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Interviews: Singer Rex Smith, Adult Film Star Seka Remember the 1980s

Chicago – Two performers who made their marks during the latter days of the 1970s, and into the ‘80s are singer/actor Rex Smith and adult film star Seka. Even though they took different roads in their show business journey, they both were notable around the same time.

Rex Smith and Seka appeared at the Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show (now called “The Hollywood Show”) in 2011, and HollywoodChicago.com sent photographer Joe Arce to take some Exclusive Photos, and they both sat down for interviews about their different but era-intersecting resumes.

Rex Smith, Singer of “You Take My Breath Away”

Rex Smith is familiar to anyone who remembers the summer of 1979, when his pop hit “You Take My Breath Away” peaked at number 10 on the Billboard charts. The song originated in a TV movie called “Sooner or Later,” in which Smith also starred. His follow-up 1981 hit was a duet – “Everlasting Love” with
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'Glee Live! In Concert!': Win tickets to the NYC show!

'Glee Live! In Concert!': Win tickets to the NYC show!
Hey, PopWatchers: We’re back with more free “Glee Live! In Concert!” tickets, this time for the New York City performance, taking place at 8 p.m. this Friday at Radio City Music Hall!

For a teaser of what you can expect, read EW’s review of the tour’s L.A. stop, which featured a taped introduction by Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) and Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison), kids in Cheerios outfits distributing barf bags to audience memebers (Sue: “It’s that bad. These kids have no talent.”), and 23 full-throttle musical numbers from the show.

Here’s how to enter to
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Fear Inc. Preparing Cannibal Themed Album

Fear Inc. Preparing Cannibal Themed Album
The newly-formed "theatre macabre avant-garde band" calling themselves Fear Incorporated – founded by members of vintage gothic bands like Sex Gang Children and Demented Are Go – have recently gone online to announce the gruesome origins of their first full-length project, a concept album based on the exploits of a real-life cannibal. Learn more about the music, the artists, and the historic horror connection after the jump! Comprised of Cam Campbell & Kevin Matthews from legendary '80s goth act Sex Gang Children, Lex Luthor of veteran psychobilly group Demented Are Go and William Westwater from cyberpunk unit Sensory Savage, Fear Inc. plan on exploring concepts of "dark culture and historical...
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SAG Awards: Impressions from the Red Carpet

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The SAG Awards sparkled. Women in beautiful dresses, perfectly accessorized; men crisply attired in suits or tuxes; and flash cameras and video everywhere—it was quite a scene. There was drama …

… and romance:

Boldface names made their way down the red carpet: the bolder the name, the faster they moved. Oops, there went Brad Pitt (Benjamin Button). Too late. But Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) did pause for a moment:

He picked up an award later that evening for male actor in a comedy series. Meanwhile, the unofficial award for cutest kids went to the ones playing adman Don Draper’s children in Mad Men. Kiernan Shipka looks sweet …

… but advised me that if she won an award (she did, as part of an ensemble), it would go next to her Tae Kwon Do trophies. Easy there tiger! Meanwhile, her cast-mate and fellow winner Aaron Hart is a handsome little fellow …

… but
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SAG Award Winners Announced!

The winners for the 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® have been announced. The ceremony was held on Sunday, Jan. 25, at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center and was simulcast by TNT and TBS. Dany Boyle's acclaimed "Slumdog Millionaire" took home the best Cast of a Motion Picture, Sean Penn won for his dramatic performance in "Milk" and Heath Ledger was recognized again for his work as 'The Joker' in "The Dark Knight." Actresses taking home top honors were Meryl Streep who impressed most again with a win for her performance in Miramax Films' "Doubt" and Kate Winslet added another award for her work on The Weinsten Company's "The Reader." As announced by the Screen Actors Guild, here are the winners: 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® Recipients Theatrical Motion PICTURESOutstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Sean Penn Harvey Milk "Milk" Focus FeaturesOutstanding Performance
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