Leonardo DiCaprio sued the French magazine Oops! 8,000 euros for publishing false information. According to Gossip Cop, placed on the cover of the publication numbers for May 13, a joint photo of the actor and singer Rihanna with the caption: “Rihanna is pregnant by Leonardo: he does not want children.” Later, information about pregnancy has not been confirmed.
Seeing the magazine during his trip to Cannes, the actor sued by 18 thousand euros, which he demanded that the publication in damages and compensation for legal costs. It is noted that this amount, according to the French law, is the maximum for such a claim.
Owner log Frederic Truskolaski said in court that the editors did not know for sure about the Rihanna’s pregnancy. “We thought she might be pregnant. We were not sure about this, of course, “- he said. Later, he said that the edition was ready for such a court decision.
In January, it was reported about a love affair between Rihanna and Leonardo DiCaprio. Later, however, the actor denied this information. In late July, DiCaprio started dating model Kelly Rohrbach, which is known in the modeling industry as Legs for her long and slender limbs.
The wait is ova! Rihanna announces the completion of her fourth original studio album, Rated R, out Monday, November 23rd.
Rated R’s first single is called Russian Roulette and the Anthony Mandler-directed video will premiere on ABC primetime. The song was written and produced by fellow Def Jam artist Ne-Yo.
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Katy Perry and Rihanna sit next to each other at the Karl Lagerfeld ready-to-wear show as part of Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2010 on Sunday (October 4) at Jardin des Tuileries in France.
During the show, WWD overheard Rihanna affectionately calling Katy a whore. Fierce glove, RiRi! Sitting second row were Rihanna’s styling team, Mariel Haenn and Rob Zangardi.
Other pictures include Rihanna and Katy posing with designer Jean-Paul Gaultier after his fashion show the day before.
Last night’s shindig was memorable for its good points as well as a few snafus.
Kicking off the show, Madonna gave a monologue about Michael Jackson that was followed by a high-energy tribute to the fallen King of Pop, complete with a performance by Janet Jackson.
And during the Best Female Video Award portion, Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech was cut off by Kanye West, who insisted that Beyonce Knowles should’ve won the trophy.
As for live performances, this year’s show was action-packed, with everyone from Green Day to Lady GaGa to Pink taking the stage. As a grand finale, Jay-Z showed up for a duet with Alicia Keys.
This year’s MTV Video Music Awards winners were:
Video of the Year: Beyonce “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)”
Best New Artist: Lady GaGa “Poker Face”
Best Hip Hop Video: Eminem “We Made You”
Best Male Video: T.I. featuring Rihanna “Live Your Life”
Best Pop Video: Britney Spears “Womanizer”
Best Rock Video: Green Day “21 Guns”
Best Female Video: Taylor Swift “You Belong with Me”
Best Video [That Should Have Won a Moonman]: Beastie Boys “Sabotage”