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January 14, 2005

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Bob Marley's Remains Be Reburied in Ethiopia

January 14, 2005 03:39:27 GMT

Admitted to carrying out his husband mission, Rita Marley, is going to exhume Bob Marley's remain from Jamaica and have it reburied in Shashemene, Ethiopia. The reburial is going to be done on Marley's a month long 60th anniversary next month.

Another reason encourages Rita wants the reburial is because his Reggae legend husband had spent most of his life in Ethiopia and not in Jamaica. Besides, Rita believed that Marley ought to be buried in Ethiopia where his large Rastafarian companions live in Ethiopia's last emperor, Haile Selassie, their living god given land.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Fawcett and O'Neal To Marry on TV?


January 14, 2005 03:07:48 GMT

Celebrity couple, Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neil who ended their 17-year relationship in 1997 had reconciled over O'Neal's battle with leukemia and go on dating for the past years. The story goes on as they plan to tie the knot in a marriage.

Congratulation for both Fawcett and O'Neil, who according to the New York Daily News, would like to have their marriage aired on Fawcett's new show, Chasing Farrah that will air in America next week.
News > Music News

Queen Latifah Set to Host Grammys

January 14, 2005 02:53:13 GMT

Queen Latifah, the Hip-hop star and actress, is going to host the 47th Grammy Awards ceremony held on February 13, 2005 at the Staples Center.

In the same occasion, Latifah will also perform a selection from her latest release, The Dana Owens Album, which is nominated as the best jazz vocal album category in that ceremony. What a happy Latifah?!
News > Celebrity Gossip

Gwen Stefani's Dress Stolen From Museum

January 14, 2005 02:27:05 GMT

Gewn Stefani's red vinyl dress she wore for her band, No Doubt's, first hit album was stolen from Tuesday afternoon exhibition dedicated to the history of rock music in Orange County held in Fullerton Museum Center.

The police investigation suspected two young women, who at the time the gown missing, were seen to stand near the mannequin used to display Gwen's up to $5000 dress. But, the police haven't arrested anyone yet. On the other hand, Gwen's record company, Interscope, said that the dress could "secretly and savely" be returned at a drop box at the museum or at Rebel Waltz Inc., office, the Laguna Beach company that manages No Doubt.
 
 
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