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Celebrities Don't Have Obamacare's Back

Participating celebrities will share photos of themselves wearing the T-shirts on their social media platforms, encouraging followers to do likewise. The HRC says all net proceeds from shirt sales will go to a fund supporting gay-rights efforts in Russia. "We stand with Russia's LGBT community and their allies," said HRC President Chad Griffin. "We are committed to doing as much as we possibly can to support their efforts to repeal this heinous law." According to the HRC, other celebrities joining the T-shirt campaign include Jonah Hill, Jaime Lee Curtis, Kristen Bell, Fergie, Kelly Osbourne, Kevin Bacon, Doutzen Kroes, view Anthony Bourdain, Tim Gunn, Todd Glass, Amanda Leigh Dunn, Ana Matronic, Olympic swimmer Craig Gibbons, NBA basketball player Jason Collins, country singer Maggie Rose and soccer players Jozy Altidore, Lori Lindsey and Megan Rapinoe. The law banning "propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations among minors" was enacted in June. Gay-rights activists have asked the International Olympic Committee to call for the law's repeal ahead of the Winter Olympics, to be held in Russia in February. <br>Source:

Happy sharing! Whats Your Reaction? 0 0 0 0 0 0 The O.C. star Ben McKenzie has officially joined Instagram! The actor is just one of the feeds to join an ever-growing list of famous faces who are using the social networking app to take cool snaps and videos of their various adventures. <br>Source:

Instead of yolks, I use the egg white, so its rich but not quite as heavy. Hes running for the Robin Hood Foundation, which aims to end poverty in New York. Its an incredibly powerful charity, he says. Bastianich has a plan for when he feels he should slow down. When I need a little inspiration, I run up next to the sidewalk where hopefully I get recognized, he says. Its great when people shout your name. His favorite part of the course? I love running through the short part of Queens, because I was born and raised in Queens, Bastianich says. <br>Source:

Shilpa Shetty Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty accused fellow housemates British actor Jade Goody and model Danielle Lloyd of hurling racially-tinged insults at her during her stint on the show Celebrity Big Brother in 2007. Shilpa eventually won the show with a huge margin, with the racism issue helping her cause. Jade Goody Jade Goody's entry into Bigg Boss Season 2 was controversial because of her history with Shilpa Shetty on the show Big Brother. She was diagnosed with cervical cancer while on the show, and died in 2009. Rahul Mahajan Rahul Mahajan courted controversy during Bigg Boss Season 2, as he romanced two co-contestants Payal Rohtagi and Monica Bedi at the same time. <br>Source:

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Celebrities who courted trouble in reality shows

He wore lots of ponytails," Diaz said of Snoop on " Lopez Tonight ." When speaking of Diaz, Snoop said, "She was fly and she was hip." Jennifer [read] Aniston and Chaz Bono have known each other since performing arts school. Angela Weiss/Getty, Jason Merritt/Getty Jennifer Aniston and Chaz Bono went to LaGuardia's High School of Performing Arts in New York together. At the time, Bono the son of Cher and Sonny Bono was a female named Chastity. Lauryn Hill and Zach Braff lived in the same New Jersey neighborhood. Cindy Ord/Getty, Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty The two neighbors and future celebs attended Columbia High School in Maplewood, N.J.. "Lauryn Hill did go to my bar mitzvah," Braff revealed in a 2006 interview with Jane magazine. "There was a game called Coke and Pepsi. <br>Source:

They will stand up again as soon as President Obama asks them to. Maybe the American people shouldn't have to be "sold" on a product that was intended to help visit their website them. Once the discovery was made that ObamaCare was not all good, celebrities got quiet. Last week, after numbers revealed that a mere 6 people signed up for ObamaCare in the first day, don't expect Oprah to tell you to sign up for health insurance any time soon. In fact, reports are theta the talk show queen outright refused to help sell ObamaCare for the president. The biggest problem with having celebrities endorse something like a government program is that in this sense they cannot relate to the average American. Most of the celebrities endorsing Obama's "product" are wealthy enough to have concierge physicians, as the Huffington Post reports- access to their doctors anytime, anywhere. Most Americans can't afford the $30,000 it takes for that kind of quality care. <br>Source:

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