9 items from 2008
Thrice-rehabbed Lindsay caught drinking on camera — Inside Edition Check out Kristen Stewart's next movie, Adventureland — BuzzSugar Alyson Hannigan takes her bump for a walk — Pink Is the New Blog Minnie Driver opens up about dropping the baby weight — MSN Hot Gossip Does Posh want to be on the cover of Vogue? — Lainey Gossip Taylor Swift is the last-ever CosmoGirl cover girl — JustJared Mischa is mad Nicole copied her headband idea — D-Listed Julianne Hough is in Shape — Egotastic The celebrity baby names map — Lemondrop Megan Fox runs errands in a super-tight dress — Hollywood Tuna Dakota Fanning defends her controversial scene — Hollywood Rag Brad Garrett isn't very nice — Idlyitw Sharon Stoned — cityrag Miley's boyfriend works hard for his money — popbytes Rosie still loves Barbara Walters — MollyGood Source »
Mindy McCready admits that she has "lived life recklessly" and made a lot of mistakes, not the least of which was entering into an affair with a married man when she was a teenager. But what happened next depends on whose story you believe—McCready's or McCready's. Back in New York after a trip to SoCal to talk possible reality-show projects, the troubled country songbird resumed spilling her side of the Roger Clemens story—somewhat contradictorily—to various media outlets. In an interview with Inside Edition, McCready says her alleged affair with the beleaguered baseball star ended because she wanted him to leave his wife, Debbie. But the "Guys Do »
A New book claims to have solved one of the last great mysteries of the 20th century - the identity of "D.B. Cooper," the notorious hijacker who parachuted from a Boeing 727 in 1971 with $200,000 in cash and vanished without a trace. And, in an odd twist, the culprit has ties to the family of Abraham Lincoln.
In "The Last Lincolns: The Rise & Fall of a Great American Family" (Union Square Press), Charles Lachman, executive producer of "Inside Edition" and a former Post reporter, says "Cooper" was really Jack Coffelt, »
Celebrations: Emmy nominee Ted Danson ("Damages") lunching at Blue Water Grill with wife Mary Steenburgen. And that was Deborah Nor ville toasting the 20th anni versary of "Inside Edition" at Remi with executive pro ducer Charles Lachman, weekend co-anchors Diane McInerney and Paul Boyd and the "Ie" team.
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- By MICHAEL STARR
I am sure there are some child actors that have made the transformation from child star to adult star with relative ease. However, none of them are coming to mind at the moment and I still have echoes of Christian Bale from The Dark Knight interviews telling me, "I would definitely try and convince anyone in my family and near to me not to do so at such a young age." He is referring to a role he played in Stephen Spielberg's Empire of the Sun at the age of 13. Well, at the age of 11 Miley Cyrus had a role in Tim Burton's Big Fish and by the age of 14 she was Hannah Montana. Since then she has posed in racy photos for Vanity Fair and been seen online in photos many consider unbecoming for a girl her age. She is now 15-years-old and it seems she may »
- Brad Brevet
Lindsay Lohan's enemies are coming out of hiding in the wake of her fur-coat controversy – and now a model is rehashing her claims that Lohan stole her clothing as well. The same week a Columbia University student insisted Lohan swiped her $11,000 blond mink coat in New York City earlier this year, model Lauren Hastings says on the buzznet.com Web site that Lindsay lifted thousands of dollars worth of items from her closet, Inside Edition reports. "Basically, I have two closets, a lot of the stuff was missing out of one and the next closet was almost completely empty, »
Lindsay Lohan has become the target of yet another fashionista, who's accusing the actress of swiping thousands of dollars' worth of items from her closet during a party last year.
Earlier this month, Lohan was accused of stealing an $11,000 (GBP5,500) fur coat after it went missing at a New York nightspot back in January.
Model Hastings - who is currently dating Transformers star Shia LeBeouf - claims the incident occurred when she was hosting a party that Lohan attended last spring.
She tells U.S. TV show Inside Edition, "Basically... my closets were emptied. I can be the one person not to let Lindsay get away with this."
According to the New York Post, Hastings originally went forward with the story to an entertainment website following the incident, but the model insists she reached out to Lohan first: "I contacted Lindsay and said, 'Look, I know you stole my clothes.' She then said I was completely delusional, I was pathetic , I was out of my mind."
Los Angeles County prosecutors have declined to press charges against Lohan, citing insufficient evidence of Hastings' claims.
Retired Deputy Attorney Greg Somes, who reviewed the case last year, says: "There was clothing (Lohan) was entitled to take. So the issue is if she took clothes she was not entitled to take, and no one can say if she did that or did not."
Lohan's spokesperson has yet to respond to the New York Post report. »
NEW YORK -- TruTV has canceled Star Jones Reynolds' legal-focused talk show after a six-month run.
The talk show ran 3 p.m. weekdays. The last episode will be today.fri "Arrest & Trial" will run in that slot
"Due to the rebranding and programming refocus of the network, truTV and Star Jones Reynolds have mutually agreed to cease production of the Star Jones show," said a memo from Marc Juris, executive vp and GM of the channel formerly known as Court TV.
The show, which began in August, showcased Reynolds' work as a TV host and former lawyer. She will remain with the network as a contributor to the channel's trial coverage.
Reynolds, who was an assistant district attorney and senior assistant district attorney in Brooklyn, N.Y., began her broadcast career with Court TV in 1991. She also has worked for NBC and Inside Edition and became co-host of ABC chatfest The View in 1997.
She left The View in 2006 after her contract wasn't renewed. »
UPDATED 10:14 p.m. PT Jan. 24
Sunday's SAG Awards will be the industry's first red-carpet event in this strike-fractured awards season, and even the prospect of heavy rain hasn't dampened the enthusiasm.
"Considering we don't know what's going on with the Oscars and the fact that there wasn't a red carpet at the Globes, we're pulling out all the stops," "Access Hollywood" executive producer Rob Silverstein said.
The entertainment magazines and cable outlets are ready to throw more weight behind their coverage of this year's carpet and ceremony, following the WGA strike-ravaged Golden Globes on Jan. 13 and given the Oscar uncertainty. That means the SAG Awards -- which received a waiver from the WGA -- likely will attract more hoopla than ever in their 14th year.
Among those beefing up their presence on the red carpet or increasing the amount of time they are planning to devote to the SAG Awards are syndicated TV magazines "Access Hollywood", "Entertainment Tonight", "Inside Edition" and "Extra" and cable channels E! Entertainment and TV Guide.
Said "Inside Edition" exec producer Charles Lachman: "We're definitely covering the SAG Awards more than usual. We're always interested in the event, but obviously it will have more news value this go-round because of the strike and the possibility that it might be the only big red-carpet event of the awards season. So we're going all out on it."
Both "Access" and "Inside" are increasing their presence on the red carpet with additional camera positions. "Access" also is shooting in high-definition at the SAG ceremony for the first time and is planning "stunts" backstage and on the red carpet that it normally reserves for the bigger awards shows.
Silverstein said that three-quarters of Monday's TV show likely will be devoted to the SAG Awards, depending on other breaking news. "Access" also will be streaming interviews live from the red carpet on its Web site, marking the first time it will have done so at any awards show.
Lachman said "Inside" is "doubling its resources" for its SAG Awards coverage and also will be backstage in a one-on-one room, though he said it's hard to say how much of Monday's show will be devoted to the ceremony at this point.
9 items from 2008
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