Red Sox Win World Series, End Curse
10/28/2004 AT 09:00 AM EDT
AWARDED: Atlanta hip-hop duo OutKast was getting down … loaded Wednesday night. The group's popular song "Hey Ya!" earned the top honor as the recording industry bestowed awards for songs sold through Internet services such as Apple Computer's iTunes, Reuters reports. Other winners for the evening included Maroon 5, Hoobastank and Beyonce Knowles.
SILENCED: An assault lawsuit against Liza Minnelli won't be played out in open court – at least not for now, a Manhattan judge ruled Wednesday. Longtime chauffeur M'Hammed Soumayah, who worked for her for more than 10 years, is suing Minnelli, the New York Post reports. Soumayah's suit, which was filed under seal, seeks "money damages arising from personal injuries." The judge said she would issue a ruling on the seal soon.
DISCUSSED: Producer Lee Daniels (Monster's Ball) may have an all-star cast on hand for a new feature, tentatively titled Ladies Night, PEOPLE reports. Mariah Carey, Patti LaBelle, Missy Elliott, Alicia Keys, Macy Gray and Mo'Nique are all in discussion to join the independent film that follows a group of Philadelphia women who spend an evening discussing topics such as sex, weight, work and love.
ENGAGED: Kimberly Stewart and Cisco Adler are making it official, if secretive. Stewart, daughter of rocker Rod Stewart, told PEOPLE that she has spent her life preparing for their engagement. "I've known him since I was little. Our moms were best friends so we've known each other since we were born," she said of Adler, who plays in the band White Starr. While Stewart says no wedding plans have been finalized, she is still plenty excited about the news. "I'm ecstatic," she said.
NOMINATED: British film bestowed a particular honor on U.S. President George W. Bush, nominating him for "Movie Villain of the Year," Reuters reports. In a poll taken for Total Film magazine, Bush beat out baddies such as Spider-Man nemesis Doc Ock and the machine-wielding Leatherface of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, for the president's role in Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11. "(Bush) was absolutely terrifying in that film," one fan said.
BORN: Scooby-Doo star Matthew Lillard and his wife, Heather, are parents of a second daughter, Macey Lyn, born Oct. 19 in Los Angeles, PEOPLE reports. … Country star Sara Evans and her husband, Craig Schelske, are also new parents – for the third time. Their daughter was born Oct. 6 in Nashville. … And finally, musician Stephen Stills and his wife, Kristen, are parents of a new son, born Monday in L.A., AP reports.