“Extra” caught up with Ronan Farrow on Monday as he was being honored with his mother, Mia Farrow, at the 79th Annual Blue Card Benefit Gala.
Ronan responded to the recent Vanity Fair article in which Mia suggested Frank Sinatra might “possibly” be his father.
Barbara Sinatra, widow of the late Frank Sinatra, doesn’t believe that Mia Farrow’s son Ronan, long assumed to be her child with ex Woody Allen, may "possibly" be Frank’s blue-eyed baby.The Desert Sun on Wednesday. "It's just a bunch of junk. There's always junk written -- lies that aren't true."
Farrow told Vanity Fair‘s November issue that Sinatra is “possibly” the father of Ronan, 25, but says no paternity tests were ever done.
Actress and activist Mia Farrow revealed son Ronan Farrow may be Frank Sinatra’s child, not director Woody Allen. Farrow told Vanity Fair‘s November issue that Sinatra is “possibly” the father of Ronan, 25, but says no paternity tests were ever done.
After divorcing second husband Andre Previn in 1979, Farrow began her long-term relationship with Allen, starring in 13 of his films. Ronan, whose original name was Satchel, was born in 1987.
"Real D.C. Housewife" Michaele Salahi was served with court papers at her own premiere party. Read full story at UsMagazine.com.
Get more "Extra" scoop on the latest headlines for Aug. 9!
Mia Farrow: Naomi Campbell Lied About Diamonds - PopEater.com
Patricia Neal, Oscar-Winning Actress, Dies at 84 - MTVNews.com
Rod Stewart & Penny Lancaster Expecting 2nd Child, His 7th -- Huffington Post
Ferrell's 'Other Guys' Tops Box Office with $35.6M - AP
Supermodel Naomi Campbell reluctantly testified Thursday in the UN war crimes tribunal against former Liberian ruler Charles Taylor.
Campbell took to the witness stand and admitted she received "dirty rocks" from Taylor, while she was attending a dinner party in South Africa in 1997. She said she then gave the diamonds to a colleague and asked that they "do something good with them," i.e., donate them to charity, but added the colleague "still has them, so they didn't benefit."
Supermodel Naomi Campbell flashed some of her infamous temper when asked if she received a "blood diamond" from African dictator Charles Taylor.
In an interview with ABC News, Campbell fumed, "I didn't receive a diamond and I'm not going to speak about that." Then she stormed out of the interview and punched the camera in a producer's hand when pressed for details.