ATLANTA (AP) — Chris Kelly, half of the 1990s kid rap duo Kris Kross, who made one of the decade’s most memorable songs with the frenetic “Jump,” died at an Atlanta hospital on Wednesday at his home, authorities said. He was 34.
Amy Schumer didn’t waste a minute in the debut episode of her new Comedy Central show, Inside Amy Schumer. She went straight for the filthy. The very, very literally filthy. The first segment in Tuesday night’s show dealt with an actress deciding whether she should take on a role in a production, the description of which made me want to take a hot shower for a half hour and gargle repeatedly with Listerine.
The shrinkage of Tom Cruise that Star is reporting has nothing to do with the student of L. Ron Hubbard just coming out of a cold swimming pool.
Nor does it have to do with his fan base.
Tom Cruise is convinced he’s turning into The Incredible Shrinking Scientologist.
Maria Shriver is back at NBC News as a “special anchor” reporting on “shifting roles, emerging power and evolving needs of women in modern life,” reports ExtraTV.
George Zimmerman has packed on a whopping 110 pounds since the last time he was seen in public.
Image ©2013 Michael Roman Media The 67th Annual Tony Awards nominations for excellence in theatre on Broadway and beyond were announced this morning at Manhattan’s Lincoln Center. SimplyShowbiz.com co-founder Michael Roman and I were on the scene. “You were snubbed,” said Jesse Tyler Ferguson (TV’s Modern Family), to his co-host for the announcements, Sutton Foster. [...]
Yesterday I saw The Place Beyond the Pines, the wonderfully acted film from director Derek Cianfrance. There was plenty I liked about this effort: the sweeping storyline with its Dickensian coincidences (which nevertheless seem plausible); the startlingly abrupt yet necessary point-of-view shifts; the clever and subtle cinematographic motifs; the satisfying performances from stars Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper, along with effective turns from members of the supporting cast (including the beautiful and vulnerable Eva Mendes.)