This entry was posted on Apr 09 2013 by Kai Conacher
Madonna Appeared in a Cub Scout Uniform at The GLAAD Awards Pin It
Madonna appeared in a scout uniform while fighting for gay rights in New York City at the 24th annual Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Awards. The first three events are going to be held current year to award the best of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) representatives among people in media.
As I mentioned above the pop star was dressed in a Cub Scout uniform and started her speech with such words as, “I wanted to be a Boy Scout but they wouldnt let me join I think that’s f-cked up. I can build a fire. I know how to pitch a tent. I can rescue kittens from trees. Lis
This entry was posted on Apr 02 2013 by Kai Conacher
Back in 2004 the first Painkiller game was released to much critical acclaim. The plot centered on a man named Daniel Garner who, after accidentally killing he and his wife in an awful car accident, is stuck in purgatory and trying to earn his way into heaven. The game, released primarily for the PC, was well liked and inspired many expansion packs since the games initial release all the way to 2012.
Now, however, Nordic Games is working on a very unique addition to the series: Painkiller: Hell Damnation is not only a re-make of the original Painkiller, it also acts as a sequel in some instances.
“Since the very beginning, we aimed at creating both continuation and re-imagination of the game universe. W
This entry was posted on Mar 26 2013 by Kai Conacher
Jon Bon Jovi has had hit singles over decades with his self-named band but on a special on Oprah’s Master Class this weekend, the musician retraces his life back to at time when he was just an average kid growing up with big goals.
In the featured sneak peek above, Bon Jovi reveals how he went from throwing his guitar down the basement stairs after an unpleasant lesson to a serious musician after a guitarist who lived across the street straightened him out.
Jon Bon Jovi Opens ‘Pay What You Can’ Restaurant
“Thanks to his encouragement, I stayed with it,” Bon Jovi praises of his former guitar instructor, who taught him how to play songs.
The 50-year-old also describes how he remained grounded after major monuments in his music career such as getting signed by a record company and hearing his first single on the radio.
Jon Bon Jovi Still ‘Alive and Well’
“Each step along the way is just a life lesson in humility,” he says, “and it gives you the ammunition to go on and be excited about the next day”
Bon Jovi’s Oprah’s Master Class special will air this Sunday at 10 p.m.
This entry was posted on Mar 13 2013 by Kai Conacher
Celebrities Tweet About The New Pope Pin It
We have two amazing news to comment today, one is about the newly elected pope and the second is celebrities recent tweets, either about the pope and about their everyday life as well! So, lets start from the pope:
The Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected pope on Wednesday. The name the papal name he chose was, Francis. At the same day he had become first pontiff from the Americas and the first from outside Europe in more than a millennium.
Bergoglio looked stunned, as it was not hard to notice, he shyly waved to the crowd of tens of thousands of people who gathered in St. Peters Square.