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People’s Choice Awards 2011!

Awwww…poor Taylor is single.

From PEOPLE:

Keeping its momentum from last year, the Twilight saga was the big winner on Wednesday night.

The latest installment in the series, Eclipse, picked up four awards, including favorite movie, surpassing nominees including The Social Network and Inception.

It also won favorite drama movie and favorite on-screen team at the awards at the Nokia Theater in L.A., and star Kristen Stewart beat out Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston for favorite movie actress as Bella Swan.

But the film’s heartthrobs Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner didn’t have as much luck when it came to favorite movie actor, which was awarded to Johnny Depp for Alice in Wonderland.

Pattinson was beat out again in a separate category for favorite movie star under 25, which went to Zac Efron.

Adam Sandler, another popular actor at the show, won for favorite comedic star, while his hit flick Grown Ups was favorite comedic movie.

Eminem continues his successful year, snagging the most awards in the music category. Winning favorite male artist and favorite hip hop artist, the rapper also scored favorite song along with Rihanna for “Love the Way You Lie.” The sexy Barbadian songstress also won for favorite pop artist.

House M.D. beat out Glee in the TV category with three awards: favorite TV drama, favorite TV drama actor (Hugh Laurie) and favorite TV drama actress (Lisa Edelstein).

Favorite new TV comedy was Bleep My Dad Says and favorite new TV drama was Hawaii Five-O

Pictured: Taylor Swift, Malin Ackerman, Zac Efron, Selena Gomez, Kathy Griffin, Minka Kelly, AnnaLynn McCord, Cory Monteith, Stephen Moyer, Raven Simone, Ashley Tisdale and Kate Walsh.

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Stars Tweet About The Overturning Of Calif. Gay Marriage Ban

The overturning of Proposition 8, California’s same-sex marriage ban is in full effect! Dozens of excited celebs took to their Twitter accounts to tweet about their feelings on this matter. They were very excited!!

“YEAHHHHH!!!!! #PROP8UNCONSTITUTIONAL MOVING FORWARD!!!!!!!!” Ricky Martin, who announced he was gay in March, Tweeted on Wednesday following the announcement that Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker ruled that Proposition 8 violated civil rights.

“This just in: Equality won!” Ellen DeGeneres wrote on her Twitter account.

Prop 8 was struck down! This news is amazing!!!! Its about time! Congrats to everyone!,” reality star Kim Kardashian told her Twitter followers.

Adam Lambert celebrated the court’s decision, Tweeting, “We’re gonna throw glitter on this barn tonight!!!”

Lance Bass, who is currently out of the country, Tweeted from abroad, writing, “Congrats on the overturning of Prop 8!!!!”

Kristin Chenoweth Tweeted, “Prop 8 overturned in California! Praise God!”

“So You Think You Can Dance” judge/choreographer Adam Shankman wrote, “And justice is served. We are equal once more. God bless the letter of the law.”

Sandra Bernhard called for even more equality, Tweeting, “if we can’t have the same tax breaks, insurance coverage etc, then we are not paying for your wars, get it together right now.”

Journalist Lisa Ling Tweeted, “Happy for my gay friends today. Love reigns.”

Comedian Kathy Griffin released a statement to Access. As many know, Kathy is big supporter of gay rights and has a huge gay following.

“I am, of course, thrilled and heartened by Judge Walker’s ruling… As we all know, the anti-gay movement is certain to appeal this landmark case to the 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in San Francisco and, ultimately, to the United States Supreme Court in Washington. So, while today’s decision is a key victory in the fight for marriage equality, we still have a long way to go before my mother Maggie can break out her box of wine in celebration. I urge my friends and fans to stay strong, be vocal and take strength in the knowledge that we will be on the right side of history.”

California voters banned gay marriage by passing Prop. 8 on November 2008. This was only five months after the California State Supreme Court had legalized it.

The current ruling will probably be appealed and may eventually end up at the U.S. Supreme Court.

Source Fame

Posted Wednesday, August 4th, 2010 at 5:17pm
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Kathy Griffin’s Diet Secrets: “Frustration and Starvation”

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Kathy Griffin admits, “My body is slammin’.”

But maintaining those curves is not exactly easy. Her diet?

“It’s frustration and starvation,” the comic, 49, told E! News at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards.

“I’m hungry all the time, and I’m cranky,” added Griffin, who donned a gold sparkly Carolina Herrera gown she purchased from a sample sale and Chanel jewelry.

One hot body she has admitted she can never measure up to?

“I’ve come to terms with the fact that I’m never going to be Jennifer Aniston,” she once told Fitness magazine. “I spent too long trying to get a body like Jennifer Aniston. It never worked. I had liposuction, and everything else. Then I realized, oh, what if I just ate better and exercised.”

Source, Fame Pictures

Posted Monday, February 1st, 2010 at 12:12pm
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Kathy Griffin to host new celebrity dance show

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When this season of Dancing With the Stars ends, viewers won’t have to wait long — or at all — to see their favorite celebrities on the dance floor.

Kathy Griffin will host ABC’s new show Let’s Dance, which premieres immediately after the finale of DWTS on Nov. 23, Usmagazine.com has learned.

On the new show, celebrity contestants will reenact famous routines from past music videos, movies and musicals.

“The competition will be hot — and hilarious — as teams of celebrities pay comedic homage to famous dances while competing for a $250,000 grand prize for their favorite charity,” the show’s site reads. “The show will include single dancers, duos and groups, all competing against each other to wow a panel of judges and viewers across America who will be voting each week leading up to the series finale.”

The two-time Emmy winner, 48, will host the live weekly dance-off that will run for five episodes only.

The panel of judges and celebrity participants will be announced in the next couple of weeks.

Source, Bauer-Griffin

Posted Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009 at 11:11am
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