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Originally posted 09/24/2008 05:00PM
After releasing the star-studded pro-Barack Obama videos "Yes We Can" and "We Are the Ones," will.i.am has rallied Fergie, Scarlett Johansson, and other celebrities for a new mission: to fight global poverty.
The Black Eyed Peas frontman, 33, has written the song "in my name" to support Global Call to Action Against Poverty. The tune encourages citizens to call on their governments to keep their promises to the world's poor.
Says will.i.am: "We can be the generation that ends poverty."
Originally posted 05/30/2008 08:00PM
Once and for all separating fact from fiction, Kristin Davis has made it clear that unlike her marriage obsessed Sex and the City character Charlotte York, she is happy being single.
"[In my twenties], I thought I'd never get married. I guess I was right!” Davis laughed as she addressed a crowd at the SKYY Vodka screening of the movie in Hollywood on Thursday.
"I grew up in the South so all everyone talked about was marriage," said the actress, who dressed very much like her sophisticated Upper East Side fictional counterpart in sky-high Christian Louboutin shoes and a sparkling silver and black cocktail dress. "But all I wanted was to move to New York and do theater. And in my thirties, I was busy doing the show so I just didn't have time."
Originally posted 05/28/2008 02:15PM
The New York premiere may have kicked off at 6 p.m., but the cast and crew of Sex and the City: The Movie partied 'til three in the morning, with two after parties!
After Sex's big New York homecoming at the Radio City Music Hall and an after party at the Museum of Modern Art, the film's inner circle – including Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Jason Lewis and director Michael Patrick King – celebrated the night away at an exclusive after-after party at The Carlyle hotel.
Around midnight, with husband Matthew Broderick, Parker escaped the MOMA, arriving at the hotel's legendary Bemelmans Bar, which she requested (she had her honeymoon at The Carlyle in 1997). They intimately enjoyed cocktails and mini-burgers before the arrival of some of Parker's closest friends and colleagues.
Originally posted 05/28/2008 09:15AM
The Sex and the City foursome created a fashion and film sensation on the pink carpet outside New York's Radio City Music Hall for the U.S. premiere of their movie Tuesday night.
"The best part about making the movie was being back with the women on the set all day every day, and the best part about tonight is being here ... with the fans," Sarah Jessica Parker said as the crowds squealed and waved around her.
Parker wore a glamorous Nina Ricci gown, complemented with dazzling Fred Leighton jewels, as did Kristin Davis, who donned Donna Karan and 19th Century diamonds. Cynthia Nixon chose a Narciso Rodriguez dress, and Kim Cattrall embodied her inner "Samantha" in a low-cut, beaded Vivienne Westwood cocktail dress.
Originally posted 05/27/2008 05:30PM
Strap on your Manolos: Sex is in the air outside Radio City Music Hall.
Starting early Tuesday morning, fans lined up around the pink carpet for a glimpse of their favorite Sex and the City characters – and fashions.
Set to commence at 6 p.m., the arrivals will be a who's who "as glamorous as the Oscars," according to one movie publicist. The lights go off at 7, and following the film's highly-anticipated N.Y.C. premiere, the crowd will continue to the Museum of Modern Art for an after party.
Originally posted 05/20/2008 04:30PM
Is Kristin Davis's next role going to be real-life mom? Not unlike her Sex in the City character Charlotte, she's open to having kids by any means possible.
"I would love to have children," the single actress, 43, tells Health magazine in its June issue.
"I would love to adopt. And I would still like to find a man and have a baby with him."
As she says, "I haven't given up."
Originally posted 03/17/2005 12:00PM
If watching the series DVDs isn't enough to satisfy your Sex and the City craving, not to worry: The show's stars are all back in new films, TV projects and more. Here's what they're up to:
Originally posted 02/08/2005 09:00AM
THREATENED: Angelina Jolie's work to protect an area of Cambodian land is reportedly being threatened by an influx of settlers. The land, located in northwest Cambodia, is forestland that a conservation group funded by the actress hopes to protect, and once belonged to the Khmer Rogue regime, which ruled the country in the 1970s. Jolie has donated $1.5 million to the conservation efforts, but some 1,000 people have recently settled in the area, cutting down the forest to grow crops. "The new settlers will attract more people to the area," a spokesman for the conservation group tells the Associated Press. "Any expansion of new settlement will affect our conservation work."
Originally posted 10/14/2004 06:00AM
Despite injuring her right hamstring while rehearsing with Destiny's Child last month, Beyoncé will still take the stage at the Oct. 23 Carousel of Hope event at the Beverly Hilton. Though the leg injury is limiting her dancing, she will sing three songs. Josh Groban and Faith Hill also will perform at the annual event, which benefits the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes. Jay Leno is set to host; Halle Berry will be honored.
Originally posted 08/20/2004 08:50AM
And now the Olympics has a new golden girl: Carly Patterson, who is being dubbed the new Mary Lou Retton after the 16-year-old took the gold as all-around gymnast Thursday in Athens.
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