08:15 PM EDT 03/07/2014
Originally posted 07/08/2007 03:00PM
John Mayer was eco-friendly onstage – wrapping up Live Earth by jamming with The Police at Giants Stadium on Saturday – but backstage he had some global warnings.
Originally posted 07/21/2006 08:00AM
Acting has its moments, but Rosario Dawson says making comic books might be even more fulfilling.
Originally posted 07/13/2006 06:00AM
Holy ... Rosario Dawson! The actress is packing a punch as the star of her own comic book series, crimefighter Sophia Oritz, in O.C.T.: Occult Crimes Taskforce. Dawson, who took graphic roles to the big screen in 2001's Josie and the Pussycats and last year's Sin City, co-created the storyline and worked with her uncle, artist Gus Vazquez, on the project. PEOPLE caught up with the 29-year-old actress, who stars next in Clerks II, and got the superhero scoop on her wish list of special powers and which strongman her boyfriend Jason Lewis is most like.
Originally posted 07/03/2006 06:00AM
Newlywed Christina Aguilera says recording her new double-CD Back to Basics (due Aug. 15) was like "having twins." So we had to ask: Are there any plans for kids in her and music-producer husband Jordan Bratman's future? "Maybe after the next couple of years we'll start venturing into the mind frame of starting our family," she told us at Entertainment Weekly's Must List party at New York City's Buddha Bar. "But I have goals and a set game plan for myself. I have to get through delivering these two babies first." And how does she feel about Bratman after seven months of marriage? Call it freshman-year bliss: "He's my best friend, my backbone and my support system," says Aguilera.
Originally posted 11/25/2005 06:00AM
Age: 26 Hometown: New York CityCurrent gig: Playing H.I.V-infected bohemian Mimi in the movie musical adaptation of Rent
Originally posted 03/15/2005 03:00PM
A New York judge has cleared Alexander actress Rosario Dawson of criminal charges, after she was arrested last year while filming a movie near the Republican National Convention.
Originally posted 03/10/2005 08:00AM
ENDED: His voice slightly hoarse, Dan Rather, 73, was all business for the first 20 minutes of Wednesday's broadcast – his final appearance after 24 years – on CBS Evening News. Then he recalled what he called the most important story of his career – the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. He opened the news that evening by saying, "You will remember this day as long as you live." He thanked viewers at the end of Wednesday's newscast, then mentioned Sept. 11 survivors, tsunami survivors, the American military, the oppressed, the sick and fellow journalists in dangerous places. "And, to each of you," he said, "courage." Bob Schieffer, Rather's temporary replacement, will sit at the anchor desk as of Thursday. CBS expects to name a permanent anchor team to succeed Rather in the coming months.
Originally posted 01/11/2005 06:00AM
With news of the Brad Pitt-Jennifer Aniston split rocking Hollywood, we thought it would be a good moment to check in on some star relationships that are going well. Carmen Electra recently shared some of the details of her romantic holiday getaway with rocker-husband Dave Navarro. "We went to Santa Barbara to Bacara (Resort and Spa)," she revealed at the Volkswagen 2005 Jetta launch party at L.A. club The Lot. "It was supposed to be our honeymoon but it rained the whole time. So we're going to plan to go to an island, maybe go to Hawaii or something. But it was beautiful. It just rained. So we had a lot of spa time. We did a lot of treatments and massage and stuff like that. I love to get massaged. Dave's the opposite because he doesn't like to be touched. He was really bored but I had a great time. We didn't go anywhere. We watched movies and we stayed in the room. It was very romantic."
Top 10 News Categories
The most buzzed about stars this minute!
Treat Yourself! 4 Preview Issues
More On PEOPLE.com
Got a News Tip?
Send it to our People.com editors!