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Emmy & Adam Can't Sing Karaoke! | Adam Duritz, Emmy Rossum

Caught in the Act

Caught in the Act!

Originally posted 11/04/2009 06:00AM

• They can both carry a tune – but Emmy Rossum and boyfriend Adam Duritz missed the chance to become duet partners in Savannah, Ga. The two were in town for the Savannah Film Festival and headed over to McDonough's, which is famous for karaoke, but a source reveals that "the karaoke manager said there was a long list of people who were going to sing and that the list was closed." Duritz and Rossum laughed the whole thing off – plus, Rossum was already making music before receiving the Young Hollywood award at the Savannah College of Art and Design that night. "She was singing in the green room, " the source says, "which made [Adam] laugh."

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Emmy Rossum: I Get Why Chicks Dig Adam Duritz

Couples

Emmy Rossum: I Get Why Chicks Dig Adam Duritz

Originally posted 10/11/2009 09:15AM

Emmy Rossum "really can't say" whether Adam Duritz is officially her boyfriend, but she will happily dish on why women love him.

"I get why chicks dig him," Rossum tells PEOPLE at the grand launch of the W Hotel in Washington, D.C. "He's extremely kind, incredibly intelligent, thoughtful, creative and respectful."

Rossum, 23, who filed for divorce from her husband last month, has been seen recently on multiple dates with Duritz, 45, who has previously dated Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox Arquette.


"I don't discuss my love life because it's always misinterpreted or put under the microscope," she says. "It's especially annoying when you're dating someone else who's well-known, which is why I normally would never go out with a famous guy."

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What's the Secret of Adam Duritz's Sex Appeal? | Emmy Rossum

Couples

What's the Secret of Adam Duritz's Sex Appeal?

Originally posted 10/01/2009 07:00AM

John Mayer's high-profile relationships with Jennifer Aniston, Jessica Simpson, Minka Kelly and Jennifer Love Hewitt may have grabbed headlines, but there's another serial celeb dater who's been a bit more under the radar – until now.

Adam Duritz, the Counting Crows frontman famous for both his dreadlocks and dating record, is back in the spotlight with new gal pal Emmy Rossum, who split with her husband Justin Siegel in August and is the latest actress to be romantically linked with Duritz.

The singer-songwriter-producer, 45, got cozy with Mary Louise Parker in the '90s – they remain good friends and even attended the Tony Awards together in 2008 – before dating not one but two Friends stars.

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Emmy Rossum's Husband Files for Divorce | Emmy Rossum

Divorced

Emmy Rossum's Husband Files for Divorce

Originally posted 09/28/2009 07:15PM

Emmy Rossum's husband, music executive Justin Siegel, has filed for divorce after a year-and-a-half marriage.

Siegel cites irreconcilable differences and seeks spousal support from Rossum, 23, according to the Sept. 25 filing in Los Angeles Superior Court. The couple had no children.

Although no date of separation is listed on the divorce filing, a source says the pair split in August.

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Emmy Rossum Longs for Car Alarm Noise

Emmy Rossum Longs for Car Alarm Noise

Originally posted 03/18/2009 01:15PM

While many New Yorkers long to escape the city's chaos for sunnier, more serene Los Angeles, Emmy Rossum says ever since she moved to the Left Coast, she's been in withdrawal from the Big Apple action.

"I miss New York," Rossum, 22, tells Details for its April issue. "I miss the noise at night. If it's too quiet here I can't sleep. I want one of those noise generators that make beautiful wind chimes – only I want one that makes car alarms."
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Emmy Rossum's First Kiss – with a Dolphin!

Emmy Rossum's First Kiss – with a Dolphin!

Originally posted 09/23/2008 04:00PM

Summer is officially over, and actress Emmy Rossum is reminiscing about her most memorable lip-lock of the season. So, who is her mystery mate?

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Emmy Rossum Packs a Pistol for New Role | Emmy Rossum

Movie News

Emmy Rossum Packs a Pistol for New Role

Originally posted 08/05/2008 08:00AM

Annie Oakley, move over. In her new action movie, next year's Dragonball, Emmy Rossum shoots a gun.

"It was really fun," the Golden Globe-nominated actress-singer, 21, told PEOPLE at Saturday's alice+olivia Perrier Jouet-hosted Hamptons fashion show, where she showed support for her friend Stacey Bendet's women's fall collection. "I still have my papers from the target practice at home, because I was just so proud that I could shoot it."

Besides firing bullets, the Day After Tomorrow and Poseidon star also did a lot of strength training and kickboxing to shape up for Dragonball, which is based on the Japanese manga series.

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Emmy Rossum's Rabbit Tales and Google Addiction | Emmy Rossum

Emmy Rossum's Rabbit Tales and Google Addiction

Originally posted 01/27/2008 09:40AM

Situated in the sand dunes of Mexico, actress Emmy Rossum spends her siesta blogging.

"Our location is, what I can only describe as, a sand dune desert. I’ve been riding the motorcycle in 4-foot sand drifts since sunrise to get the shot just right. The wonderful, kind and talented Chow Yun Fat is hanging on for dear life in back. We’ve been doing about 40mph, and over bumpy sand dunes that is enough to make anyone a little queasy," she writes between takes on the Dragonball set, just outside Dunas de Bilbao.

Besides digging sunk bikes from the sand, Rossum has been watching the rabbits. "Yes, rabbits in the desert," she writes on her MySpace blog. "Tall ones, 3-feet when they stand up on their hind legs. ... It got me wondering what they might eat out here in this dry sandy desert, which prompted a Google search for 'rabbits in Mexico desert.' (By the way, I should mention I am a big Googler (is that a word?)."

She find the search engine "informative and – usually – trustworthy," but writes she was less than thrilled with the rabbits' diet so she decided to share her leftovers. "The rabbits eat twigs, seeds and branches off the desert trees," she writes. "However, I did feel a little sorry for them, as the desert trees don’t look very appetizing at all. I got a plate from catering of lettuce, greens, and chayote and left it out for them."

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Emmy Rossum Talks About the Dad She Never Knew | Emmy Rossum

Emmy Rossum Talks About the Dad She Never Knew

Originally posted 10/24/2007 11:00AM

Emmy Rossum, raised by a single mother, has opened up about her feelings about the father she barely knows.

"They separated when my mom was pregnant," the actress told USA Today. "I've met him twice. I've been this glossy, red-carpet version of me and not talked about myself for a long time."

Rossum, who just turned 21, has been lying low lately, but she hasn't been taking a break. She turned to music, a talent she developed singing with the Metropolitan Opera as a child, and is releasing her debut album, Inside Out.

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Emmy Rossum | Emmy Rossum

Emmy Rossum

Originally posted 01/13/2005 06:00AM

Emmy Rossum never imagined she had a shot at playing Phantom of the Opera's heroine Christine, being "the youngest and least famous of anybody" up for it. But since nailing her audition in Andrew Lloyd Webber's living room, the 18-year-old New Yorker has been building buzz, costarring in the Jake Gyllenhaal blockbuster The Day After Tomorrow last year, and now competing for a Golden Globe. Rossum recently talked about getting her foot in the door in Hollywood, dealing with fame and still getting turned away from nightclubs.

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