Sep 19, 2008
Clearly enjoying her international travels, Rihanna was spotted out and about in Paris, France earlier today (September 19).
The “Take a Bow” babe looked sharp as she left the Hotel Murano, sporting a purple and grey sweater teamed with a pair of grey stretch pants and an oversized black leather purse.
And of course, no visit to the City of Lights would be complete without a round of retail therapy, something to which Rihanna is no stranger.
The paparazzi caught up to her on the prowl for some new duds, looking sexy in a black tank top underneath a black vest with dark wash jeans and black leather boots.
Now that she’s returned from her “Ugly Betty” gig in NYC, Lindsay Lohan is taking full advantage of her time with Samantha Ronson.
And the two paparazzi darlings were spotted out for a walk last night (September 18) in a Los Angeles neighborhood, though they weren’t especially pleased with the photogs.
As for Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama’s recent remarks about LiLo, Michael Lohan is firing back with some pretty biting words.
According to a FOX Pop Tarts report, Daddy Lohan told press, “For Barack Obama to condemn my daughter for past indiscretions when he admitted to the exact same himself is indicative of what kind of president he would be.”
He continued, “His visions of a positive future for this country should be representative of a positive future for people as well. It is looking beyond the difficult times and letting go of the past. Obviously, Obama can do this for himself and not others, when in fact a good president should have hope for all.”
“Lindsay is gifted — she has a wonderful heart and she can and will affect millions of people in a very positive way. She is here to stay. Obama might have eight years, and then he will be giving lectures. Who knows, maybe Lindsay will give him a part in one of her movies.”
Hip-Hop mogul Percy Miller, formerly known as Master P, has announced the launch of a new women and girls clothing line called Miller Peaches, according to AllHipHop.com.
The line, which will retail for anywhere between $10-$20 dollars, specializes in stretch denim for women with curvier physiques. The female apparel will also cater to plus-sizes, says the New Orleans native.
"P. Miller truly is a complete lifestyle brand, which now includes P. Miller Designs for young men, Miller Peaches for young women, Kids, Shoes and Accessories lines," Miller said in a statement. "This brand seeks to clothe the entire family from head to toe and target the African American and Hispanic minority customers and make history by being a quality, affordable, urban lifestyle brand for the community."
Miller also revealed a nationwide search for a spokesmodel for Miller Peaches will take place via his Better Black TV Network.
"We are looking for The Miller Peaches Great American Girl... is it you?" asked Miller. "Tell us what makes you The Miller Peaches Great American Girl for a chance at an opportunity with our national advertising campaign for Miller Peaches clothing."
Miller Peaches is expected to be sold in Wal-Mart's nationwide, alongside other P. Miller Designs.
Hip-Hop star Pharrell joins a cast of celebrities in a new $300 million dollar advertising campaign being launched by technology giant, Microsoft.
On September 4, Microsoft debuted two spots featuring comedian and spokesman Jerry Seinfeld and company founder Bill Gates, as part of the biggest ad spend in the company’s history, according to AllHipHop.com.
One advertisement features Seinfeld and Gates shoe shopping while engaging in idle chatter and the second features Seinfeld and Gates engaged in conversation at a blue collar family’s dinner table.
Despite being on the air for less than two weeks, the company is pulling the ads, in favor of a new campaign featuring Williams, Deepak Chopra and actress Eva Longoria.
A Microsoft spokesman said the ad campaign was "completely in accordance" with the company’s plans and denied that a lukewarm response from consumers was to blame for the change.
The "second phase" of Microsoft’s ad campaign featuring Pharrell have the tagline: "Windows. Life without walls."
Microsoft has tapped Williams’ marketing power in the past, as the hit making rapper/producer helped launch the company’s game "Halo 3" in the United Kingdom.
It is not clear if Seinfeld, who was paid $10 million dollars to endorse Microsoft, will be featured in the print version of the advertisements, which are scheduled to debut this Fall.