Prince William Wants to Start a Family; Phillip Phillips Forced to Postpone Surgery; Celebrity Lawsuits Abound
Posted 05.30.12 by Mandy
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Prince William told Katie Couric in an interview that aired Tuesday night that he is "very keen to have a family." His younger brother, Harry, echoed his sentiments and revealed that he too wants marriage and a family but is waiting for "the right person, someone who’s willing to take on the job." We're pretty sure he'll be successful in his quest, seeing as there are undoubtedly many young ladies who would be interested in the position.
American Idol winner Phillip Phillips was forced to postpone kidney surgery yesterday. The singer has a congenital kidney condition and has already undergone eight surgeries because of it. The surgery on Tuesday was canceled because Phillips had a high fever due to a sinus infection.
Looks like it's a good time to be a lawyer. There's a ton of celebrity-involved lawsuits in the news. Singer and songwriter Mary J. Blige's charity is being hit with two lawsuits. The Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now is accused of not paying its bills. Thirty musicians who performed at a benefit concert last year are claiming their checks bounced, and TD Bank is suing over a $250,000 loan that has gone into default.
Tattoo artist Kat Von D is being sued by State Farm over a house fire. The fire happened back in 2010 and the insurance company paid out over $900,000 in damages. Now State Farm is saying the money wasn't owed because the fire was Von D's fault; it was started by lit candles that were left unattended.
The band No Doubt is taking a video game company to court. The band members claim that Activision Publishing Inc. misled them about how their likenesses would be used in the game "Band Hero." According to the lawsuit, the game turns the band into "a virtual karaoke circus act."
In what is the strangest celeb lawsuit news of the day, Ray J is being sued by L.A. stylist Marc Littlejohn over some clothing that was left in Whitney Houston's hotel room. Littlejohn is claiming that Ray J had borrowed some clothing for a Grammy-related event and then left the clothes in Houston's room the night before she died. According to the lawsuit, the clothes have not been seen since and the stylist has not been paid the $2,880 to cover the cost of the garments.