It's more than allegations folks, Russell Brand has filed for a divorce with his wife of just over a year, Katy Perry. He has not gone into detail regarding the cause of the divorce, simply stating the standard "irreconcilable differences," Perhaps Katy Kissed a Girl and he didn't like it.
Regardless, the pop-singer and comedian claim that it will not be a sour break-up and that things did not work out for the two of them. They have made a pledge to "...remain friends" and Brand says that they still love each other. I would believe this except, it's Katy Perry and Russell Brand. Who can believe anything that either of them say?
The divorce will likely be finalized in early 2012. Until then, they are currently spending their holiday season on different continents, another sign of their love for one another I suppose.
Staples has recently acquired a license to sell "Dunder Mifflin" brand paper from NBC/Universal. The paper can be purchased for $5 cheaper than their own off-brand paper. The logos are identical to that of the show. Check it out, click below.
Whether we have an old car or a new one, there is always a car on the market that we have our eyes on. It might even be out of our budget, but it catches our eyes every time. I have created my list of the best 5 cars of 2011 based on speed, visual appeal, and popularity. Click the picture of the car to see details from Edmunds.com.
5. Ford Fusion
This is about as American as it comes. It is produced in America with all-American parts and is owned by Ford (a company that did not take the bail-out money). The Ford Fusion is available as a 4-cylinder or you can upgrade to the V6 model for only about $27,000. This car says fast and class, with safety numbers that are rarely defeated.
4. Kia Optima
A year ago I would have laughed at somebody for bringing up the Kia brand. The redesign of the Optima and new features including 3 hybrids is unprecedented. What an improvement.
3. Chevy Cruze
Not the greatest looking car, but Chevrolet's newest member of the family did amazing in sales and is decently fast. Plus, the most expensive model is right around $23,000.
2. Jeep Grand Cherokee
This redesign of an old classic is the only truck to make my list. Chrysler added literally dozens of new features to the vehicle and their extra efforts paid off.
1. 2012 Toyota Camry
Japan wins again. Even though the Camry had very poor numbers in 2010, it was awarded for the umteenth year in a row, JD Power and Associates' award. The numbers scared Toyota and they decided to reinvent what has become an American icon for Dads, Moms, Teens, and everyone in between. The car got an increase in 268 horsepower while maintaining a record at 35MPG's. The new sporty body of the SE model of the Camry also works great as Toyota's recent involvement in NASCAR and NHRA continues to build a new fan base. Toyota did everything perfect with the Camry redesign and is the obvious choice for Best Car in America.
I love the X-Factor in UK. I must admit that I have not watched it as much in the United States, just a few clips here and there. This is why.
I will be adding news in the "TMZ" realm of life real soon.