Is This Orlando Bloom’s New Girl? â Evil Beet Gossip This entry was posted on Thursday, October 25th, 2007 at 1032 am and is filed under Miranda Kerr, orlando bloom. You can follow any responses to this entry http://evilbeetgossip.film.com/2007/10/25/is-this-orlando-blooms-new-girl/
Extractions: It looks like it! In addition to his Ârecent fling with Jessica Simpson, 27, the Pirates of the Caribbean hunk, 30, is on a fast-track romance with model Miranda Kerr, 24. âTheyâve been friends for a long time,â a source tells Us Weekly. âBut they only decided to give it a go a few weeks back.â On ÂOctober 18, Bloom turned out to support the Aussie stunner at the Victoriaâs Secret Phi Beta Pink party in Beverly Hills. An insider tells Us the couple took an amorous jaunt to East Hampton, New York, on October 4 and 5. While at dinner at the 1770 House, they held hands and sipped wine. Gushes the source, âMirandaâs very into him!â I think what this girl really needs are longer legs. This entry was posted on Thursday, October 25th, 2007 at 10:32 am and is filed under Miranda Kerr Orlando Bloom . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed. Get Real!
Orlando Bloom Visits Nepal Actor and heartthrob orlando bloom has just returned from a trip to Nepal, where he visited several UNICEF programs working to help the impoverished nation http://www.looktothestars.org/news/504-orlando-bloom-visits-nepal
Extractions: 879 charities, 973 celebrities and counting... January 14, 2008 by Tim Saunders Orlando Bloom Actor and heartthrob Orlando Bloom has just returned from a trip to Nepal, where he visited several UNICEF programs working to help the impoverished nation and its children. The 31-year-old star of âLord of the Ringsâ and âPirates of the Caribbeanâ spent four days touring the western districts of Kaski and Chitwan, as well as visiting Lumbini, birthplace of Lord Buddha. During the trip, Bloom had his forehead smeared red with âtikaâ and was presented with the traditional garlands of flowers, which he wore around his neck. He spoke with young mothers at the Sayapatri Community Organization in the village of Dibyanagar, and learnt about the ways that UNICEF works to promote safe hygiene and sanitation practices in the country. Nepal, with an estimated population of 29 million, is currently recovering from a decade-long civil war that left 13,000 people dead. The conflict hampered the delivery of basic services to many of the more remote villages, and malnutrition became rampant, accounting for over 60% of child deaths. Even today, 48% of children are grossly underweight, maternal mortality is high, and many people suffer needlessly from treatable medical conditions. As of six years ago, only 84% of children received a formal education, but thanks to work by UNICEF and the Himalayan Trust , that figure is now closer to 100%.