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It’s a mystery almost worthy of the Time Lord himself – who will succeed Matt Smith as the new Doctor Who Speculation in the UK is rampant that the Beeb will tap a woman to play the 12th incarnation of the Doctor in the beloved sci-fi series.
How do you top having sex with ghosts and wearing a bra made out of teeth sent in by your fans You down a bottle of urine, of course. Ke$ha, ever the poor music fan’s Lady Gaga, is under fire from America’s Parent Television Council after footage of her allegedly drinking her own urine was shown on TV.
Targeting Corruption, Egypt Goes After Mubarak’s Wife Suzanne Mubarak suffers what may be a heart attack as Egyptian prosecutors prepare to level corruption charges against her By Vivienne Walt / Cairo Egypt’s former First Lady Suzanne Mubarak who just three months ago was feted internationally for her charity work suffered what may have been a heart attack on Friday after being detained in an investigation into possible corruption during the 30 years when her husband Hosni was president. By Friday evening, she had been transferred to the intensive-care unit of a military hospital in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik, and a source told al-Jazeera that she could be transferred soon to a women’s prison in Cairo.
The “all-American drug” has hit like a blizzard, with casualties rising.
In 1981, Lady Diana Spencer didn’t promise to obey the Prince of Wales and nor did she in the years that followed. On Thursday, palace officials revealed that Kate Middleton, already restyled “Catherine” and to be known from tomorrow morning as Princess or by another honorific, will also avoid the promise to obey her bridegroom.
If Taylor Swift has any lingering insecurities after the Kanye West incident at the MTV Video Music Awards, the six nominations she received for the American Music Awards should clear those right up.
There’s something about Burma. Zimbabwe, Laos, North Korea, Sudan, Uzbekistan all these countries are plagued by repressive rulers. But none of these places grips the popular imagination like this isolated nation in the heartland of Asia.