When I first saw the video of David Beckham and Victoria Beckham’s son singing on Instagram, I immediately reposted and found myself amazed at his talent. Had I stopped to take a breath, I might have drawn the same conclusion as Piers Morgan, who suggested that the exposure of 11 year old Cruz could be damaging. According to Piers, “You get these celebrity parents and they bang on about protecting their kids and privacy and so on and there they are Instagramming this 11-year-old to gazillions of people trying to make him a star.” So is he right? I suppose it’s up for debate, but it’s certainly worthy of some serious consideration. After all, if they’re proud of their son’s singing voice, can’t they share it with close family and friends, rather than the entire world? Shouldn’t it be up to him to decide whether he’d like a life in the spotlight?
“I can’t walk in this f-cking dress! This is Victoria Beckham, and so you know, it’s a size negative four. I can’t breathe. I think the zipper is about to go swoosh!” The very funny Eva Longoria discussing the perils of fashion at an event honoring photographer Randall Slavin.