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  • Big stars rock the Lincoln Memorial

    Reporting from Washington -- It was a day that combined inspiring political rhetoric with the very best of pop culture. Tens of thousands of citizens, a throng more than a mile long on the National Mall, braved frigid weather and long security lines to...
  • Getting Fit(er)

    With the help of some of our amazing producers, a team of fitness experts and our friends at 24 Hour Fitness, I am about to embark on a journey. I got inspired when I saw one of my idols, Queen Latifah, on TV doing commercials for a weight loss program....
  • Big Stars Rock Lincoln Memorial as Inauguration Festivities Begin

    WASHINGTON -- It was a day that combined high-minded political rhetoric with the very best of pop culture. Tens of thousands of citizens, a throng more than a mile long on the National Mall, braved frigid weather and long security lines to attend a...
  • Nominees Announced for the 2009 People's Choice Awards

    The nominees for the 35th Annual People's Choice Awards were announced on Monday (Nov. 10), providing their usual populist contrast to the Emmys, Oscars and Grammys. While the Oscars may be prone to honoring things like "No Country For Old Men" and the...
  • 'What Happens in Vegas'

    'What Happens in Vegas'
    The most annoying expression-turned-official city slogan ever is now a major motion picture starring Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher. Finally! They play a pair of odd-couple New Yorkers whose initial hostility is followed by more hostility, then by the...
  • Party all day and night in glittery, glamorous Miami

    Miami Fifteen minutes behind Paris Hilton. An hour behind Michael Caine. A day behind Queen Latifah. Everywhere I went in Miami I just missed a celebrity. The only name I didn't hear was Britney Spears. Everyone else in the celestial pantheon seemed...
  • T-Pain, Lil Wayne rule the BET Awards

    T-Pain, Lil Wayne rule the BET Awards
    T-Pain and Lil Wayne have owned the music scene over the past year: It seems as if T-Pain's voice has accented half the hits on urban radio, while Lil Wayne, another ubiquitous collaborator, has appeared on the rest. In addition, Lil Wayne just this...
  • Fans Bid Farewell To The King Of Pop, Michael Jackson

    Fans Bid Farewell To The King Of Pop, Michael Jackson
    Los Angeles will be the focus of tributes to Michael Jackson today, but millions of fans around the world will join together to watch the star-studded event on TV, creating what could be the biggest memorial ever held. There's an all-star lineup...
  • Jackson Mourned As More Than An Entertainer

    Jackson Mourned As More Than An Entertainer
    Music legends, sports figures and others paid tribute to Michael Jackson today during an emotion, song-filled service at Staples Center. Jackson was praised as a music pioneer and a barrier-breaking cultural figure, who the Rev. Al Sharpton said paved...
  • New Line Applies More 'Hairspray'

    Nothing helps a studio look its best like a new coat of 'Hairspray.' According to Variety, New Line has asked John Waters to write a treatment for a sequel to the 2007 hit musical based on the hit Broadway show based on his 1988 film. Got that straight?...
  • Zadan and Meron make hits into hits

    Zadan and Meron make hits into hits
    When you think of modern-day musicals, two names pop right into your head: Craig Zadan and Neil Meron. A producing team for nearly 15 years, their film and TV musicals have won scores of Oscars and Emmys, most notably for "Chicago," which took home six...
  • Contrived 'Holiday' a Long Way From Perfect

    Contrived 'Holiday' a Long Way From Perfect
    "The Perfect Holiday" strives to be nothing more than easygoing and heartwarming, as well as to serve up relatively clean PG-fare and, according to the press materials, to be "the first African-American ensemble comedy for the Christmas season." Well,...