September 17, 2008

Here's a sneak-peek at a scene from the highly anticipated Heroes season premiere!

Get 5 more sneak-peeks here. Heroes is back on NBC Monday at 8 p.m.!

A couple months ago I told you STAR Artist Sheryl Crow would be releasing a Christmas album exclusively to Hallmark Gold Crown stores September 30th. I’ve got my hands on a sample of one of the songs. Here she is singing “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”:

The CD is called "Home For Christmas" - here's the track listing:
"Go Tell It on the Mountain"
"The Christmas Song"
"White Christmas"
"I'll Be Home for Christmas"
"Merry Christmas, Baby"
"The Bells of St. Mary's"
"Blue Christmas"
"O Holy Night"
"There is a Star That Shines Tonight" (new song)
"All Through the Night"

Tabloids may chronicle the ever-evolving love life of Kate Hudson, but the star insists it's not as juicy as the reports make it out to be. In fact, she’s had to experience a bad date or two just like the rest of us, “One date I just left before we even got any food or ordered food because it was just, the guy was so deeply boring that it was like, I'm gonna just save us from all of this and leave.”

After her highly publicized break-up with STAR Artist John Mayer, Jennifer Aniston may have already found the rebound she needs, Scottish hottie Gerard Butler – ladies, that’s the lead shirtless guy from the movie 300 your man made you watch. Hey if the Fed can rescue AIG, I think they can find Jennifer Aniston a stedy boyfriend.

Jon Stewart, Margaret Cho and Bill Maher will join an all-star lineup of entertainers on November 10th to honor the late comedian George Carlin, this year's recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.

STAR Artist Bon Jovi has been nominated for induction into the New Jersey Hall of Fame. I’m guessing they’d join the Jersey Turnpike and The Sopranos.

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