Jaden, Willow Smith move out of family home
Jada Pinkett Smith's children have moved out of the family home.
The Magic Mike XXL star has revealed that her kids Jaden, 18, and Willow, 16, who she has with her husband Will Smith have flown the nest, but quipped that she doesn't have "time to miss them".
She told the new issue of Haute Living magazine: "It's funny, they're not around, but they are! ...
"I don't even have time to miss them! Willow loves to call me every day, and even Jaden, when he's away on set, still needs to see Will and I when he gets homesick."
Meanwhile, Willow previously revealed that her parents had inspired her to want to change the world.
She said: "They always give back what people give to them. And sometimes they keep giving and giving and giving. And some people don't feel like they need to give anything back because it's like, 'Oh, if you're famous, you can just keep giving, and it doesn't matter.'
"It's not just about money. It's not just about giving people gifts or whatever. What my parents have given to me is not anything that has to do with money or success or anything that society says people should be focusing on. It's something spiritual that only certain people can grasp and accept. And that's how I act and move in the world today."
Kim Kardashian West is not impressed with Kanye West's Instagram skills.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star says her husband is "not the best photographer," and recalled one particular incident when they tried to go out at 3 a.m. in Tokyo to get pictures for Kim's Instagram feed.
Speaking at the Forbes Women's Summit in New York City, she said: "Kanye and I woke up at 3 a.m., and we couldn't get back to sleep. I said, 'let's go into this town in Tokyo where there are all these bright lights, let's go take all these pictures and we'll post them on social media and it will look so cool.'
"We tried to do it, and it was such a mess, and he just was not the best photographer. I was like, 'You ruined what my social media was going to look like.' So we scrapped that shoot, but we got the good experience."
It comes after it was claimed Kanye deleted his social media profiles because he felt they weren't "healthy" for him.
An insider said at the time: "He wasn't using social media that often, and it wasn't necessary for his creative process. It wasn't a healthy outlet for him. He's in a different place now. [He] is trying to focus on stuff that matters."
And Kim admits she feels 'pressure' to use social media.
She said: "Social media is the most important tool to building your brand. Social media requires you to be authentic and listen, especially when it comes to building your brand." ...
Katy Perry went through a "horrible" and "intense" period after the release of 'Teenage Dream'.
The Chained to the Rhythm singer enjoyed great success with her third LP which became only the second album after Michael Jackson's Bad to feature five number one singles when it was released in 2010, but the surge in her popularity also heightened the scrutiny she was under.
While some parts of that time were "amazing and beautiful", Katy who split from husband Russell Brand in late 2011 found the attention difficult.
She said: "I was just kind of like a deer in headlights a little bit.
"I was like, does this happen to people? Like, is this normal?
"When people are just talking about Teenage Dream, I'm like, 'please talk to me when you've done that.' And lived through it. Because it was f...... intense, and amazing and beautiful and horrible all at the same time."
The I Kissed a Girl hitmaker who has also previously dated the likes of John Mayer and Orlando Bloom admits her previous saucy image stemmed from a fear of intimacy.
She explained to the New York Times newspaper: "I used to be scared of intimacy, I used to use my sexualisation as attention. I used to oversexualise myself because that was the only way I knew how."
But now Katy has changed her perspective after having a "full sexual liberation" by resolving issues with her father, pastor Keith Hudson.