Heidi Montag is featured in this week’s copy of Us Weekly and inside, she talks about how she sized down her F-cup breasts to a manageable size C. She refers to her breasts in the issue as the size of bowling balls and after consulting a doctor, decided to have surgery to bring them down a few sizes. Can you blame her?
Posing seaside in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Nov. 1, the blonde bombshell unveiled her smaller, more-manageable breasts, which she had redone in a six-hour procedure on Oct. 4. Prior to the operation, she had been suffering a number of health problems — all related to her size-F implants, which she says weighed “about three pounds each.”
“I couldn’t conceptualize the weight of them in my body,” the 27-year-old MTV alum tells Us of her old implants. “They felt like bowling balls on my chest.”
Also at the source, you can see a photo of Heidi after her latest surgery!
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian is shown on the cover of last week’s issue of OK! magazine and it states that she is pregnant with her second child with rapper Kanye West. It feels like they are just throwing stuff at the wall, hoping that something is bound to stick.
According to the report from the magazine, Kanye has demanded a son — after Kim has already given him a daughter, North West. The magazine also states that her first pregnancy almost destroyed her, so perhaps the second one will fully take her out? It could happen, folks.
Do you think Kim can survive another pregnancy? They say that every pregnancy is different, so we will see if she can get through another one — that is, if the rumors are true.
Did that butt-tastic selfie she put on Twitter motivate Kanye to put another baby in her? What do you think? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below!
Kelly Clarkson married her sweetheart Brandon Blackstock and their gorgeous wedding photo is featured on the cover of the new issue of People magazine. Aren’t they just so adorable together?
In addition to sharing her pretty photos of her wedding ceremony, she also shared a video with her many fans:
So cute, right?
We here at GossipSucker wish them nothing but the best for a happy life together! Congratulations to them!
Poor Bruce Jenner — he can’t seem to catch a break with all of the fuss going around about his failing marriage to Kris Jenner. She’s a media
queen whore and he is just falling prey to her scheming for press.
The new issue of Star magazine makes it clear that Bruce really wants to be a woman. Even worse, apparently the rumor going around is that she is blackmailing him with secrets about his love of cross-dressing. So scandalous, isn’t it?
The tabloid states that with Bruce’s longer hair and his penchant for wearing earrings, the cat is out of the bag that he wants to turn himself into a woman.
It’s a shame that there are people in the world that will actually believe this nonsense and call it fact. We’re guessing that is who Star magazine is counting on to keep picking up issues of their magazine.
In what will apparently shock no one, we’ve learned that Bruce and Kris Jenner have separated. Shocking, we know. Apparently, he’s been telling pals that he is finally free from Kris’ grasp in order to do whatever he likes!
The formerly happy couple are featured on the cover of the new issue of Us Weekly and they give us the exclusive on how over Kris and Bruce’s union is. Kris has apparently opened up to the magazine about Bruce moving out and why they have yet to file for a divorce from one another. According to the tabloid, they have NO prenup! Things could get really interesting!
Bruce has been shacked up in his Malibu beach pad while Kris has been staying in her Calabasas home. She told the publication, “We are living apart, but there is no animosity. We are united and committed to our family. We ended a marriage, but that’s not the end of our friendship. I will always love him, but we are no longer a couple in that way. We are happier this way.”
Are you surprised at all by their separation? Rumor has it that they have been living apart for a year now. We’re wondering what their children think of this?
Blog: noun \ˈblȯg, ˈbläg\
: A blog is an informational or discussion page posted on the internet
The emergence of blogs, or “weblogs” as they were formerly known, had begun in the late 1990′s, but have been on a rapidly increasing pace ever since. On December 17, 1997, Yorn Barger, coined the term “weblog”, which meant to log your time on the web. Since, Peter Merholz chopped it up into the term we use today, which is blog.
The modern blog derived from an online diary where people could keep a record of their activities and personal lives. It began with Usenet and Bulletin Board Systems and moved to websites like the Drudge Report, SlashDot and LiveJournal in the late nineties. By the year 2004, blogs were even more popular and more mainstream.
Now, regular users can use platforms such as WordPress, LiveJournal or Movable Type. Users can log in to any of these services and share their activities, opinions and news items in reverse chronological order. Readers can then read these blog posts on the web, using their smartphones or via RSS feed.
Blogs have become so common now that it would be hard to believe a company or large group of people who don’t utilize this service.
Visual learning is more common AND more beneficial than just reading something on its own. Certainly, as humans we are visual people. Did you ever notice that you are more likely to retain information if there is an accompanying video? Perhaps that is why so many lyric videos are common in the musical world. You can listen to something over and over, but with the lyrics playing in your face as you listen, you retain more.
It only makes sense that people retain 50 percent of what they see and hear at the same time, as opposed to the twelve percent that only use text to retain information. The educational system knows this, that’s why we have teachers in classrooms to explain everything to our children. If it weren’t for visual aids, how hard would it be for the students of the future to retain the knowledge they’ve been given?
Fascinatingly enough, internet users are 60 percent more inclined to click on a link if there is a video involved. That is demonstrated by various news sources all across the internet who precede their article titles with “Video:” or use this text “(Video)” after their titles.
Take for instance: Would you be more inclined to click on a link that says “Lil Bub eats & yawns”? Or would you click on this: “VIDEO: Adorable cat Lil Bub eats and yawns – WATCH HERE!”
If you’re like most of us, you’ll click on the video link to see Lil Bub eating and yawning. Why? Because videos bring everything to life and with regard to learning, we will retain more information with videos to reference. It’s just that simple.
Now here’s a video of Lil Bub: