Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The British-born performer sang the leads on several of the Monkees' hits, including 'Daydream Believer' and 'A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit You.'
Los Angeles City Atty. Carmen Trutanich received a boost Tuesday for his campaign for district attorney, earning the endorsement of California's largest county labor group, the politically influential L.A. County Federation of Labor.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Director Garry Marshall Reveals That Jessica Biel Talked With Him About Her Engagement To Justin Timberlake
Felony, schmelony. Brooke Mueller is unlikely to spend any time in jail due to her recent arrest for cocaine possession.
Sources tell TMZ that Mueller's attorney is hammering out a plea bargain with Colorado prosecutors that will result in a "deferred prosecution" for his client. Translation: she will be forced to perform community service and take drug education classes as the result of her December 2 arrest - but will avoid prison altogether.
Mueller was arrested in late 2011 for allegedly assaulting a woman in a nightclub. A count of felony possession of cocaine with intent to distribute was tacked on last week, but Charlie Sheen's ex-wife is simply due in court on April 2, insiders confirm.
At that point, unless negotiations between lawyers fall apart, she will enter a plea and receive a light sentence. Raise your hand if you're surprised.
Monday, February 27, 2012
Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau arrived home from an eight-game trip at 3 a.m. Friday, but he had already been at work for a few hours by noon, sharing a conversation about Monday's NHL trade deadline with the team's general manager.
He will always love her! Singer Ray J, who had an on-and-off romance for years with the late Whitney Houston, has at last spoken out about the star's tragic death. In a statement released to In Touch, he said: "Over the past few days I've tried to process the emptiness that I am experiencing. What my heart feels cannot be expressed in words. The world lost an icon, but I lost my close friend. Nippy, I miss you so much! You were so happy and full of love. Your smile will live in my heart forever."
Sunday, February 26, 2012
I always like watching the show from this point on because this is when the show really starts in my opinion! The contestants haven't seen their families since the show started so it's always cool to see them reunite!
This girl seems to be the whole package: down to earth, fun, easy going and she is cute! Her parents are rad! They are super fun; who wouldn't want to have in-laws like them? She won't have any issue meeting a guy after this season!
I have liked Kasey and Lidzi since day one. I agree with Kasey's dad being skeptical of the process. What dad wouldn't be when four girls are dating this guy? But Kacey's parents had a strong opinion regarding the possibility of the two living together; it's 2012 not 1950... Sorry no one wants their in-laws telling them how to live their life.
I think Nicki is a super sweet girl but I just don't see her with Ben in the end. That date reminded me of the movie Fools rush in. Ben was a city guy in a cowboy hat out of his element!
This was probably the fakest most produced hometown date I have seen in a long time! Courtney's dad says that marriage is a gamble and ten seconds later says that he wants some grandkids. As for the wedding ceremony, that was a total cut and paste from Ashley Hebert's season.
Next week Ben will leave his comfort zone again when he travels to Switzerland. Oh and we also will get to see a preview for Emily Maynard's upcoming season.
Make sure to tune into the Reality Smackdown on RTVZone.com at 6 PST! See u there.
Darden Smith, who knows nothing of being a soldier in combat, and Kenneth Sargent, who has never written a song, are working together this day.
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