Kanye West Wants Kim Kardashian On Hollywood Walk of Fame
Allred represents Danny Ramos, the videographer/pap who sued West for alleging assault, battery, negligence and violation of civil rights. While speaking with RadarOnline.com , Allred said, Mr. West made it clear that he thinks that he has the right to attack anyone that antagonizes him by asking him a question that he does not like. He thinks that paparazzi are fair game. She added, aIn his televised appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel show he sent a message that anyone that crosses him is not safe and that no one should forget that he is from Chicago. We have a message to you Mr. West in response. You will be held accountable for your actions both in the criminal justice system and in the civil justice system. This response from Allred was directly following Wests visit to Kimmel. aYour remarks are shameful and add further insult to the injuries that you inflicted upon my client.a She added: aYou say that you bring ajoy to the worlda. I say you disgrace your profession and bring shame to your hometown of Chicago when you make reference to being from Chicago as some sort of threat.a On July 19, West was seen on camera wresting Ramos to the ground at LAX. Court proceedings were held this week. Although the request was denied, the Los Angeles City Attorney asked for the judge to order West to attend anger management classes.The arraignment was postponed until November 7. Gloria Allred
Witches casting a spell over Hollywood
West, the 36-year-old rap mogul, appeared on comedian Jimmy Kimmel’s late night talk show Wednesday night where he defended his girlfriend and reality television star Kardashian. While A-list actors appear on the stars that line the sidewalks on Hollywood Boulevard, California native Kardashian, 32, might have been shunned by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce who are in charge of those appearing on the monument. “I want to give a shout out to the stars at the Walk of Fame cause they said something about how they’re not going to put my girl on the walk of Fame cause she’s a reality star. It’s like people are so dated and not modern,” West told Kimmel. “There is no way Kim Kardashian shouldn’t have a star on the Walk of Fame. It’s ridiculous concepts.” Kardashian previously spoke up about wanting to appear on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in an interview with V Magazine last year. “I think there was a quote where somebody said that reality stars will never get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame,” Kardashian told V. “So, of course I’m so competitive that I think that it would be a huge achievement and a goal that anyone would want. I would love to break that mold.” Kardashian seemed to approve of her boyfriend’s most recent rant and accompanied him to the show while staying behind the scenes with their 4-month-old daughter, North West. Still, she took to Twitter to give West’s comments her stamp of approval by stating, “This Jimmy Kimmel interview is the truth!” Like us on Facebook
In the 2014 film, Jolie will portray the evil sorceress and reveal why she was so hellbent on cursing Princess Aurora. Let’s count the ways 1989’s “Teen Witch” won us over: First, there’s the rapping “Top That” scene , followed by the final dance , and the fact that she used her powers in pretty much the exact same ways we would have at 16. Better still: Robyn Lively re-created her “Teen Witch” dance moves for her younger sister Blake when the “Gossip Girl” actress married Ryan Reynolds. There’s a reason Anjelica Huston’s fearsome character was known as the “Grand High Witch” in the 1990 adaptation of Roald Dahl’s “The Witches.” Not only was she powerful and absolutely horrifying underneath the wig and makeup , she also had a ruthless wit. Disney’s 1993 tale of the Sanderson sisters in “Hocus Pocus” has become a Halloween staple in the 20 years since its release. Kathy Najimy, left, Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker are likely somewhere running amok and hunting down virgins on your cable TV right about now. After “explaining it all” on Nickelodeon as Clarissa, Melissa Joan Hart moved on to another starring TV role that’s just as memorable. As the teenage witch Sabrina in the ABC show of the same name, Hart supplied witchy comedy — along with her snarky black cat, Salem — to the young adult set from 1996 to 2003. No disrespect to stars Robin Tunney, back right, Rachel True, front right, or Neve Campbell, back left, but Fairuza Balk’s Nancy was the baddest witch in “The Craft’s” coven. When not being mined for style inspiration, this 1996 horror flick can still give nightmares. In 1998, Shannen Doherty’s bad girl ways were back on TV with a magical twist. The former “Beverly Hills, 90210” star was cast as the oldest Halliwell sister on “Charmed,” which also starred Holly Marie Combs, left, Alyssa Milano and, later on, Rose McGowan.