Entertainment Briefs

By Danielle Alio
February 10, 2010

Documentary to air on celebrity climb of Africa’s Mt. Kilimanjaro

Last month celebrities such as Jessica Biel, Isabel Lucas and Emile Hirsch made it to the top of one of the world’s tallest mountains.  The seven-day expedition was entitled Summit on the Summit and its purpose was to raise awareness of the clean-water crisis.  The documentary of the climb will air on March 14 on MTV.  Viewers will be able to watch the celebrities brave harsh weather and health conditions as well as watch them decontaminate the water of local villages.

Kardashian family makes Super Bowl a family event

Kim Kardashian along with her mom, brother and Kris Jenner traveled to Miami to support Reggie Bush in his fight to win the Super Bowl.  Bush and the Saints were victorious, making the season worthwhile.  Kardashian got to witness this past season first hand because of her relationship with Bush.  Kardashian said that Bush has waited his whole life to win a Super Bowl.  The Kardashian family as well as the Bush family went out together before the big game.

Jennifer Aniston celebrates being 41 years old

Jennifer Aniston has gone down to Mexico to celebrate her birthday.  She rented a waterfront villa with some friends of who included Courtney Cox, David Arquette, Sheryl Crow and Gerard Butler.  Aniston and Butler have been seen spending a lot of time together since last month’s Golden Globes.

Kate Gosselin to release third book

On April 13, Kate Gosselin is set to release her third book entitled “I Just Want You to Know: Letters to My Kids on Love, Faith and Family.” The book will join Gosselin’s other two books, “Multiple Blessings” and “Eight Little Faces,” which were New York Times bestsellers.  The new book will contain letters to each of her children, prayers and personal journal entries.

Rapper Drake preparing for upcoming tour

Drake is preparing for his first solo tour in North America.  The tour will be called “The Away From Home Tour” and will begin on April 6.  The tour is also being called the “Campus Consciousness Tour” because 15 stops will be at colleges and universities in order to promote eco-friendliness. The tour will stop in cities such as New Orleans, Boston and Orlando.

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Danielle Alio

Danielle Alio
Cabrini College '12
The Loquitur Manging Editor
LOQation Executive Producer
WYBF FM - On Air DJ/Assistant Production Director
Cabrini College Theater-Stage Crew/Actress

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