02:12 AM EDT 04/22/2016
Originally posted 03/02/2005 08:40AM
COUNTED: Jamie Foxx's passionate recollection of his late grandmother during his Best Actor acceptance speech for Ray was the Oscar moment most replayed by TiVo digital video recorder customers, the company announced, basing its sample on 10,000 anonymous TiVo households. The second most-popular TiVo moment was Clint Eastwood's Best Picture win for Million Dollar Baby. Cate Blanchett and Kate Winslet proved the big TiVo stars of ABC's pre-Oscar show. Blanchett's arrival in a yellow Valentino gown was the most replayed red-carpet moment, followed by Winslet's entrance in a blue Badgley Mischka dress.
Originally posted 01/26/2004 01:00PM
DEFENDED: Jury selection begins in Manhattan Monday for a $3 million lawsuit against Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, 34, filed by his former chauffeur, Wardel Fenderson, 45, according to published reports. Fenderson contends he was forced by the music mogul and his bodyguards to speed away from a Times Square nightclub on Dec. 27, 1999, ignoring police orders to stop after a shooting took place. Combs, who was cleared of weapons charges in the case, is expected to take the stand in the suit, and his companion at the time, Jennifer Lopez, reportedly has been subpoenaed.
Originally posted 10/24/2002 11:00AM
Bill Gates, upstaged? Lenny Kravitz, likewise?
Originally posted 01/02/2002 01:05PM
A filmmaker who co-wrote the Off Broadway hit "Bat Boy: The Musical" now focuses on the Microsoft CEO, whom he blows off in a movie.
Originally posted 02/16/1999 12:00AM
Showing he has more than one net game, NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal has teamed up with the world's richest man, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, to protect children on the Internet, reports PEOPLE contributor Todd Foster. Looking like David and Goliath as they stood shoulder to hip at the Boys and Girls Club in southeast Washington, D.C., this week, the pair introduced an online safety program for children called "Stay Safe Online." The program will be tested in 15 new technology centers in rural and inner-city neighborhoods built across the nation with financial support from Gates and O'Neal and technical support from Microsoft.
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