Good Morning America Britney Spears Manager in Court
Britney Spears’ manager, Sam Lufti, has been under fire in court. Spears’ attorneys have been bombarding Lufti with questions about his managing skills, saying he was unfit for the job. Lufti said he was not unfit to be her manager, citing he was raised in Los Angeles and had a lot of friends in the music business. But when Spears’ attorneys questioned him about his lack of a signed contract making him the manager of Spears and his lacking knowledge of simple business terms, such as copyright, he has nothing to say.
Lufti was fired as Spears’ manager in 2008 when Spears began her slow, downward spiral, culminating in a shaved head.
GMA: Britney Spears Sam Lufti Lawsuit
A former nanny of Spears’ also spoke out against Lufti saying he was a low life loser and a wannabe in every sense of the word. She also said she never saw drugs in the house for the entire time she worked there.
Spears has not been to the trail, instead focusing on her career, trying to get things back on track to where she was years ago.
Good Morning America: Marla, The Pickiest Eater Alive
Marla only eats four things. Nothing green, no fruit, no meat. Not even a slice of pizza. The super picky eater only eats milk, ice cream, white bread, potato chips and sometimes she will have a few fries or a couple pieces of bacon. As for everything else at the grocery store, she said she will not eat it.
Marla said the texture of the foods is what makes her refuse to eat them. She said just thinking about putting some fruit or vegetables in her mouth seems vile to her. She did say her condition is embarrassing though. At parties she feels strange not snacking on food and likes to hold a cup in her hand so people don’t think she is strange.
Nancy Zucker, Director at the Duke Center for Eating Disorders, said it is an actual condition, just as real as someone who is claustrophobic.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton said Marla may seem healthy, with a cholesterol level of 174, but our bodies need a variety of foods to obtain the fats, nutrients and other things our body need to survive.
Good Morning America: Kitchen Cousins Makeover
Have you ever had a room you just never went in for some reason or another? One family on Good Morning America was having that problem. The family room in their house was full of toys, a dirty, stained carpet and no room to sit down. They really needed a makeover.
Good Morning American sent the Kitchen Cousins over to the house to help clean the room up and make it look great.
Two weeks after they started, the family was finally able to see their new room, with a nice couch as a focal point, an homage to the father’s love for baseball in the corner and lots of storage for the toys, which were previously thrown about the room.
GMA: Kitchen Cousins Decorating Advice
The Kitchen Cousins said some helpful tips for spicing up a room are using an ottoman for coffee table, which will save space, and getting antiques from the flea market, which will help to make the room unique without costing too much.
If you want to see more of the Kitchen Cousins, you can watch their show on HGTV.