Poor John Travolta. It seems everyday there is a top story about his alleged homosexuality. The famed actor continues to get thrown under the bus amidst continuous allegations and he doesn't seem to be coming out (in more ways than one) any time soon. From cross-dressing photos exposed to sexual harassment suits filed by male massage therapists and alleged relationships with male porn stars and his personal pilot Doug Gotterba, Travolta's personal life is anything but personal.
Oprah, we are jealous of how much money you have. Depending on ones own taste, most would probably think that Oprah out did herself this time. On her season opener on Monday she surprised 300 studio audience members with an all expense paid eight-day trip to Australia.
The best part? A fake jet was pushed onto the set and low and behold, actor John Travolta stepped out. Looks like he will be flying Oprah and all 300 viewers to Australia in December. She will be filming her show from the Sydney Opera House at that time.
O.k. Oprah, we're impressed. But what do the other die hard fans get who have been watching for the past 25 years from their living room couches? Hopefully, a great last season.
P.S.- Wonder if some Greased Lightening will be played over the loud speaker during the flight. After all, a little bit of a Danny Zucko sing-a-long never hurt anyone.
Every four years the World Cup bring people from all over the world together to celebrate the game. This time around it seems as though many celebrities have caught World Cup fever. Let’s take a look at the stars showing their support.
-Katy Perry wore a dress supporting both U.S.A. and England on the day of their match, which they tied.
-John Travolta flew his entire family out to South Africa to show support for the Australian national team.
-Prince William, Prince Harry, and David Beckham hung out at a World Cup event after attending England’s game against Algeria.
John Travolta and Kelly Preston touched down in Johannesburg, South Africa this weekend where they visted and donated to the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund and also enjoyed the World Cup, were Travolta is supporting the Australian World Cup team.
The parents-to-be also proudly showed off their growing addition. She looks great!
The generously donated $10,000 to the children's organization during their stay.
Kelly is due later this year.
John Travolta and Kelly Preston were so excited about having another baby that they made a public statement and posted the news on their respective websites.
Now there are unconfirmed rumors that the couple is having twins.
Sources say Kelly, 47, conceivde through in vitro fertilization but there is no official confirmation of the twins or the in vitro conception. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
Whether it's one or two babies we are ecstatic for John and Kelly!
Yesterday, in honor of Earth Day, a poll was taken to determine the least-environmentally friendly celebrities on GreenDaily.com. Topping the chart was Mariah Carey, who recently flew her personal trainer in from St. Barts. Licensed pilot John Travolta was next on the list due to his collection of private jets.
Leonardo DiCaprio was voted “greenest celebrity” for the second year in a row. The actor recently won Nickelodeon’s first “Big Green Help” award for being vocal about global warming and driving a hybrid car as well as installing solar panels on his home.
Other stars garnering props for their green lifestyles were Oprah, Bono, Brad Pitt and Prince Charles.
John Travolta and Kelly Preston’s 16-year-old son Jett died less than a week ago in the Bahamas, but the family has already cremated him and returned home to Florida with the remains. While very few can understand what the Travolta’s are going through, we think it’s a little odd for the pair not to stay with their son until all test results are completed and an exact cause of death confirmed. We reported yesterday that some of Travolta’s relatives believed autism was the cause of Jett’s illness and death. Travolta and Preston belong to the Church of Scientology, which does not recognize forms of mental illness or the ability of psychiatrists to treat disorders with medication.
Jett Travolta, 16-year-old son of superstars John Travolta and Kelly Preston, tragically passed away last Friday in the Bahamas while on family vacation. An attorney for the family told E! Online Jett suffered a seizure shortly before he died. Jett reportedly banged his head on the bathtub on Friday morning. Medics on the scene tried to revive him, but police said he was pronounced dead at Rand Memorial Hospital. Travolta and Preston’s son had a history of seizures, and the stars claim he suffered from Kawasaki disease. The rare disease can cause seizures as a side effect and sometimes lead to heart problems.