10:06 PM EDT 11/23/2014
Originally posted 08/07/2009 09:00AM
Ever wonder what happens behind closed doors at your favorite stars' homes? Well, settle in, because PEOPLE Country is giving you a peek into the places your favorite stars call home.
Reba McEntire likes to enjoy hot days in Nashville at her 14,000-acre house with a good glass of sweet tea. "We [McEntire and husband/manager Narvel Blackstock] love it here," she tells PEOPLE. "The beauty of it. It's just so green. It's magical."
Darius Rucker, who lives in his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina, shares that his favorite spot is his TV room, which holds six flat screen TVs. "This is where I relax," says the star, whose new single "Alright" went to No. 1 on the country chart this week, adding "You can watch almost all the NFL games at once!"
Originally posted 04/12/2005 08:00AM
SERVED: David Letterman got lucky when it came to jury duty – he only served one day. The Late Show host, whose 58th birthday is Tuesday, showed up at Westchester County's Supreme Courthouse on Monday and was considered for a medical malpractice case, the local Journal News reports. But he didn't make the final cut, and after lunch he was excused altogether – and he was back at the Ed Sullivan Theater for his CBS program by early afternoon. During breaks, he sat quietly, reading a book about Montana, according to the Journal News. "I'll be serving jury duty next in Montana," said Dave. "I plan to serve on jury duty in all 50 states."
Originally posted 10/04/2004 06:00AM
File under: Boys will be boys. After a night of partying in Manhattan's trendy West Chelsea neighborhood with a half-dozen buddies recently, Wicker Park star Josh Hartnett decided he hadn't had enough. So he and his posse approached the front doors of notorious "gentlemen's" club Scores West Side at about 3:45 a.m. Since the club closes at 4, the doorman refused to admit them. But Hartnett and his friends "practically begged to be let in," and even offered "a large tip," according to a source at the club. Summoning a manager, the doorman eventually relented – but only for one round of drinks. "They were very grateful," the source says. "They packed more partying into 30 minutes than anyone would think was humanly possible."
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