Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Have Named Their Baby "North West"
Kim and KANYE WEST'S daughter's name was revealed.
It's . . . wait for it . . . NORTH WEST. No, I promise, I'm NOT lying.
TMZ claims to have seen the birth certificate . . . but E! is reporting that name too. And since they're the network that airs "Keeping Up With the Kardashians", you'd think they'd be the ones to know for sure.
By the way, in March, when we thought "North West" was just a stupid idea the Internet made up, Kim went on "The Tonight Show" and LAUGHED at the name.
When Leno asked her about it, she chuckled, and said, quote, "That is not true. That is not one of the names on our list. But you know what name I DO like? But it probably won't be on [our list] . . .
"I like Easton . . . Easton West? I think that's cute." (Get it? East-and West. It seemed like she was joking about that, too. But apparently she WAS thinking along those lines.)
By the way, it's unclear if they made the middle name DONDA . . . after Kanye's mother, who died in 2007. If it IS North Donda West, it would prove two things: That the name is even stupider than originally thought . . . and secondly, Kanye has this woman wrapped around his finger.
But an anonymous "source" tells E! News that there is NO middle name, and that Kim and Kanye are planning on calling her NORI for short.
When Justin Bieber Stays in a Hotel, He's Always Asking the Staff for More Condoms and Jelly Beans
"Life & Style" magazine is reporting that JUSTIN BIEBER is "always" asking the staff of a New York City hotel for two very important items: CONDOMS and JELLY BEANS.
The magazine has heard from an "insider" at some hotel that Justin regularly hits up in New York City . . . and they had this to say: Quote, "He asked for more intimacy kits with condoms. He always requests condoms . . .
"And jelly beans!"
Justin hasn't responded to this story but I have a hard time believing it. He's got such a huge entourage that I'm sure he's "got a guy" for that.
Some Passionate Taylor Swift Fans Convinced Abercrombie & Fitch to Pull a T-Shirt That Made Fun of Taylor Going from Boyfriend to Boyfriend
A group of TAYLOR SWIFT fans who call themselves "The Swifties" convinced Abercrombie & Fitch to stop selling a T-shirt that mocked Taylor's habit of going from boyfriend to boyfriend.
And the T-shirt wasn't even that bad: It read, quote, "#More boyfriends than T.S."
But the Swifties were having none of it so they launched an online petition asking Abercrombie & Fitch to, quote, "Take it Away . . . Because it's hurtful to Taylor Swift and Swifties everywhere!"
Abercrombie didn't want to mess with the mighty power of the Swifties. According to reports, they PULLED the shirt from its collection after only 95 people had signed it. As of last night, it was up to 117 signatures.
Here's another reason they probably caved. Fans started calling the public relations phone line to whine about the shirt.
The company had to change the greeting to, quote, "Thank you for calling Abercrombie & Fitch public relations. If you are calling regarding the Taylor Swift T-shirt, please note this is no longer available."
Abercrombie even kissed-up to Taylor's fans by putting out this Tweet, "Hey #Swifties, we no longer sell the T-shirt. We (love) Taylor's music and think she's awesome!"
Brad Pitt's Zombie Movie is Up Against the "Monsters Inc." Prequel Today
1. "World War Z" (PG-13)
Brad Pitt plays a former U.N. troubleshooter trying to locate the source of infection during a zombie apocalypse. He has to leave his wife and kids on an aircraft carrier while he goes around the world to see if any other country has found a cure.
It's based on a 2006 novel written by Mel Brooks' son, Max Brooks, and subtitled "An Oral History of the Zombie War".
And the zombies aren't the slow, shuffling type you see on "The Walking Dead". They're runners, like you'd find in a video game, and they can swarm over each other to get over walls and climb buildings.
2. "Monster's University" (G)
Billy Crystal and John Goodman return as Mike and Sully in a "Monsters Inc." prequel that shows how they first met, as college rivals learning to be "scarers." It's expected to easily win the weekend box office and pull in about $80 million. That shouldn't be too hard since it's playing on 400 screens more than "World War Z", in over 4,000 theaters.
Ray Romano Will Return to "Parenthood" Next Season
Word has it RAY ROMANO will return to "Parenthood" for the show's upcoming fifth season. He joined the cast last year, playing Hank Rizzoli . . . the boss of LAUREN GRAHAM'S character, Sarah.
Supposedly, he's doing another 12 to 15 episodes. He was in 14 last season.