Rapper Eminem explicitly denied his retirement reports, telling MTV News: "When I say I'm taking a break, I'm taking a break from my music to go in the studio and produce my other artists and put their albums out. That's called taking a break for me."
Dating Status: SINGLE. That icon displayed on Pamela Anderson's official Website is clear enough to deny recent rumors speculated on the star engagement to Tommy Lee. Or if that's not enough, the metalist's publicist two-word statement to E!: "Not engaged" maybe representative enough to say that the wedding report is completely false. As for her side, Pam even wrote on her online diary, "This is a huge misunderstanding. I am NOT getting married. Period. I am not engaged to Tommy Lee."
As said by Mya Tyler's rep Emily Olsen, "After taking steps toward trying to improve their marriage, Mia and Dave have mutually decided that their lives are heading in different directions and they want different things from their futures." Their many differences at last meet the twosome in their one and only similarity, which is separation.
Because of worsening tendonitis in her wrists and hands, singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco will take one-year career hiatus, beginning this month after her July 31 gig in Floyd, Va. This ploy obviously makes DiFranco to cancel her West Coast tour due to begin August 30 in Boise, Idaho.
"She Spies" kind of high-qualified tasks to join in, and with her "Beauty and Power" actress Natasha Henstridge finally is joining the cast of ABC's upcoming drama series "Commander-in-Chief" in a recurring role. In the Touchstone Television-produced political drama, she will play the assistant of the House speaker, a role played by Donald Sutherland. Besides the two of them, the series will also star Geena Davis as the first female U.S. president.
Actress Christina Ricci has been attached to portray a woman who sets out to end her life-long streak of bad luck, which is the title character of the upcoming drama "Penelope." Will serve as producer is Reese Witherspoon, who will also produce via her Type A Films banner besides star in as supporting role.
These days aren't too windy for Neil Young to release his latest album, "Prairie Wind," as a CD/DVD package. Thus, the singer said on his Web site (http://www.neilyoung.com) he would have the album released September 20 via Reprise Records. Involved in this project are keyboardist Spooner Oldham, pedal steel guitarist Ben Keith and drummer Carl Himmel.
Unveiling, that's the Greek term meaning of Mel Gibson's next self-financed epic "Apocalypto." Similar to "The Passion of the Christ," the actor will, for this new project, act as director, writer, and producer as well. Though, he won't star in.
Jennifer Lopez fanatics have now had more choices of the diva products to be bought to add their collection. The star devotees can buy JLo line of products at Marshall Field's store on State Street as the first U.S. store that Lopez finally picked up to house her things.