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Final Nominees for the 2006 CMT Music Awards

March 16, 2006 06:59:49 GMT

The final nominees for the 2006 CMT Music Awards have been announced Wednesday March 15th, 2006 and so voting is underway. Leading the long list of the musicians vie for the prestigious award is Mississippi girl Faith Hill. The singer nabs four nominations all at once, including that for the categories of Best Video Of The Year for "Like We Never Loved at All" with husband Tim McGraw.

Following close behind with three nominations is Carrie Underwood who among others up for the categories of Best Video By A Female Artist for "Jesus Take the Wheel." Also grab three nominations are Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Trace Adkins, and Brooks & Dunn. Toby Keith and fellow musician Kenny Chesney, get two nominations each, all of which for the same categories that is Best Video Of The Year and Best Video By A Male Artist.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Split, Phil Collins & Wife of Six Years, Orianne

March 16, 2006 06:09:12 GMT

Divorce. Is it a disease, virus, or trend? Anyway, British singer and songwriter Phil Collins and his wife of six years, Orianne Cevey, have decided to split, adding the number of celebrities whose marriages do not ever lasting.

"They have decided in the interests of their two children that it is better to separate," a publicist for Collins, Mara Buxbaum, said. "They are both very sad that it should come to this, but have as their priority the welfare and happiness of their children and are determined to remain friends and be loving parents to them."
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Tonight, Jonathan Mostow Comes

March 16, 2006 05:14:09 GMT

"Tonight, He Comes". Not exactly tonight actually, but Jonathan Mostow has at least agreed to direct the Columbia Pictures' upcoming action drama.

Elsewhere, Will Smith has been slated to star in as the main role and produce as well alongside the likes of Akiva Goldsman, Michael Mann and James Lassiter.
News > Movie News

Nigel Cole to Reveal the "Secret Diary"

March 16, 2006 04:57:32 GMT

Nigel Cole, who previously directed "Calendar Girls", is taking "The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole" as the next film project he's willing to direct.

Based on the best-selling British young-adult book by Sue Townsend, the drama movie will be produced by Brett Forbes, Patrick Rizzotti, and Alison Owen.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Tom Green Hospitalized for Two Broken Ribs

March 16, 2006 04:37:13 GMT

Hollywood actor Tom Green broke his two ribs after being hit by a wave on a beach in Central America. As a consequence, the star was on Monday March 13th, 2006 taken to the hospital to get some treatment before then released the next day.

Recalling the what he called as a "near death experience", Green said on his Website that he was standing on some rocks preparing to go fishing when "a wall of water" hit him.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Jennie Garth's Pregnant Again

March 16, 2006 04:21:33 GMT

Actress Jennie Garth is pregnant again. A representative for her tells People magazine that the beauty and her husband, actor Peter Facinelli are expecting their third child together.

First met in 1995 during the filming of the TV movie "An Unfinished Affair," Garth and Facinelli tied the knot in 2001 in Santa Barbara, Calif. The couple has had two daughters, Luca Bella, 8, and Lola Ray, 3.
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Ailment Prompted Pavarotti to Postpone Concert

March 16, 2006 04:06:27 GMT

Tenor Luciano Pavarotti has to unfortunately postpone his upcoming concert in Brazil because of a painful back, so his publicist, Terri Robinson, confirmed.

The Italian star was on Tuesday night March 14th, 2006 taken to a hospital in New York. He was actually slated to sing concerts scheduled next month in Europe, including appearances in Zurich, Switzerland; Helsinki, Finland; and Oslo, Norway; and in June in the Canadian cities of Toronto, Montreal and Calgary, and one U.S. appearance in Washington.
News > Movie News

Fox Consider We Are Family

March 16, 2006 03:55:17 GMT

"We Are Family" so says 20th Century Fox who has acquired the rights to bring the upcoming comedy to big screen adaptation. The studio moreover also has had Dan Shere to write the script and Ralph Winter to produce.

As of the story "We Are Family" centers on an advertising executive who's embarrassed by his real family and hires actors to play his parents and siblings in order to impress his fiancee.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Lachey & Cavallari Spotted Together Again

March 16, 2006 03:31:50 GMT

Last week they were spotted together, but neither one admitted that they're romantically linked. In fact, after such denial, Nick Lachey and Kristin Cavallari were spotted together again over the weekend. Well at least that's what People reported in its latest issue.

The duo were seen having a drink together at Stanley's restaurant in Sherman Oaks, Calif. This of course left question on the onlookers' mind on whether or not they were just friends, even more taking into account the fact that Cavallari has just split from reality star Brody Jenner.
News > Music News

The Billboard 200 Champions

March 16, 2006 03:02:21 GMT

It's the first time ever that rapper Juvenile scores the No. 1 spot on the U.S. albums chart. The New Orleans star has marked quite a very good beginning in his music career when his album "Reality Check" sold 174,000 copies in the week ended March 12, to become the chart-topper on the Billboard 200.

English singer/songwriter James Blunt, meanwhile, bounces seven places to No. 2 with his debut release "Back to Bedlam," which has been sold 161,000 copies in its 23rd week on the chart. Secures the 3rd place is the Disney's television movie "High School Musical" which slips one place with 138,000 units.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Ex-Husband Wants Some Properties from Elizabeth

March 16, 2006 02:41:31 GMT

Actor Joseph D. Reitman, the estranged husband of actress Shannon Elizabeth, has on Tuesday March 14th, 2006 filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeking half of all property and assets the pair accumulated during the five years they lived together before they were married.

According to the suit, Reitman and Elizabeth began living together in the summer of 1997. And up until they got married on June 15, 2002, the couple agreed to "be equal partners in the acquisition of assets and in financial affairs whether such transactions were separate or joint," the lawsuit states.
News > Movie News

The Smiley Faces

March 15, 2006 09:36:10 GMT

Smiley Face picture
Moviegoers will in the near future get treated with the "Smiley Face" of some notable actors who have agreed to star in the forthcoming comedy. Included as the cast among others are Anna Faris, John Krasinski, John Cho, and Jane Lynch.

Gregg Araki is the one slated to direct the movie from a script by first-timer Dylan Haggerty. "Smiley Face" tells the story of Jane who by accident eats her psycho roommate's pot cupcakes. She spends the rest of the day desperately trying to replace the cupcakes, pay the gas bill, get to her audition and accompany her friend to the dentist.
News > Movie News

Rapper Kanye West Dives Into Motion Picture

March 15, 2006 09:14:26 GMT

Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West dives into motion picture. He reportedly is preparing himself to executive produce as well as star in an innovative feature film inspired by his music.

The as yet titled film project is of New Line Cinema's. Involves about six writers and 10-12 directors to craft the short stories, the movie is said to feature new and old music from West.
News > Movie News

Greengrass Signs Up to Direct the Bourne Ultimatum

March 15, 2006 07:43:31 GMT

Bourne Ultimatum, The picture
Promising "The Bourne Ultimatum" will be bigger and better than its predecessors, "Bourne Supremacy" and "The Bourne Identity", in every way, Hollywood movie-maker Paul Greengrass has signed up to direct the action adventure drama.

"We've got a script and we're underway. It's a new story, completely different from the novel." Greengrass said. "It's going to have all the excitement you'd expect from a Bourne film and all the intensity you'd expect from a Bourne story. I can't wait - it's just going to be f**king fantastic. It's going to rock. That's honestly what it's going to do."
News > Celebrity Gossip

Tina Turner to Record Casino Royale Theme?

March 15, 2006 07:11:24 GMT

When it comes to Tina Turner, everything seems just perfect. The great singer has had more than enough singing experience and moreover she has also collected so many accolades in her pocket.

Having them all as her asset, Turner is the ideal choice to record the title song for new James Bond movie "Casino Royale."
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