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Billy Crystal Replacing Eddie Murphy As Oscars Host

 

Despite a social media campaign to have the Muppets host the Oscars this year, the job went to Billy Crystal. Crystal replaces Eddie Murphy, who announced Wednesday that he was stepping down from his hosting duty. “Am doing the Oscars so the young woman in the pharmacy will stop asking my name when I pick up my prescriptions,” the comedian, 63, tweeted yesterday. “Looking forward to the show.” It’ll be the ninth time as emcee of the big show for Crystal. The 84th Academy Awards airs February 26th on ABC.

 

 

 

 

Ex-Publicist Says Kim Kardashian Staged The Wedding

 

Kim Kardashian’s former publicist says the reality TV star staged her entire wedding to rake in a big payday. Jonathan Jaxson says Kim “knew weeks before getting married she didn’t want to do it.” Jaxton went on to add that “she’s never gotten over [ex Reggie Bush].” Jaxson worked with Kardashian from 2007 to 2009. Apparently this wasn’t the first time Kardashian has staged events to make her life seem more “real.” Jaxton says he also staged “several of the moments that the world has seen of her, such as a ring allegedly from Reggie Bush.” “It was calculated to a T and then it was leaked to a magazine” Jonathan revealed. Kim has already been linked to Lance Gross, her co-star in the upcoming film “The Marriage Counselor.”

 

Stephen King Plans To Donate Up To $70,000 To Heat Maine Homes

With federal budget cuts taking a bite out of a charitable fund that helps lower-income residents in Maine heat their homes, author Stephen King has announced plans to help bridge the gap. His Stephen and Tabitha King Charitable Foundation will match up to $70,000 donated to Maine’s heating oil fund, with hopes that they can raise $140,000 total. King no longer lives year-round in Bangor, Maine, but he returns there and owns three local radio stations that will spread the word about the effort. “We’ll match up to $70,000 of the amount raised,” King said. “This economy is terrible and Tabitha and I both worry so much about Bangor because it truly is a working-class town and we are always looking for ways to help, and right now this is a great need.” The average high temperature in Bangor during the winter months is around freezing, with lows averaging around 11 degrees.