Charlize Theron speaks out about Aids
South African actress Charlize Theron wants to help end the Aids epidemic by 2030.
The 40-year-old was at the 21st International Aids Conference yesterday in Durban, South Africa, to speak out about the epidemic and to address the ongoing problems in the world.
Theron, who founded the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, said in her speech: "I think it is time that we acknowledge that something is terribly wrong.
"Let's ask ourselves why haven't we beaten this epidemic. Could it be because we don't want to?"
Did Kanye West break law?
Kim Kardashian leaking Kanye West's private phone call with Taylor Swift could lead to an ugly lawsuit.
The drama exploded on Monday after US reality TV star Kardashian, 35, posted video recordings of the conversation on her Snapchat, which showed Swift, 26, approving part of the controversial lyrics to Kardashian's rapper-husband West's song Famous.
According to People magazine, multiple sources said that West recorded the conversation from Los Angeles and that he did not tell Swift at the start of the conversation that he was recording.
If that is true, West may have violated California's "two-party consent" law, which makes it a felony to record or eavesdrop on any confidential communication without the consent of all those involved.
Guns N' Roses detained over gun on tour bus
US rock band Guns N' Roses were detained at the Canadian border before their concert in Toronto after a gun was found on their tour bus.
Lead singer Axl Rose, 54, told the sold-out crowd last Saturday at the gig, which is part of their Not In This Lifetime reunion tour: "(The officials) were very nice. They were very understanding. You know, it happens - you can forget you had (a gun). Wasn't my gun."
A rep for Guns N' Roses confirmed the news to Billboard and said the weapon did not belong to any member of the band.