Pippa, Paris, Paps and Pistols
It's not all tip-top etiquette for the royal sister-in-law -- or at least not for her driver. Pippa Middleton was mobbed by paparazzi while being driven from a costume party in Paris for her designer friend Arthur de Soultrait earlier this week. The man driving the car Middleton was seen in then pointed a gun at photographers, prompting panic. The event comes only days after Mohamed Merah used a .45 caliber Colt postal to kill seven people in the south of France. Now, Middleton may be called into questioning by the French police -- though it still remains unclear whether or not the driver's gun was real or faux.
Blast from the Past
Former That 70's Show co-stars Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were spotted together on what appeared to be a day-long date over the weekend. Kutcher and Kunis -- who both starred in separate films last year about friends who start having casual sex -- were spotted furniture shopping in Los Angeles before eating sushi at Asanebo later that night. Though sources from Kunis' camp are denying that the two are more than friends, neither stars have commented on their status.
Kanye Takes on Theraflu?
Novartis, the pharmaceutical company behind popular cold-remedy Theraflu, was up in arms earlier this week over Kanye West's use of their brand name in his newest track -- which some are calling a diss track to Kim Kardashian's ex, Kris Humphries. Novartis stated: "We in no way endorse or approve of the references or use of the image and likeness of Theraflu in this manner." West has since renamed the track "Way Too Cold," but the people over at Theraflu claim that no one formally requested a change to West's track, quipping: "Novartis Consumer Health did not ask that the name be changed -- that request would be way too cold."
Natalie Portman and Johnny Depp are featured in Paul McCartney's new video for his single "My Valentine." In it, the two actors perform McCartney's lyrics in sign language, proving yet again that their gobsmacking beauty isn't just on the outside. McCartney's latest album Kisses on the Bottom was released last February.
Harry Potter author JK Rowling has announced that she's working on an extensive encyclopedia of her magical world. While her first adult novel The Casual Vacancy is due to hit shelves in September, Rowling doesn't seem ready to give up on her mega-successful children's franchise yet. "For a long time I have been promising an encyclopedia of Harry's world," the author, 46, said on her website. "And I have started work on this now...It is likely to be a time-consuming job, but when finished I shall donate all royalties to charity."