Los Angeles, April 19 (IANS) Former NBA star Lamar Odom is blaming his estranged wife Khloe Kardashian and the reality TV show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” for his downfall.
According to a source, the former professional basketball player feels his life was destroyed since he met Khloe and began appearing on her family’s reality show, reports radaronline.com.
According to the source, watching Kobe Bryant’s final game with the Los Angeles Lakers on April 13 was a revelation for Lamar. The 36-year-old realised how much his life had changed for the worse and blamed Khloe, her family and their reality shows.
“Lamar said that he was so happy playing for the Lakers and playing with Kobe and his life started to fall apart after he met Khloe,” the source claims.
“When he met her and started appearing on all of Kris Jenner’s reality shows, that’s when he started to go off the rails. Lamar blames Khloe and her family. Being on the shows was the beginning of his terrible times,” added the insider.
Arnold Schwarzenegger trains son Joseph Baena
Los Angeles, April 19 (IANS) It seems like actor Arnold Schwarzenegger wants his son Joseph Baena to be as though as him. The “Terminator Genisys” actor took the 18-year-old to the gym to do some heavy exercise.
Schwarzenegger was spotted at Gold’s Gym in Venice, California last weekend, training his son by asking him to pump iron.
In some photographs obtained by tmz.com, the 68-year-old actor was seen standing behind his son wearing a grey T-shirt and blue pants as he encouraged Joseph to keep working out.
Meanwhile, Joseph was seen stretching his back on a board as he lifted a pair of dumbbells. He rocked a red T-shirt complete with several bands on his wrist.
Joseph is Schwarzenegger’s son with his former housekeeper Mildred Baena, who had worked with the family for more than 20 years.
News of the actor’s affair with the maid first surfaced in 2011 after he and his ex-wife Maria Shriver announced their split after 25 years of marriage.
India on my travelling list: Alfred Enoch
Los Angeles, April 19 (IANS) Actor Alfred Enoch, who is currently seen as Wes Gibbon in the second season of drama TV series “How to Get Away with Murder”, says he likes to travel across the world and India is definitely on his wish list.
“I would love to come (to India), especially because I have never been and I like travelling, so it’s absolutely on my list. The problem, a good problem to have is that at the minute, we’re busy,” Enoch said in a statement.
“I have always imagined India as loud, I have a friend, who is currently living in Mumbai and she has told me about the noise but she loves it,” he added.
“How to Get Away with Murder” is aired in India on Star World.
David Hasselhoff ‘fighting’ to protect retirement savings
Los Angeles, April 19 (IANS) Actor David Hasselhoff is fighting in court to protect his retirement savings against his ex-wife Pamela Bach.
The “Baywatch” actor is asking a judge to cut off spousal support to Bach, from whom he divorced in 2006, reports tmz.com.
Hasselhoff said in his legal documents that he is getting to the age where retirement should be looming. However, the 63-year-old actor says he is looting his retirement account because his $112,000 monthly earning is not enough to cover his expenses and spousal support.
He has been paying $21,000 a month for nearly 10 years. He claims his ex-wife has made absolutely no effort to become self-supporting as she is a talented actress and producer who could easily get a job.
Hasselhoff and Bach tied the knot in 1989 before splitting in 2006. They are parents to two daughters 26-year-old Taylor Ann and 24-year-old actress Hayley Amber.
Hasselhoff has been dating 34-year-old Hayley Roberts since 2011.
James Franco ‘trapped’ by acting
Los Angeles, April 19 (IANS) Actor James Franco felt “trapped” by acting.
Franco returned to education in 2006 when he enrolled in UCLA in California as an English major and has subsequently studied and taught a number of other courses, and admits one of the reasons he went back to school was to branch out creatively, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“One of the reasons that I went back to school — and then many schools — was that when I only had acting, I felt trapped,” Franco told New York magazine.
“I think that’s how a lot of people feel in a lot of professions. When I went to Yale for my Ph.D. in literature, I had fellow students — great students, writing incredible papers — come up to me and say, “I’m so jealous of you. I’m writing this paper. If I get it published, 50 people will read it,” he added.