Beyonce's documentary; Italian mag prints more Kate pics
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 - 01:35
Feb. 13 - The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Beyonce premieres documentary, Italian tabloid publishes pictures of pregnant Kate Middleton and Eric Church leads Country Music Award nominations. Lindsay Claiborn reports.
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Beyonce is inviting fans into her world with a new documentary called "Life Is But A Dream." The pop star walked the red carpet on Tuesday (February 12) in New York to launch the film, which will air on cable channel HBO. The 31-year-old has been front and center in recent weeks, performing at President Obama's inauguration and making a splash as the half-time show for the Super Bowl. Also on the carpet was Oprah Winfrey, would said she had to come out to support her friend. "Life Is But A Dream" will air on HBO on February 16.
An Italian magazine ignored the protests of Britain's royal family on Wednesday (February 13), publishing pictures of Prince William's pregnant wife Kate in a blue bikini on a private island. The gossip magazine Chi, owned by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, defended its decision to splash pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge showing off her "rounded belly" by implying they were taken in public. The six-page insert headlined "Kate & William - Honeymoon for three" is not the first time Chi has earned the ire of the British royals. In September it published topless pictures of the duchess.
Singer-songwriter Eric Church grabbed the lead in one of the biggest events in country music on Wednesday (February 13) with seven nominations for the Academy of Country Music Awards. Church was nominated as Male Vocalist of the Year and received his second consecutive nod for Album of the Year. Newcomer Hunter Hayes garnered six nominations, including New Male Vocalist of the Year and Video of the Year for "Wanted." Hunter is new to the country scene, having released his self-titled debut album last year. Country music favorites Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert each received five nominations.
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