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  • Doug Clark: Son’s in the Thicke of breaking celeb news

    They don’t call it a Magic Kingdom for nothing. Yes, I’m home from my family trip to Disneyland. We flew back from the land of palm trees and Southern California …


  • It’s the Apple of his ear

    So just how does Bill Clinton unwind between offering President Barack Obama unsolicited advice and helping Hillary pack for diplomatic trips? Seems he kicks it with a little North Texas …


  • Will Drew do some vamping?

    She starred as a buddy to that lovable alien E.T., but does Drew Barrymore have what it takes to direct vampires? The 34-year-old actress (“E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial,” the “Charlie’s Angels” …


  • Singer Carter still a wonder woman

    Lynda Carter peers at the ultrasleek stereo in her hotel room, trying to find the right button that will get it to accept her CD. “Now, where would Play be?” …


  • Hunter’s life a ‘Saving Grace’

    Truth be told, Holly Hunter isn’t convinced her character in “Saving Grace” needs saving. At least not right away. Back in 2007, when the first episode of TNT’s hit drama …


  • Brown charged with felonies

    LOS ANGELES – Chris Brown briefly appeared in court Thursday, hours after he was charged with two felonies stemming from what a police detective describes as a brutal argument between …


  • No science to nasty gossip

    Some celebs are always in the spotlight – which you have to think is better than never being there. There have to be times, though, when certain celebs want to …


  • Miley smacks Jonas Brothers

    The Jonas Brothers were good-little-boy hawkers for their signature film, “Jonas Brothers: The 3-D Concert Experience,” which opened Friday. Their appearance at the Palisades Center in West Nyack, N.Y., on …


  • The past helped push Streisand

    It was a challenge that Barbra Streisand wasn’t sure she could handle. Although she made her directorial debut with 1983’s “Yentl” – the musical drama about a young Jewish woman …


  • 50 Cent waits to make big bucks

    50 Cent is taking a back seat to Eminem. The rapper says he won’t release his “Before I Self Destruct” CD until Eminem’s album – tentatively titled “Relapse” – sees …


  • Gretchen loves to play molls from the past

    Gretchen Mol has been spending a lot of time in the past lately. Her role in the new television police drama “Life on Mars” pushes her back to 1973. And …


  • No L.A. life for little girl Ledger

    Michelle Williams has vowed that Matilda, her 3-year-old daughter with actor Heath Ledger, will not grow up anywhere near Los Angeles. And why would that be?


  • Clooney dodges Hollywood glow

    One of the faces that you might have missed at Sunday’s Oscars broadcast was that of George Clooney. Turns out the “Michael Clayton” star was meeting with President Barack Obama …


  • Cher lies low when in Sin City

    Cher’s concert stand in Las Vegas may be the ultimate representation of Sin City: It’s decadent, glitzy, oversized, over-the-top and a thrill-a-minute experience. But when she leaves the Colosseum at …


  • Bentley returns to simple roots

    When Dierks Bentley turned over his finished album to his label after two years of hard work, he didn’t quite get the response he was looking for. Capitol Records Nashville …


  • Cancer-stricken TV star weds, as cameras roll

    LONDON – Bald from chemotherapy and so weak she had trouble standing, British reality TV star Jade Goody married her 21-year-old sweetheart on Sunday – and her every tear was …


  • There’s no love like animal love

    Domestic squabble occur every day. But according to the New York Post, the kind of domestic quarrel that hit Sandra Herold and her friend Charla Nash on Monday was undeniably …


  • Brown’s apology too little, late?

    Chris Brown has been busy doing the apology thing following his alleged attack on girlfriend and fellow singer Rihanna. “Words cannot begin to express how sorry and saddened I am …


  • Battlin’ Lohans make headlines

    Every generation has its favorite celebrity-family horrorshow. Few, however, match that put on by the Lohans. First there’s first daughter Lindsay Lohan, she of the partying and on-set hissy fits …


  • Daley uses role to make ‘Bones’

    When baby-faced actor John Francis Daley joined the cast of “Bones” to play psychologist Lance Sweets, he expected to be at the receiving end of some sharp barbs about his …


  • Looking for balance is this Jane’s addiction

    No one would ever have to ask Jane Krakowski what her astrological sign is. She’s a die-hard Libra, always looking for balance in everything she does. Take her gig as …


  • Phoenix’s rap still rising strong

    Joaquin Phoenix is telling anyone who will listen: He’s done with movies and just wants to concentrate on his career as a rapper. People are certainly willing to listen, if …


  • King of cool? Clive Owen would rather be McQueen

    Clive Owen was born with the whole “tall, dark and handsome” thing. But “the strong, silent type” that got him tagged “the new Steve McQueen” as his film career took …


  • It isn’t lying; it’s just good PR

    Journalists have love/hate relationships with publicists, whom they typically refer to as “flacks.” The New York Post, for example, has little regard for Amanda Silverman, a publicist at the Manhattan-based …


  • Leo’s desires are simply human

    It’s nice to know that celebrities tend to exhibit the same kinds of small-minded attitudes that we mere mortals do. By the time this column goes to print, Sports Illustrated …


  • Miley fires back at tabloid press

    Miley Cyrus making fun of Asian people? As if!


  • Singer Shakira returns to school

    Shakira wasn’t always the rich, talented singing sensation she appears today. Though it’s now hard to imagine, the native of Colombia once taught reading at a parochial school in the …


  • Rourke makes peace with Penn

    You know how it is. You say something to a friend who passes the remark on to someone else who then ends up Twittering it. Things happen. Just ask Michael …


  • Roberts survives ‘trailer-park’ life

    The world of celebrity is every bit as manufactured as you might imagine, claims author Cooper Lawrence in his new book “The Cult of Celebrity.” And in the midst of …


  • People: Dennis Quaid tells his ex Meg Ryan to get over it

    A new round of hostilities has broken out between Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan, who, until their 2001 divorce, served for a decade as Hollywood’s epitome of the perfect couple. …

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