Daily Archives: October 20, 2011

Celebrity Photos For 2011 (Photos Slide Link)

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger – De De Tillman

Blog Source: Hollyscoop

Photo Credit: Splash News

Posted: Thursday October 20, 2011 @ 3:05 pm PST

Topic: Celebrity Photos

Below is a link of 23 celebrity photos including George Clooney, Stacy Keibler, Rihanna, Demi Lovato, Penelope Cruz and more

CELEBRITY PHOTOS 2011 FROM HOLLYSCOOP

 

 

Jaejoong Twitter Hacked

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger – De De Tillman

Also Blogged By: La Tray

Blog Source: All K Pop

Posted: Thursday October 20, 2011 @ 12:35 am PST

Topic: Jae Joong

Jae Joong tweeted on October 11, 2011 that he would delete his Twitter account if hackers don’t stop hacking his account.

Translated from Korean to English “It seems my Twitter was hacked. I don’t know who you are, but if you keep this up, I have no choice but to delete my Twitter.” Jaejoong did not reveal exact details on the damage, or how his suspicions came about.

It’s great to have Jae Joong on Twitter tweeting to his fans on his day-to-day life and it’s awful that hackers hacked his account. This should not have happened. Twitter must do something to prevent this from happening again. Twitter is excellent social network for celebrities to connect with their fans.

To Jae Joong Fans, you can tweet him to please keep his Twitter account and that you appreciate and love the fact he shares his world with you, the fans.

Also, fans can tweet Twitter @twitter to fix the issue of hackers. Please get the word out by Tweeting, Re-Tweet,  and Facebook this blog.

Dr. Conrad Murray DID What Every Doctor Knows NOT To Do

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger – De De Tillman

Blog Source: People

Posted: Thursday October 20, 2011 @ 12:25 am PST

Topic: Dr. Conrad Murray

Dr. Steven Schafer  testified to 17 different “unconscionable” ways Murray’s treatment could have contributed to the death of the music legend.

A Partial List Of The 17 Ways

Among His Claims Faulting Jackson’s Doctor:

• Murray should not have administered the toxic anesthetic and other dangerous drugs in the singer’s bedroom without proper monitoring equipment.

• Murray should not have attempted to treat insomnia with propofol.

• Murray failed to keep any kind of medical records.

• Murray should not have left the room without another physician watching Jackson.

• Murray incompetently administered CPR by pushing down with one hand on Jackson’s chest, with Jackson still on his bed instead of a hard surface.

• Schafer was particularly indignant that Murray telephoned Jackson’s personal assistant and left a voice mail message long before 911 was called. According to “People.”