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April 12, 2005

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Aniston Godmothering Courteney Cox's Daughter

April 12, 2005 04:53:04 GMT

Jennifer Aniston has been listed as one of Courteney Cox and David Arquette daughter's godmothers. The 10-month-old daughter, Coco, was baptized at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on April 9, 2005.

The ceremony was officiated by Reverend Doug Carpenter who performed Courtney and husband David Arquette's San Francisco wedding in 1999. There were 110 guests for the event, which allowed no cameras during the ceremony, but afterward, everyone wanted their pictures taken with the stars.
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Dunst & Jake Laugh Off Marriage Report

April 12, 2005 04:39:53 GMT

Kirsten Dunst and Jake Gyllenhaal have both unanimously laughed off reports saying they're engaged to be married. As recent rumors say, both have faked their last break-up happened in July 2004, to confuse the media and are preparing to wed in Dunst's home state of New Jersey this spring. Nonetheless, Dunst's spokesperson says the couple are just "good friends" and have no plans to wed.


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James Dean Death 50th Anniversary


April 12, 2005 04:28:19 GMT

To mark the 50th anniversary of movie legend, James Dean, death, a series of his lost photographs, taken by acclaimed photojournalist Phil Stern, will be displayed. The lost photographs to be exhibited at London's Sony Ericsson Proud Central Gallery from April 29, 2005, will show the icon in his early 20s.

As part of the 50th anniversary celebrations, there will also the release of a DVD box set, which will premiere at next month's Cannes Film Festival, and a three-day event, the James Dean Fest, to be held in his hometown of Marion, Indiana.
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Schumi Joins Time's 100 Most Influential People

April 12, 2005 04:16:09 GMT

Michael Schumacher has been listed on Time Magazine's list of the world’s 100 most influential people, which also mentions the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, and terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Schumi, indeed, isn't the only sports-person mentioned in the list, rather there are also NBA All-Star LeBron James, sailor Ellen MacArthur, Russian businessman and Chelsea owner Roman Ambromovich and anti-doping chief Richard Pound. Moreover, the list also comprises people from 31 different countries, including rappers, designers, world leaders and a tsunami survivor.


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Gretchen Wilson Wins CMT Award

April 12, 2005 03:55:29 GMT

Gretchen Wilson won the Country Music Television Music Awards, held on April 9, 2005, in the breakthrough and female video categories. Brought home awards in the celebration also Keith Urban who won video of the year for his hit "Days Go By." Opened the show was Kenny Chesney, who at that time won best male video for "I Go Back," with his hit "Keg in the Closet"

Along with them were Brad Paisley and Alison Krauss who won collaborative video of the year for their duet "Whiskey Lullaby"; Rascal Flatts won best group/duo video for "Feels Like Today"; and Toby Keith won hottest video for "Whiskey Girl." Mentioned also to bring home their victory were Tim McGraw who won most inspiring video for "Live Like You Were Dying"; and actor/director Rick Schroder won best director for the "Whiskey Lullaby" video.
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Depeche Mode Recording New Album

April 12, 2005 03:38:53 GMT

Depeche Mode members are all gathered in Santa Barbara, California, recording the follow-up to their 2001's "Exciter," which previously debuted at No. 2 on the European Top 100 Albums chart. The not yet titled set, co-produced by the band with Ben Hiller, is due the fall via Mute internationally and by Reprise/Warner Bros. in North America.

Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan says to be very excited about the new material on the set and that they're all in the group feel incredibly positive about it because Ben Hillier has brought a whole new dynamic to the group which is quite inspiring.
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RHCP & Weezer to Headline Las Vegas Celebration

April 12, 2005 03:21:03 GMT

Red Hot Chili Peppers and Weezer have been tapped to headline this summer's Las Vegas' centennial celebration, which is scheduled on July 2, 2005 on the grounds of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.

There will be 50,000 free tickets for the show that will be distributed from April 18, 2005, via the event's official Web site; http://www.vegasrocks100.com.
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"The Emancipation of Mimi", Mariah Carey New Album

April 12, 2005 03:02:41 GMT

Pop singer Mariah Carey seems to more than ready to relase her new album. She's recently found herself at a downtown recording studio well past midnight, rehearsing with her band for shows promoting the release of her new album "The Emancipation of Mimi" which is available in stores on April 12, 2005 (on Island Records).

The best-selling female artist of all time is set to release her highly anticipated album "The Emancipation of Mimi" on Island Def Jam. The album has actually been indicated as one of the hottest releases of the year with international release date is April 4th, 2005. Detailing on the album, Carey said in an interview with senior writer Lorraine Ali that there's a lot of optimism on the record-but there's a lot of cheaters too.
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Nirvana, Public Enemy Preserved

April 12, 2005 02:33:25 GMT

Nirvana's landmark 1991 album "Nevermind," which launched a radio revolution and ushered in the grunge era, has been chosen as one among 50 others listed in this year selections worthy of preservation by the library's National Recording Registry. The National Recording Preservation Board, consists of 20 experts from the music industry and preservation field, picked the 50 nominees from nominations made by the public for recordings considered "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."

And so the recordings chosen in the list are those considered to help developing a seminal style and have become evergreens, which include; "Gypsy Love Song" (1989) by Eugene Cowles; "Ain't Misbehavin'" (1929) by Fats Waller; Glenn Miller's "In the Mood" (1939); Hank Williams' "Lovesick Blues" (1949); the Penguins' doo-wop classic "Earth Angel" (1955); John Coltrane's groundbreaking "Giant Steps" (1959); "The Girl From Ipanema," with Stan Getz, Joao Gilberto, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Astrud Gilberto (1963); and James Brown's "Live at the Apollo" (1965).
 
 
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