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Kaiser Chiefs Turned Down Princess Diana's Memorial Concert

April 09, 2007 07:37:07 GMT

Despite many artists saying 'yes' to Princess Diana's anniversary concert, Kaiser Chiefs boldly said 'no'. The new wave band refused to perform at the memorial concert because they believe it is 'hypocritical'.

"It's fine if you're doing something like Live 8, which is raising awareness or events that raise awareness over green issues. That's all right. But a lot of them are doing it to sell more records," frontman Ricky Wilson said. "I'm not disrespecting her (Diana), but can you imagine someone like Kasabian playing at the concert? Elton John can do it - he knew her. I didn't know her. It would be hypocritical."
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Trio "Crossing Over" to Weinstein Co.'s Side

April 09, 2007 07:22:26 GMT

Crossing Over picture
Building up an A-list lineup of cast, The Weinstein Company has picked up Harrison Ford, Ray Liotta, and Sean Penn to all make appearances in its new immigration drama "Crossing Over", Variety has reported.

Described as the "Traffic of illegal immigration", the project presents intersecting storylines covering the controversial topic of immigration and those who will do anything to enter the States. Ford is billed as an enforcement agent who stages raids designed to corral illegals while Liotta will play a USCIS district adjudicator, a bureaucrat dealing with the problems of illegals.
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Goo Goo Dolls Confirmed UK Visit

April 09, 2007 07:15:44 GMT

American alternative rock band Goo Goo Dolls will visit UK in a number if shows. During the summer they will play at 7 different venues that include three festivals.

Kicking off at Oxegen Festival, Ireland on July 7, the band will stop at Scotland on July 8, Sheffield on July 10, Manchester on July 11 and London on August 16 before performing two-night shows at V festival on August 18-19.
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Jon Voight Teaches the "Bratz" a Lesson

April 09, 2007 06:51:22 GMT

Bratz: The Movie picture
Taking surprising turn in his prolific acting career, Jon Voight has given his agreement to have a starring part in "Bratz: The Movie", a live-action adaptation of the popular fashion doll line of Crystal Sky Pictures and MGA Entertainment production in association with Avi Arad Productions.

Set to hit theaters on August 10 this year through Lionsgate Films, the flick finds Logan Browning, Janel Parrish, Skyler Shaye, and Nathalia Ramos as Sasha, Jade, Cloe, and Yasmin, respectively, who bond together over the ups and downs of adolescent life at Carry Nation High. Voight will portray the domineering principal whose daughter Meredith, played by Chelsea Staub, is responsible for the pressures of disparate cliques at the school.
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Report on Nicole Kidman's Pregnancy Is Incorrect

April 09, 2007 06:43:07 GMT

Nicole Kidman is in denial, again, on her being reported pregnant with husband Keith Urban's child.

The movie beauty finally laid the persistent rumors to rest and has confirmed the pregnancy report, which first made public by News of the World, was incorrect.
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"The Living Tree" Came to Shirley Bassey

April 09, 2007 06:29:29 GMT

Dame Shirley Bassey's new single "The Living Tree" has a rather long story behind the making. The single did not simply pop out of the materials accumulated for her new album.

It all started when she coincidentally met two London based writers and musicians Catherine Feeney and Nikki Lamborn in 2005. Bassey was exercising in Monte Carlo Hotel's gym when the two handed her their fourth album as duo Never the Bride titled "Surprise". Feeny's and Lamborn's main idea was to get Bassey interested in one track "The Living Tree". Bassey put it into consideration, but the CD stayed in her gym bag for some time.
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The 5 Women Most Men Want to Marry According to British Esquire Magazine


April 09, 2007 06:21:47 GMT

Beautiful, sexy, and talented, Scarlett Johansson definitely has all the qualities a man seeks in a woman. The reluctant paparazzi magnet has thus topped the poll of Women Most Men Want to Marry according to British Esquire magazine.

The actress is at No. 1 on the poll, besting Aussie pop actress Kylie Minogue who comes 2nd, and British actress Sienna Miller at No. 3. Scottish TV presenter Kirsty Gallacher is ranked 4th, just one place ahead of Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie who finishes the Top 5.
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Johnny Borrell Dumped Kirsten Dunst to Reunite with Ex-Girlfriend

April 09, 2007 05:54:04 GMT

The heat is cold already. It's over between Kirsten Dunst and her boyfriend Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell. The pair calls it quits after just three weeks.

Talk is heating up that Dunst is devastated after Borrell turned his back on their romance to reunite with ex-girlfriend, singer Fabiola Gatti.
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Usher Got His Very Own Fragrance

April 09, 2007 04:54:14 GMT

Notwithstanding with the rounding speculation concerning his personal life, Usher moves on and taking a new project to complete. The singer-actor gets his very own fragrance, it has been reported.

Also working on his own clothing and accessories line, Usher has just inked a multi-million dollar deal with Liz Claiborne Cosmetics to create a fragrance line.
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"The Sadhu" Goes to India

April 09, 2007 04:53:38 GMT

Set to go to the next level in its development, "The Sadhu" will finally get itself filmed in India early next year, chief creative officer of Virgin Comics Gotham Chopra revealed to The Associated Press Friday, April 6, 2007.

A live-version adaptation of Virgin's graphic novel of the same name created by Gotham Chopra and Jeevan Kang, the project has already had Nicolas Cage as the leadstar and will be directed by renowned Indian filmmaker Shekhar Kapur, whom Chopra said to have been chosen personally by Cage.
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Gretchen Wilson Puts Hope for Third Album

April 09, 2007 04:38:31 GMT

After the big bang of debut album "Here for the Party" (2004), Gretchen Wilson went through sophomore album syndrome for 2005's "All Jacked Up". With the third titled "One of the Boys", she hopes to bring the 'Redneck Woman' sensation back.

The country singer took 2 years preparation to release the third album which is due May 15 via Columbia. With the help of Mark Wright and John Rich, she produces this record mostly by herself. "I've always wanted full ownership," she said. "I've been like that from the beginning." She then added that all of the songs are self-written except for two.
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Celebrity Guests Scheduled to Appear on "Idol Gives Back"

April 09, 2007 04:27:10 GMT

Numbers of celebrities rally to join the upcoming "Idol Gives Back." It is a two-night special held to raise awareness and funds for organizations that provide relief programs to help children and young people in extreme poverty in America and Africa.

The likes of Kelly Clarkson, Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Forest Whitaker, Helena Bonham Carter, Daniel Radcliffe, Teri Hatcher and Rowan Atkinson, are all scheduled to appear on the charity, a two-night special airing Tuesday, April 24th (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) and Wednesday, April 25th (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on Fox.
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George Lucas on "Indy 4"

April 09, 2007 04:06:39 GMT

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull picture
Opening a layer on what "Fourth Installment of the Indiana Jones Adventures" is going to be, executive producer George Lucas has confirmed to USA Today that the upcoming picture will be as action-packed as expected despite the fact that star Harrison Ford is in his sixties now.

Seems pretty confident that Ford won't have any trouble keeping up, the man pointed out that the actor will "play his age in this movie with what's appropriate", hinting that it all lies in how the action is executed.
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Redman, 2007 Is the 'It' Year

April 09, 2007 03:59:43 GMT

Redman may be Def Jam's hottest artist in the past years, but his work was nowhere in sight after 2001's "Malpractice". Releasing "Red Gone Wild: Thee Album" on March 27, 2007, the rapper has his explanation why it took 6 years to make this piece.

"Since I dropped my last album, the game done flipped and evolved. I wasn't willing to sacrifice all my years of banging out hard and providing that underground s*** just to get into the new groove," he said in an interview. Still staying under Def Jam's flag, he also encountered an internal problem. "My label was going through a shift, and there was no one behind the steering wheel that I was really comfortable with to let my project go," he added.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Mandy Moore Joining Fellow Celebrities to Run/Walk for Revlon's Women Event

April 09, 2007 03:55:48 GMT

Mandy Moore is lending her celebrity status to raise awareness to women's cancer issues and helps raise money for research. The singer-actress is joining Revlon spokesperson Halle Berry and NBC's "Today" co-host Meredith Vieira to host this year's Entertainment Industry Foundation's Revlon Run/Walk for Women event.

The celebration, which is the 10th, is scheduled to take place in the Big Apple on May 5th later this year.
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