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February 04, 2006

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Cox and Mohr Got Engaged

February 04, 2006 06:05:12 GMT

Happy tidings came from Nikki Cox and Jay Mohr as the couple, through Cox's publicist, Alisha Mahon, proclaimed their engagement on Friday, February 3, followed by a plan to marry next winter. The actress first met Mohr when he guest-starred on NBC series "Las Vegas" in which she has joined since 2003.
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Crow and Armstrong Not an Item Anymore

February 04, 2006 05:57:59 GMT

It's over before they could make their way to marriage altar. Sheryl Crow and Lance Armstrong shockingly decided to go on their own path on Friday, February 3 after engaged for a year, putting an end to their marriage plan which is intended to be held in Armstrong's hometown of Austin. "After much thought and consideration we have made a very tough decision to split up," so said the couple in a joint statement issued to People Magazine. "We both have a deep love and respect for each other, and we ask that everyone respect our privacy during this difficult time." In the meantime, either Crow's publicist or Armstrong's agent have not yet reveal any comments dealing with this matter.
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Cutie and Ferdinand Join Forces for U.S Tour

February 04, 2006 05:04:27 GMT

Get ready to see the hottest act of this year for Death Cab for Cutie and Franz Ferdinand set to team up for a co-headlining tour in the United States, starting March 22 in Oregon. Death Cab bassist, Nick Harmer, has revealed that the idea to tour with Franz Ferdinand came after the members of his band began talking about plans to launch a U.S. tour. "We were like 'Why don't we tour with another big band and see how it goes?" he remarked. As for the reason for picking Franz Ferdinand to accompany them, he simply said: "The Franz Ferdinand guys all seem to be very much in line with how we feel about rock 'n' roll." Hmm, really can't wait to see the gig.
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Music Stars Go Red in Runway

February 04, 2006 04:59:27 GMT

Appearing on the catwalk instead of music stage, LeAnn Rimes, Lindsay Lohan, Sheryl Crow, Lee Ann Womack, Christina Milian, Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas, Deborah Harry, Eartha Kitt, and Elaine Stritch all took their turns to strut their stuff at New York Fashion Week on Friday, February 3 as the participants of the annual Red Dress Collection, staged by The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to raise awareness about women and heart disease. All dressed in red outfit created by top designers: Rimes appeared in Zac Posen's spaghetti-strap gown with a tightly pleated bust and high-front slit, Crow in a scarf-style halter dress by Ralph Lauren while Milian in a flowing gown with jeweled straps by Max Azria Atelier. Meanwhile, Lohan, who made the peace sign at photographers as she reached the end of the runway, modeled a long-sleeve Calvin Klein gown with a V-front, followed by Womack in a strapless gown with gathering and satin strips on the bodice by Carmen Marc Valvo.
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Hilton's Dispute over Personal Items

February 04, 2006 04:51:30 GMT

Another awful case hit Paris Hilton when a man known for handling deals involving celebrity porn named David Hans Schmidt has intended to make an auction of her private belongings which include diaries and pictures of her in various stages of undress. Schmidt revealed that he was seeking $20 million for the items which he described to consist of 18 diaries recounting Hilton's past sexual dalliances, celebrity encounters and other adventures, also some photos of her at "wild parties" on yachts and in private homes besides her computers, clothing, videos and furniture.
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What's Left of Nick Lachey

February 04, 2006 02:48:35 GMT

The end of his marriage with Jessica Simpson does not mean the end of everything for Nick Lachey, instead it turns out to be a new beginning in his life also music career as he emerges with new single, "What's Left of Me", debuted exclusively on Friday, February 3 via AOLMusic.com. "As with most of my music - the inspiration is my life," he said of his inspiration for this new song in an interview with the site. "The beauty of music is interpretation. I'll let everyone draw their own conclusions."
 
 
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