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March 18, 2005

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Swank Bangs Her Marriage Trouble Reports

March 18, 2005 05:01:50 GMT

Hilary Swank is so furious with the reports saying her 8-year marriage with husband Chad Lowe is in trouble because he's struggling to cope with her phenomenal success. The actress claims all the rumors are wrong and she also dismisses reports saying Lowe was seeing a top Hollywood psychologist, to help him cope with her success career and save their relationship.

Defending herself, Swank claims her marriage is ok and Lowe doesn't envy her at all. She says, "Being married to an actor helps because he understands the ups and downs, and what they mean. It's not like Chad is going to get my roles." Moreover, the beauty also bangs reports saying she dislikes children, explaining that she wasn't ready to have one at her twenties, yet the now 30-year-old believes she's mature enough to try for a child with Lowe.
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Fonda's Publicists Denial Over Orgy

March 18, 2005 04:48:51 GMT

Actress Jane Fonda's publicists deny British tabloid claims over the star involvement in orgy, in which she was reported was forced by her ex-husband Roger Vadim to sleep with women. Insisting the reports as a lie, Fonda's spokesman says, "This did not come from the manuscript. There are major inaccuracies, as people will see when they read the book."

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Kodjoe and Wife Welcoming Their Newborn Daughter

March 18, 2005 04:31:11 GMT

"Soul Food" stars Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker are welcoming their first child, Sophie Tei-Naaki Lee Kodjoe, born on March 12, 2005 weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces. The literally named babe "Tei-Naaki" is Ghanaian for "first-born daughter."

Come after their daughter birth is the couple plan to wed in May following their last summer engagement after spending five years as Damon Carter and Teri Joseph on "Soul Food," which ran on the Showtime cable channel from 2000-2004.
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Falco Adopted a Baby

March 18, 2005 04:10:57 GMT

The Sopranos star Edie Falco has a very distinct and unique way to spend her time during her hiatus, that is by keeping herself busy with her new son she adopted in December 2004, just days after his birth. Anderson, that's how the actress named him after her mother's maiden name, has brought such joy to Falco who ejoys parenting and having a diaper duty.

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Keith Success at the CMT Music Awards

March 18, 2005 03:46:02 GMT

The 2005 CMT Music Awards has listed such nominees, as Toby Keith and Kenny Chesney, who each up for four awards including a joint nomination for their collaboration with Jimmy Buffett on "Hey Good Looking." There is also Big & Rich who dominates the event, grabbing 4 nominations at once; including Best Group/Duo Video and Most Inspiring Video for The "Holy Water" clip; and Breakthrough Video and Video of the Year for "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)."

Get 4 nominations also Gretchen Wilson which honors Video of the Year and Best Female Video for "When I Think About Cheatin' " and Breakthrough Video for the huge crossover smash "Redneck Woman." Among the other big nominees for this year's CMAs are David Hogan and McGraw who gets three nominations, including a shared nod with Nelly for "Over and Over."
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Pele to Write Memoirs

March 18, 2005 03:24:27 GMT

Brazilian soccer legend Pele has signed a contract with publisher Simon & Schuster to write his autobiography, which is planned to release in 2006 in time for the World Cup. The Publishers' Marketplace Web site described the deal as a "major deal," a term typically used for contracts worth at least $500,000.

Moreover, Simon & Schuster's New York spokesman Adam Rothberg said that the publisher's London office had signed world rights for the new book, to be called "Pele: the Autobiography." This will obviously be Pele's second biography after his previous one in 1977 and countless books that had been written about him.
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Janet Gets Restraining Order

March 18, 2005 03:10:11 GMT

Janet Jackson could finally gain a restraining order against Robert Gardner, a 46 years old man she said has been harassing her for nine years. The three years restraining order given by a Superior Court judge, ordered Gardner to stay at least 100 yards away from Jackson and not to contact the entertainer, her family, agents, attorneys or managers.

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Lopez Plans to Take Up Journalism

March 18, 2005 03:01:21 GMT

The multitalented celebrity Jennifer Lopez will re-unite with her "Selena" director Gregory Nava to play a journalist in her next movie, Bordertown. In the movie, which production is set to begin in New Mexico and Mexico on April 30, 2005, the latina beauty will play a reporter who investigates a series of murders near American-owned factories on the border of Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas.

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Sizemore to go Bankrupt

March 18, 2005 02:48:14 GMT

Actor Tom Sizemoe is predicted to go bankrupt after he has to spend more than $11 million on legal fees to battle drug and domestic violence charges. As we all know he has been charged last month with possession of the drug methamphetamine and violation of probation for domestic violence towards his former fiancee Heidi Fleiss in 2003.

For the charges, he faces 4 years in prison and will be sentenced later this month. Furthermore, British newspaper The Sun reports that Sizemore could also risk losing his Beverly Hills, California mansion to creditors, after his mounting debts forced him to file for bankruptcy.
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Letterman Son Targeted in Kidnapping Plot

March 18, 2005 02:21:40 GMT

David Letterman son and his nanny have been targeted in kidnapping plot, a 43 year old man used to be a subcontractor who had been doing some painting work at the sprawling 2,700-acre retreat in Choteau that Letterman bought in 1999, had planned to hold them for $5 million ransom. This incident happened when Letterman and the whole family were in the isolated Rocky Mountain ranch, a location which the kidnapper told his pal to know that the family will be visiting.

And the suspect, who at the end was identified as Kelly A. Frank, kept telling his friend that he also had a key to the house, knew where the baby slept and intended to kidnap the nanny "so that she could take care of the child." This unidentified friend soon reported Frank's abduct plan to the police, who tracked down him on Sunday and charged him of felony solicitation, felony theft for allegedly overcharging Letterman for painting, and a misdemeanor charge of obstruction for lying to an investigator who first contacted him about the alleged plot.