At Chicago music festival Lollapalooza this weekend, country star LeAnn Rimes, 28, tried out a temporary custom tattoo that she's reportedly considering making permanent, reports RadarOnline.
Rimes was in town while her husband Eddie Cibrian, 38, films his new show “The Playboy Club." The singer had the tat created at Lollapalooza’s Express Rocks event at the Hard Rock Hotel.
The design, applied to Rimes' ribs, reads: "You gave me the courage to be truthful. I promise to give you the comfort to be trustful."
According to Radar, the singer is going to get inked this week, though Rimes tweeted that she’s “just trying something, playing” for now.
But it seems the star had a little trouble getting the fake tattoo off: "Too funny!" she tweeted. "I got a stencil not a tattoo! Its not 'news'... however, I can't get it off. In search of rubbing alcohol I think!"
The former governator airs his dirty laundry… on his T-shirt, apparently.
TMZ snapped Arnold Schwarzenegger biking in Santa Monica on Sunday wearing a shirt that read "I Survived Maria 1977 – 2010." According to TMZ, the shirts were made by Maria Shriver's staff as a joke and they originally read "2007 – 2010." Arnold’s staffers apparently wrote in the year he and Maria started dating on one of the shirts for a gag gift they gave him last November during a staff farewell party.
Arnold and Maria separated in May, amid revelations that Arnold had fathered a child with the family's housekeeper. The couple's now in the process of a divorce.
According to her goddaughter, singer Amy Winehouse was "at her best" in the days leading up to her recent death.
The Mirror reports that British singer Dionne Bromfield told Radio 1 Winehouse appeared to be winning her battle against substance abuse and had even joined Bromfield in the studio as she worked on her latest album.
“The last time I saw her she was fine, I think that was the best time I’ve ever seen her," Bromfield said. "[I did] a song called 'Get Over' and she was in the corner crying. It’s such a shame to know she was at her best moment and three days later she was gone." FULL POST
Anne Hathaway has shown her range on film, starring in everything from Disney movies to smaller dramas, but when it comes to the Oscars the actress thinks she just doesn't have the skills.
Hathaway told CNN Monday that she doesn’t see herself hosting the Academy Awards again after her much-criticized appearance with James Franco at this year’s ceremony.
“Not that it wasn’t fun, I had a great time and it was an honor and it was lovely," the 28-year-old star said. "But, it’s something that…requires a skill set...I mean, I think the first time I didn’t put any pressure on myself to knock it out of the park with, you know, my hosting skills because how would I have any? I’ve never hosted anything.”
Plans are underway to bring "The King's Speech" to Broadway.
Producer Michael Alden said the current goal is to launch the stage rendering in U.K. regional theater in the winter of 2012, then move to London's West End and before opening on Broadway in the fall.
None of the actors from the film are slated to reprise their roles in the play, which calls for nine cast members, Alden said.
Zoe Saldana’s star was already on the rise when it skyrocketed to the top of the A-list following 2009’s “Avatar.”
But all of the work and effort she put in to playing Neytiri nearly caused an emotional breakdown, Saldana tells the September issue of Latina magazine.
“The year after ‘Avatar’ was just emotionally overwhelming,” she recalls. “I was traveling all over the world, waking up in different time zones. Your body gets exhausted, and by the end of the year I just collapsed.”
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