Archive - Feb 22, 2010
Nick Jonas New Zealand TV interview. Are you single @ 2:39? 'Haha. You know, we try to find time to go on dates with things likes that. But I'm very busy. It's tough to kind of have too much of a committed thing. Plus, I'm very young. We do try to find the time to go on dates.' He later talks about it's flattering that people are interested in his personal life. Watch HERE.
Rising teen actor Logan Lerman, who is tipped as the new Spider-Man, @ Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief premiere in Tokyo. Selena Gomez recently predicted that Logan is the 'next big thing'. The film will open on February 26 in Japan. Will YOU go to see Percy Jackson when it hit theaters?
Miley Cyrus' new lover Liam Hemsworth hit up MuchOnDemand to promote his movie 'The Last Song' at the MuchMusic headquarters in Toronto on Monday. Miley and Liam will attend The Last Song premiere together [Perfect publicity timing!] at the Arclight in Hollywood on Thursday. The source told ET: 'They're just so happy together that they see no reason to hide it anymore. They will walk the carpet together.'
Check out full Valentine's Day promo shoot @ TaylorSwiftWeb! Thx Morgan.
Preview from tomorrow’s episode of '16 and Pregnant'. Popular girl Nikki is half prankster, half princess, whose friends adore her but hate her disrespectful, trouble-making boyfriend Josh. Could YOU imagine being IN LABOR at age 16?
Kristen Stewart @ The ELLE Style Awards 2010 at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London. WENN. Kristen chatted with MTV about Robert Pattinson's new movie Remember Me: 'I’ve seen the movie, I’m going to just say, I’m sure people will be like, ‘Oh my God [I'm so jealous!]. He’s really good in the movie.'
It will give fans even more reasons to be jealous of the girls Rob kisses: 'It’s hard to talk about your friends, about anybody that’s close to you that you know. It’s like, he’s everything I know he is. I know he can do any film.'
Robert and Kristen have been praised for their pale look and and experts predict they could help lower skin cancer rates among impressionable teenagers. Dr. Raj Mallipeddi said, 'People have to want to resemble the individual giving the message.
If that image comes in vogue then people will follow suit and ultimately that could be better for people's skin.' Eric Jimenz from Urban Decay Cosmetics added: 'Due to films such as Twilight, people see that pale skin can still be sophisticated, timeless and glamorous.'