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February 05, 2005

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Newman's Lavish Party

February 05, 2005 04:36:29 GMT

Paul Newman had recently held a lavish party at his Westport, Connecticut, home to celebrate his 80th birthday and also his 47 marriage aniversary with his lovely wife, Joanne Woodward.

Performed at the party was the live sounds of the Emerson String Quartet to treat the guests before they were asked to have dinner at Newman's home where there was a cake in the shape of a racing car. Sharing her marriage success, Woodward proudly said that it was Newman who always makes her laugh everyday.
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James Gandolfini Engagement Comes to an End

February 05, 2005 04:01:01 GMT

There wont be any wedding ceremony for James Gandolfini and his just now ex-fiancee, Lora Somoza who have just ended their one year engagement.

Working on his movies and the HBO's The Sopranos which shooting will start in April, 2005 Gandolfini has to remain in New York, while Somoza has to move to Los Angeles to take care of her grandmother who had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
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Paul McCartney at Super Bowl

February 05, 2005 03:39:35 GMT

Paul McCartney is schedulled to perform at half-time of the Super Bowl event takes place in Jacksonville, Florida, in order to "make up" the "wardrobe malfunction" done by Janet Jackson in its previous onet.

Hiding the list of the song he'll sing, Paul McCartney, who will be the only performer during the National Football League's 12 minute extravaganza, has been told not to provoke any offensive action in order to make sure the show remains friendly.
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U2 Apogizes for The 'Tuesday, Bloody Tuesday' Tour

February 05, 2005 03:10:06 GMT

The many complaints and protests referred to U2 'Tuesday, Bloody Tuesday' Vertigo tour have brought U2 drummer, Larry Mullen Jr. around to issuing a formal apology said in an "open letter" emailed to their "disappointed" fans.

As Reuters wrote, the huge demand taxed the presale system for U2's Vertigo tour had sent thousands of its fans home and worse left many of them less than desirable seats or no tickets at all. Many U2 fans who paid $40 to join U2 fan club site for a chance to get choice tickets on January 25 were very angry due to the awful seat they got for more than $165.
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Bennifer Ring Is on Resale

February 05, 2005 02:48:51 GMT

After their one year separation, Jennifer Lopez 6.1-carat pink diamond engagement ring given by her ex, Ben Affleck, has been "re-acquired" by New York jeweler Harry Winston, from whom Affleck bought it in 2002.

The historical ring, as Harry Winston spokesperson Carol Brodie confirmed, is now being offered for resale with price available only for "serious buyers." There hasn't any further comment on the report from either Lopez or Affleck, nor do on who returned the "priceless" ring.
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Ossie Davis Found Dead in Hotel

February 05, 2005 02:20:11 GMT

The legendary actor, Ossie Davis, who fight against racism was found dead early on Friday February 4, 2005 at the Shore Club hotel in Miami Beach, the place where that 87 years old actor had done the filming of his latest film entitled Retirement.

It said that Davis' grandson, quickly called the fire rescue when Davis didn't give any respond at the time he knocked on his door. Still based on the explanation given by Davis' grandson, the Los Angeles police representative said that Davis was dead of heart disease.