May 29, 2012 |
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake have tended to keep quiet about their relationship, so it's no surprise that the 30-year-old actress recently downplayed the significance of their impending nuptials. “I don't think our marriage will change anything,” Biel recently told the French magazine Gala in a translated interview. “It's just a challenge to balance privacy, family, and work,” she said , “but I'm ready.” Biel added, “For me, getting married doesn't mean we should be limited to a predefined plan.
June 13, 2002 |
Ramones fans can celebrate the life and music of Dee Dee Ramone at the Key Club Friday night, with tribute performances by the Angry Samoans, Texas Terri & the Stiff Ones, the Underhills, Channel 3 and the Skulls, along with an all-star band that includes members of Total Chaos, the Crowd and Guns N' Roses. Dee Dee, who passed away June 5, had been scheduled to perform at the Key Club on Friday. Saturday, the Cat Club is also paying tribute to Dee Dee with a gathering of friends and family.
July 26, 2001 |
"This is the biggest album-release party I've ever seen!" exclaimed 'N Sync's Joey Fatone from his perch amid the thousands and thousands of fans at the Rose Bowl on Tuesday, the same day the superstar pop group's new collection, the aptly titled "Celebrity," arrived in stores. Many of the screaming faithful in that roiling sea of green, amber, blue and pink glow stick lights had already memorized the quintet's latest single, "Pop."
March 20, 2003 |
Oscar parties a go? In the face of war, some Oscar party plans were scraped, but all in all, the show looked like it would go on.... GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Assn. Against Defamation) plans to host its first-ever Oscar party at the "here" lounge in WeHo. Celebs are RSVP'ing en masse and this particular bash is to be an all-comers event. Guests can arrive early and partake of Oscar-viewing festivities (tix range from $50 to $100) or show up for the post-show disco dancing.
January 7, 1999 |
The sound of clean-teen spirit filled the Universal Amphitheatre on Tuesday, as thousands of girls waited for what seemed like forever to see rising pop idols 'N Sync in the flesh. Finally, the stage lights blazed, and five figures in white jumpsuits appeared, their faces shielded by shiny white helmets. As the capacity crowd howled with ecstasy, the anonymous quintet robot-danced to the ominous theme music of that most archetypal movie villain, Darth Vader. Really, what more can you say?
April 1, 2008 |
The alley behind the theater erupted into shrieks Wed- nesday night after band members stepped out of the stage door and walked to their cars. A crush of girls pressed up against the razor-wire fence; some lobbed roses and stuffed animals over the barrier. Then the screaming mob dashed into the street for one last glimpse as the police-escorted motorcade drove off. A scene from "A Hard Day's Night"? Nope. This is Jonas mania, not Beatlemania.