Looks like Valentine's Day isn't the only thing the world will be celebrating next February. Beyoncé announced on Australia's Sunday Night TV show that she is due to give birth by February 2012. Based on my flawless math skills, that would mean that she's currently 5 months pregnant and was only 3 months along when she announced her pregnancy to the world at the VMAs last August. While on the Sunday night program, the pop diva explained how the timing just feels so right to start a family, stating, "My husband and I have been together for 10 years, all of my 20s, since I was 20 and I just feel like it's time." She also added, "I think because I've accomplished a lot of things for myself and I really know who I am...if there was any time, right now is the time. I'm so happy." And we're happy for her! - People
The Kardashian Klan is looking to become a Billion Dollar Empire. Last year the family earned $65 million, but that practically seems like chump change compared to what they're going to make this year. The Kardashian Kollection for Sears is set to rake in somewhere between $200 million - $300 million in its first year, and that's not even mentioning the extra $50 million the family will make from Khloe and Lamar Odom's unisex fragrance and Kim's three perfumes. And let's not forget the girls' QVC clothing line, Kim's new Belle Noel jewelry collection, and an upcoming nail polish line with OPI that's set to launch on Black Friday. Brian Dow, a partner at the APA Talent & Literary Agency, which reps theKardashian lifestyle brands, recently told Women's Wear Daily, "The Kardashians could easily be a billion-dollar business worldwide in the next two years." With the growing business and the extra press attention that has stemmed from Kim's extravagant wedding, it's not that difficult to believe. This just reaffirms my worst fear that the Kardashians are planning to take over the world. - E!
A SWAT team raided the set of Brad Pitt's World War Z yesterday. Apparently they seized 85 of the props from the film, which included AK-47s and sniper rifles that had real ammunition in them! A police spokesperson commented the collection of assault rifles were a "disaster waiting to happen" and claimed an accident could have easily occurred. This is why your mother told you to never play with guns -- they are not toys! - London Evening Standard