French-Canadian singing sensation Céline Dion stepped out with her three sons – René-Charles, nearly 13, and 3-year-old twins Nelson and Eddy – in Paris, France on Wednesday (November 27). Joined by family and bodyguards, the trio bundled up as they hit some shops and a local bakery
French-Canadian singing sensation Céline Dion stepped out with her three sons – René-Charles, nearly 13, and 3-year-old twins Nelson and Eddy – in Paris, France on Wednesday (November 27). Joined by family and bodyguards, the trio bundled up as they hit some shops and a local bakery.
It looks like the Because You Loved Me singer, 45, loves long locks on her boys. After causing quite a stir for keeping René-Charles’ hair long for most of his childhood, it seems the twins are following in their big brother’s footsteps.
Now sporting short hair, René-Charles says he isn’t mom’s biggest fan — in the music department, that is.
“I’m not his favorite singer, for sure,” Céline admitted recently in an interview with Access Hollywood. “I’m his favorite mom, though. That’s the main thing.”
Although he’s much more impressed by rappers like Eminem, the songstress recently scored her some cool points with her son, whom she calls R.C.
Dion’s new single Loved Me Back to Life was written by Australian singer Sia Furler, who also wrote Rihanna‘s hit Diamonds and co-wrote and sang on David Guetta‘s track, Titanium.
“He said, ‘No way!’” she laughed. “He couldn’t believe it because I’m not cool, and I’m not Rihanna.”
“So he’s like, ‘What? Sia wrote you a song? That must be a mistake. Like, this is not normal. She must not be feeling her best,’” the funny mom continued. “Because she’s so cool, for her to write a song for me? It’s like, thank you, Sia. Maybe this will help us!”
Source: Céline Dion & Her Paris Pals
Why won’t Scarlett Johansson be up for a Golden Globe? Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore can officially part ways, and Emma Roberts opens up about American Horror Story: Coven. According to a rumors, Tom Cruise has been on a few dates with actress Laura Prepon.
Why won’t Scarlett Johansson be up for a Golden Globe? Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore can officially part ways, and Emma Roberts opens up about American Horror Story: Coven.
- According to a rumors, Tom Cruise has been on a few dates with actress Laura Prepon. But one of the actor’s reps spoke up, claiming he isn’t actually dating anyone. [Us Magazine]
- Even though her voice work as a computer’s operating system in Spike Jonze‘s Her is getting raves, Scarlett Johansson may not be seeing a Golden Globe nomination for her performance. To be eligible, she actually would’ve had to physically appear in the film. [E!]
- Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore had their divorce finalized, almost two years after they first separated. Now much the speculation will probably turn toward Ashton and current girlfriend Mila Kunis, as wedding rumors have surrounded the couple for months. [People]
- What’s Emma Roberts saying about her character on American Horror Story: Coven? [MTV News]
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Ah, Thanksgiving… It’s a time to feast with family, friends and the television show Friends.
Ah, Thanksgiving… It’s a time to feast with family, friends and the television show Friends. For whatever reason, the writers of Friends decided to take Thanksgiving and make it the show’s big holiday and we are incredibly thankful to them.
Now some people marathon all the Friends Thanksgiving episodes. Some people need to watch them in order. However, we at VH1 know that you might not have the time for five hours of your favorite Friends. (I mean, there’s also this thing called football happening and some people are actually cooking.) To help you pick and choose, we’re ranking them Thanksgiving buffet style. Which episodes make a good main dish? Which offer a sweet sentimental dessert? And which episode, like Chandler’s traditional non-Thanksgiving Thanksgiving food, is fulfilling for a Friends fan, but not very festive?
The Turkey (aka The One You Absolutely Can’t Miss–and The One With The Turkey Head)
Season 5: “The One With All The Thanksgivings”
This might be the best Thanksgiving episode if only because it’s a massive treat for the show’s fans. Nowadays it’s the norm for a character on a sitcom to reference something funny and to have a quick cutaway to the scene or situation referenced. In the late ’90s though, it was most certainly not the norm. So, this is an episode full of great jokes, insightful flashbacks, and of course, Monica wearing a turkey on her head.
The Stuffing (aka The One Chock Full Of Laughs, Character Backstory & The BIG Guest Star)
Season 8: “The One With The Rumor”
“The One With The Rumor” could be also be called “The One Where Brad Pitt Shows Up.” It was one of the most-hyped half hours of television during NBC’s Must See TV era, and it holds up amazingly well today. The episode is sharply written and, much like many of the show’s best Thanksgiving episodes, deals with the gang’s backstory. It’s almost as though the producers wanted to give the biggest movie star in the world (who was then married to Jennifer Aniston) a really great and really memorable episode to guest star in.