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Christmas with Kristin Chenoweth

by Allison Waldman, posted May 28th 2009 9:37AM
Kristin Chenoweth in sunI know it's only May and hardly the time to start thinking of egg nog and holly and Ebenezer Scrooge or any of the other Christmas standbys, but forgive me if I let out a whoop of happiness about the news that Kristin Chenoweth will star in The Twelve Men of Christmas TV movie. The romantic comedy is slated to be part of the Fa La La La La Lifetime lineup (try saying that three times fast!), and while another holiday film doesn't usually make me gleeful, this one does.

Kristin Chenoweth is a gem. I'm still bereft that we'll probably never see her Olive Snook again because Pushing Daisies is gone unless there's a movie, and I was tiffed that the David E. Kelly NBC pilot Legally Mad was not picked up only because La Chenoweth was in it.

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Hell freezes over: Letterman gets married

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 23rd 2009 10:02PM
LettermanI just checked the Weather Channel and it does indeed look like hell has frozen over.

After many years of dating his girlfriend Regina, not to mention having a baby boy with her, Late Show host David Letterman will reveal on tonight's show that he got married to his longtime girlfriend Regina last Thursday in a courthouse in Montana.

This is big for Letterman. He was married once before but it didn't go well, and he has always said that he made a mistake getting married (often apologizing to the woman he used to be married to) and that he didn't want to ruin the good thing he had going with his girlfriend. Many guests, especially Julia Roberts, have made jokes with Letterman, wondering when he was going to make his girlfriend his wife. Looks like getting older puts these things into your mind. First the child, now the marriage. Hopefully retirement won't be in the near future.

Something tells me that someone, somewhere has just lost a big bet.

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Meet the cast of Survivor: China

by Anna Johns, posted Aug 20th 2007 4:02PM
survivor; chinaIt's hard to believe, but next month marks the 15th installment of Survivor. This season, they're in China and the producers are getting all literary and stuff. The teams will begin in Shanghai and then go to a Buddhist temple where they will be stripped of all "worldly possessions" except the clothes on their backs. They will split into two teams and be given a copy of Sun Tzu's The Art of War, which will apparently come in handy this season.

Today, CBS introduced the new 16-member cast. You can't tell much about their personalities from the general biographical information given out, but there are a few stand-outs already. For instance, there's a grave digger, a chicken farmer (whose name is 'Chicken'), a Christian talk radio host, a professional wrestler (Ashley Massaro), and a hiking guide from Kalispell, Montana. Okay, that last one is only interesting to me because she comes from my hometown. You can read more about the castaways here.

Survivor: China debuts on CBS at 8 pm on September 20th.

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Letterman kidnap plotter is caught - UPDATE

by Anna Johns, posted Jun 13th 2007 5:22PM
kelly frankThe man who admitted to plotting to kidnap David Letterman's son, Harry, is back in prison. Montana cops caught up with Kelly A. Frank today in Northwest Montana. Frank escaped from Montana State Prison last Friday with another inmate, who is still on the run has been captured. Frank was arrested in 2005 on charges that he planned to kidnap Harry Letterman and his nanny and hold them for $5 million ransom. He would've been eligible for parole next month. Dumbass.

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Maury Povich launches online, print newspaper

by Bob Sassone, posted May 24th 2007 3:55PM

Povich and ChungMaury Povich and Connie Chung are giving back to their community in Montana by launching an online newspaper, The Flathead Beacon.

It sounds like one of the locations on Lost ("Jack, you have to lead everyone to the flathead beacon or we'll never be rescued!), but The Flathead Beacon is a new daily online newspaper that Povich and Chung have recently launched. It promises to be really focused on life and business in Flathead Valley. In addition to the online edtion, there will be a weekly print edition too.

This all sounds great, especially in this age where newspapers are dying. Let's just hope that Povich doesn't eventually change the newspapers focus to cheating husbands, fights, and paternity tests.

[via Romenesko]

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