September 15, 2006
--Jon Heder has skills.
-- Heather Kane, 22, was arrested Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006, and booked for investigation of conspiracy to commit murder. Kane was arrested after she met with what turned out to be an undercover Mesa police detective at a grocery store. Court records show she gave the officer $400 and offered to pay an additional $100 once a woman who appeared on her boyfriend's MySpace.com Web page was killed, police said.
--Actress Julia Stiles is set to make her directorial debut after editors at style magazine Elle gave her the OK to shoot a short film she's written. The star, a Columbia University graduate, was inspired to pen the screenplay for Raving after reading an article in Elle about a woman's romance with an older man.
--Radio City Music Hall will become a giant game-show arena next month as "Jeopardy!" takes over to host a celebrity tournament, with more than $1 million to be given to the winner's favorite charity. And word is the victims of 9/11 may be the recipients, with Alex Trebek telling his staffers to put out the word to the star-studded roster of contestants that the Twin Towers Fund is a very worthy recipient. "It would get us some major brownie points," said the veteran host. The Radio City tapings will be on Oct. 5, 7 and 8.
--Former Friends star Matthew Perry turns on a pornographic tape which parodies his hit TV series when he wants to reminisce about his time on the hit show. He joked, "I certainly miss the people. There's a Friends porno out there that I watch if I'm ever missing the old gang. It's called Fiends. "They've hired a bunch of actors that kind of resemble everybody in the cast." Perry claims he is annoyed with his character's portrayal in the movie adding, "All of the characters are sleeping with each other except for the guy who is playing Chandler, this is true, who throughout the entire film just sits in the corner wearing a sweater vest and masturbating."
--Britney Spears unveiled a new look for her website . The site features a tigers head morphing Britneys sultry gaze. Oooooohhhh...
--American Idol season two finalist Corey Clark has been arrested in Arizona for violating a court order and trespassing at his father-in-law's residence. Clark was disqualified as a finalist in the second season of the reality TV talent competition after it was revealed he had been arrested in 2002 for assaulting his teenage sister and resisting arrest. The 26-year-old also caused a stir when he claimed he and Idol judge Paula Abdul had an affair during the taping of the show and that she coached him on how to succeed in the competition.
--Stephen Baldwin is praying for Tom Cruise's soul. The 'Usual Suspects' star, who has become a born again Christian, says the actor and leading figure in the Church of Scientology is on his hit list of celebrities he would like to save. Stephen explained to Radar magazine: "On the Hollywood list of people I pray for often, Tom Cruise is probably number one. "I'd love to break bread with him and pray with him, and I'd love for the Holy Spirit of God to reveal the truth to him."
--Guns 'n Roses has announced the details of its U.S. tour.
--Christie Brinkley is officially ending her fourth marriage, to architect Peter Cook. Cook's attorney, Norman Sheresky, has confirmed that his client has now been served with a summons, which is the first step in moving forward with a divorce.
--On Tuesday nights Dancing with the Stars, Mario Lopez, i.e. A.C. Slater, claimed that he had no formal dance training. Well, it was as easy as reading his IMDB profile to learn that before his legenday role on Saved by the Bell, Lopez was trained as a dancer. LIAR!
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