POST IT NOTES: HOTTEST HEADLINES ON 11/01
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The newly engaged couple is suing Chad Hurley, the co-founder of YouTube, for violating a confidentiality agreement and posting video of their proposal last month. Hurley wasn’t invited, but was allowed to stay because he agreed not to post video or images from the event. But, of course, KimYe allowed cameras from Keeping Up with the Kardashians to film.
In the episode, Oprah meets with the music icon at the famed Apollo Theater for a conversation about her extraordinary career in show business. The music legend discusses the rumored feud with Diana Ross and the Legends Ball that brought them together and what it is like to have her son as her business manager. She also reveals how she is combatting her Type 2 diabetes and the hardest life lesson she had to learn. Tune this Sunday, November 3 at 9PM ET.
The singer/music executive released an official statement on her website to clarify statements made in the movie she claims are false. “Please know that I have never cheated or mislead anyone. I will defend my reputation, accomplishments, and character. My attorney is in the process of demanding a retraction of the false and defamatory statements and scenes about me from VH1.” Click here for the entire statement.
Police and paramedics surrounded a terminal on Friday at Los Angeles International Airport because of a reported shooting. A suspected gunman was in custody following a shooting at Los Angeles airport that killed a TSA officer and wounded two other people.
Mr. West has postponed a number of shows, including performances in Vancouver, Denver and Minneapolis, that could delay the entire Yeezus tour. What’s the hold up? On the way to Vancouver, the vehicle that was carrying a custom-made video truss and 60-ft circular LED screen was in an accident, causing major damage to the equipment.
On Thursday, a federal appeals court not only blocked a judge’s order requiring changes to the New York Police Department’s stop-and-frisk program, but it also removed the judge from the case. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the decisions of Judge Shira Scheindlin will be stayed pending the outcome of an appeal by the city.
The Texas doctor convicted in the death of pop superstar Michael Jackson is suing the state for stripping his right to practice medicine, and his attorney said Thursday that the cardiologist has former patients eager for him to work again. Conrad Murray, who was released from a California jail this week after serving less than two years for involuntary manslaughter in Jackson’s death, accuses the Texas Medical Board of prematurely revoking his license. Murray claims in his lawsuit filed in Austin that his 2011 conviction isn’t final in California until his appeals are exhausted.
The Kinsey Collection: Shared Treasures of Bernard & Shirley Kinsey-Where Art & History Intersect has been touring the country since February. It’s final stop will be at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in Baltimore. The display — sponsored by Wells Fargo– will be open to the public from November 2 through March 2, 2014. “The Kinsey Collection strives to give our ancestors a voice, name and personality, enabling the viewer to understand the challenges, obstacles, triumphs and extraordinary sacrifice of African Americans who’ve greatly contributed to the success of this country,” says Bernard Kinsey, who began collecting for this tour 35 years ago.