Celebrity Sleaze

Celebrity Sleaze for Friday 3.21.14

by Cooper March 21, 2014 Celebrity Sleaze

  RYAN GOSLING TO STAR IN BUSBY BERKELY BIOPIC: Ryan Gosling appears to be coming out of his acting hiatus. The actor is attached to star in a new biopic about the life of director and choreographer Busby Berkeley. The project is based on a book by Jeffrey Spivak called Buzz: The Life and Art […]

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Celebrity Sleaze for Thursday 3.20.14

by Cooper March 20, 2014 Celebrity Sleaze

    ANNA KENDRICK TO HOST ‘SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE’: Anna Kendrick has been tapped to make her Saturday Night Live hosting debut on April 5th. The former Oscar nominee will be joined by musical guest Pharrell who will also be appearing on the show for the first time as a solo artist. Other upcoming hosts […]

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Celebrity Sleaze for Wednesday 3.19.14

by Cooper March 19, 2014 Celebrity Sleaze

  JULIANNE & DEREK HOUGH TO SET OUT ON DANCING TOUR: Former Dancing with the Stars siblings Julianne and Derek Hough are going on tour. The Move Live On Tour will kick off this spring and hit 42 cities. Julianne discussed the new endeavor with People saying, “Anywhere we go, we always get asked, ‘When […]

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Celebrity Sleaze for Tuesday 3.18.14

by Cooper March 18, 2014 Celebrity Sleaze

  Mick Jagger’s Girlfriend Passes L’Wren Scott, a world famous fashion designer who was also the longtime girlfriend of Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger, was found dead in her New York City apartment Monday morning (March 17th), apparently a suicide. According to The Wrap, the 47-year-old Scott texted her assistant to come to her apartment at 8:30 in the […]

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Celebrity Sleaze for Monday 3.17.14

by Cooper March 17, 2014 Celebrity Sleaze

    THIS WEEKEND’S TOP TEN MOVIES — MARCH 14-16 Mr. Peabody & Sherman, $21.2 million 300: Rise of an Empire, $19.1 million Need for Speed, $17.8 million Non-Stop, $10.6 million The Single Moms Club, $8.3 million The Lego Movie, $7.7 million Son of God, $5.4 million The Grand Budapest Hotel, $3.6 million Frozen, $2.1 […]

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