Kickstarter allows celebs to defy Hollywood studios, but users say the stars shouldn?t be asking fan

TV Kate Middleton in Labor: Celebs React to Royal Baby Mania Us Weekly 3 hours ago Print Us Weekly - Kate Middleton in Labor: Celebs React to Royal Baby Mania The moment is finally here! After months of anticipation, Kate Middleton went into labor on Monday, July 22, sending royal baby mania into overdrive on Twitter. PHOTOS: Kate's pregnancy -- a look back Minutes after the Palace announced in a statement that the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge, 31, had checked into the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital in London, the microblogging site exploded with #KateMiddleton and #RoyalBaby tweets from all over the world. Among those who chimed in to voice their excitement were celebs including Snooki , Kelly Osbourne , Chrissy Teigen, and Piers Morgan. Us Weekly rounded up some of their reactions below:
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Celebs Kissed and Missed: See see here Awkward PDA Pics From Brandi Glanville, Justin Bieber and More!

A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs This story is part of Kate Middleton Celebs chirp about royal baby on Twitter Arienne Thompson, USA TODAY 1:15 p.m. EDT July 22, 2013 Piers Morgan, Snooki and more excited are about imminent arrival of littlest royal. Piers Morgan has been one of many stars tweeting about the royal baby. (Photo: Chris Pizzello, Invision/AP) SHARECONNECT 19 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE When famous people tweet about you before you're even born, you know you're a big deal.
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Probably not, said graphic artist Miguel Ortega, who is currently asking for $50,000 to fund his period film The Ningyo. That said, this can lead to a trend where more and more celebrities use it and then it really would just drown us struggling filmmakers out entirely. To prevent that from happening, some users developed a Keep Celebs Off Kickstarter Facebook page, which is dedicated to protecting up and coming independent artists and stopping famous celebrities and major studios from sucking up the very few resources we have left. However, John Conway, entertainment attorney and CEO of Astonish Media Group, argues that even with their high earnings, celebs still need additional funding to get a project going. Certainly celebrities have their own money and contacts for their projects, but getting funding is increasingly difficult for projects. Just because somebody is a celebrity with a great creative idea does not mean somebody in the entertainment industry is going to fund it, especially if it takes a risk. That means everyone, celebrity or not, has to use every angle they know, he explained. And having star status doesnt always guarantee success. Some celebrities have learned that the hard (and embarrassing) way. Former teen sensation Melissa Joan Hart was forced to suspend her hopes of financing a romantic comedy after she couldnt raise the cash for the flick.
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Didn't know it was that painful to get some lovin' from your hubby, although we're sure she's just acting. And then of course, Kim Kardashian marriage there's the priceless " cougar rape " moments. At least, that's what Jenny McCarthy called it when she kissed Justin Bieber while grabbing his butt at the 2012 American Music Awards. The Biebs got a little more than expected when he went onstage to accept his award for Favorite Pop/Rock Album. Talk about a double-win! PHOTOS: Find out who else was at the AMAs with the Biebs Last but certainly not least, those downright awkward moments when you show a little (or a lot) more than expected. While picking up his pregnant wife for a kiss at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, Alec Baldwin accidentally revealed Hilaria's butt to the cameras!
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Divorce Settlements: These Celebs Didn't Want Their Exes' Money

Loading Slideshow Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson's divorce from Kim Kardashian dating Charles Saatchi has recently made headlines, but not because their split will break the bank. Following Saatchi's divorce filing in July 2013, the pair issued a statement that they will not be seeking financial support from each other. Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli finalized their divorce in June 2013. TMZ reports that the former pair declined spousal support and agreed to a 50-50 custody agreement. Instead of paying child support, Garth and Facinelli reportedly funded a joint bank account to be used to take care of their three daughters. Katy Perry and Russell Brand Russell Brand and Katy Perry divorced in 2012 after 14 months of marriage. And although Brand was reportedly entitled to $20 million of Perry's earnings because the two did not sign a prenup, he waived his right to any spousal support.
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