According to E!online, Country singer Jason Aldean cheated on his wife Jessica with former American Idol contestant Brittany Kerr.
Aldean said “The truth is that I screwed up. I had too much to drink, let the party get out of hand and acted inappropriately at a bar. I left alone, caught the bus to our next show and that’s the end of the story.
I ultimately ended up embarrassing my family and myself. I’m not perfect, and I’m sorry for disappointing you guys. I really appreciate being able to work through this privately with my family and for all your continued support.”
Carrie Underwood may have given a 12-year-old boy his first kiss, but another adult musician may be taking his relationship with a preteen too far.
Canadian singer-model Akama Miki may be only 12 years old, but Chinese pop star Zhang Muyi, who is twice her age at 24, claims they are in love and that it is not a publicity stunt.
“Many people have doubted us and our love story. There’s nothing we can do about this, nor do we feel the need to prove anything to these people,” Muyi wrote on Weibo, a Chinese Twitter-style site. “All we can do is continue to persevere with our love, our life, and being together.”
According to MSN, the duo has recently been exchanging love letters and posting photos of themselves together (see Miki pinch Muyi’s cheek! See them touch fingers!). Miki is a rising star with reportedly 500,000 Weibo followers, but she follows only one person — and guess who that is?
“Wait until I’m old enough to marry you, and then I’m going to say ‘I do,'” Miki recently wrote to Muyi on Weibo.
Muyi responded with the message, “I simply can’t wait for these next four birthdays of yours to pass, I’m counting down each one.”
If that weren’t creepy enough, Muyi admitted he will be watching the prepubescent Canuck mature with bated breath.
“I said to Miki, ‘I’m going to be with you as you grow, I’ll always wait for you,'” Muyi wrote.
While he waits, Muyi is spending his time collaborating with the younger musician on various songs. A video of their duet, “Pretty Boy,” was posted on Sept. 9, and they plan to release another song, “Courageous Love,” soon, no doubt as a testament to their relationship.
Country music legend George Strait 60, announced in Nashville a two-year, 40 concert farewell tour that will begin next year. Strait will play 20 dates in 2013, then 20 more in 2014 on “The Cowboy Rides Away” tour. Strait is from Texas.
Cecilia Sue Siew Nang testified in Singapore against former Central Narcotics Bureau chief Ng Boon Gay.
Sue said she first met Ng in a social gathering at a pub in Tanjong Pagar in 2009 when she was still working at Sun Microsystems, which was later acquired by Oracle.
She said about a couple of months after the end of a strong first quarter for her in 2011, she had a “celebratory” lunch with Ng wherein she talked about the deals she had closed, including the storage area network with CNB.
Prosecution lawyer Tan Ken Hwee asked her, “Did the accused ask you for anything?”
Sue said, “We chatted… then he asked, ‘When you wanna take me?’”
Tan, “What does that mean to you?”
“It’s pretty common knowledge… to take in… his sperm,” she replied.
After some more questions, Tan asked, “Did you think there was any linkage between the fact that you were celebrating deals and the question that the accused asked you?”
After a pause, she said she did not know.
The testimony then focussed on events in July 2011. Sue said when she and Ng met up then, it was supposed to be in Capella but the location changed to Wilford. However, as she didn’t like it there they moved to Capella.
After a few hours, she drove him back to Beaufort (hotel) to collect his car.
“What happened next?” Tan asked.
“We chatted in the car… and then… all of a sudden he pushed my head down to his private part and he shoved his private part into my mouth,” Sue said, her voice breaking.
“I was very shocked. I… I tried to… tried to push away,” she said. “I mean I didn’t continue and after I pushed away I told him off and he apologized.”
After the prosecutor asked her to explain how they were seated in her car, Sue explained she was at the driver’s seat and Ng was in the passenger’s seat.
“Did he push or did he pull?” Tan asked.
“He forced my head down,” she replied.
“Was there contact between the private part and your mouth?” the lawyer asked.
“It happened so fast that yes there was contact…” she replied.
“Why did you let him do that?” he asked her.
“It was too sudden and I was caught in shock… I told him off and he apologized,” she said, adding she felt unhappy, fearful and intimidated.
The testimony then moved on to Sue’s and Ng’s meeting in November 2011, though not before Sue admitted that between July and November they had casual meet ups.
“Why did you agree to meet up with him in November?” Tan asked.
“I think casual lunch, I’m okay to meet up… but chalet and trips, I’m not comfortable at all because there’s no agenda for me to be there,” she said, after saying she had declined Ng’s invitations for her to join him at his Kranji chalet and go on a trip to Macau.
When Sue met Ng in November, he was having dinner at HortPark, she joined him. While he was eating, she said he asked her to access a website.
“I didn’t know it was a sexually… a porno website,” she said, adding that she felt disgusted.
After they went back to the car, he started to talk about porno sites and how she felt.
She could see he was getting hard.
She said he tried to kiss her and that he pushed her head down to his private part.
“I… I… tried to escape,” she said.
When asked how, she said she tried to push herself away “but the private part got in my mouth as well.”
She said he was very strong and it was a while after she managed to get out.
“Did you consider reporting him?” Tan asked.
“It wouldn’t help… and it’s such a disgrace, right? Recently with all the publicity it’s already been killing me,” she said, as she broke down in tears.
“I don’t want to hurt my family,” she said, her voice shaking. “And moreover he’s well connected.”
On 2 December, Sue, who had just joined tech giant Oracle, said she met Ng again for dinner, and she told him that there could be an opportunity in Oracle’s Policy Automation software.
She was supposed to drop him off after dinner but he directed her to Mount Faber and suggested a short chat.
They were chatting, she said, when again she said he tried to push her towards his private part and she tried to break away.
She asked him to respect her and he told her he would not do it again.
“I thought as a gentleman he would also understand my feelings… and not push further,” she said. “I mean the thing is that if there’s really love I would have done it voluntarily….”
Sue pointed out that Ng was a well-connected and high ranking officer while she was just a “normal sales rep and just working hard for my family”.
Crying, she also said she did not want to be in a situation “whereby I get framed or I don’t want to end up in a situation whereby I get jeopordsied… in my home team. Simple words like ‘Watch out for this sales rep” can be very detrimental”.
Using tissue paper to wipe away her tears, the witness also added, “When someone is so well connected not only can he influence things within the agency, you never know if he can also tarnish my reputation…”
The prosecution then prodded Sue to discuss the night of 9 December when she met with Ng again.
She was out with friends and he asked if she would want to meet up for a while at Singapore General Hospital’s carpark. She drove over there and waited for some time before he appeared and hopped into her car, she said.
She recounted that he then pulled down his pants and grabbed her hand to stroke him.
After a few more questions by Tan, Ng’s defence counsel and the prosecutor argued over the statements made in court. The defence noted that the witness could be accused later on.
Court went into recess after it was decided that the defence and prosecution needed to discuss something in the judge’s chambers.
During that time, members of Ng’s family looked on edge.
Court soon resumed but it was suggested that proceedings be continued on Thursday, to which the judge agreed.
Posted: Wednesday September 26, 2012 @3:37 p.m. PST
Actress Tavia Yeung is enraged with a recent tabloid report of her ‘immoral conduct’ in a car with actor Him Law.
A press conference was held by the two celebrities in order to clarify the car incident and explained the actual incident that happened the night photos of her head on his lap were taken by the paparazzi.
The actress stated, “I specifically requested Him to drive me home before the dinner, knowing that I will not be able to drive myself when I drink.”
The actress stated that Him Law told her as she walked out the restaurant that he suspected some paparazzi were waiting for her, so she took a taxi with Meini Cheung and stopped at Cheung’s place before boarding Him Law’s car.
The actress stated that she has already vomited in the taxi and did not wish to be photographed in a drunken state, so she put her head on his lap to avoid from being photographed, explaining why her lips were photographed wet.
She continued, “When the car drove at my apartment building, Him patted me and said that there are paparazzi at my place and since the word paparazzi is a sensitive word to an artiste, my first reaction is to cover my face and wear my cap.”
Tavia Yeung stated that she is also considering taking legal action against the publication of such outrageous report of her alleged behaviour, not without explaining that her relationship with Him Law is still new and will inform the public if they are advancing to the next stage.
On 19 September, the tabloid published shocking photos of Tavia Yeung’s face resting on Him Law’s lap for the whole 40-minute car ride and alleged that the actress were ashamed when she was photographed, wearing a cap and covering her face with her hands. The tabloid also amplified the controversy by reporting that Tavia’s lips were wet, hinting of lewd behaviour.
The incident happened after Tavia Yeung’s dinner with her classmates from TVB’s acting class on 18 September.
That question allegedly asked by former Central Narcotics Bureau chief Ng Boon Gay sparked the gripping testimony of the woman in the centre of a high-profile sex-related corruption case in Singapore.
Called in by the prosecution in the second day of the trial against Ng on Tuesday, Cecilia Sue Siew Nang recounted how her relationship with the top civil servant started. Her account painted the picture of a man who became increasingly desperate to obtain sexual gratification in the form of oral sex, despite being repeatedly rejected by Sue.
Ng is accused of corruptly obtaining sexual gratification on four occasions from Sue from June to December last year by assisting to further the business interests of her then employers Oracle Corporation Singapore and Hitachi Data Systems in dealings with CNB. Sue claimed that on each of the four occasions she was an unwilling partner and that on several occasions, Ng had forcibly pushed her head towards his crotch in the car and there was contact between her mouth and his private parts.
Breaking down in tears several times during her testimony, the 36-year-old former IT executive said she was afraid to report Ng for fear of sullying her reputation and her relationship with Ng as a powerful client and the Ministry of Home Affairs agency as a potential business partner. Sue also said on his part that Ng repeatedly apologized and promised he would not force her into compromising positions, only for him to try again the next time.
During her tense three-hour testimony, she avoided eye contact with the gallery and spoke in hesitant, soft tones. Meanwhile, Ng and his wife, who was sitting in the front row, looked tense throughout. Ng was visibly agitated when the prosecution called Sue to the stand in the afternoon. His wife Ng Yen Yen became increasingly edgy towards the end of the testimony.
Posted: Wednesday September 26, 2012 @12:00 p.m. PST
Rapper PSY is one step to number one with his explosive hit “Gangnam Style”.
According to Billboard, at No. 2, PSY’s worldwide hit “Gangnam Style” roars toward the Hot 100’s top spot with the chart’s top Digital Gainer tag, bounding from No. 11 (after debuting at No. 64 two weeks ago). The song surges in all fields that contribute to the Hot 100’s data pool: it climbs 4-1 on Digital Songs (301,000, up 60%), 43-9 on On-Demand Songs (616,000, up 105%) and 68-34 on Radio Songs (34 million, up 79%). The song is likewise the top-gaining track on the mainstream top 40-driven Pop Songs radio airplay chart (28-19, up 95% in plays).
Posted: Wednesday September 26, 2012 @11:46 a.m. PST
K-pop group SHINee is having a contest that is conducted by KBS World to get a chance to have a date with members Key and Jonghyun plus be on the show.
According to KBS WORLD, to celebrate KBS World’s HD conversion, KBS World prepared a special event for international KBS World lovers! ‘World Date with SHINee’.
We are looking for 7 LUCKY international KBS World viewers to join in the program! The winner will have a fun date with Key and Jonghyun of “SHINee” for 3 days and 2 nights in Korea! Plus, the winners will get a chance to appear on KBS World TV.
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According to allkpop, Super Junior’s Leeteuk, 8eight’s Lee Hyun, and Mighty Mouth’s Sanchu’s enlistment dates have all been finalized and it seems we will have to get ready to say goodbye to the three stars this October.
8eight’s Lee Hyun will be entering first as his enlistment date is on October 8th. Leeteuk and Sanchu will then enter for their basic training for five weeks on October 30th.
All three will be serving as active duty soldiers for 21 months after their basic training.
Set in San Francisco, the show chronicles widowed father Danny Tanner, who, after the death of his wife, enlists his best friend Joey Gladstone and his brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis to help raise his three daughters, D.J., Stephanie, and Michelle.
The show originally ran in primetime from September 22, 1987 to May 23, 1995 on ABC. The series ran as part of ABC’s TGIF Friday comedy lineup for its first four seasons before moving to Tuesday nights, where it aired for the remainder of its run. The series originally ran for 8 seasons, and 192 episodes. According to Wikipedia