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January 17, 2005

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Gibson Loses Bid to List Estate As Farm

January 17, 2005 04:18:48 GMT

Mel Gibson has lost his appeal in claiming 17 of his 75.7 acres Connecticut estate in Greenwich taxed as farm land. The town Assessor John "Ted" Gwartney said that a farmland isn't merely about having a few pigs in the back yard, but is more than having something for personal use. It's about producing continually goods and Gibson doesn't fit the condition.

The refusal then prohibits Gibson from saving for about $10,000 per year in property taxes on his $17.7 million Connecticut estate if only it was granted as farm land. From which according to the Greenwich Time, Gibson has to pay for around $137,000 for his annual property tax bill.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Plus-size Kirstie Alley Plans to Make a Big Splash

January 17, 2005 03:47:12 GMT

With her more than 200 pounds weight, Kirstie Alley, is going to 'flaunt' in Fat Actress, a new self ridicule showtime series air in March 2005.

In that movie, Alley wants to show the whole world her getting fat only as an error in judgment that she decides to turn it into something fabulous and avoids torturing herself with press report on her "overweight" as a gift from the food gods.
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Diaz to Wed in Native American Dress

January 17, 2005 03:21:42 GMT

Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake will soon get married this year (2005) in native American dress. For which, Diaz is going to wear a white leather shortish beading wedding dress, with white moccasins designed by his best friend, David Jet Black Horse.

Wants to break her American descent mother, Billie, tradition of a white gown, Diaz is going to have her dress consultation with Black Horse in Los Angeles next week.
News > Music News

No Moore, and no more, to Enter Davison hall

January 17, 2005 03:09:01 GMT

Avoiding public protests and critics, the Davison High School Hall of Fame group had canceled its inductions because of Michael Moore nomination in that event.

The hall's nomination committee said that there were many controversies of Moore's nomination that could bring bad perception and downgrade for the honor, since Moore personality didn't representative enough as one of its candidate. Thus, there would be no Hall of Fame for Michael Moore for which he had been rejected all four times he had been nominated for it.
News > Movie News

Owen, Portman Score at Globes

January 17, 2005 02:28:08 GMT

Both Clive Owen and his co star, Natalie Portman seemed very surprised in knowing that they won the 2005 Golden Globes (Sunday January 16th) for best supporting actor and actress for their roles in Closer, a drama of sexual politics. It was really unpredictable that both of them had beaten some other strong competitors, like Morgan Freeman, who played in Million Dollar Baby, David Carradine for Kill Bill: Vol. 2, Thomas Haden Church for Sideways and Jamie Foxx for Collateral.

In that occasion, besides giving their best thanks to Mike Nichols, the Closer director, for his deed during the film making, Owen and Portman also "boosting" their possibility in winning the upcoming Academy Awards.
 
 
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