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December 28, 2005

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Tori Spelling Engaged Again

December 28, 2005 06:04:58 GMT

No joke, Tori Spelling is engaged for the second time. The former "Beverly Hills, 90210" star reportedly has engaged to her new boyfriend, actor Dean McDermott just months after separating from her first husband Charlie Shanian.

McDermott, who has been dating Spelling for several months, proposed on Christmas Eve in Toronto. Per Us Weekly and People, McDermott popped the question Christmas Eve while the couple was in Toronto with his family. It happened during an evening horse-drawn carriage ride and was sealed with a diamond and sapphire ring.
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Actor Don Johnson to be A Dad Again

December 28, 2005 05:06:28 GMT

He's 56 years old now. But, Don Johnson will be a dad again. The actor and wife Kelly Phleger are expecting their third child together due around May next year. "Both, needless to say, are thrilled," Elliot Mintz, Johnson's publicist, declared.

The couple, who tied the knot in 1999, already has two children. The first is a daughter named Grace, while the second is a 3-year-old son, Jasper.
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Affleck & Wife Donated Money to Political Campaign

December 28, 2005 04:32:34 GMT

Hollywood couple, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, has made donation to a political campaign. The "Daredevil" co-stars have written $500 checks each to help fund Massachusetts governor-hopeful Deval Patrick's campaign to represent the Democrats in the gubernatorial elections.

Affleck who is believed as a true democrat decided to make the donation after previously talked to her mother Chris, who co-hosted a fundraiser for Patrick in October 2005. In related news, Garner reportedly has officially taken her hubby Affleck's name and changed her name to Jennifer Affleck. The actress even has, in the recent donation made by Patrick, signed her name as Jennifer Affleck.
News > Music News

The "Devo 2.0" CD

December 28, 2005 03:58:58 GMT

World music industry will be more crowded as there emerges music group Devo from its long hiatus. By now, the group is focusing their music to children. Thus, all five members of Devo regrouped to re-record some of its best known songs to be included in their upcoming album "Divo 2.0" due March 17 next year via Disney Sound, a family-oriented division of Walt Disney Records.

The set will among others include the 1980 hit "Whip It!" with vocals provided by a quintet of kids, "Cyclops" and "The Winner," the first new studio tracks from Devo in nearly two decades. There will also be a companion DVD featuring animated and live-action videos for each of the tracks directed by Devo bassist Gerry Casale.
News > Movie News

The Gardeners of Eden

December 28, 2005 03:37:13 GMT

The indie film "The Gardener of Eden" will star the likes of Lukas Haas, Giovanni Ribisi and Erika Christensen. While Kevin Connolly is set to make his directorial debut, working from a script by Adam Davis, Leonardo DiCaprio will serve as a producer via his Appian Way banner.

A dark comedy flick, "The Gardener of Eden" centers on a young man who accidentally saves a girl from a neighborhood assault and then decides his calling in life is to become a modern-day hero. Keep it here for more details on that film.
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Oprah's Private Plane Grounded

December 28, 2005 02:43:00 GMT

"This is not a totally unusual thing. We see these things pretty frequently." So Santa Barbara Fire Department spokesman John Ahlman said commenting on the after Christmas incident happened to talk show queen Oprah Winfrey. Monday Dec 26th, the private jet of the star was forced to return to a Santa Barbara, California airport after colliding with a bird.

After spending Christmas in her 42-acre seaside estate in nearby Montecito, Oprah and her longtime beau, Stedman Graham, boarded her Gulfstream jet to fly to the east coast. Unfortunately, shortly after taking off, a bird struck the windscreen, forcing the plane to make an emergency landing at 12:30pm local time. Luckily the two persons are okay.
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Kevin Federline Launches Web site

December 28, 2005 02:17:33 GMT

Kevin Federline, the man better known as the husband of pop diva Britney Spears, has launched his own Web site, at http://www-dot-KevinFederline-dot-com. The site's introduction shows tabloid articles reporting trouble in his marriage with Spears, while Federline raps, "Keep messin' with my family and you're through."

It then ends with a screen that says, "Now that I have your full attention, never judge a book by its cover." With the unveiling of the Web site Federline hopes fans or other people could get the opportunity to know who he really is.
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The Real Thing About Bo Bice

December 28, 2005 02:01:19 GMT

American Idol runner up Bo Bice is releasing his debut album titled "The Real Thing." "I'm obviously very excited about the album, to see what people think of it," he said about the set. "I had quite a bit of creative control, and I was extremely pleased with that. I had a lot of input."

"The Real Thing" consists of 11 tracks that were written by Bice himself. One of them dubbed "Valley of Angels," is a ballad he wrote several years ago that was given a new instrumental bridge by producer Cliff Magness. It is about the idea that things aren't perfect. "Everyone fumbles and falls and makes mistakes. When you're down, you might not feel there's any place of serenity you can find. It's about finding peace," Bice revealed.
 
 
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