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by Jane,posted Jun 4 2013 6:32AM
Kim Kardashian's boyfriend, and soon-to-be-baby’s daddy Kanye West, showed up at the E! star’s baby shower as guests were leaving the swanky soiree, and tried to avoid cameras that were rolling to capture the day for her reality show. Despite a guest list that included Kim’s celebrity pals such as Kimberly Stewart, NeNe Leakes and Maria Menounos; sister Khloe and her L.A. Clipper hubby, Lamar Odom; and brother Rob, Kanye showed up to the baby shower later than, and left earlier than, everyone else.
“Kanye arrived as many of the guests were leaving,” a source told RadarOnline exclusively. “You could tell Kim was wondering where he was. The singer didn’t look happy to be there [and] dodged cameras that were shooting for Kim’s reality show. Whereas Kim was extremely gracious to all of her guests, and made it a point to spend time talking to them, Kanye looked like he had been sucking on lemons. Several of Kim’s friends felt sorry for her because Kanye just couldn’t put a genuine smile on his face.” As we previously reported, the event — which will be broadcast later this summer on Keeping Up with the Kardashians — took place at the same rented Beverly Hills estate where Khloe and Lamar exchanged vows in 2009.
And Kris Jenner's new talk show premieres next month. It's called "Kris". Don't worry, it's only in select markets, so you probably won't have to see it.
Beyonce was on the "Today" show yesterday, and they asked her to discuss all the rumors about whether she's pregnant again. She laughed it off . . . but she didn't deny the rumors. She said, quote, "What kind of rumors? Huh? I don't know what you're talking about."
Three days after becoming a first-time father, Channing Tatum got back to work on the London set of Jupiter Ascending on Monday, June 3, filming scenes at a power station, Us Weekly can confirm. His wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum, meanwhile, is resting up at their $8.8 million London apartment with dogs Meeka and Luka -- and their brand-new baby girl, born last Thursday, May 30. No info as yet on the little girl's name, birth weight or other details. But the family of three (plus Meeka and Luka) will be on the move soon enough as Jupiter Ascending's production moves to Chicago in July, and Dewan-Tatum, 32, starts production on her Lifetime series Witches of East End in Vancouver.
In the final stretch of her pregnancy, the actress was "reading as many baby books as she can," her show costar Rachel Boston told Us recently. "Her heart is filled with so much love," Boston adds of the actress and Magic Mike actor, 33, who celebrate their third wedding anniversary next month. "She and Channing are true soulmates." Adds a friend of the pair: "They fell in love when they were total unknowns, and they're both so down-to-earth, smart and cool. They're a perfect match."
Al Pacino has played some iconic roles. But it sounds like he's turned down just as many. Like HAN SOLO, for instance. He says, quote, "Star Wars was mine for the taking, but I didn't understand the script." He also turned down the lead in "Die Hard" . which ended up going to Bruce Willis. He says, quote, "I gave that boy a career." Pacino could have had either the Marlon Brando or the Martin Sheen part in "Apocalypse Now", but he turned those down. And he also said no to Richard Gere's part in "Pretty Woman". He jokes, quote, "I'm not a very good judge of what's good."
Billy Joel told a story recently about how he came up with the song "We Didn't Start the Fire". Turns out Sean Lennon gave him the idea, (or Julian Lennon), after they had a conversation when Sean, (or Julian), turned 21. Lennon told Billy it was really hard being 21, and Billy replied that he felt the same way when he was young. And Lennon came back and said it was different back in the '50s, when Billy was that age. And Billy brought up the Korean War, and from there he got the idea for the song.
A comedy group called AVbyte posted a video on YouTube yesterday called "Facebook: The Musical." Luckily, it's not a FULL musical. It's just one song about how lame we all are for checking our Facebook pages ten times a day.
Conan O'Brien talked last night about Donald Trump trying to decide whether he should run for president again in 2016. They're saying he's already spent a million dollars trying to decide if he should run. Conan says it's the world's most expensive "No."
Lou Ferrigno played the Incredible Hulk in the original TV series, back in the '70s. TMZ caught up to him the other day and asked him why they changed Bruce Banner's name to "David Banner." Lou has a funny story about that. He says CBS wanted the name change, because they thought the name "Bruce" sounded a little bit gay.