Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Sunday, May 31, 2009
What's better than winning a tub of Golden Popcorn at the Movie Awards? Getting our vote for best looks of the night, of course. So put on your fashion thinking caps and check out which actresses' closets we're just dying to raid.
Malin Ackerman: The actress must've taken cues from her "Watchmen" alter ego, Laurie, because, man, was she kicking major butt on the red carpet! Dazzling in a crisp, white, fitted Dolce & Gabbana suit, a super-sleek updo and a metallic gray corset, Ackerman looked like the sophisticated starlet we always knew she was. Plus, she knows how to accessorize without overdoing it: That major blue rock on her right hand added the perfect pop of color. Let's just hope she's carrying some stain remover with her, you know, just in case any of those crazy attendees (paging Will Ferrell!) spill anything on her immaculate outfit. That would be tragic.
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
According to Associated Press NEW YORK - Natalie Cole is recovering at home after a successful kidney transplant.
Her spokeswoman, Maureen O'Connor, says Cole was released on Sunday from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
O'Connor says Cole, who had the kidney transplant surgery on May 18, is "doing quite well under the circumstances."
The 59-year-old singer underwent the operation immediately after learning that a donor organ had become available.
Police say Exodus was playing on the exercise machine at the time of the mishap. Her 7-year-old brother discovered her and called for his mother, who was cleaning in a separate room at the moment of the accident. She called 911, and the child was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital. (Police have not released the mother's name.)
Tyson, 42, was in Las Vegas at the time, but has since arrived in Phoenix to be by his daughter's side.
"The Tyson family would like to extend our deepest and most heartfelt thanks for all your prayers and support, and we ask that we be allowed our privacy at this difficult time," the boxer's rep said in a statement.
The child is described as in "extremely critical condition."
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