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February 16, 2005

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Motley Crue Will Set an "Unpredicted Long" Show

February 16, 2005 04:48:08 GMT

Motley Crue will set a tour, is a good news. But could the band keep it together for a year on tour with such excess, as sex, drugs and fighting, to which its members tie themselves is a different matter.

The tour held to follow the release of the band greatest hits album "Red, White & Crue" that includes three new songs, could last either a week or maybe a year. But it will definitely bring a smile to drummer, Tom Lee, who has predicted the worse and even the worst danger of the band "unpredictable" tour.
News > Movie News

Depp's Terrifying "Creepy Performance"

February 16, 2005 04:26:16 GMT

Johnny Depp will absolutely scare young audiences with his performance in his latest movie entitled "Charlie And The Chocolate Factory."

Playing the role of Willy Wonka in the movie, which production is based on Roald Dahl's popular book, Depp will totally perform in a very "creepy" appeareance ever. So be ready guys.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Matt Dillon Dates Tara Dowell

February 16, 2005 04:08:55 GMT

Hollywood star Matt Dillon has secretly dated The Apprentice star, Tara Dowdell, for over than a year. The couple was spotted kissing in New York earlier this year, before Dowdell first appeared on television screens.

Could the fact be a strong evidence of Dillon and Dowdell romance? Still there haven't any clue about Dowdell secret in her online The Apprentice profile.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Sharon Stone's New Lover

February 16, 2005 03:51:38 GMT

Following their meeting at last month's World Economic Conference in Davos, Switzerland, Sharon Stone is now reported to date news executive, Eason Jordan.

In spite of their romance refusal confirmed by Stone's representative Cindi Berger, the New York Daily News claims to spot Stone and Jordan, who is also a former CNN boss, eating out together and that he has told his mate that Stone is his girlfriend.
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ABBA Reunited Sent Fans Crazy

February 16, 2005 03:33:55 GMT

For the very first time in 19 years, members of Swedish pop sensations ABBA, Benny Andersson, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Agnetha Faltskog, have reunited. Attending the premiere of the musical Mamma Mia at the Cirkus Theatre in Stockholm, Sweden on Saturday February 12, 2005 they sent fans crazy.

All together in the auditorium, there were only Benny and Bjorn got up to take a bow, but Agnetha and Anni-Frid remained in their seats. No one was sure whether all four members will reform the group or not, since their reunion doesn't give any clue for them to do so.
News > Celebrity Gossip

The Lindsay Lohan Doll

February 16, 2005 03:02:47 GMT

Taking part in the "My Scene" line, which features fashion dolls with heads slightly larger than the typical Barbie doll and ensembles of hip and somewhat skimpy clothes, Lindsay Lohan is going to plastic in real life. As reported by the AP, Lohan will get the Barbie treatment with a Mattel fashion doll made to look like her who is red-carpet ready in a beige dress with a sheer handkerchief skirt laid over a pink leopard print material.

To make her doll looks even more complete, there will also be a coordinating faux fur-trimmed coat, tasteful jewelry and heels in pale purple colour and accessories including a pink director's chair bearing the starlet's name and a velvet rope strung between two posts. Lohan "miniature" plans to launch at the annual American International Toy Fair, begins Sunday, February 20, 2005 in New York and runs through Wednesday. So come and get it gals.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Ashley Olsen Sues American Tabloid for Defamation

February 16, 2005 02:44:28 GMT

Ashley Olsen will soon bring in court her lawsuit against Amerian tabloid, the National Enquirer, for misusing her character over a story that alleged she was caught in a drug scandal.

TV show Access Hollywood reports that the suit will still in charge despite the fact that the tabloid's cover photo is purely misleading. Feels great anger and shock of that "incident," Ashley plans to seek multi-million dollar damages from the tabloid.