4 items from 2013
Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves were glowing on the red carpet in Austin yesterday. The couple posed for pictures on their way into Acl Live at The Moody Theater, where Matthew, in his blue suede shoes, introduced a performance by John Mellencamp. The gala concert was part of a two-day charity event, which continues today, put on by the Mack, Jack & McConaughey foundation. Matthew and Camila teamed up with University of Texas head football coach Mack Brown and his wife, Sally, and singer Jack Ingram and his wife, Amy, to create the organization, which supports programs for underserved children. The event was the group's first fundraising effort since joining together late last year, and they'll be back in the spotlight today with a Celebrity Classic Golf Tournament and at a special Lela Rose fashion show at Neiman Marcus. View Slideshow › »
- Lauren Turner
No, this is not an April Fool’s Day joke: American Idol has cooked up a fun, fresh theme for next Wednesday’s Top 7 performance episode.
Yeah, I kinda wish Nigel Lythgoe & Co. hadn’t added the “Classic” modifier to “Classic Rock, No Ballads” night — why not let the kids go current, if they’re so inclined? — but still, we won’t get seven consecutive ballads. (What-what?) And as long as Nigel isn’t maniacally offering a meager list of 15 or 20 pre-approved songs, it’s a pretty broad theme, too, with plenty of opportunities for brilliance and/or catastrophe.
- Michael Slezak
Musician Rick Huxley, one of the founding members of 1960s chart stars The Dave Clark Five, has died at the age of 72.
The bass player, who joined the group in 1958, performed on hits such as 'Bits And Pieces' and 'Glad All Over'.
Huxley died yesterday and the group's leader and drummer Dave Clark said the news was "devastating".
The band was famously at the forefront of the British invasion of the Us charts in the early 60s, appearing on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' hot on the heels of The Beatles.
Huxley's death leaves two original members of the band surviving - Clark and guitarist Lenny Davidson.
The group scored a number one with 'Glad All Over' in January 1964, and twice went to number two - with 'Bits And »
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Before we get started, grab your keys. Go to your car. Drive to the store. Buy a fan. Come home. Plug in the fan. Point it at yourself. Set it to high. Turn it on. Right, now you just might be able to handle the exquisite hotness of the opening scene between Lauren and Bo.
Fingers curl around bed posts. Heads are thrown back. Lips linger on stomachs. Legs intertwine each other. Bodies heave and clutch. Fingers grip hair. Wait, sorry, make that wet fingers. Wet fingers. Yeah, let it sink in. You’ll get there.
Bo and Lauren fall back against the bed, utterly spent. Sweaty, happy and exhausted. Let’s be honest, if you’re doing it right you’re always going to be exhausted. Exhausted and neglecting everything else. Like proper hydration and nourishment. Or organizing swabs and accepting formaldehyde deliveries. Bo »
- dorothy snarker
4 items from 2013
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