Sep 2, 2009
Could “Home Alone” actor Macaulay Culkin be the mysterious father of Michael Jackson’s child “Blanket” That is just what sources are reporting. Read more on this story below.
The late Michael Jackson and Macaulay Culkin have been friends since Culkin was a child. And now it’s being reported that Macaulay donated his sperm to an unidentified surrogate mother, who gave birth to Prince Michael II “Blanket”.
“It is well known Jackson and Macaulay shared a unique bond,” the Sun quoted a source as saying.
“Now rumors are spreading like wildfire that Macaulay, who Jackson nicknamed Mack, is actually Blanket’s biological dad,” the source added.
Friends of Michael Jackson’s have revealed he is not the biological father of any of his three kids: Prince Michael II, Michael, 12, and 11-year-old Paris.
“This isn’t just chitter-chatter, even Culkin suspects he’s Blanket’s father,” the source said.
“So many names have been mentioned as prospective dads, and this is probably the wackiest yet.
“But Jackson and Culkin were best friends. He was one of the few people Jackson really trusted and Mack never let him down.
“Really, Jackson idolized him - that’s why he asked Mack to donate sperm.
“Deep down, I think he always wished Mack was his son. Creating Blanket was the next best thing,” the source added.
But… we may never find out the truth because friends of Culkin’s say he will not go public with issue.
Halle Berry is expecting her second child with her model boyfriend Gabriel Aubry. Read more on Halle Berry’s pregnancy below.
Actress Halle Berry, who welcomed her beautiful daughter Nahla last March, is reportedly three months pregnant. So we were correct when we reported Halle’s suspicious baby bump recently.
“Halle is overjoyed,” a source told Life & Style magazine. “The first time, she struggled so much to get pregnant and eventually conceived through in vitro fertilization. This time, the baby was conceived through artificial insemination.
“She’s just ecstatic to be pregnant again.
“She wasn’t sure if she’d have another baby, so she’s very happy!”
Berry said earlier this year that she is “mentally ready” to add to her brood.
“My mind says ‘yes’,” she said. “But the rest isn’t up to me so we’ll see.”
Whitney Houston made an appearance, her first in years, singing on Good Morning America on Monday. Read more on Whitney’s performance and see video below.
Houston’s voice reportedly cracked as she was singing but she blamed it on a taping she did Monday for ‘Oprah.’ “When I’m talking, I should be singing,” she told the audience.
Whitney performed with lots of energy and yelled out “love you!” during the first line of “Million Dollar Bill,” but she danced instead of singing during the first chorus.
“I love you New York,” she announced at end of the song. “I love you Good Morning America. God bless you all. Thank you for coming, you’re making me feel so good.” She then ran upstage to hug host Diane Sawyer, who Houston called “one of my dearest friends.” Sawyer is the journalist who conducted the infamous “crack is wack” interview in 2002 during which Houston disclosed she had struggled with drug problems. “I’m overwhelmed with love and support, your prayers mean so much to me and I love you all for coming,” Houston told the crowd, adding defiantly, “I never left!”
“Seven years ago, looking in each others’ eyes, it was a very different world then. I was worried for you,” Sawyer told her. “Don’t be worried anymore. If you know God, then don’t be worried,” Houston replied, saying it was “my faith” that brought her here now. “The love and support of my family, which I do have. People who care about you in the good and bad times.” In 2002, Houston told Sawyer, “I partied a lot. Trust me: I partied my tail off. You get to a point where you know the party’s over.”
“I Look to You is about them, all of you all, and that one up there,” she said in Central Park, pointing skyward.
Later in the show Whitney said, “I’m going to do something extra for you, from me to you, this isn’t planned, it’s impromptu,” before starting “My Love Is Your Love.” Singing “See, I got my baby, can you give me a mic, y’all” she welcomed her Bobbi Kristina to the stage to sing a few lines.
“I owe this to my mother. This is the title track to my album, y’all,” Houston said next, before turning to face her mother, Cissy, for the ballad “I Look to You.” “You never left, you stayed, I love you,” she said, looking up with her arms stretched to her sides. After another commercial break she returned bouncing up and down and kicked off “I’m Every Woman,” and had hosts Sawyer and Robin Roberts to join her.
What do you guys think of Whitney Houston’s first performance in years?