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Las Vegas: Fashionable Ladies @ 48th Annual ACM Awards

Beth Behrs, Carrie Underwood, Jana Kramer, Jewel, Kaley Cuoco, Tori Kelly

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Pictured: Beth Behrs, Carrie Underwood, Jana Kramer, Jewel, Kaley Cuoco, Tori Kelly

The 48th Annual ACM Awards was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena inside MGM Grand Las Vegas. Co-hosted by Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton, the two were nominated for Entertainer of the Year with Luke taking home the award. Miranda Lambert was a big winner taking home Song of the Year, Single Record of the Year, and Top Female Vocalist. To note, Taylor Swift was not amongst the winners. Check out a full list of winners and for more information, visit the ACM official website.

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Las Vegas: Ladies Who Attended The 2012 American Country Awards

Carrie Underwood, Carmen Electra, Jana Kramer, Jewel, LeAnn Rimes

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Pictured: Carrie Underwood, Carmen Electra, Jana Kramer, Jewel, LeAnn Rimes

The 2012 American Country Awards were held at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Luke Bryan was the big winner taking home nine awards including artist of the year, male artist of the year and album of the year for “Tailgates and Tanlines.” Carrie Underwood won female artist of the year and Lady Antebellum won group of the year. Check out the full list of winners. For more info, visit the ACAs website.

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Out & About Catwalks: Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt, Jana Kramer, Rose McGowan

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Anne Hathaway attends the New York Premiere of Shut Up and Play The Hits held at Village East Cinema. She’ll probably be ramping up on the promo tour as The Dark Knight Rises release date of July 20th nears. As you probably already know, Anne stars as Catwoman while Christian Bale is Batman and Tom Hard is Bane.

Emily Blunt leaving a salon in West Hollywood. She’s appeared in the 2012 releases Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, The Five-Year Engagement, and Your Sister’s Sister and up next is Looper starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis, set to release in theaters on September 28th.

Jana Kramer of One Tree Hill turned country music singer arrives at Katsuya Restaurant. in Los Angeles. Earlier this year Jana was cast as the protagonist in the Indie drama film Heart of the Country where, according to her Wiki, she plays a privileged young woman Faith Carraway, a young woman who is following her show-biz dreams who leaves her life behind to rural North Carolina after her husband is jailed for Wall Street fraud. Additionally she released her debut country album “Jana Kramer” last month with the lead single “Why Ya Wanna”. Check the music video below.

Rose McGowan out and about in Studio City Los Angeles. According to Rose’s Wiki, she’s got three projects for 2012: The Bell Jar, The Tell-Tale Heart, and Napa. None of these films have release dates so we’ll wait until more info is available before plugging more.

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Las Vegas: Red Carpet Ladies @ Academy of Country Music Awards

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Pictured: Taylor Swift, Taylor Makakoa, Paige Duke, LeAnn Rimes

The 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards took place last night in Las Vegas. Taking place at the MGM Grand Gardens and hosted by Reba McEntire and Blake Shelton, it was Taylor Swift who went home the big winner as she took home the Entertainer of the Year Award. Miranda Lambert won two awards, the Album of the Year for “Four the Record” along with Top Female Vocalist; Blake Shelton won Top Male Vocalist. Another multiple award winner was “Don’t You Wanna Stay” by Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson. Check out the full list of winners here.

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Pictured: Beth Behrs, Carrie Underwood, Jana Kramer, Laura Bell Bundy

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L.A.: Red Carpet Ladies at “The Vow” Premiere

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The Vow the the upcoming romantic drama starring Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams, i.e., it’s a chick flick. The film is based on a real life couple, Kim and Krickitt Carpenter. Look for it in theaters on February 10th. For more info, visit The Vow official website. Oh yeah, and our bad on Jana Kramer… it’s not Jenna Kramer.

Married five years, a young couple’s relationship is put to the challenge when a car accident seriously injured Paige (Rachel McAdams)and placed her in a coma. When she wakes up with severe memory loss, her husband Leo (Channing Tatum) works to win her heart again. However, despite all his efforts to make his wife fall in love with him again, Paige doesn’t recover her feelings for him, Leo’s family and friends advise him to let go and move on with his life. [Wiki]


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Red Carpet Ladies @ 2011 CMT Music Awards in Nashville

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The 2011 CMT Awards happened last night and the talk of day is Sheryl Crow’s panty flash during her performance. We don’t have video of it but Sheryl said afterwards: “I was wearing underwear — cause I am good, clean family entertainment!”

As for the awards, winners include Taylor Swift’s “Mine” for Video of the Year, Miranda Lambert’s “The House That Built Me” for Female Video of the Year, and Rascall Flatts and Justin Bieber’s “That Should Be Me” for Collaboration Video. A full list of the winner can be seen here.

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Jana Kramer @ The Academy of Country Music Awards 2011

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Jana Rae Kramer (born December 2, 1983 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American actress and country music singer.

Kramer played Noelle Davenport on Friday Night Lights and Portia Ranson on 90210. She played a sorority girl interested in Turtle in Entourage. In 2009, Kramer signed on to become a series regular in The CW’s One Tree Hill as Alex, an actress who becomes the new face of Brooke’s fashion line, “Clothes Over Bros”. In February 2011, Kramer signed with Warner Bros. Nashville Records.[1] Her first single, “I Won’t Give Up”, will be featured on an upcoming episode of One Tree Hill. [Wiki]

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Jana Kramer @ “Prom Night” Premiere in L.A.


Lack of reviews won’t kill ‘Prom Night’

“Prom Night,” coming out today from Sony Pictures and its Screen Gems division, looks to be an easier sell — even without major stars or reviews from most critics. The PG-13-rated horror-thriller, aimed at teenagers and young adults, should be No. 1 this weekend with $18 million to $22 million in ticket sales, based on consumer tracking surveys.

A loose reworking of the 1980 film with the same name, “Prom Night” is a $20-million production, the kind of modestly budgeted genre flick that Screen Gems has turned into a profitable niche. The movie is tracking especially well with teen girls, as fright films often do, which should lead to a strong first night. L.A. Times

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