Theron compares paparazzi intrusion to rape, Gomez travels to Nepal
Friday, May 30, 2014 - 01:18
May 30 - The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Charlize Theron compares paparazzi intrusion to rape, Selena Gomez meets with children in Nepal, and ''Gangnam Style'' is on track to 2 billion YouTube views. Bob Mezan reports.
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Charlize Theron has raised eyebrows for her recent comments. The Oscar winning actress was doing an interview with Britain's Sky News when she compared living under the constant intrusion of the media with rape. When asked if she ever Googles herself, Theron said "When you start living in that world, and doing that, you start feeling raped." Theron continued to say that she wasn't complaining about her life, but rather as a mom of a young son who is targeted by paparazzi.
Selena Gomez met with children in Nepal. The singer visited the country as part of her job as a UNICEF Ambassador. Among other things, Gomez learned of various efforts to prevent death in children and mothers. She also enjoyed some local folk songs and traditional dances.
People are still listening to "Gangnam Style," so much so that the YouTube video is on track to set another record - 2 billion views. The pop song by South Korean singer Psy was released in July 2012 and became the first to earn 1 billion views. As of Friday (May 30), the video was just shy of the 440,000 views needed to hit 2 billion.
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