May 21, 2008

The latest installment of Now That’s What I Call Music will hit stores June 3rd and features some of the biggest STAR music over the past few months including Leona Lewis’ “Bleeding Love”, Colbie Caillat’s “Realize”, OneRepublic’s “Stop & Stare” plus STAR Artists John Mayer, Daughtry, Gavin DeGraw and Taylor Swift.

STAR Artist 3 Doors Down just landed a nice deal with ESPN – their music will be featured all throughout the month of June in things like baseball, NASCAR and college sports coverage.

Chris Daughtry has two new girls…sort of. While he was on tour with STAR Artist Bon Jovi, Chris’ wife adopted two new puppies: a toy poodle named Chloe and a Shih Tzu named Harlow. Chris wrote on the band’s website, “They are the sweetest and cutest puppies ever.” Great. Now all Chris has to do is giggle like a schoolgirl and ALL his street cred will be wiped away.

STAR Artist U2 has been all over the place recording their next album: Morocco, Dublin…but now they’re moving to the luxurious regions of southern France. Apparently French chocolate and sunshine help make hit records. Bono says the band wants the new album in stores by September or October and they'll follow up the release with a big tour.

Yesterday I broke the news to you that Jessica Alba and her boy Cash secretly got married on Monday. I’ve got a few more details for you now. They got hitched in a Beverly Hills courthouse ceremony room less than an hour after gettin’ their marriage license. Jessica wore a blue dress and neither of them brought any guests. Jessica’s brother didn’t even find out about their marriage until US Weekly called and asked him for a comment. Now that they’re married, she’s changed her name to Jessica Warren and Cash to Lucky Son of a Gun.

Actor Dylan McDermott, formerly of ABC’s The Practice is filing for divorce from his wife of 12 years. Apparently he learned a thing or two from being on The Practice ‘cause he’s acting as his own attorney. Hey Dylan, here’s some advice. Just because you played one on TV doesn’t mean you can do it in real life. You don’t see George Clooney performing an open heart bypass surgery thanks to his time on ER.

Get ready for, not one, not two, but THREE sequels to Terminator. Christian Bale, most recently ‘Batman,’ has signed on to play John Connor. No word if Arnold Schwarzenegger will be back, but it’s doubtful, as long as he’s ‘governator’ of Kaleeforneeah.

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