MTV has announced that its hit reality show, Jersey Shore, will return with the original cast for a second season this summer.
Pauly Delvecchio, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, Jenni “J-WOWW” Farley, Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola, Ronnie Margo and Vinny Guadagnino will all “escape the cold Northeast and find themselves in a new destination” for season 2, MTV said in a statement.
“Our audience has fallen in love with Jersey Shore and its amazing cast who have really grown together as a family. That bond gives the show its heart, and we’re thrilled to reunite these friends to bring fans more of what they love — laughs, love, drama and of course, GTL,” MTV’s President of Programming Tony DiSanto said.
Famous Blues Singe Ettat James has been hospitalized for various illnesses, to include blood poisoning. She was already in a clinic to treat for addiction to pain killers and other medications.
“She’s been in a pretty big battle,” her son Donto James said. The singer has been in hospital for a week.
College Humor and other sites, claim this is the sexiest picture of Elisha Cuthbert ever taken. True or False?
Call the lawyers! A singer that goes by the name of Phoenix Phenom and her fellow co-writer are suing the Black Eyed Peas, claiming that the group stole a song they submitted to Interscope records and that it was later turned into the Peas’ number one hit ‘Boom Boom Pow’ illegally. While there’s no way to verify when the tune was submitted to Interscope or if the Peas ever got their hands on it, let’s go ahead and compare the two songs, shall we? Listen/compare below!
Phoenix Phenom Boom Dynamite
Black Eyed Peas – Boom Boom Pow
An informational piece about Conan O’Brien: His comedy writing career, his run as host of The Tonight Show and his break from NBC.
The father of figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was remembered by family and friends at a funeral Thursday as a family man who went out of his way for his three children and as a key to his daughter’s accomplishments. (Jan. 28)
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In a tradition that dates back to 1795, Anne Hathaway was the winner of this years Hasty Pudding Award at Harvard. Every year, the undergraduate drama troupe selects a man an woman for the award.
The event, meant to be fun, had Hathaway presented her award by men dressed in drag, then she had to ‘slay’ a dragon, and sing. It’s all in good fun.
Hathaway later gave a speak, “Please accept my heartfelt thanks and amazement that you have chosen my few humble offerings as celebrated entertainment. I will stand tall as I stand on this list, of hasty pudding honorees – you get the gist. Let us proceed with this day full of cheer – thank you for making me your Hasty Pudding this year.”
Miramax, the former indie movie studio that churned out big time commercial hits such as “Pulp Fiction,” “Good Will Hunting” and “Chicago,” was shut down yesterday by Disney. The former Hollywood powerhouse, founded 30 years ago by Harvey and Bob Weinstein, lost some of its artsy appeal after selling out to Disney in 1993. In fact, it appeared that instead of growing the business, Mickey & Company scaled back production. The studio has been on life support since the fall when president Daniel Battsek resigned.
Staggering, isn’t it? But famous WWE wrestler Chris Jericho and cripplingly anonymous WWE wrestler Gregory ‘Hurricane’ Helms are only too happy to prove that point for you. That’s why they’ve both been arrested in Kentucky for drunkenly fighting each other in the back of a taxi.
Real fighting, too – apparently Chris Jericho and Gregory ‘Hurricane’ Helms didn’t even strip down to their pants, shriek scripted insults at each other or trade poncey little pre-rehearsed slaps that they both reacted to in an unnecessarily exaggerated way. So, goodness, they must have been drunk.
To be a professional wrestler, it does without saying that you need three things – 1) a girl’s haircut, 2) a silly name and 3) a single-digit IQ. The latter explains a lot about wrestlers – whether it’s Hulk Hogan’s constant self-inflicted troubles or Chris Benoit doing something unspeakably awful to his family before killing himself.
Kevin Federline, ex-husband to Brittany Spears opened up about gaining weight and overeating after the divorce, saying it was brought on by depression. Rumors had been floating that he intentionally put on the weight so he would get selected for VH1′s ‘Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp.’ He says this is not the case.
“They called me and they asked me if I wanted to do it and I had maybe 24 hours to decide because the show started taping the next day after that weekend,” he said. “It just couldn’t have come at a better time.”
“Once you get depressed, you don’t really feel like doing anything. You’re kind of discouraged about yourself and then the weight gain too, or that makes me more depressed,” he said. “I mean, it’s a combination of all of those things.”
The son of Oscar-winning actor Michael Douglas admitted in a New York court to possessing heroin and dealing large amounts of methamphetamine and cocaine.
Cameron Douglas, 31, was arrested last July at a hotel in Manhattan. If convicted he faces a minimum 10-year prison sentence.
When asked by US District Judge Ronald Ellis if he knew what he was doing was wrong, he said: “Yes, your honour,”
Prosecutors said he has signed a plea agreement, but gave no further details.
In addition to conspiracy to distribute drugs, Douglas pleaded guilty to heroin possession.
The charge stems from allegations that his girlfriend tried to smuggle him the drug in an electric toothbrush while he was under house arrest.
Cameron Douglas appeared with his father and grandfather, actor Kirk Douglas, in the film It Runs in the Family in 2003, a comedy focusing on three generations of a dysfunctional family.
“Heroes” TV actor Adrian Pasdar — the husband of Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines — has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, police said on Wednesday.
Pasdar, 44, was pulled over before dawn on Wednesday after highway patrol officers said they spotted his truck speeding on a Los Angeles freeway at 94 mph and swerving between lanes.
“Upon contacting Pasdar, the officers noticed an odor of alcoholic beverage emitting from…within the vehicle” and determined the actor was under the influence of alcohol, the California Highway patrol said.
Pasdar was released early on Wednesday morning on $15,000 bail, police said. Celebrity web site TMZ.com said Pasdar had refused to take a breathalyzer test.
Pasdar played the mysterious Nathan Petrelli in the NBC TV drama about a bunch of superheroes. His character was killed off in November but may return for flashbacks.
He married country music star Maines, lead singer of the Grammy winning band Dixie Chicks, in June 2000, and they have two children.
Zelda Rubinstein, best known for her role as a phychic in the 1982 film ‘Poltergeist’ has died at age 76. She died at the hospital after suffering a heart attack. Her first major role appearance was as a munchkin in the ‘Wizard of Oz.’
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