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What Would the Countess Do? Adam Levine's Birth Control Method; Bobby Brown's Rumored Tell-All

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Feb. 27 2012, Published 5:53 a.m. ET

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When it comes to etiquette, manners and overall good behavior, even celebrities need help navigating the rough waters of stardom! It’s a good thing Countess LuAnn de Lesseps of The Real Housewives of New York City is joining forces with OK! to school them on the right thing to do! In a rough situation, we just ask, “What would the countess do?” This week, the countess chimes in on Adam Levine's birth control confession and Bobby Brown's reported tell-all book.

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OK! NEWS: ADAM LEVINE TALKS HIS FOOL-PROOF BIRTH-CONTROL SYSTEM WITH ANNE VYALITSYNA ON HOWARD STERN

Adam Levine shared on Howard Stern that he uses the "foolproof birth control system" of the pull-out method with his girlfriend Anne Vyalitsyna. While it was Howard Stern, should discussions of birth control methods be kept private, especially when they aren't exactly advocating a very safe method?



Howard Stern is known to ask his guests very provocative questions, so I’m not surprised that he asked Adam Levine about his preferred birth control method with Anne Vyalitsyna. Normally, the topic of birth control is best kept between lovers, health care professionals or within a sex education class. As a nurse, I can assure you that “pulling out” is not a foolproof or safe way to prevent pregnancy or sexually transmitted disease.

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Tip: Learn more about birth control from the experts at http://www.plannedparenthood.org/

OK! NEWS: WILL BOBBY BROWN WRITE TELL-ALL BOOK IN WAKE OF WHITNEY HOUSTON'S DEATH?

Bobby Brown reportedly may release a tell-all book about Whitney Houston. Even though he apparently wrote the book in 2008, what's the etiquette on publishing the book after Whitney's death?



When Bobby Brown wrote his book and shopped it around back in 2008, publishers didn’t see enough interest in a Whitney tell-all book, but now that she’s gone, Whitney’s life is on everyone’s mind. Since Whitney can no longer defend herself, it would have been better if Brown published the book while she was still alive.

Tip: It’s in poor taste to profit from someone’s death.

LuAnn has released an iPhone app called Countess Luann available through the Apple Store. For all information please go to her website www.luanndelesseps.com. For everything Countess LuAnn, check out www.luanndelesseps.com, follow her on Twitter and check out her Facebook page!

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