Sacha Baron Cohen is pulling from a familair bag of tricks to promote “The Dictator.”
The comedian arrived at New York City’s famed Waldorf Hotel in character as General Admiral Aladeen recently to speak at a mock “press conference” for his upcoming film.
In typical Cohen fashion, he then commenced to make all varieties of politically incorrect comments (or jokes, if you're in his target audience), and even Oprah Winfrey wasn't safe.
"Dancing with the Stars" saw double on Monday night, with the six remaining teams each doing a pair of routines. (All that talk of "two" gave me a hankering for some Doublemint gum.)
Donald Driver was the first celebrity up, and he performed a tango with Peta "Heavens To" Murgatroyd. He joked that it only takes two to tango but it takes three "10s" to win the Mirrorball Trophy. Actually, Donald, it takes a number of perfect scores over the next three weeks plus viewer votes to win this thing, but who's adding?
When the dance was on, Donald looked sharp, poised and confident on the dance floor, but let's see what the judges thought...
Maurice Sendak, author of the classic children's book "Where the Wild Things Are," has died, a spokeswoman for HarperCollins Publishers said Tuesday. He was 83.
Sendak illustrated nearly 100 books during a 60-year career, winning dozens of accolades as he endeared himself to generations of children reared on his fanciful stories. One critic called him "the Picasso of children's literature." Former President Bill Clinton called him the "king of dreams."
He died Tuesday in Danbury, Connecticut, of complications from a recent stroke.
Born in Brooklyn the son of Polish immigrants, Sendak grew up to take a few night classes but largely taught himself as an artist.
It's been just over a decade since No Doubt released a new album, but the wait will be over this fall.
As they revealed on their website, the band is set to release their sixth offering on September 25. ""We are incredibly excited to share the new music with you," they posted on their site. "Ear candy coming your way!"
Fans have been waiting 11 years for such an announcement, and the band members, including Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, Adrian Young and Tom Dumont, thanked their listeners for sticking by them over the years.
What is that we spy with our little eyes - could that be an engagement ring on Jessica Biel's hand?
The 30-year-old actress hasn't confirmed her reported engagement to her on-again, off-again boyfriend Justin Timberlake, but when the duo showed up at this year's Costume Institute Gala at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday, Biel was wearing a beautifully tailored Prada dress - and one eye-catching rock.
Jennifer Lopez has never adopted, but she still used a personal experience to play a woman who chooses to adopt in the upcoming film, "What to Expect When You're Expecting."
Lopez, who in real life is mom to 4-year-old twins Max and Emme, portrays Holly, a woman who desperately wants to have a child but faces fertility issues.
"I actually did know those feelings, because I wanted kids so badly and I felt like I couldn't have them either," Lopez told CNN Saturday.
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