Celebrity Week In Review: Michael Jackson Verdict, Mia Farrow Bombshell, Kimye In Paris & More
They followed Wade to a storage facility, because they suspected his involvement in a drive-by shooting, and found the missing vehicle. For the drive-by, Wade was charged with attempted murder. Max Wade already had the flashy yellow Lamborghini, but he wanted to have the beautiful blonde to go with it, and he was willing to kill to get it, Deputy District Attorney Yvette Martinez told jurors during opening statements in a San Rafael courtroom Friday. Aside from the car theft charges, the DA says that Wade, scorned by the object of his affection, 18-year-old Eva Dedier, tried to kill her and her boyfriend, Landon Wahlstrom, 19, while they sat in Wahlstroms truck outside his home. Theyre [Dedier and Wahlstrom] cooperating with the legal process, said Lt. Jamie Scardina, with the Marin County Sheriffs Department. Landon has already testified, hes done, but always subject to a call-back. The love triangle was thrown out, the judge didnt believe there was a love triangle, said Wades mother, Leylla Wade. First she said he stole a Lamborghini a year ago to seduce the girl, which is bulls***, even the judge doesnt believe it. In opening arguments, defense lawyer Charles Dresow said he had evidence to prove Wade did not shoot at the victims. The Lamborghini theft and the shooting occurred. There is no doubt about that, Dresow said. They were victims. The evidence will show that they were not victims of my client. If convicted on all charges, Wade could serve a maximum prison term of up to 30 years. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges. On the way back into the courtroom, Dresow told ABC News, We are going to do whatever we have to do to get the right result. According to Scardina, Marin detectives searching Wades storage shed found Fieris missing car, the gun allegedly used in the shooting, climbing gear, two assault rifles and shotgun shells, a San Francisco Police Department uniform and badge and false identification cards from California, Florida and New York.
“Iron Chef” and Food Network starCat Cora stopped by FoxNews.com Live studios to help break it all down. Cora, who is of Greek-American heritage, knows a thing or two about olive oil. Shes partnered with the Mediterranean cuisine company Gaea, to develop Cat Coras Kitchen by Gaea — a range of olive oils, tapenades, cooking sauces and vinegars. Here are six truths about olive oil that will hopefully add clarity to your next bottle you purchase. TRUE OR FALSE? Olive oil isn’t good for frying food False: It does have a high smoking point, meaning it can go up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. The reason why a lot of people do not fry, deep fry, with olive oil is because its expensive. TRUE OR FALSE? Oil that isn’t first cold-pressed is just the leftover oil True: The first press is the cold press, meaning its without heat or chemicals, and its extra virgin meaning, it is the premium olive oil that you want to buy. Anything else is a pure olive oil or its a leftover olive oil.” TRUE OR FALSE? Cooking olive oil destroys its health benefits True: It does destroy some of the health benefits. It definitely does because of the heat … but what we do in the Mediterranean is we will cook with a little bit of olive oil and then well actually add a drizzle of fresh olive oil on top … to keep those benefits. TRUE OR FALSE?
First things first: coffee! I make lunches, breakfast to go and we’re out the door by 7:10 a.m. I carpool four kids, plus a friend, and I try to get my ‘me’ time in by teaching my own booty burn class in the morning. “On show days I head to the ballroom straight from school drop-off for a busy day of script meetings, rehearsals, two hours of hair and make-up, a live show from 5 to 7 p.m. I’m lucky to make it home by my kids’ bedtimes. “If it’s not a ‘DWTS’ day, I work out, have meetings consisting of ModernMom.com responsibilities, entertainment industry demands, school meetings, grocery shopping, the occasional coffee or meal with a friend, family dinner at 6 p.m., homework, 8:30 p.m. bedtime routines start and by 9 p.m. – TV escape-ism; 10 o’clock bedtime.” Q: Do you have time to have family meals together during the week? A:”Every night that I am not working, we have dinner together. I’m the chef, which is a passion of mine. I try not to schedule too many social commitments during the week so I can have that precious time with my family.” Q: If you were asked to compete in “Dancing With The Stars” again – would you do it? Why or why not? A: “I don’t think I could host and dance at the same time! I’m very happy to have one Mirror Ball Trophy already – I’m not greedy.” (She laughs.) Q: Describe your life in three words. A: “Challenging.
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Odom came over to Khloe’s house and a photographer on the scene said, “When Lamar left the house, he was kind of out of it. He didn’t look happy and he looked really tired, like he hadn’t slept all night.” Amanda Bynes’ mother, Lynn, spoke out for the first time this week since her daughter was admitted to a psychiatric facility. “I would really like everyone out there to know that almost 99 percent of the things written about my daughter in various media outlets are false or misleading,” she said. “Unless it’s a statement issued by our family attorney, Tamar Arminak, please take everything you read about Amanda with a grain of salt.” In other news, Justin Bieber was being his ridiculous self as photos of him being carried on his bodyguards’ shoulders up the Great Wall of China surfaced; Miley Cyrus posed for Terry Richardson wearing — shocker — next to nothing and sticking her tongue out. She was also the target of one Sinead O’Connor’s scathing open letters , though it seems like they don’t bother the 20-year-old twerkist much; Angelina Jolie was spotted wearing two rings which sparked rumors of a secret wedding to Brad Pitt; Emma Watson and Benedict Cumberbatch were voted “World’s Sexiest Movie Stars” by 50,000 readers of Empire magazine; and Meg Ryan graced the cover of People magazine in a cover story that dealt with her move from Hollywood to New York obscurity. See the week’s best photos below: Loading Slideshow Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Zooey Deschanel filmed a scene on the beach for her hit show “The New Girl” in Malibu, Calif., on Oct. 7. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Hilary Swank and her boyfriend Laurent Fleury were seen holding hands after a tennis practice in a local park by the Hudson River in Downtown, Manhattan on Oct. 7. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Jackie Chan and Nicole Kidman attended the opening ceremony of the 10th Huading Awards on Oct. 7 in Macao, China. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Miley Cyrus performs live on NBC’s “Today” show in Rockefeller Center on October 7, 2013 in New York City Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Selena Gomez stopped to get some gas before heading to a dance studio in Tarzana, Calif., on Oct. 6. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Keith Urban announced the world premiere of The URBAN Guitar Collection — debuting live on HSN Nov. 3 — on Oct.
5 Easy Steps to Becoming a Successful Celebrity Mom
Garner may have a thing for fresh produce but these collections of stands are, in fact, the ideal place for celeb moms to be seen: they’re family friendly, healthy, and show that even though you’re a celeb, you still take the time to shop for your kid’s dinner. 4. Don’t forget to hide the nanny! Remember that quote about relatability? Most people don’t have nannies, so there’s no need to broadcast yours. Let people think that’s an unidentified friend or family member by your side. And best not to mention them when you’re asked about balancing work and career during interviews. 5. Negotiate, negotiate, negotiate. Piazza instructs wannabe celeb moms to start monetizing early. “Break your mommy news with a trusted celebrity news outlet and then begin negotiating for every single milestone in your mommy life,” she shares. “That starts with the first bump shots, goes through the baby shower, the exclusive announcement of the birth, the first reveal of the baby, and then the first birthday.