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June 14, 2000 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The applause sign lights up, and the studio audience goes crazy as the hosts of the hit talk show "Live With Regis & . . . Jillian B." come on stage and settle into their high stools. "Well, good morning, everyone, and welcome," says Regis Philbin before turning to his co-host. "Jillian, how you doing? Feel good?" "Waaaassssuuup, Reege!" says Jillian Barbarie, tugging her skin-clinging purple sweater over the top of her leopard-skin tights.
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June 14, 2000 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The applause sign lights up, and the studio audience goes crazy as the hosts of the hit talk show "Live With Regis & . . . Jillian B." come on stage and settle into their high stools. "Well, good morning, everyone, and welcome," says Regis Philbin before turning to his co-host. "Jillian, how you doing? Feel good?" "Waaaassssuuup, Reege!" says Jillian Barbarie, tugging her skin-clinging purple sweater over the top of her leopard-skin tights.
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September 6, 2012 | By Greg Braxton
Dorothy Lucey said her voice may have done her in. Lucey, who exited Fox 11's morning news show "Good Day L.A. " last May in a bittersweet ouster after 17 years, is speaking out about her departure, saying it was marked by "blood. " "It did involve blood," Lucey, whose contract was not renewed, wrote on her blog, "God and Gossip. " Lucey, who has a touch of raspiness in her voice, wrote that her new boss on the show told her that she "made his eyes bleed. Not the crusty yucky pink eye. New guy was saying when I spoke I made his eyes bleed.
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June 16, 2000 | LISA BOONE
"Supremes" Debut: Wednesday's opening night of the much-scrutinized Diana Ross & the Supremes reunion tour was largely a Ross solo show, according to an Associated Press reviewer. "[Ross] failed in proving that the group was the Supremes. Don't be misled. It's a Diana Ross show with two solid backup singers in tow. . . . [The other two singers] were not even on stage for about half of the show," the reviewer wrote of the tour's kickoff performance at the First Union Spectrum in Philadelphia.
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June 18, 1999 | SHAUNA SNOW
MOVIES 'Dogma' Fight: The dispute between the powerful Catholic League and Miramax studio heads Bob and Harvey Weinstein over director Kevin Smith's controversial religious satire, "Dogma," has heated up. In a letter to the 350,000-member group, lawyers for the Weinsteins said they "intend to hold the League fully accountable for any wrongdoing, injury or damages it causes" as a result of protests against the upcoming movie.
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