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Saturday, October 09, 2004

Rod Stewart Instructed Daughter Not To Pose Nude

Veteran rocker Rod Stewart's daughter Kimberly has revealed that her father has strictly instructed her not to pose nude.

The stunning model said that Rod always makes her promise that she wont go totally naked before she leaves home for any photo shoot.

"Dad checked it wasn't a nude shoot before I posed for this," Britain's Loaded magazine quoted Kimberly as saying.

"I told him about it and he said, 'You're not going in the nude!' And I was like, 'No, of course not!' I would never go to a shoot and take it all off," she added.

Hmm and Ozzy Osbourne's son Jack Osbourne has Kimberly's breast implants framed on his wall.

Britney Fired Manager

Pop princess Britney Spears decided to dump her manager Larry Rudolph, after he reportedly interfered in her marital affairs.
On Thursday Rudolph announced that he and Spears had "mutually agreed not to renew their nine-year management relationship."
Rudolph took Spears under his wing when the popstar was 13-years-old and he helped launch her career.

Britney's spokeswoman Leslie Sloane revealed the singer had a busy Thursday - she also filed her marriage licence.
"All the proper paperwork was dealt with today, filed, done. It's all legal," Spears' Sloane said.
Spears, 22, and dancer Kevin Federline, 26, exchanged vows in a secret wedding ceremony in Los Angeles last month. But as People magazine published exclusive photos of event, rival magazine US Weekly cast doubt on the legitimacy of the nuptials, reporting it had obtained documents showing the whole ceremony was fake.

Saturday, October 02, 2004

Dangerous John Lennon

More than two decades after his death, John Lennon is apparently still a threat to national security-or so the FBI still contends.

Rejecting the US government's assertions of national security, US District Judge Robert Takasugi brought to a close a 23-year battle waged by Jonathan Wiener, a California professor who requested the information for a book he was writing, shortly after Lennon was murdered.

The FBI famously followed the former Beatle in the early 1970s, amassing a thick file on Lennon after he moved to New York with wife Yoko Ono in 1971. Lennon, the most overtly political of the Beatles, protested the Vietnam War, staged bed-ins for peace, recorded the anthemic "Give Peace a Chance" and "Imagine" and publicly supported such counterculture figures as Abbie Hoffman, all while ingesting large quantities of drugs.

Government lawyers are "reviewing the court's ruling," US Department of Justice spokesman Charles Miller said after Tuesday's ruling. The US government has 60 days to announce whether it will appeal the ruling.

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