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So that’s what it’s like living with Larry King. The legendary broadcaster, 77, retired from his Larry King Live show on CNN on Thursday (Dec. 16), and during his final telecast, his son Cannon, 10, did an hilarious impression of his dad, saying, “Get in the car! I’m too old for this!” The boy had his dad’s signature gravelly pitch down pat. Watch the video after the jump!
How do Angelina and Brad juggle six children and two high-profile movie careers? Angie credits Brad with keeping the balance by being a “hands-on father.”
Last night on CNN‘s Larry King Live, Angelina Jolie revealed what every working mother wants to know: how she balances her very busy, successful career and her very busy, happy home life. And she credits 46-year-old Brad Pitt with keeping everything in balance! Does this sound familiar? Do the men in your lives provide a lot of support?
Apparently six children aren’t enough for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. How many are too many for these superstars?
Although they have “no plans at the moment,” Angelina Jolie, 35, reveals on Larry King Live that she and Brad Pitt are always open to the idea of adding a seventh child to their family. Whether biological or adopted, the more kids the merrier! Where do they get the energy to keep up with six busy children and maintain their successful film careers? We’re exhausted just reading about them!
Brandy thinks the former b-baller and reality starlet should still be in the competition!
Brandy Norwood, one of the four contestants remaining on Dancing With The Stars, admits she was outraged when Rick Fox and Audrina Patridge were kicked off the show! “I was very shocked at Rick Fox and Audrina,” Brandy confessed Nov. 11 on Larry King Live. “They were doing great and they did some of their best dances and were voted off. I just didn’t understand that and was disturbed by that because they were so good.”
Larry tells us that his last show is going to start off the same way that his first one did, confides how he feels about successor Piers Morgan and weighs in on the rumors he’ll be working with Ryan Seacrest!
After more than 25 years and 40,000 interviews on Larry King Live, Larry King is finally ready to step down from his hosting duties and pass the torch to successor Piers Morgan. But before he goes, the 76-year-old broadcast interviewer plans on giving his CNN talk show a bittersweet ending!
Corey Feldman says he understood Corey Haim’s drug addiction, “better than anybody.”
Corey Feldman was widely known as Corey Haim‘s other half, and the actor spoke out about living with his drug-addicted friend on Larry King Live last night. Feldman opened in detail about what it was like to watch his friend and co-star battle drug addiction for many years, until his death on Mar. 10.
Feldman also described his friend as lonely, broke, destitute, saying Corey “had nobody to turn to.”
Calling himself Corey Haim’s “best friend,” Feldman lambasted those who were not there for Haim during his low points. “He very much felt that … he had nobody to turn to,” Feldman said. “I was one of the few people he had left in his life.” Read more
Brittany Murphy’s grief-stricken mom and husband appeared on “Larry King Live” last night to talk about her tragic death — and they weren’t entirely lucid.
The late Brittany Murphy’s husband, Simon Monjack, and mom, Sharon Murphy, appeared on “Larry King Live” Jan. 20, discussing Brittany’s tragic death one month ago on Dec. 20, at age 32.
The pair discussed the details of her death, repeating their claim that the young actress died of natural causes, that she did not do drugs or have an eating disorder. The autopsy performed just after her death was inconclusive, and the toxicology and tissue test results have not come back yet.
Losing a loved one suddenly, at such a young age, is a horrible tragedy, and we can’t imagine how terribly sad the two must feel. That said, the two seemed distant and their responses to King’s questions weren’t always 100% rational. Read more
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