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January 10, 2006

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Mr. Blackwell's 46th Annual "Worst Dressed" List

January 10, 2006 07:56:35 GMT

Her celebrity status apparently brings Britney Spears not only good things, but also the bad ones. Despite her popularity worldwide, the pop superstar has been chosen as the Worst-Dressed Woman of 2005 according to Mr. Blackwell's 46th annual "Worst Dressed" list. "When it comes to Couture Chaos, this Tacky Terror should take a bow - looks like an over-the-hill Lolita," Mr. Blackwell said about the singer.
News > Movie News

The Winners of the 2005 NSFC

January 10, 2006 04:31:36 GMT

While "Brokeback Mountain" is a big winner at the 11th annual Critics' Choice Awards, "Capote" on the other hand is the Best Film of 2005 according to the National Society of Film Critics. The event held at Manhattan eatery Sardi's on Saturday Jan 7th named "A History of Violence" as its 2nd Best Movie and "2046" the 3rd.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Sold Out, Simpson & Lachey's Home

January 10, 2006 03:14:47 GMT

The house of former Newlyweds couple, Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, is put on sale. The twosome reportedly listed their plush Californian mansion for $3.75million.
News > Celebrity Gossip

No Joke, Swank & Lowe Split

January 10, 2006 02:44:07 GMT

Two-time Oscar winning actress Hilary Swank and husband Chad Lowe go separate ways. The couple who has been together for eight years decided to end their marriage, released a statement through Swank's manager announcing "Hilary and Chad have decided to separate, but they are hopeful they'll be able to get through this tough time."
News > Music News

Boyzone Coming Back but Without Ronan Keating?

January 10, 2006 02:22:53 GMT

Maybe envying the success of the just comeback Take That, teen pop phenomenon Boyzone reportedly is planning a comeback to the music scene. Stephen Gateley, in fact, has confirmed the report saying that his band does planning to reunite but without frontman Ronan Keating.
News > Music News

Fall Out Boy to Headline First Arena Tour

January 10, 2006 01:59:16 GMT

Grammy-nominated rock group Fall Out Boy is planning to headline its first arena tour ever. About which the band's bassist Pete Wentz says "We've gradually played in front of 50 to 8,000 people due to demand. We wanted to play arenas at this point to give everybody a chance to see us, but our next U.S. tour after this will probably be a small club tour."