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Lindasy Lohan’s clothes sold like “hot cakes”

November 28, 2009

While fashion critics failed to appreciate the actress’s creations, it seems that her clothes line sales are not doing bad at all.

Even if at her debut in the fashion world, Lindsay suffered tough criticism from experts in the field because of her obsession for molded pink outfits, the actress persisted and showed everyone that she’s good at what she does.

Several months ago, the star has been named consultant of the house Emanuel Ungaro and strove to develop the collection of clothing, with the support of the creative director of the house, Estrella Archs.

“Even if there were waves of criticism, I think Lindsay will do better next time,” said Mounir Moufarrige, the company’s president.

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Jordan sold Peter Andre’s dogs

November 1, 2009

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Singer Peter Andre had a nervous breakdown when he realized that his former wife, Katie Price, also known as Jordan, sold the two puppies that he loved so much.

Peter is very worried that he will never be able to see his two bulldogs, Hugo and Pepsi again because Katie gave them away without his knowledge.

It seems that when they divorced, the singer said the only requirements after divorce are the puppies and his car.

A close source told that Peter is very upset, especially because his two children Junior and Princess Tiaamii were obsessed with the puppies.

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Elvis’s hair was sold at an auction for $ 15,000

October 19, 2009

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A piece of hair that belonged to Elvis Presley was sold yesterday at an auction held in Chicago for the amount of $ 15,000.
The strand of hair was put for sale yesterday and had a starting price of 12,000 dollars. The king’s hair was cut in 1958, in the context of preparations for enlistment in the U.S. Army, and belonged until yesterday to a close friend of Elvis.
Along with the strand of hair has been sold a shirt which once belonged to Elvis, for 52,000 dollars. The one who paid $ 15,000 for Elvis Presley’s hair chose to remain anonymous.