Mariah Carey has revealed that she and her husband Nick Cannon did not engage in sexual activity until their wedding night. "It's not that we had no intimacy. It's just me, and my feelings," the singer told WENN. "I definitely don't want to push it on anybody else. But we both have similar beliefs, and I just thought that it would be so much more special if we waited until after we were married. And it was, and it still is."
Rihanna scared fans at a Thursday night concert in Sydney, Australia after running off stage in apparent physical pain in the middle of her finale. Her rep, Amanda Silverman, says the singer is doing fine now and was to resume her tour schedule on the continent. She had just been lowered down to the stage by a harness and joined by her boyfriend Chris Brown for their remix of "Umbrella." Rihanna periodically held her stomach during the song before suddenly doubling over and bolting off-stage, still clutching her abdomen. Brown was forced to complete the show's finale alone. "It was very hot at the venue, so after Rihanna's set was over, she went off stage and needed to sit down, catch her breath and have some water," Silverman explained. "She is perfectly healthy and will be at her show tomorrow." However if you watch the video, Chris Brown is wearing a sweatshirt. How hot could it have been?
Vanessa Hudgens and Miley Cyrus aren't the only Disney girls in trouble with questionable photos. There's a new Disney photo scandal and this time, it's a Cheetah Girl. Adrienne Bailon (formerly of 3LW) had some naughty, nude pictures of her booty on her laptop. That computer went missing for several hours last month at JFK Airport in New York. The laptop was returned later that day but not before someone copied the photos off her hard drive. The added bonus is that Adrienne is dating Kim Kardashian's little brother Robert. These pictures were supposedly meant as an anniversary gift for him. It is fair to mention that she is 25 years old, however she is still a representative for Disney.
If the nation has evolved enough to elect its first black president, surely it would accept an African American woman in the role of white superhero Wonder Woman. At least, that's what Beyonce is banking on. "What would be better than Wonder Woman?" she tells the Los Angeles Times of her dream role. "It would be great. And it would be a very bold choice. A black Wonder Woman would be a powerful thing. It's time for that, right?" She has already met with representatives at DC Comics and Warner Bros. to discuss donning the red, white and blue bathing suit on screen. "After doing these roles that were so emotional I was thinking to myself, 'OK, I need to be a superhero,'" Beyoncé tells the Times. Her interest in the role got a boost earlier this year when she saw Lynda Carter's iconic costume on display at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. "I would definitely have to keep it right for that costume," she says. "But I love Wonder Woman and it'd be a dream come true to be that character. It sure would be handy to have that lasso."