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June 23, 2005

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Sticky 12 Stitches

June 23, 2005 04:23:05 GMT

He's gotten 12 stitches in his neck as a result of the glass bottle attack happened to him during his leaving the Hollywood Friday party held at a bash at the home of Rick Salomon. Feels "insecure" with that incident, Leonardo DiCaprio soon filed a police report claiming he was assaulted with a deadly weapon and needed hospital treatment for his wounds. According to police, no suspects have been arrested and the motive for the attack itself remains unknown.
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The Italian Honorary Citizen

June 23, 2005 04:02:08 GMT

Film legend Sophia Loren has been granted the honorary citizenship by people of her hometown in southern Italy, for which they have a ceremony held on Wednesday in Pozzuoli, just outside Naples. Receiving the honor with tears in her eyes, Loren said, "Thank you, thank you, I don't know if I deserve it."
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Spoof Chore for Hannigan

June 23, 2005 03:23:51 GMT

The Regency Enterprises is outing their new project, which is the work of Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer. Approached to star in the untitled spoof of the romantic comedies among others are Alyson Hannigan, Eddie Griffin, Fred Willard, Jennifer Coolidge, and British newcomer Adam Campbell.
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RHCP Still Hot Despite Concert Relocation

June 23, 2005 03:01:42 GMT

Fans are everything for performers, and so for Red Hot Chili Peppers. Mainly because they're special, the band wants to give all the best for them, hence traffic, exits, and the heat are the particular things that make RHCP moves their concert, which supposedly to take place in the parking lot of the Las Vegas Convention Center just off the Strip, to the Sam Boyd Sports Complex, on Russell Road east of Boulder Highway.
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Coldplay Stays Cool

June 23, 2005 02:30:10 GMT

Coldplay stays cool. Yes, the British band stays cool, topping the album charts for the second week with their album "X&Y," though there are some newcomers eyeing on the position. With their "X&Y" sold 323,000 copies in the week ended June 19, the band conquers Foo Fighters, whose "In Your Honor" sold for 310,600 copies, reining the second top. Behind both is the "Never Gone" of Backstreet Boys with 291,000 copies.
 
 
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