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It's been exactly three years since Michael Jackson's untimely passing. But for R. Kelly, the memory of spending time with the King of Pop will last forever.
They met when Kelly wrote "You Are Not Alone" for Jackson, and the late pop star agreed to sing it. Kelly details the thrill of meeting Jackson, their collaboration on the song – and what it was like to hit the mall with the mega-star – in his upcoming memoir, Soulacoaster: The Diary of Me, on sale June 28, reprinted here with permission from SmileyBooks.
R. Kelly's new book, Soulacoaster
The day finally came. I got to the studio two hours early. I ordered my favorite Chinese food. I was sure to include some vegetarian dishes for Michael. I was so nervous that I started practicing in front of the food just how I would introduce Michael. Would I say, "Mike, would you like some Chinese food?" Or, "Mike, want some of this, man?" Or maybe it'd be better to say, "If you're in the mood for some Chinese food, Michael, you're welcome to it."
Thirty minutes and several phone calls from Jackson's people later, the legendary singer arrives.
He looked at least eight feet tall and... (click read more to see the rest of the portion from the book and to see some special rare pictures of the King of Pop)
Have you ever hear of a Pheramone Party?!? Party goes smell each others slept-in T-shirts and pick love interests based off smell only. Crazy huh!?! Would you go to a party like this?? Leave a comment below.
Research studies using similar T-shirt experiments have shown that people prefer different human scents. But whose smell they prefer is dictated by a set of genes that influence our immune response — which researchers say is nature's way of preventing inbreeding and preserving genetic adaptations developed over time.
"Humans can pick up this incredibly small chemical difference with their noses," said Martha McClintock, founder of the Institute for Mind and Biology at the University of Chicago. "It is like an initial screen."
LeBron James lead his team, The Miami Heat, to a 121-106 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder last night in the final game of the NBA Finals. He finished with 26 points, 13 assists, and 11 rebounds in Game 5 of the title series as was named MVP of the NBA Finals.
Congratulations, King James.
Justin Bieber was devastated when Mariah Yeater accused him of being the father of her baby, despite it being a complete lie. He has now decided to speak out against Mariah in a new song, entitled “Maria” on his Believe album.
“That’s my ‘Billie Jean’” he tells Billboard in a new interview.
“It was something I wanted to get off my chest and I could just say it in a song and get my point across without having to worry about the words I’m using in an interview."
So is Justin's new song an ode to the late King of Pop? Or is it just a cheap knock-off? Tell us what you think!
Ronald Page seemingly had it made when Bank of America unintentionally changed his account status, allowing the 55-year-old man to make unlimited ATM cash overdraft withdrawals.
Now the Detroit man is facing 15 months in prison after pleading guilty to charges of theft of bank funds, $1,543,104 in total between December 1, 2008 and May 31, 2009.
"In this case, the bank's glitch allowed the defendant to lose a significant amount of money that was not even his in the first place," reads the U.S. Attorney's sentencing memorandum, obtained by ABC. "The fact that defendant acted on an impulse does not minimize the seriousness of his conduct and the need for a custodial sentence."
ABC News reports that Page, who in reality had only $300 in his checking account, used the accidental loophole to withdraw more than $1.5 million—losing it all on gambling.
The day the Bank of America glitch went into effect, Page reportedly withdrew $312,000 from ATMs at the Greektown Casino in Detroit and an additional $51,727 from the MGM Grand Casino. Bank of America placed a hold on his account 17 days later, but he had already withdrawn $1.5 million by that point.
Here we have an exclusive behind the scenes video of beautiful swimsuit model Kate Upton on the set of her 2012 GQ cover shoot. Upton exploded onto the scene earlier this year when she debuted as the cover model for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Although the cover caused a lot of controversy due to Upton appearing to be overly airbrushed, the coveted spot shot the blonde bombshell to supermodel status almost overnight. Prior to her SI cover shoot, Kate was featured as a Sports Illustrated 2011 Rookie of the Year, and modeled for Guess, Esquire, and Victoria's Secret.
This Past Weekend Adam Sandler's New Movie "That's My Boy" made a Meager and Very disappointing $13 Million at the Box Office. Those Numbers Are horrible in contrast to the $30-$40 Million the comedian Routinely Opens with. in the 90's America Fell in Love with the Sandlers Simple Minded Characters "Billy Madison" "Happy Gilmore". Could it be the 45 yr old Coming is finally too old to pull off his trademark Frat-House Style Comedy? Were going to give him a Shot and go catch this movie this week. Let us know how you feel about it, and if Sandler should hang it up.