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May 17, 2005

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The Newlyweds Priestley & Lowde

May 17, 2005 04:42:29 GMT

Former "Beverly Hills, 90210" star, Jason Priestley, tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Naomi Lowde over the weekend on Paradise Island in the Bahamas, after both have been together for several years and got engaged last May.


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Kilmer Apologizes Bus Driver For His Accusation

May 17, 2005 04:29:35 GMT

American actor considered by fans to be one of the most talented and underappreciated actors, Val Kilmer, has been ordered to apologize to British bus drivers after he accused them of being drug addicts. The star has recently in London during his stint in West End play "The Postman Always Rings Twice," when he accidentally provoked the wrath of The Transport and General Workers' Union (TGWU) by jokingly said "It's so easy to get round this town on a bike, but the traffic can be really hectic, and your bus drivers are definitely on crack."

On the other way around, a spokesman for TGWU fumes, "I'd have thought Hollywood stars would know more about crack cocaine than bus drivers. Still, I'm sure that my courteous members will brake for Val Kilmer, if he should chance to wobble in their path. I hope he's sorry."
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Weary Murray Takes Break from Acting

May 17, 2005 04:19:44 GMT

Working on a bunch of movies in a row has caused comedian Bill Murray exhausted that he decided to take a break, during which he plans to spend his time mowing lawns and reading books. Expressing his exhaustion, the 54-year-old American star said in a statement "Doing all those movies in a row, I didn't have anything left. I was gone for so long it really sort of took me apart."

Thus, "I'm really looking to cut lawns for the summer. I don't really want to work at all," he said, adding that he intended to sit back, read books and play a bit of guitar and piano.
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Rev. Run of Run DMC to Star in Reality Show

May 17, 2005 04:06:12 GMT

Rev. Run of Run DMC, whose real name is Joey Simmons, is set to star in a reality show titled "Run's House." Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Russell Simmons, brother of the Rev. Run, are among the executive producers.

The show, which is scheduled to premiere later this year on MTV, features Rev. Run himself, his wife Justine, and their five children. By means of which the Rev. Run must balance recording his first solo album with raising five children, ages 9 to 21.
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Hawn Laughed Off Wedding Reports

May 17, 2005 03:52:47 GMT

The blonde Goldie Hawn has laughed off reports she plans to wed long-term lover Kurt Russell. Instead, the 59-year-old star insists that her relationship with Russell is so strong because they are not married.

In a more detail admittance Hawn says "We are often asked why we have never married. I laugh it off and say, 'Been there, done that.' It didn't work for either of us."
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"Britney And Kevin: Chaotic" Premieres

May 17, 2005 03:42:09 GMT

"Britney And Kevin: Chaotic" has finally premiered on UPN with a one-hour episode titled "Can You Handle My Truth?" aired Tuesday May 17. The series, said to use never-before-seen home video footage shot by Britney and husband Federline, promises fans an inside look into their budding relationship as well as their private thoughts.

The one-hour premiere will then be followed by three weekly half-hour episodes, concluding with a one-hour finale on June 14. In a further attempt to promote the reality show, the couple have recently shot additional commentary for the show to help tie the storyline together.
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Stars Came Out at Oprah Gala

May 17, 2005 03:24:25 GMT

Oprah did make it. The gala, the talk show host specially throws for a lavish tribute to pioneering black women, has on Saturday came into real. During the gala, took place at the seaside Bacara Resort and Spa, Oprah joked with friends and praised the 25 honorees, including Coretta Scott King, Diana Ross, Maya Angelou and Cicely Tyson.

Then the star continued praising the women and saying "These are women who, when I was growing up, made a difference for me. The first time I saw Diana Ross and the Supremes on the 'Ed Sullivan Show,' it changed my life." Guests including Usher, Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, singer Patti LaBelle, Mariah Carey and Alicia Keys. Others at Saturday's bash included Gladys Knight, Halle Berry, Ashanti and California First Lady Maria Shriver.
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Country's Keith Urban 'New Groove King'

May 17, 2005 03:02:46 GMT

40th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards held Tuesday May 17th has handed New Zealander-Australian country singer Keith Urban three different honors in the category of Entertainer Of The Year, Best Male Vocalist, and Best Single Of The Year. Due to that fact, many have considered Urban to be one of country music's top entertainers and insiders, to add, have guaranteed that things will only get better for him.

Unfortunately, the honored singer won't attend the show, which is going to be broadcasted live on CBS from the Mandalay Bay Resort And Casino in Las Vegas, because he will at that time in Ireland, touring with rocker Bryan Adams.
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Joe Perry of Aerosmith has Released Solo Album

May 17, 2005 02:43:25 GMT

The 54-year-old Joe Perry of the long-running hard rock band Aerosmith has just released his first solo album in more than 20 years, in which he singing on every track and playing every instrument but drums. The self-titled album features a cover of The Doors' song "Crystal Ship" and "Ten Years," which is written for his wife Billie on their 10th anniversary.

Released under Columbia Records, the album has been sold a modest 10,000 copies during its first week, with hardly any promotion or radio play. To further support on his album release, Perry will next play a few live shows, but he won't take too much time off from his day job because Aerosmith will tour in the fall before starting work on a new album.
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U2 to Release DVD at Chicago Tour

May 17, 2005 02:23:04 GMT

Irish popular rock band U2, who politically active in human rights causes, will in the near future release its DVD, which was shot during their tour in Chicago earlier this month. The DVD is set to include a video for the lead track shot during U2's unrehearsed show underneath the Brooklyn Bridge last fall, as well as the clip for "Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own."

The release date has not yet mentioned. Fans can read the details of the release news on the band official Web site, http://www.u2.com.
 
 
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