Entertainment News Archive - January 11, 2009
At least one stand-up comic says she is not afraid to mock U.S.
Howard Gordon, executive producer of the popular U.S.
Former American Idol standout Constantine Maroulis will join a Broadway production of Rock of Ages in New York, producers say. Ages producers Matt Weaver and Carl Levin said they immediately were drawn to Maroulis, who earned musical notoriety during Season 4 of Idol, and felt he was a perfect fit for the 1980s rock musical, the New York Daily News reported Sunday. When we met Constantine, we instantly liked him and knew he would be perfect for 'Rock of Ages,' the producing pair said.
Former Jackson 5 member Tito Jackson should legally be declared the biological father of a 25-year-old New York woman, a lawsuit alleges. Tanay Rodney Jackson's lawsuit in Brooklyn Family Court alleges Jackson confessed to her while she was a teenager that he was, indeed, her father although he never publicly admitted their familial bond, the New York Post reported Sunday. He told me he was my father when I was 17, the younger Jackson alleges in her suit.
Clint Eastwood drove his Gran Torino to the top of the US theater chart this weekend, Box Office Mojo said Sunday.
Rapper Jamal Woolard says he paid so much attention to imitating the late rapper Biggie Smalls for the U.S.
Author Alexandra Penney says U.S.
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- A blustering, bullying fellow; a pot-valiant braggart; a bully.