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Anna Nicole's Journal Got Public Released

May 17, 2007 10:10:25 GMT

Anna Nicole Smith's private diary has been made public - revealing her most private thoughts on sex, men, motherhood and her mother. Excerpts from the late Playboy Playmate's journal have been released detailing Anna Nicole's personal thoughts on her life from 1991 to 1992.

The star, who died of an accidental drug overdose aged 39 in February, had written - 'Don't Read!! Personall' - on the cover.
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20-Minutes Tickets Sold Out in Prince's Opening Show

May 17, 2007 10:06:26 GMT

Prince's first seven London concerts have sold out in minutes. Fans of the diminutive singer snapped up all the tickets for the star's opening shows at The 02 arena in just 20 minutes. Another eight shows at the same venue have now been announced as part of Prince's 21-date London extravaganza.

AEG Live promoter Rob Hallet said: "Prince is one of the greatest live acts of all time so we anticipated a big reaction and we weren't disappointed."
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Melinda Doolittle Says Goodbye to Idols


May 17, 2007 10:00:25 GMT


It's really surprising that Melinda Doolittle, 29, was eliminated Wednesday night and left the Idols next week finale to Jordin Sparks and Blake Lewis.

"Congratulations to you two. My commiserations, Melinda, 'cause you are one heck of a singer," said a glum Cowell, who covered his face with his hands upon hearing the news.
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The 2007 Cannes Film Fest Opened Grandly with Sweet "Blueberry"

May 17, 2007 03:44:51 GMT


The celebration for world's most prestigious film festival is on now as the 60th annual Cannes Film Festival began to roll Wednesday, May 16, 2007 with Wong Kar-wai's "My Blueberry Nights", a tale of a girl's heartbroken travels across the U.S..

Attending the lavish event were two leading stars of the drama, Jude Law and Norah Jones, along with Wong who remarked "Cannes is the right place to show the film for the first time to the public." Other well-known names present included Kelly Brook and her fiance Billy Zane, actress Minnie Driver, the festival's jury member Toni Collette, model Eva Herzigova, and Kerry Washington.
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ZZ Top Scrap Off European Leg

May 16, 2007 09:52:14 GMT

ZZ Top's European Summer Tour has been cancelled due to bassist Dusty Hill's ear problem. The tour which was scheduled to kick off June 15 in Leipzig, Germany will have to be scrapped off.

Dusty has to go through a treatment for a growth in his ear which is affecting his hearing. It was reported on May 10 that Dusty was to undergo a chemotherapy but Dr Shawn Nasseri who is treating him said that the preliminary treatment will not include that or surgery. "In the near-term, we plan to stabilize Dusty's hearing and symptoms with medication and a conservative management strategy," he said.
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Rare Love Footage & Two Records Released in One Package

May 16, 2007 09:29:51 GMT

Rock outfit Love that rose to prominence in late '60s will have two of their 'so-so' albums molded into one record. The fifth and sixth album that was recorded for Blue Thumb Records would be out on June 26 via Hip-O Select/Geffen Records under the name "The Blue Thumb Recordings".

The record will be made a triple disc package whereby one disc contain the tracks from the band's 1969 album "Out Here". In comparison to their 1967 album "Forever Changes", this record is no value that it barely reached the number 100 in Billboard 200 chart. Some said that the experimental and free-flowing sound featured in this album sounds like a rush and the B-side of "Four Sail" which was released in the same year.
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Craig Lucas and Elyse Friedman Obey the "Laws"

May 16, 2007 09:22:19 GMT

Seemingly enthusiastic to gear up development on its "Laws of Motion", Plum Pictures has hired both Craig Lucas and Elyse Friedman to assume helming and writing duties on the project, respectively.

Already had Matthew Perry, Hilary Swank plus Justin Long in the cast, the comedy focuses on an uptight professor, played by Perry, who has to struggle with a repressive career and community, as well as headaches caused by his free-spirited brother and sister. Swank, in the meantime, is filling in a supporting role of his perfectionist neighbor.
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More Celebrating the Coming of "Sunday"

May 16, 2007 09:01:10 GMT

First Sunday picture
Adding a handful of names into the cast of "First Sunday", Screen Gems has picked up Katt Williams, Tracy Morgan, Malinda Williams, Regina Hall, Chi McBride, and Loretta Devine to all join Ice Cube in the lineup, Variety has reported.

A joint production of Screen Gems and Cube's Cube Vision, the urban-themed comedy concerns two men who bungle an attempt to heist money from a church but later wind up taking hostage on its parishioners. Filming has just been commenced with first-time helmer David E. Talbert directing from his own script for an expected release on Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend next year.
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Hell Yeah Avril Lavigne Is Hot on the June 2007 Issue of Blender Magazine


May 16, 2007 08:46:55 GMT


She's grown up already. Avril Lavigne shows her mature side by posing topless for the June 2007 issue of Blender magazine. Well, yes many assumed she really goes topless, but the truth is that she doesn't.

The singer, as apparent on the magazine's cover, takes her top clothes off with more pictures inside show her drinking in one angle and smoking on the other. In fact, she's not topless on the cover and was instead wearing a tube top, on which the magazine put a banner on top of it.
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The Smashing Pumpkins Add Summer Date

May 16, 2007 08:45:43 GMT

Making Paris their first stop since reuniting, The Smashing Pumpkins extend the excitement to Asheville, NC and San Francisco. In these cities, the band will play in multiple days and allow attendance to bring their cameras to document the moment.

Orange Peel, Ashville will come first on June 23 to July 5 and then Fillmore, San Francisco follows two weeks after on July 22 to August 1. A source said that this concert would be Asheville's highlight of the year and the biggest in Orange Peel's history.
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Madonna Trying Hands at Directing

May 16, 2007 08:34:26 GMT

People have spotted her trying almost all fields in entertainment business, from singing to dancing as well as from writing to acting, and now, she is branching into the area her husband, Guy Ritchie, is staying in.

Yes, Madonna is making her foray into film directing through a short film feature apparently based on her own life experience, the pop superstar herself has officially revealed.
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It's Official: Carrie Underwood and Tony Romo Are Couple

May 16, 2007 08:12:42 GMT

It's all in the timing. Carrie Underwood and footballer Tony Romo who have been reported dating but never come with official confirmation, finally showed up together. The pair stepped out at this year Academy of Country Music Awards on Tuesday May 15th.

The American Idol alumna and the Dallas Cowboys quarterback arrived for the award event together and took the red carpet hand-in-hand, thus publicly confirmed that they are couple.
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Movies Listed in Rotten Tomatoes' Comix Worst to Best

May 16, 2007 08:05:36 GMT

Spider-Man 2 picture
Noticing the current heavy flow of big screen titles adapted from comic books, Rotten Tomatoes, website devoted to reviews, information, and news of movies, has ranked all the ninety-four movies of the kind and compiled Rotten Tomatoes' Comix Worst to Best, a list rating the worst adaptations to the best.

On the top of the chart, the site casts its choice on the 2004 blockbuster "Spider-Man 2", Sam Raimi's second installment of the web-slinger's hit tale, while picking up other 2000s releases of "American Splendor" (2003) and "Ghost World" (2001) as the first and second runner-up, respectively.
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Mary J. Blige Handed ASCAP's Voice of Music Award

May 16, 2007 07:42:04 GMT

After shining in this year's Grammy Awards, it is only proper to award Mary J. Blige with one more honor. She will receive Voice of Music Award, which is issued by American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).

"Mary J. Blige is not only the `Queen of Hip-Hop Soul,' but also a guiding light," said ASCAP President Marilyn Bergman. "Through all of her struggles, she was determined to find and maintain her own musical voice." The award will be handed to the singer during ASCAP's 20th anniversary of Rhythm & Soul Awards on June 25 at Millennium Biltmore Hotel.
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Jennifer Garner to Produce TV Show for Mothers

May 16, 2007 07:31:31 GMT

Jennifer Garner apparently learns the best way of mothering from daughter Violet. Has had more than enough experience taking care baby, the actress is pitching a show for mothers.

Working on the new talk show, described as "'The View for mothers," the actress teams up with Lauren Sanchez, former "So You Think You Can Dance" host.
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