Genlux Magazine and this month’s cover girl Kristin Chenoweth celebrated the opening of the new bar, Riviera, 31 held at The Sofitel in Los Angeles. So you’re probably reading list of pictured attendees and might be unfamiliar with the exception of Ashley Tisdale. After appearing in a couple episodes of FX’s Sons of Anarchy in 2012, look for Ashley to star in Scary Movie 5. Celebrities to appear in the film as themselves include Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen, Mike Tyson, and Kendra Wilkinson. Look for the film in theaters on April 19th.
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ABC got into the mix of things to promote the winter tv schedule with a launch party at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena last night. For 2012, ABC’s newest offering is Work It starring two dudes dressed up as women to keep a job in a bad economy. It replaced the canceled Man Up and so far has received negative reviews so our guess is that it’ll be joining the list of canceled shows soon enough.
Other mid-season replacements to look out for are Good Christian Belles, Missing, The Revolution, The River, Scandal, Apartment 23. For more info Shows at ABC.com.
Be sure to check out the second set of ladies who were in attendance at Disney ABC Television’s “TCA Winter Press Tour”.
To tell you guys the truth, we don’t know we why we’re posting these red carpet pics, but we figured the two of three of you bastards who follow country music might dig them. Once again, we don’t know anything about these people. You can get a full list of nominees & winners at last night’s American Country Awards held at the MGM Grand in Vegas.
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The big deal with his BAFTA Brits To Watch Gala is that The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge (aka William and Kate) attended and all the reports and quotes have only to do with the royal couple which we’ve avoided in this post but apparently since William is the president of BAFTA we’ll be lazy and give a quote from his speech last night:
“Before I start I’d like to thank Colin Firth for my perfect opening line: ‘I have a voice’,”
“I am immensely proud of the success Brits have had in the fiercely competitive world of film, television and video games,” said William. “Their creative and hi-tech achievements have contributed greatly to our national wealth, not to mention our personal pleasure.”
“When American and British creative talent gets together, magic happens,” he said. ” Let’s continue the winning formula. Catherine and I have been hugely looking forward to tonight’s event with its exciting cast, British and American…I believe great things will result.” [Source]
Even though her show’s now canceled, Kristin Chenoweth won best supporting actress for her role in ABC’s “Pushing Daisies.” She provided some nice entertainment during the awards…
“I don’t know why I’m crying,” she said, after thanking her parents. “I’m unemployed now, and I’d like to be on Mad Men. I also like The Office and ’24′.” Chenoweth concluded by thanking the TV Academy for recognizing a show no longer on the air. [Source]
Kristin Chenoweth (born July 24, 1968) is an American singer and musical theatre, film and television actress. Some of her best-known roles have included Glinda in Broadway’s Wicked and Annabeth Schott in television’s The West Wing. She is currently appearing in the role of Olive Snook on the ABC dramedy Pushing Daisies for which she received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy. She is also the face of Jude Frances jewelry.
Chenoweth has a distinctive speaking voice. In FHM’s March 2006 issue, she compared her voice to that of Betty Boop. Chenoweth is a soprano known for her powerful singing technique. [Wiki]
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Will Kristin Chenoweth Reprise Her Role as Glinda in ‘Wicked: The Movie?’
Kristin Chenoweth, the original Glinda the Good Witch in the hit Broadway musical Wicked, might reprise her role in the recently announced film adaptation.
“I absolutely would,” says the actress of joining the cast of the upcoming film. “I have a deal there with them, but if they don’t hurry up I could be playing [headmistress] Madam Morrible. So they need to go now or I’m going to be too old.” Source