The Social Climber: LeBron James Surprises Miami Heat With WWE Championship Belts
Feb. 27, 2014
LeBron James Gives Teammates WWE Championship Belts
LeBron James has a royal title on the basketball court, but it seems the one thing the NBA star wanted most was a WWE championship belt.
King James got one and decided to share the love and gifted his Miami Heat teammates with replica belts.
"Always wanted to be the WWE Heavyweight World Champion so today I surprised my teammates with their own for their collection," he wrote on Instagram, along with a photo of the defending NBA champs posing in their new belts.
Carol Alt Talks About Kate Upton
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Supermodel Carol Alt, who appeared on magazine covers before Kate Upton was born, told HuffPost Live she does not understand what all the "hullabaloo" is about the 21-year-old model.
"I like Kate, she's a pretty girl," Alt said. "But all the girls are nice, and all the girls are pretty."
Alt went on to tell HuffPost Live that perhaps social media played a role in the rise of Kate Upton and "that's why she's had more word of mouth than anybody."
Julianne Moore Will Play Ellen Page's Lover
Julianne Moore will play Ellen Page's same-sex partner in one of the first movies Page will star in since she came out as gay.
The film, "Freeheld," is based on the true story of a New Jersey police detective who wasn't able to assign her benefits to her partner after she was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Moore can be seen in "Non-Stop" opening this weekend, where she stars opposite Liam Neeson.
Lisa Kudrow Loses $1.6 Million Lawsuit
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A verdict has been reached in the civil lawsuit filed against Lisa Kudrow by her former manager, who claims he is owed residuals from her days on "Friends."
A 10-2 decision was reached in favor of Scott Howard, who was Kudrow's manager from 1991 to 2007, saying the actress was liable for breach of contract, KABC reports.
The jury awarded the plaintiff $1.6 million for past and future economic losses.
In a statement, Kudrow's attorney Gerald Sauer said, "The jury's verdict is merely one step in the legal process. This case ultimately will be resolved at the appellate level. Ms. Kudrow has faith in the judicial system, and she believes that the eventual outcome of this contractual dispute will be in her favor."