Psychic predictions for Baltimore in 2013 [Pictures]
Who knows what 2013 holds in store for Baltimore and some of its most well-known figures? While no one can be absolutely sure, we put our faith in a panel of psychic advisers to tell us what will happen to Michael Phelps, John Waters, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and other Baltimore notables.
Angela Devoti, whose second-sight goes back generations in her family, handled the psychic readings. Farida Shourbaji, a mystic of sorts, looked to the stars to foresee their futures. And Lexie Mountain, whose real name is Lexie Macchi, read their tarot cards. These part-time experts peered into the fog of the future, and reported back with their findings. From the looks of it, 2013 could be as fruitful as 2012 for some of Baltimore's biggest news makers.
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Farida Shourbaji: Sorry ladies, I can't be sure if Stacy will be the one to finally land George Clooney, but by the end of 2013, Stacy will be sure, one way or the other. There is a perfect cosmic storm brewing in both her and Clooney's stars. Relationships based on just sex or superficiality will be smoked out and put down for the count.
Lexie Mountain: Good job, Stacy: In 2013, she can almost rest on her laurels. But not quite. Keibler is close to seeing the result of all her hard work, all her television roles, all the nicknames on her Wikipedia page. Harmony is most likely assured if she is willing to keep everything balanced. There may be an authority figure in her life that she can lean on, a positive teacher, religious figure or, well, hey, George Clooney does a lot of good stuff so maybe just stick with him.
Angela Devoti: In February, feisty glamour-puss Stacy Keibler's preteen diaries are discovered by an off-duty blogger picking through the contents of a trunk donated to the Highlandtown Value Village. The bad-ass blonde's childhood secret to leg longevity and Clooney companionship gets leaked to the media. You guessed it: Grape Jell-O. The product flies off shelves, thanks to teens who will try anything to achieve Keibler's statuesque proportions. Middle schools send warnings home to parents to be on the lookout for signs of gelatin abuse. Remember: It's never too late to get help if you suspect your kid is Gellin'.