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Monthly Archives: September 2007
Boy George at his most glamorous. From 1984′s Colour By Numbers.
Not only is Dame Elizabeth Taylor still alive, she has a new love: businessman Jason Winters.The Daily Mail wonders if he will be hubby No. 9.
It’s not everyday that George Michael has the opportunity to counsel someone more screwed-up than he is. Thank God then for Amy Winehouse.
“Me, I’d like to think/That life is like a drink/And I’m hoping that it tastes like Bourbon.” That’s one of the many witty lines in this 1991 hit from the England band The Wonder Stuff.
Pete Doherty: “31 days clean and counting.”(The Sun)
Jane Seymour hits back at the Bath, England townspeople who are petitioning to have her declared a public nuisance. As The Daily Telegraph reports, the trouble started when Seymour received a 24-hour liquor license for her 14th-century ...
Girls Aloud have made the Guinness Book of World Records: they’ve scored 16 consecutive top ten hits, the most ever by an all-female group in Britain. Not bad for a manufactured, reality-TV outfit that’s only been around ...
Hugh Laurie‘s celebrity band – cheekily named Band From TV – has become an iTunes sensation, with their version of “Minnie the Moocher” storming up the download charts. The Independent‘s Emily Dugan ...
That’s the big story today: police have seized a photo from a gallery exhibition in Gateshead, England “following concerns that it may breach child pornography laws,” The Times reports. Sir Elton John has come forward ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on September 25th, 2007
Not satisfied with my posting of The Beloved‘s “Sweet Harmony”, my dear friend Jorge told me, “Put up the Sha-la-la-lalala song or I’ll hurt you real bad.” Given that my friend is 6-foot-6, 260 ...