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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Kim Kardashian Made Fun Of Live On TV By News Anchor!

On Set of Kelly Rowland & Big Sean's 'Lay It on Me' Video

Amy Winehouse's Last Music Video Released. Foundation Unveiled On Her 28th Birthday.

On what would have been her 28th birthday, Amy Winehouse's parents unveiled a new foundation in her name.

The Amy Winehouse Foundation will "benefit organizations supporting vulnerable young people, including those battling addiction and ill health" according to ContactMusic.

"We want to give money to projects that make a direct difference," her mom Janis said. "It is a source of great comfort to know that Amy would be proud of this and (be) right behind it."

Amy's final music video was also released today. A duet with Tony Bennett titled "Body and Soul"

“We had a beautiful time recording together in the studio and I knew that Amy was very happy with how she performed that day,” Bennett said via Rap-Up. “I thought she was absolutely brilliant and this recording truly captures the essence of her unique artistry. She was a rare talent.”

Both the song and video are available on iTunes. All proceeds will go to the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

Amy Winehouse and Tony Bennett "Body and Soul"

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Tyler Perry Is Hollywood's Cash King As He Tops Forbes Highest Paid List Earning $130 Million

Though the stars get the headlines, it's almost always the people behind the scenes who rake in the most cash in Hollywood. Case in point: According to the new Forbes magazine tally, the list of the highest-paid men in entertainment is led by actor/director/screenwriter/producer/author Tyler Perry, whose films have grossed more than $500 million worldwide.

He tops a list — measuring the entertainers' earnings from May 2010 to May 2011 — that also includes Steven Spielberg, Simon Cowell and one of the only actors on the list, Leonardo DiCaprio.

How did Perry make it to the top with $130 million over the past year? Thanks to fat checks from his TV shows, "Meet the Browns" and "House of Payne," as well as his hit series of movies based around his drag character Madea and his upcoming rare acting role as the titular detective in I, Alex Cross.

Just behind Perry is über-producer Jerry Bruckheimer at $113 million, which comes from his take for the $1 billion-grossing fourth installment of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise, as well as his hand in producing a number of hit TV shows, including "The Amazing Race" and the "CSI" franchise.

Legendary director Steven Spielberg is third with $107 million, earned in part from his upcoming pair of big-budget films, "War Horse" and "The Adventures of Tintin."

Fourth is the only musician on the list, piano pounder Elton John ($100 million), whose riches come from his back catalog and a world tour that grossed $204 million.

"X Factor" judge/creator Simon Cowell is clearly not hurting since his departure from "American Idol," as he rounds out the top five with $90 million.

Also in the top 10: author James Patterson ($84 million), TV talker Dr. Phil McGraw ($80 million), DiCaprio ($77 million), satellite radio titan Howard Stern ($76 million) and disgraced golfer Tiger Woods ($75 million).

Private Jacqueline Kennedy Interviews Released

Jackie Kennedy was the epitome of a dutiful politician's wife—she quietly stood by her presidential husband's side, always looking prim, proper and totally put-together. In fact, she set the standard as a First Lady fashion icon. (Hilary kind of broke that standard, but it looks like Michelle is bringing it back). And after JFK was shot in 1963, Jackie O remained relatively quiet while she grieved.

But now, eight and a half hours of recordings from seven interviews with Jackie Kennedy​ are set to be released on Wednesday. The interviews take place four months after her husband's November 22, 1963​ assassination. The New York Times has published excerpts from the recordings, and in them, Mrs. Kennedy discusses everything from her husband's death to the Cuban Missle Crisis.

"Once I asked him—I think this is rather touching—if he could have one wish, what would it be?" Kennedy explains. "In other words, you know, looking back on his life, and he said, 'I wish I had more good times.' "

During the Cuban Missile Crisis, when Americans were terrified there'd be an attack from Russia, JFK wanted to send his wife and children away, out of fear of their safety.

"If anything happens, we're all going to stay right here with you," Jackie says she told her husband. "I just want to be with you, and I want to die with you, and the children do, too – than live without you."

And Jackie also dishes about what she thinks of political figures around the world. She called French president Charles DeGaulle an "egomaniac," and the future prime minister of India Indira Gandi: "a real prune—bitter, kind of pushy, horrible woman." And she called Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr​. a "phony" for allegedly cheating on his wife. Ouch!

Her own husband, who was accused of cheating on Jackie with the likes of Marilyn Monroe​, remains nothing but an idol in her eyes, and she never mentions his infidelities. She says her marriage was "rather terribly Victorian or Asiatic." She wanted to create "a climate of affection and comfort and détente."

The audio has been kept private by the Kennedy Library up until now. But they're being released along with a book titled Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations on Life with John F. Kennedy.

The former first lady's daughter, Caroline Kennedy​, says the book and transcripts show a different side of Jackie O:

People "don't always appreciate her intellectual curiosity," Caroline says, "her sense of the ridiculous, her sense of adventure, or her unerring sense of what was right."

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