‘She was being chosen for a mission’

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Friday, September 07, 2012    

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The author of the bombshell Vanity Fair article claiming Scientology officials auditioned 'dozens of young women' for Tom Cruise prior to his marriage to Katie Holmes is standing by her story.

Maureen Orth, a special correspondent for the magazine, appeared on Good Morning America recently in the wake of strenuous denials about her claims from Tom Cruise and the Church Of Scientology.

Orth told GMA that Iranian-born, London-raised Boniadi “was told she was being chosen for a mission” and was “really going to save the world”. And she claimed that Boniadi did not know what was in store for her or that she would end up meeting Cruise.

Orth also claimed that Cruise was in on the act, adding: “I do believe that [Cruise] was very much aware that it was going on, or at least he had certainly heard about her, because by the time he met her he did know all about her.” Her new comments come after strenuous denials from both Cruise and the church.

— Daily Mail

‘Britney made the first move’

Britney Spears’ fiancé has opened up about how their romance first began. Jason Trawick, 39, who star ted out as her agent , revealed it was the pop star who made the first move, shifting their relationship from business to pleasure.

“It was kind of one of those things where she moved, like, turned around, so we were face to face and then...” Trawick tells the October issue of Elle magazine.

But it seems the story made the Toxic singer, 30, cringe just a little and she jumped in during the interview to cut him short. She said: “Okay, that's enough information, sweetie. It was sweet, just say that.”

The star, who has two sons — Sean Preston, six, and Jayden James, five, also opened up about her low-key approach to fashion. “I love my jeans and my sweats — I'm really just a tomboy at heart. So it's really hard for me to be like Kim Kardashian and be make-upand-hair-ready every time I go out of my house,” she says.

Still, she doesn't let critics get to her these days. “I gave up getting upset about things people make up about me a long time ago.”

— Daily Mail

Where did her curves go?

Her fluctuating weight may have attracted some unwanted attention in the past, but Christina Aguilera says she actually prefers her fuller figure in a new interview. Ironically, however, the singer appears to have been shrunk down in her cover photo for Lucky, the magazine she gave the interview to.

Aguilera, known these days for her curvier figure, seems to have smaller cleavage and waist in the snap. She poses in an open denim shirt, revealing a hint of a black bra, under the headline Perfect your shape! Speaking to the publication's October issue about her weight, The Voice judge said: “Actually, the challenge I've always had is being too thin. So, I love that now I have a booty, and obviously I love showing my cleavage.”

Sporting a black lacy see-through top, the singer hides her modesty with a denim waistcoat in an inside shot. “I love the combo of denim and lace. The vest makes the lace more playful and casual,” she tells the magazine about the unique look. The star will also soon be releasing a new yet-to-be-titled album later this year.

— Daily Mail



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