Suri Cruise, 7, Called "a Little Brat," Leah Remini Thought "A Lot" Before Leaving Scientology: Top 5 Stories
Suri Cruise, 7, called a "little brat," Leah Remini thought "a lot" before leaving Scientology, and inside details on what Kate Middleton and Prince William's baby will eat: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Friday, July 12, in the roundup!
If Kate Middleton and Prince William's baby has a palate like his or her parents, then pizza and banana flan will be in high demand at the Palace, former Kensington Palace chef Darren McGrady tells Us Weekly exclusively. McGrady worked full-time with Princess Diana for four years in the '90s (he previously cooked for Queen Elizabeth II for 11 years), and watched both Prince William and Prince Harry grow up. The veteran chef tells Us that the boys had a penchant for sweet things and "comfort foods."
Suri Cruise is only 7 years old. But that didn't stop one "fan" from calling her "a little brat" and a "bitch" when she refused to give him an autograph recently. The exchange, which was caught on tape by photographer Cesar Pena of 247paps.tv, has been making headlines -- and Us Weekly has new details on what really went down. As seen in the video, Suri, mom Katie Holmes, and another young girl emerged from a building in New York City and were immediately swarmed by photographers and autograph seekers. As the trio attempted to make their way to the street, Suri became increasingly agitated. "We're trying to get in the car!" she protested. "Stop it! Get out of the way."
Leah Remini's decision to leave the Church of Scientology has already garnered plenty of attention in the media, but a source tells Us Weekly that the King of Queens actress is hoping to make as clean a break as possible. According to an insider, Remini, 43, is trying to keep a low profile amid all the hubbub about her split with the religion, which boasts many Hollywood practitioners -- Tom Cruise, Elizabeth Moss and John Travolta among them.
With her own home undergoing a massive renovation, Kim Kardashian had a few reservations about moving in with mom Kris Jenner while pregnant with daughter North West. In the July 14 episode of E!'s Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the 32-year-old reality star balks at the idea of bunking with her family -- and big sister Kourtney Kardashian backs her up.
Sharknado became a Twitter sensation when it premiered on the Syfy network on Thursday, July 11. The movie -- about a tornado filled with sharks -- stars Tara Reid, Ian Ziering and Cassie Scerbo. Dozens of celebrities weighed in on the over-the-top flick via the social networking site. "As usual, the beach youths all deserve to die," former MTV News staff Kurt Loder wrote. "Rooting for the sharks #Sharknado." Actor Patton Oswalt joked, "Dear @SyfyTV: please follow up SHARKNADO with PARTLY CLOWNY. Sky. Clowns. Michael Pare (probably)."