Beyonce Knowles has reportedly asked for drinking straws worth $900 on her The Mrs Carter Show World Tour.
According to Australia`s The FIX, the 31-year-old singer forked out 900 dollars for titanium straws, which will be used to drink special alkaline water that is served at exactly 21 degrees, Stuff.co.nz reported.
Beyonce reportedly insists that her crew, from drivers to set riggers, wear only 100 percent pure cotton and has asked for plain off-white walls in her dressing rooms, with a new toilet seat at every event, and red toilet paper. ANI
Please donate gifts bought for my baby, says kim
Washington: Kim Kardashian has apparently asked her friends not to give her any baby gifts, and instead donate them to a hospital in Chicago.
The pregnant ‘Keeping with the Kardashians’ star and boyfriend Kanye West want to make it clear to the family that they don’t want any presents, TMZ.com reported.
The couple has asked all their well-wishers to donate to the Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago instead, where the rapper grew up. ANI
A shirt that needs to be washed after 100 days
New York: Who needs laundry? A US company claims to have developed an incredible shirt that can be worn for 100 days straight without needing a wash or ironing.
Manufacturers claim the wool-blended shirt remains wrinkle-free and resists odour so effectively that it even smells fresh after being worn during rigorous exercise.
“We wanted to create the perfect staple shirt for a modern wardrobe, which is why we have developed the oxford solid blue fabric and a small navy and blue gingham check pattern,” the company said on its website.ANI
Hitler’s secret WWII hiding place pics unveiled
New York: In the final weeks of April 1945, Hitler was hiding out in his secret bunker when Soviet and German forces fought viciously for control of Berlin.
With WWII drawing to a close, tens of thousands of civilians were killed as the city lay in ruins. April 30 marks the anniversary of the two most notable among these deaths — the suicides of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun.
The wreckage from the Battle of Berlin was captured by LIFE magazine’s William Vandivert, the first Western photographer to gain access to Hitler’s ‘Fuhrerbunker’. ANI