I love how they give away the entire movie... Selena Gomez reminds me of a mini Jessica Alba in this movie... and the whole thing with Drew Seeley, whose like 25, is very wierd. :(
WE'RE hearing that the togetherness of Rosie O'Donnell and Kelli Carpenter, the handsome blond gal Rosie calls her wife, may not be so together anymore. They married a few years ago in San Francisco. I remember excited Kelli then showing me her new driver's license bearing the name Kelli O'Donnell. Whatever other difficulties such a breakup might cause, there is also a houseful of adopted kids they're raising.
Liz Taylor: Rollin' With Her Homies
Watching Dame Elizabeth Taylor get wheeled out of happy hour at gay bar the Abbey with her Maltese named Daisy and one of the bar's freakishly skinny waiters was one Cher impersonator shy of being the most fabulous thing we've ever seen.
Rebecca warned by Big Brother after 'threatening' behaviour towards Darnell
And Big Brother has already spoken to Stuart Pilkington, Dale Howard, Jennifer Clark and Darnell about their conduct following a row of Jennifer's defaced portrait on Thursday night.
Furious: Rebecca shouts at Darnell after he disclosed their private chat to Kathreya
The 21-year-old had raised concern about her position in the house after two of her best pals - Dennis and Sylvia Barrie - got the boot in one day.
The nursery worker exploded at Darnell after he told Kathreya Kasisopa something that she had spoken to him about in confidence - that she wanted Luke Marsden to win Big Brother and not Kathreya.
Tears before bedtime: Kathreya is hurt when she realises Rebecca would prefer Luke to win over her
Trainspotting star Robert Carlyle has emerged as the favourite to take over from David Tennant as the new Doctor Who.
While Jason Statham, Alan Davies and the Cold Feet star James Nesbitt have also been tipped to step into the Time Lord's shoes, Carlyle is the new frontrunner, according to bookmakers.
New Who? Robert Carlyle (left) is tipped to replace David Tennant as the 11th Time Lord
There is wide speculation Tennant will step down before the start of the BBC's fifth series in 2010 - but he has refused to confirm the rumours.
However, viewers who watched him recovering from a Dalek attack over the weekend saw him begin what appeared to be his cyclical regeneration process.
The final of the fourth series is set to air this Saturday, with the plot line remaining a closely guarded secret.
A spokeswoman for the series said: 'There's a limited amount of information on the website about the final episode, but it's fair to say we want to keep it quiet. In fact, we want to keep it as secret as possible.
Battle: Dr Who's old enemy, the Daleks
'We put a block on sending out preview tapes so no-one could find out how it ended. We even chopped off the last few minutes of the tapes for the 12th episode so there would be no clues.'
Bookmaker William Hill is offering odds of 2-1 for Carlyle, with a spokesperson adding: 'We get lots of calls from Dr Who enthusiasts who want to put bets on the next Time Lord.
'Robert Carlyle is currently the favourite but it changes all the time.'
For his part, Carlyle hasn't ruled out playing the 11th Doctor, saying: 'Would I do it? Possibly.'
Under attack: The penultimate episode, called The Stolen Earth, was watched by 7.4 million people on Saturday
British beauty Ben Barnes throws on a bright red soccer jersey and joins costars William Moseley and Anna Popplewell at The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian photocall at Retiro Park on Monday in Madrid, Spain.
In January, Barnes, 26, will start on the production of C.S. Lewis’s third Narnia tale, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
And if you’re wondering, Ben is single. He told The Sun, “I have no serious others, but I do have a film coming out which I think might help find a girlfriend.”
As for learning that Jessica Biel would be playing his wife in Easy Virtue, Ben joked, “It was like, Jessica Biel will be your wife and I was ‘where do I sign up, I’ll do it for free.’”
Also pictured: Alicia Borrachero, who plays Queen Prunaprismia in Prince Caspian.
Chewy: Hannah Montana candy snapped at the supermarket. Pic via Dlisted.com
Wonder if Miley Cyrus fans shared a few dirty jokes in the playground after snapping up some of this Hannah Montana candy?
The "Guitar" and "Microphone"-shaped lollies are part of the merchandise empire surrounding Miley's successful TV show, and we're not trying to make any wrong Miley jokes now - but come on, some of you out there are immature enough to draw the same parallels we are!
Earlier today we posted photos of Amanda Seyfried at the world premiere of Mamma Mia in London (click for all the photos). Now we have this story, apparently Amanda has spoken out about the antics of Lindsay Lohan.
The girls once starred in Mean Girls together, Seyfroed thinks the reason child actors go “nuts” is because they become so successful when they are younger.
On child actors the actress said, “I’ve met some people who are just so freaking distraught and who don’t know how to handle it, and I’ve met some kids who have their head on straight and are really happy. You try to stick around them. I kind of don’t expect some of these girls, who’ve been working since they were two, to be sane. This business is just weird when you’re young.”
She then went on to speak about the hit movie, Mean Girls, “I think that was before she got a little nuts.”
How long until Dina Lohan responds?source
Sure, she’s an international sex symbol and top Hollywood actress, but that doesn’t mean Penelope Cruz doesn’t enjoy a raucous game of soccer!
The “Vanilla Sky” actress and her actor boyfriend Javier Bardem were spotted in Madrid, Spain over the weekend showing their support for the Spanish national soccer team.
And wouldn’t you know it? Spain won the 2008 European Championship Final 1-0 over Germany. It looks like having a little celebrity boost was just what they needed.
After the game, Cruz and Bardem went to a local bar to celebrate, with Javier even going so far as to paint his face with Spain’s official team colors.
Hot Topic, a chain of stores that sells clothing and accessories inspired by music and pop culture, plans to start a digital music store called ShockHound. By the time it is introduced in August, ShockHound will have permission to sell MP3s from at least three of the four major labels, the company says, as well as hundreds of independent labels.
Hot Topic is starting ShockHound with a very different strategy from its competitors. Like most online stores, it plans to sell songs for 99 cents and albums for $9.99, prices at which profit margins are low. But just as Apple uses the iTunes store to drive sales of high-margin iPods, ShockHound is trying to use MP3s to help sell the kind of profitable band T-shirts and accessories it carries in stores.
“For us, music merchandise is where the profit is,” said Hot Topic’s president, Jerry Cook. “The reason we carry CDs in the stores is that to be in a music-centered business and not have music would be a contradiction. And you can’t be an online music store and not have MP3s.”
I’VE got 99 Problems and JAY-Z at Glasto is one.
The Jiggaman’s headline slot on Saturday night split the festival crowd right down the middle.
And I was one of those firmly in the underwhelmed camp.
I saw the man in action two years ago at The Royal Albert Hall and it was one of the best gigs I’ve ever been to.
But I felt seriously short-changed as I walked away from this performance.
The whole point of the big bill topper is to get your arms around your pals’ shoulders and sing along to the chorus.
So when Jay opened the show by miming to OASIS megahit Wonderwall – after playing a tape of NOEL GALLAGHER saying he was wrong for Glasto – I thought we were in for a treat.
It was all downhill after that, though. There was no spine-tingling COLDPLAY Fix You moment. Or 50,000 people singing Don’t Look Back In Anger and pointing at the sky.
There wasn’t anything to rival ARCTIC MONKEYS and KASABIAN, who raised the Pyramid roof last year. And the rumoured cameos that could have saved the show, from CHRIS MARTIN or Jay’s wife BEYONCE KNOWLES who was watching from the wings, never happened.
Bizarre lord Noel must have had a chuckle watching the performance.
A pal said: “I think he really enjoyed it. Particularly the way Jay-Z got the middle class kids down the front to throw their hands in the air and wave them around like they just didn’t care.”
TV host TIM LOVEJOY, who knows his tunes, agreed with me that it was poor. Speaking backstage, Tim said: “That was bland.
“You need big recognisable hits you can get involved in and after 99 Problems he didn’t really have anything.
Noel and Liam must be laughing that they were played on the main stage and weren’t even on the bill.”
In all fairness a lot of people in the crowd loved it. The kids on their gap year before going off to uni were getting stuck in to the audience participation. As was my Bizarre Deputy Pete Samson, who was raving about the gig into the early hours.
Glasto boss MICHAEL EAVIS was happy too, hailing the set as “absolutely brilliant”. He boasted: “It was incredible to bring hip-hop from the streets of New York to Glastonbury.
“We’ve a much younger audience this year. Despite all the doom and gloom, we’re now in a stronger position. Headline acts will now come to us.”
This is second premiere in two days for Charlize Theron, on Sunday (June 29) she showed up to the premiere of Battle In Seattle (click for photos), which her boyfriend Stuart Townsend directed and just like Charlize supported Stuart, he gave his arm for the actress at the Hancock premiere.
Also in attendance was star of the movie, Will Smith with his wife Jada Pinkett Smith and last but certainly not least, Jason Bateman.Hancock opens this Wednesday, July 2nd. Tell us, are you going to see Hancock?
Aniston, 39, and Mayer, 30, dined at Tuscan restaurant, La Famiglia.
“I know it’s corny to say. … I love my life right now. The fashion alone is pretty unbelievable.”
– Gossip Girl’s Leighton Meester admits he’s lucky in August’s Lucky, out July 8
For decades, musicians around the world have reinterpreted English-Canadian pop-rock classics, and the results range from profoundly moving to extremely irritating. For your Canada Day listening pleasure, here’s a sampling of Canadian hits covered by artists from Britain, the U.S. and Australia.
Rumors have been tiptoeing around about marriage troubles between Madonna and her husband of seven years, director Guy Ritchie. It seemed to everyone that the once wild, pointy bra-wearing Queen of Pop had settled down for good with her Brit, with her finding Kabbalah, doing massive amounts of yoga, and adopting little David from Malawi. However, all indications point towards a confirmation of a divorce, with word that she's hiring Paul McCartney's divorce lawyer, Fiona Shackleton. Thus, another celebrity marriage bites the dust. Sad, sad, sad. All relationships and marriages face their challenges, but in the world of Hollywood and fame, there are booby traps left and right from being surrounded by gorgeous men and women, having nasty rumors spread, and over publicized romances.
After the jump, pitfalls that celebrity couples face that us average Joe's and Jane's don't have to deal with.