Archive - May 15, 2009
Lollipop sucker Emma Roberts and Zoe Kravitz on the film set Twelve in New York City on Friday. Emma, lollipops and cigarettes? Do YOU think Nick Jonas ever called Emma after she apologized for calling him a Womanizer? Photos: Fame. Adding 12+
Sweet Miranda Cosgrove surprised by the cast and crew, including Jennette McCurdy - Jerry Trainer - Nathan Kress, with a birthday cake for her Sweet 16
on May 14.
Photos: Lisa Rose/ Nickelodeon. More under!
Miley Cyrus does not like being called 'f*t': talk all you want. i have my flaws. im a normal girl theres things about my body i would change but stop with calling me f*t in post. i dont even like the word. those remarks that you hateful people use are fighting words.
the ones that scar people and cause them to do damage to themselves or others. people that are so okay with being so hateful diguist me and need to spend last time on a gossip website and more time a. reading your bible b.
reading stories/articles about what happens when cyber abuse and name calling happens. kids hurt themselves. this is not something to be taken lightly. i know these "message boards" are "no big deal" to YOU but is to the victim. this has got to stop!!! oh and ps if your thighs don't jiggle go see a doctor. thanks.
Martin Scorsese will be directing/ producing a biopic about legendary singer Frank Sinatra. & Joe Jonas is rumored to be in the running for the role! People: The hot-tempered Sinatra led a famously colorful life: He wed four times [Including to movie stars Ava Gardner and Mia Farrow],
Had early ties to organized crime, and starred in 50-plus movies, including
the original Rat Pack extravaganza, Ocean's Eleven, as well as From Here to Eternity, for which he won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.
The role of Sinatra has yet to be cast, but the early favorite is Leonardo DiCaprio. Also being considered Johnny Depp, Justin Timberlake and Joe Jonas.
Jonas Brothers Scotland On Sunday interview: On their worst flaws. Kevin, 'We're pretty easy-going guys. Nothing really gets on our nerves.'
On fame: 'It's not difficult. We see all this as an opportunity to be who we are. We're not perfect, we never said we were. We're trying to live every day and make mom proud.'
The other two nod, expert at presenting a united front whenever a Jonas speaks. It's impossible to find a chink in their Disney armor. I almost squeal in delight when Kevin drinks a cappuccino. Aha, caffeine! A vice!
Joe, 'Occasionally you have to be aware of things. But you don't let it change you. You are who you are and you don't want all this to take a hold of you. Just be yourself and be careful. I think you do feel a certain sense of responsibility, but that's good. It's important to have that feeling. It's healthy for your growth.'
Nick, 'Faith is a big part of everything we do and we were raised in the
church.' On fans, 'I think we know our fans have a very unique way of showing their appreciation for our art. It's amazing to be able to do what we do and we're so thankful to them for making it all possible.
The other day we had a show in the Bahamas. I was alone in the dressing room and this mother and daughter just walked right in, came up to me and were like, 'We love you'. She had a pass and looked like she knew what she was doing. Suddenly, all this security showed up.'
Jonas Brothers will be having a soundcheck in El Rey tomorrow. K&K under!