Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Halle in South Africa for 3 months

Halle Berry Flying Ex Gabriel Aubry Out To South Africa To Babysit Nahla?

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Dimewars : Reports of Halle Berry and her Ex Gabriel Aubry being spotted together at the airport yesterday was certainly true, is there a reunion in the works? Definitely not!Halle is reportedly traveling to South Africa for 3 months to shoot a film and will bring daughter Nahla with her for the length of time.

That leaves the father, Gabriel missing his lil bit for 3 months. Halle has in turn agreed to fly Gabriel out to South Africa and pay him to babysit their daughter! Is this a fair arrangement? Read on to see how a source explains the breakdown to Radar.

"It's been pretty difficult for Gabriel to see Nahla the last few weeks. He's really getting sick of it and it's getting to the point where he is seriously considering his options regarding pursuing permanent custody. The latest issue is that Halle is due to move to South Africa during July, August and September to work on a movie and she wants to take Nahla with her full time. That would mean Gabriel not seeing his daughter for three whole months and there's no way he's going to allow that.

Gabriel requested that he be allowed to keep Nahla with him in Los Angeles, but Halle wouldn't let that happen, so the two reached a total stalemate and it started getting nasty, with both of them looking into entering a legal battle.

In the end, they reached an agreement. Basically Halle is going to pay Gabriel to be a kind of full-time nanny and to come to South Africa for the three months she's there, and to be Nahla's full-time caregiver."

Halle Berry to appear on The Simpsons

Halle Berry to appear on The Simpsons
Press Trust Of India
Monday, July 26, 2010 (Los Angeles)


American actress Halle Berry is all set to appear in an Oscars-inspired episode of popular sitcom,The Simpsons.

The 43-year-old actress will play herself in a story which see her present an Academy Award to both Bart Simpson and his dad Homer, Entertainment Weekly reported.

"It's a bit of a satire of the different Oscar acceptances where two people clearly race to the stage to get there first, and Homer and Bart are fighting to be the one that accepts," said the producer of the show, Al Jean.

Apart from Berry, I Love You, Man star Paul Rudd has also been added to the list of stars who will get animated for the show, portraying a therapist, called Dr Zander.

The longest-running sitcom on American television, The Simpsons has hosted the likes of Betty White, Mark Cuban, Lance Armstrong and the Manning brothers, as voice characters in the past.

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