K-pop idol EunB from Ladies' Code dies and George Clooney to direct a film
Plus Adam Levine's impressive musical impressions and Kim Kardashian's correct name
K-Pop singer EunB from Ladies Code passes away due to car accident
Yesterday morning, it was reported that South Korean K-pop singer, EunB from girl group Ladies' Code had passed away due to a tragic car accident.
The 21 year-old was in the van alongside with her other four members Ashley, RiSe, Sojung and Zuny, travelling towards Incheon when the severe crash happened. Investigations suggest the van may have slipped and crashed into a wall due to wet road resulting in the death of EunB.
Two of the other four members, Sojung and RiSe, were rushed to St. Vincent Hospital and are currently in I.C.U, while the rest of the passengers including two more members, Zuny and Ashley, the manager and the stylist were safe and had no big injuries.
It's Kim Kardashian WEST, sir
Besides making our jaws drop yesterday by wearing a custom-designed haute couture gunmetal skirt by Ralph & Russo with an Atsuko Kudo latex bodysuit, the reality star was awarded GQ's Woman of The Year. But Kim Kardashian still found a way to be irritated. It seems the presenter, British GQ editor Dylan Jones, didn't get the memo of her #MrsWest name change.
"She is quite simply one of the most famous women in the world ... She's glamorous, omnipotent and beautiful. She's properly Coca Cola famous ... Who else could we give it to this year? Ladies and gentleman, please give a huge GQ round of applause for our Woman of the Year: Kim Kardashian."
The 33 year-old came up on the podium all smiley when she hit the microphone before she began her speech, "It's Kim Kardashian West though." Ouch.
George Clooney to direct a movie based on Murdoch phone hacking scandal
George Clooney has a lot on his plate with his upcoming wedding and now he's planning to direct an adaptation of the book Hack Attack written by Guardian journalist Nick Davies, based on the infamous phone hacking scandal.
“This has all the elements – lying, corruption, blackmail – at the highest levels of government by the biggest newspaper in London,” George said in a statement. “And the fact that it’s true is the best part. Nick is a brave and stubborn reporter and we consider it an honour to put his book to film.”
We couldn’t imagine anyone else except George directing this adaptation. Besides, the silver fox is familiar with the idiosyncrasies of the British media, as he was last seen giving a piece of his mind to the Daily Mail, few months back.
Angelina Jolie's former lover Jenny Shimizu marries partner Michelle Harper
Looks like Jenny Shimizu doesn’t want to be the last one unmarried as she and her socialite girlfriend, Michelle Harper finally tied the knot last week as well.
The Calvin Klein model got involved with Angelina when they met on set of Foxfire back in 1996, while Angelina was still married to her first husband, Jonny Lee Miller.
"I would probably have married Jenny Shimizu if I hadn't married my husband," Angelina said back in 1997, "I fell in love with her the first second I saw her."
Ah, young love.
Adam Levine aces musical impressions at The Tonight Show
Sometimes Adam Levine can be a complete d-bag, but sometimes he can be a cool guy. Last night, the Maroon 5 vocalist appeared onThe Tonight Show and showcased a hidden talent in a musical impressions battle with Jimmy Fallon.
The two were given random songs to sing with unrelated styles. From singing nursery rhyme Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes as Frank Sinatra to singing Magic!'s Rude as Bob Dylan, it was Adam's ace impression of Michael Jackson singing Sesame Street's theme song that hit the ball out the park. Watch the hilarious clip below:
If Adam were to release an album of impressions, we'd totally buy it. Hope he includes the longer version Michael Jackson's Sesame Street theme song.