The 31-year-old former O.C. hunk shot a few scenes with castmates Michael Cudlitz and Arija Bareikis in Los Angeles on Wednesday (October 7).
Southland returns with season 2 on Friday (October 23) @ 9PM ET/PT on NBC.
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The 17-year-old Twilight hunk showed off his back muscles as he tossed around a football and drove around on a motorcycle. Taylor was also seen showing off his balancing skills, standing on one hand and doing back flips.
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Looks like this is Taylor’s big RS cover shoot!
The poetry is backed by music and voiced by acclaimed actors also including Samantha Morton, Lindsay Duncan and Geoffrey Palmer.
Morton reads Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy's sombre but uplifting poem The Last Post, inspired by the plight of soldiers in the First World War, to Gymnopedie No.3 by Satie. Lumley, the Gurkhas' champion, will be heard reading William Shakespeare's Sonnet 18, which will be backed by Beethoven's Piano Sonata No 8.
A proportion of proceeds for the album, titled Words For You, will go to children's charity I Can, which helps youngsters develop their speech.
Honor Blackman, Brian Cox, Martin Shaw, Miriam Margolyes, Anthony Head and Ben Whishaw are also taking part.
Ted Cockle, co-president of Island Records, a division of Universal Music Group, said: ''The potential scope and appeal of this album is incredible.
''The quality of each element, composer, poet and voice has given us an album that could potentially get the poems of Shakespeare and Lord Tennyson into the UK album charts.
''We have made poetry pop - something rap artists have been doing for years.'' [OP note:LMFAO]
Universal records will release the album on November 16.
The UK is leading the pack at this year's International Emmy awards with nine nominations, including best drama for Spooks.
Julie Walters is up for best actress for A Short Stay In Switzerland, as a terminally ill woman who ends her own life in a Zurich clinic.
The script for the one-off BBC drama was based on a true story.
David Frost will also receive the Emmy Founders Award at the ceremony in New York on 23 November.
Ben Whishaw is in the running for best actor for his role in Criminal Justice.
Full disclosure: If you plan to partake in any event with D.C.'s "Real World" cast, their producers can't guarantee that you will come out STD-free.
RW Productions, contracted by MTV, required contestants of the "Put Your Best Foot Forward" date auction Wednesday night to sign a waiver that went beyond the typical television appearance disclosure. One contestant leaked the document to Yeas & Nays when a fifth clause caught her off guard:
"IF I CHOOSE TO ENGAGE IN CONSENSUAL SEXUAL BEHAVIOR OR INTIMATE CONTACT WITH ANY SUCH PERSON I DO SO VOLUNTARILY AND KNOWINGLY AND I ASSUME THE RISK THAT BY ENGAGING IN SUCH ACTIVITY I MAY CONTRACT CERTAIN SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES. PRODUCER MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION THAT ANY SUCH PERSON IS STD FREE."
Furthermore, the sixth clause bans performances from union actors on their "reality" show. (Click here to see the full waiver.)
"Real World" rocker, actor and artist Josh Colon made an appearance at Midtown Loft to support Put Your Best Foot Forward -- a charity that provides disadvantaged people with tools for employment -- and its founder Joshua Kriger.
The tattooed stud started the night off awkwardly with production lights and cameras that left attendees scrambling to the opposite end of the venue as Colon sat alone. One event coordinator actually shouted over the microphone, "Please make your way to the front of the bar," where cameras had scared off those with a political career in mind.
Some participants possessed quirky and actually impressive talents, but Colon stole the show with his striptease. At $175, Colon had earned the second highest bid (outbid only by $10 dollars by a contestant who could both moonwalk and handstand.)
Colon promised his date a night at Tattoo Bar for bottle service, after the auction event. Fellow "Real World"-er Ty Ruff joined Colon for a night of 1980s rock where they drank Grey Goose and rubbed up against the bidder and her friends.
Reports have recently surfaced that Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger will be involved in a staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber's sequel to "The Phantom of the Opera," and MTV News has confirmed the report that Schzeringer is working with Lloyd Webber on his new play, "Love Never Dies."
Scherzinger's level of involvement with the production is still unknown, and her rep said that no further details are available at this time.
The Los Angeles Times reported that Lloyd Webber made the announcement about the follow-up to the highly successful "Phantom" in a statement. As of now, the show will open at the Adelphi Theatre in London on March 9, and a Broadway opening will follow on November 11, 2010. There are also plans to bring the show to Australia in 2011.
The story will follow the play's heroine Christine as she and the Phantom have run off to Coney Island, New York, 10 years after the end of "Phantom." "There's unfinished business," Lloyd Webber told reporters in London. "I don't regard this as a sequel; it's a stand-alone piece."
She writes in her blog: “It’s kind of odd getting into the Halloween spirit during the month of May, but, last spring, that is just what I did. It’s no secret how much I love Halloween, so pretending, way ahead of schedule, really wasn’t so difficult.”
She adds: “My staff worked especially hard creating my costume for this year — a ghostly horsewoman, and Rutger, one of my beautiful Friesian horses, joined me for this occasion. Mary Curran, my hair and makeup artist, did a superb job of transforming me into this eerie character, with milky contact lenses completing the look.”
“If you need some really great Halloween ideas, pick up a copy of this year’s special Halloween issue. It’s great!”
The baby, named Lou Samuel, was born naturally at 1am, within one hour of being induced.
The supermodel already has three children, two with hubby Seal, and one with ex-boyfriend, Italian race car mogul Flavio Briatore.
Seventeen: But is it beyond the realm of possibility that you and Kirsten would hook up?
Rob: If you talk to Kristen, she’ll probably say it was definitely beyond the realm of possibility.
“How much sooner” you ask?
As early as late October, my moles tell me. And while it remains unclear whether the little show that could (and has and shall again) would return to its Monday timeslot or find itself a new perch, NBC insiders who’ve seen the first four episodes are calling this season the best yet.
But wait, there’s more. If Chuck does come back sooner rather than later, the chances of NBC ordering additional episodes beyond the 13 it initially commissioned increases dramatically. And they increase further if it performs solidly… which for NBC, at this point, means my cat, Mister Scooch, sits down to watch with me. (Seriously, anything above a 2 rating in the 18-49 demo should do the trick.)source
This entire interview is ridiculous. Seriously. "She just goes up to people and says, 'I love your shoes.'" STFU Jon. And it's really great that Kate has "custody" of them on Halloween and Thanksgiving but at least you'll see your 8 kids for a COUPLE OF HOURS on Christmas before you get to go ornament shopping with Hailey. And WTF is up with all the mention of Jewish people. I can't fucking stand this guy!