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The Rock-itt : November 2011
Michael Jackson’s eldest son, Prince Michael Jackson will step into the limelight solo for the first time next month to attend an auction to assist disadvantaged children, a cause very close to his father’s heart. The 14 year old will be present for the sale of Michael Jackson’s handwritten composition of his hit Bad. All tributes will go towards the Tributes to Bambi Foundation. Victoria Beckham’s baby Harper Seven is already developing a soft spot for high fashion. The former Spice Girl took the nine week old to New York’s fashion weeks and is convinced she shares her passion for shopping. “W e went into Prada, and she loved it, it’s like she was saying “mummy I’m hom e”. Celebrity fashion stylist, Rachel Zoe has revealed she cried for a week when she found out she was having a boy. The 40 year old style queen spoke out about her initial disappointment about the bub’s sex during the premiere episode of her reality show, Bravo. Matt Damon has said he has no interest in running for political office in an interview with New York magazine. The 40 year old star said that despite his interest in politics, acting remained his number one love. Even being a big celebrity actor doesn’t guarantee you atableata restaurant. Just ask John Travolta. The Pulp Fiction actor was told he would have to queue like a normal person if he wanted a fried chicken fix after he tried to make a booking at the W est Sussex branch of the fried food chain. Lindsay Lohan has been turned away from her first community service shift in L.A. because she was an hour late. The troubled actress was led out of a courtroom in handcuffs after her probation was revoked for failing to complete community service. The judge ordered her to try again, this time at a city morgue. Michael Douglas’s imprisoned son, Cameron Douglas, has pleaded guilty to a new drug charge, admitting he managed to get drugs in prison even while he was cooperating with the government in a drug investigation. Muscleman turned governor, Arnold Schwarzanegger is returning to the movies. He is on the New Mexico set of the Last Stand playing the star role of a border sheriff.