Buzzmakers: The Queen's Jubilee & Paris Jackson
By ETONLINE STAFF
June 09, 2012
What had ET readers buzzing this week?
For only the second time in its history, the UK is celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of a monarch. The UK has been celebrating the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's ascension to the throne. From star-studded concerts, to boat parades and street celebrations in London, revelers have been keeping the festivities going for their dear queen!
Check out some of the pics of the momentous occasion here!
Michael Jackson's daughter Paris opens up to Oprah Winfrey about having her face covered while growing up in the shadow of her famous father.
"I was really confused, I didn't get why I was wearing a mask," Paris tells Oprah in an interview for Oprah's Next Chapter, airing Sunday June 10 on OWN.
"But I understand it now... why my dad would want our faces to be covered," she says, adding that concealing all his children's identities was an attempt by her father to give them the "normal childhood" he never had.
Django Unchained, Quentin Tarantino's hugely anticipated follow-up to Inglourious Basterds doesn't arrive until Christmas Day, but right now you can unwrap a sneak peek here!
Django Unchained follows a former slave-turned-bounty hunter (Jamie Foxx) who sets out to rescue his wife (Kerry Washington) from a ruthless plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio) with the help of his mentor, German-born bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz).
Don Johnson, Bruce Dern, Walton Goggins, James Remar, Franco Nero, RZA and Samuel L. Jackson also star.
Hilary Duff is oozing the new mom glow from every pore since giving birth to son Luca Cruz slightly over two months ago.
"I personally won't be breastfeeding my child that long," she told ETonline in comparison to the now-famous Time magazine cover, "but I don't have judgment towards anyone how they want to do it. It's their family, their rules." The first-time mommy has embraced advice from her mom, pediatrician, and books, but is sure to tailor everything to the perfect fit for her baby.
Baby Luca sure is the center of attention in the Duff family. Aside from bonding with his mom and grandma, he has a very special, affectionate aunt. Sister Haylie Duff "is very greedy," Hilary teased. But, when things get smelly and dirty, Luca is handed back to his mommy. "I don't think [Haylie] loves diaper changing," Hilary laughed.
The extra helping hands give Hilary a little time off to hit the gym. Motivated to shed the baby weight, she realizes it may not be realistic for her to drop 60 pounds as quickly as Beyonce. "I'm really impressed by her," she complimented. "It's different than losing weight than if you've just gained weight and you're trying to lose. Having a baby, your body purposely puts that weight on and it takes nine months to get there and it definitely takes a lot of hard work to get it off."
Channeling her own energized Sasha Fierce, Hilary is relying on spinning, circuit training, and pilates four times per week. At a recent concert, music superstar Beyonce told the crowd she's limited herself to lettuce, while Hilary is carefully monitoring her own balanced diet that is high in protein with plenty of fruits and vegetables.
For much more from Hilary's interview with ET, click here.
Sherri Shepherd fell knee deep into a barrage of cyber bullying earlier this week, from simple name calling to death threats, and the actress has plans of filing a police report to make sure that at least one of her tormentors faces consequences for their actions.
The sequence of events was documented in real time via the actress' Twitter account. It all started just a couple of hours ago when Shepherd retweeted a message from @DaCloneKiller who wrote that "somebody should drag [Shepherd] in a back alley and rape [her]."
Shepherd responded with a tweet of her own, writing, "I am going 2 file a police report 4U threatening me. And so help me God, when I find out where U live, charges will follow."
This compelled the TV personality to use the hateful message to exemplify the importance of the anti-bullying movement in America, writing, "This type of bullying is one of the reasons children are killing themselves b/c there's no consequences for the bully(ies)."
While the message was well-received by some, others added to the antagonistic spirit of the first tweeter, as one follower told Shepherd, "I HOPE YOU DIE OF DIABETES."
It was at this point that Shepherd decided to get the authorities involved. "On my way to the police station," she wrote. "Will let you know what they say when I get back."