planet, and she’s proud to share just how amazing he is.

Victoria…

On her husband’s success:

“I am so proud of what we have created. “We’ve always been – and I include the children in this – amazingly happy about the success David has achieved. All those matches where we stood cheering on the terraces.”

On her marriage:

“David and I have been through so much together. We’ve had our ups and downs, but we’re so proud of each other.”

 

Teaser Video: ‘Doctor Who 2013 Christmas Special’

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Get ready for Christmas with Dr. Who.

BBC recently released a teaser trailer for the Doctor Who 2013 Christmas Special. The teaser doesn’t reveal much, but it’s still fun to watch.

The Dr. Who 50th anniversary show brought in more than 10 million viewers, so its Christmas show is bound to pull big numbers as well

Check out the teaser below. And for more info on Dr. Who, visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/

Michelle Obama Fronts ‘Ladies Home Journal’

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First Lady Michelle Obama brings her style to Ladies Home Journal.

Mrs. Obama fronts the Dec.’13/Jan.’14 issue of the magazine. The First Lady shares her holiday traditions, what the holidays means to her and how the First Family gives back.
SO MANY FIRST FAMILIES HAVE MADE THEIR IMPACT ON HOLIDAY TRADITIONS AT THE WHITE HOUSE. WHAT WILL THE OBAMAS’ LEGACY BE?
Michelle Obama: I hope that it’s a legacy of inclusion. We try to invite choirs from all over the country to come and sing and entertain. Congress comes and important famous people come. But I’m also thinking about a little kid from Kansas who is able to make the trip to see the house. We have a reception almost twice a day, every day, until December 21. That means hors d’oeuvres and eggnog and cookies for every guest who comes through. The house smells incredible for an entire month.

DO ALL THOSE HOLIDAY TREATS MEAN EXTRA GYM TIME FOR YOU?
Oh yeah! But the President and I are usually working. We’re in a receiving line or a photo line, greeting people, so fortunately there’s very little time for us to eat.

WHAT WERE YOUR HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS LIKE WHEN YOU WERE A LITTLE GIRL GROWING UP IN CHICAGO?
Christmas has always been a special time in my household. Growing up, we lived in a little-bitty apartment, but my mom put her heart and soul into decorating that house. She would take cardboard and make a chimney over our radiator because she wanted us to feel like we had something for Santa Claus to come down. Our extended family was so large, people couldn’t really afford to buy gifts for everyone. So a couple of our aunts would go out and purchase small gifts. They would put them in a basket and in order to get a gift you had to perform. Everyone from the smallest to the tallest, from the oldest to the youngest, had to perform something. You could tell a joke, read a poem, do a backflip — anything counted. It’s a tradition that we’ve carried on today.

WHAT KIND OF PERFORMANCES DO YOU AND THE PRESIDENT DO AT THIS FAMILY TALENT SHOW?
I’ve hula-hooped, done a dog trick with Bo, and read poems. The kids will sing or put on plays. The President and some of the other dads will get together and do a song.

YOU SPEND THE HOLIDAY IN HAWAII, WHERE THE PRESIDENT GREW UP. WHAT’S CHRISTMAS MORNING LIKE?
When the girls were little, they used to get us up at the crack of dawn. But as many families can probably appreciate, the older your kids get the later they wake up — which is a blessing for us. Our friends will come over and we’ll have breakfast or brunch. Then we’ll open a few gifts. It tends to be a peaceful day.

DO SASHA AND MALIA HAND YOU A LONG CHRISTMAS LIST OF THINGS THEY WANT, LIKE MOST KIDS DO?
I’ll tell my kids, think of three things that you want. And it turns out they usually don’t have much on their lists, because they understand that anything they need they already have. The kids are not in the habit of viewing Christmas as a time for getting gifts. It’s about spending time with family and gathering with friends.

IS THERE ONE DISH YOU LOOK FORWARD TO?
One of my favorite holiday dishes is a simple and delicious white-bread crumb stuffing with oysters and spicy sausage. My mom got the recipe from my grandmother — my father’s mother. I’ve made it before, but it always tastes better when Mom makes it.

WHAT ARE SOME OTHER HOLIDAY TRADITIONS THAT STAND OUT FOR YOU?
We try to pay tribute to our service members and their families. One of the first trees that people see when they walk into the White House is a tree dedicated to the fallen. Gold Star families can pay tribute to their loved ones, and visitors can send thank-you cards to troops and donate service hours in honor of our men and women in uniform. We’ve always dedicated the Christmas tree in the Blue Room, which has the largest tree in house, to the military families. This year we’re going to decorate it with photos of military homecomings. We’re also asking military families to share their traditions, and those will be reflected in the ornaments as well.

IS THERE A FAMILY TREE YOU GET TO DECORATE?
One of the things the kids always request — because we have dozens of trees all over the White House that are decorated by volunteers — is that they decorate one of the trees themselves. Usually it’s the tree in the Yellow Oval room. We’ll have hot chocolate, light a fire no matter what the weather is, get out a basket of decorations, and then I’ll put on the first holiday music of the season. I have a phenomenal playlist that includes, of course, “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” as well as James Taylor, Mariah Carey, Boyz II Men, and Nat King Cole. The kids tease me that they know it’s Christmas when I pull out my playlist.

DO THE GIRLS BAKE HOLIDAY COOKIES? ARE THEY ALLOWED INTO THE WHITE HOUSE KITCHEN?
Oh, there’s a lot of cookie decorating going on. Sasha is our big cookie maker. It’s one of the major activities the girls do when they have friends over. If they are bored and they’ve run out of things to talk about or to do, I usually get a request: “Can we go down to the kitchen and make cookies?” And of course, the answer is always yes.

HOW THE FIRST FAMILY GIVES BACK
Every year the White House supports Toys For Tots, a foundation started by members of the Marine Corps Reserve that gathers presents for kids in need. “We collect hundreds and hundreds of toys. It’s something the staff here gets inspired by,” says Mrs. Obama. “I try to remind people to purchase for a broad age group — people love to buy the little kids toys, but there are also teenagers to think about. Teens love electronic learning games and you can never go wrong with giving them clothes.”

 

 

 

 

 

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