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September 19, 2005

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Young Really Does Care on Katrina

September 19, 2005 09:34:56 GMT

Participating at the 20th annual benefit concert of Farm Aid on Sunday, Neil Young along with other performers successfully collected $1.3 million in ticket sales in their effort to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Young sang Fats Domino's "Walking to New Orleans" and his rarely performed tunes of "Southern Man" after thanking the audience for their support of Farm Aid's Gulf Coast relief effort.


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"Lost" Finds Its Way at Emmy

September 19, 2005 08:40:53 GMT

Setting out to have its second season aired, ABC's "Lost" has gloriously won the Best Drama Series category in 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. It also gained five other awards in the categories of the Best Directing, Best Casting, and Best Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series, plus the Special Visual Effects and Music Composition.

The same thing happened to another ABC's production, "Desperate Housewives." Aside from the Best Actress in Comedy Series award, the hugely popular program won the Best Main Title Theme Music, Best Directing, Best Casting, and Best Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series as well as leading Kathryn Joosten to receive the Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series.
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Moss Still in H&M

September 19, 2005 07:58:53 GMT

It is such a relief for Kate Moss as she continues to be the H&M's model after her apology was accepted by the Swedish company. Caught red-handed of snorting cocaine, the skinny supermodel has earnestly shown her regret to high street fashion house which is known for its anti-drugs policy.

Although disappointed with Moss behavior, H&M has been willing to still use her in its advertising campaign. "She has assured us it will not happen again, and we are willing to give her another chance," said the H&M spokesperson, Anacarin Bjorne. Lucky for you, Moss.
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Rodriguez in the "Lost" List

September 19, 2005 07:06:18 GMT

Briefly appearing in a flashback scene on the season finale of "Lost", Michelle Rodriguez positively got her role back as she has been included in the cast of this popular series for its second season. She previously portrayed one of the passengers of the crashed airplane named Ana-Lucia Cortez who flirted with Jack, played by Matthew Fox, at an airport bar in Sydney, Australia.

Nevertheless, it occurred to her that she had no idea of the future of her character. "I don't know what the writers have in store for me," she said. "That's why I like it so much. Maybe I don't want to know." As for the series itself, its second season will be aired on Wednesday.
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Zellweger's Reason for Annulment


September 19, 2005 07:02:07 GMT

It's probably the baby thing that has ignited Renee Zellweger to file for an annulment. According to Mail on Sunday, the actress desperately wanted to start a family while her husband, Kenny Chesney, has thought otherwise.

A source close to the Bridget Jones star has revealed that she was longing for a baby, yet Chesney wanted to wait. "Her biological clock is ticking loudly," said the source. "She is desperate to have children. Renee's understanding was that Kenny wanted a family too. It was Kenny who got cold feet."
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Crue Keeps on Track

September 19, 2005 05:43:01 GMT

In spite of the injury happened to its lead singer, Vince Neil, Motley Crue sticks to their plan to continue their Carnival of Sin reunion tour. Neil previously has been reported to break his leg after slipping off stage during the band's show on Friday night in Atlanta. The concert then had to be ended earlier as he was carried to Piedmont Hospital.

Instead of taking some rest to heal, Neil, along with the other personnel, has confirmed that no shows were being canceled. The band even has intended to hold a make-up concert in Atlanta. "He will be able to perform, but can't really jump around until it heals," bassist Nikki Sixx commented on Neil's condition. "Luckily, we have a few days off here and there for him to recover."
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Arquette's Triumph at Emmy

September 19, 2005 05:12:35 GMT

Give a loud applause to Patricia Arquette as she has been named Best Actress in Drama Series at the 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held on Sunday. In the category of Best Actress in Comedy Series, it was Felicity Huffman who has been honored to receive the award. Arquette won through her brilliant role in NBC's show, "Medium", while Huffman in ABC's widely popular "Desperate Housewives."

Other Emmy winners included James Spader as the Best Actor in Drama Series, Tony Shalhoub as the Best Actor in Comedy Series, Geoffrey Rush and S. Epatha Merkerson as the Best Actor and Actress in TV Miniseries or Movie.
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Depp's Mark on Hollywood Theater

September 19, 2005 05:05:41 GMT

2005 could turn up as a glorious year for Johnny Depp indeed for he has been bestowed a sidewalk honor in front of the Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard on Friday.

Watched by hundreds of his fans, the talented actor signed his name while also carefully placed his hands and feet in a wet concrete. "So this is weird," he commented. "I mean, to say that this is overwhelming is probably the understatement of the millennium."
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"Heaven" Drives "Exorcism" Away

September 19, 2005 03:50:48 GMT

Just Like Heaven picture
Debuted with $16.5 million, "Just Like Heaven" flies right to the top spot of U.S box office this week, forcing "The Exorcism of Emily Rose" to go down to number 2. Another new wide release, "Lord of War", takes the third place, followed by "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" which still maintains its hold at the top five, sitting on number 4. "Cry Wolf", which is also a new release, scores fairly well with $4.5 million to gain the fifth place.

Listed in order, the rest are: "Transporter 2", "The Constant Gardener", "Red Eye", "March of the Penguins", and "Wedding Crashers".
 
 
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