Are you ready to have an Internet-connected BABY? Huggies in Brazil just created a new device that connects to a baby's diaper and it TWEETS you when your baby PEES. It's based on the temperature change in the diaper.
For now, it's only available in Brazil but this seems like something that's going to find its way here sooner rather than later.
Somethings a little odd about this.
After Pink came under fire from fans who were upset that she canceled a show in England due to illness and then wasn't able to reschedule it, she posted a long note on her website calling out the haters for hassling her and telling them to kiss her butt. Now, she's also got Kelly Clarkson firmly in her corner, defending her on Twitter.
Reacting to fans complaining about Pink scrapping the show in Birmingham, England last month on doctor's orders, Kelly tweeted to Pink sarcastically, "how dare you only work 364 days this year. I can't believe you got sick. That never happens to anyone ....ever. You're so lazy."
Kelly then added a super-long hashtag about Pink which read, "Name one person that has her schedule, sings while flying and is a mom."
The star then continued, "Seriously people. Tired of seeing everyone giving her crap. We're all human. Relax.”
Kelly is a huge fan of Pink's. In fact, when she complimented Kelly earlier this year on her Grammy speech, Kelly tweeted to her, "this just made my night! I love you!"
They're glamorous, multi-talented, beautiful, powerful women who are adored by millions, but Mariah Carey, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez and Gwen Stefani have something else in common: they're all moms. In fact, they've just made Working Mother magazine's list of the 50 Most Powerful Moms of 2013.
Beyonce is ranked #5 on the magazine's list. The mother of one-year-old Blue Ivy is "arguably the hardest-working mom in show biz," writes the magazine, and details everything that Bey has done since giving birth: singing for the president, performing at the Super Bowl, releasing a documentary, kicking off a world tour and signing a $50 million endorsement deal with Pepsi. The magazine also refers to Beyonce as releasing "a new album, Mrs. Carter," but so far that hasn't happened. Oops.
In at #10 is Mariah, the mother of two-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan, or as her fans know them, "dem babies." The magazine praises Mariah for her burgeoning fragrance empire, as well as for her incredible record sales and her reported $18 million paycheck for American Idol.
Ex-American Idol judge J-Lo is #31 on the list. The mother of five-year-old twins Max and Emme is praised for being a singer, actress, dancer, producer and fashion mogul, as well as for her charity work to bring greater medical access to mothers in the developing world.
Gwen is included on the list at #48. Mother to 6-year-old Kingston and 4-year-old Zuma, Gwen balances taking care of her kids with her jobs as frontwoman of No Doubt, solo artist and fashion designer and mogul. The magazine notes that last year, Gwen told Vogue, "I am a mother. And if you don’t do it right, there are serious consequences.”
Visit WorkingMother.com to see the full list, which also includes Angelina Jolie, Tina Fey, Jessica Simpson and Katie Couric.
Chris Brown and Rihanna have split again.
Chris confirmed on Australia's Kyle and Jackie O radio show Sunday that the two are spending time apart. He explained to the hosts that he wanted to "see as many girls as possible" while celebrating his birthday "solo" in New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
But what about Ri-Ri? Chris, who turned 24 on Sunday, said, "I’m always going to love that person, but people have differences, and people have different wants and needs.”
Chris added, “She's a young girl. I can’t really be focused on wife-ing somebody that young at the end of the day. And I'm young too." Rihanna is 25.