3 items from 2011
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Weekend Birthdays! (Note: Birthday shoutouts are for out entertainers, allies, or for any celeb that seems to have a following on Ae). Tyler Hoechlin (above) turns 24, Ryan Phillippe is 37, Michelle Williams is 31, Eric Stonestreet is 40, Colin Firth and Hugh Grant are both 51, and Bananarama and Shakespeare's Sister singer Siobhan Fahey is 53. Okay, time to name your top five Bananarama or S.S. songs! Here are mine: 5. "I Can't Help It" 4. "I Heard A Rumour" 3. "Stay" 2. "Venus" 1. "Cruel Summer"
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More than 285 guests climbed into the driver’s seat and shifted into high gear with Patrick Warburton at the American Cancer Society’s Bugatti Ball on August 6, 2011 at Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard.
A Santa Rosa resident, Warburton, of “Rules of Engagement” and “Seinfeld” fame, emceed the event. Curator Andrew Reilly led private museum tours prior to the formal dinner by celebrity caterer The Kitchen For Exploring Foods. The evening included live entertainment by Round Trip and vocalist Marcella Detroit and an engine-revving auction. Guests also enjoyed hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and a silent auction.
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Wembley Arena, London
If you've ever wondered what The X Factor would be like if you removed the judges and just focused on the musical acts, then wonder no more. This two-hour long showcase of the top nine finalists from last year's series starts like every episode; the opening titles are shown on the big screens and Carl Orff's O Fortuna whips the crowd of excitable pre-teens and middle-aged mums into a frenzy. You half expect Dermot to walk on and do a piece to camera.
It makes for a stilted and constantly interrupted live experience. Still, no one seems to mind as 17-year-old opener Cher Lloyd bounces around the stage dressed like a mini version of her mentor Cheryl Cole. She's one of the few acts tonight with star quality, and a stripped-down version of Shakespeare's Sister's Stay is genuinely touching. Other highlights include runner-up Rebecca Ferguson's sophisticated dance diva transformation, »
- Michael Cragg
3 items from 2011
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