Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Josh Brolin’s ‘Bad Predicament:’ In his first public appearance since his bar brawl in Shreveport, Louisiana, that landed him in jail, John Brolin stepped out at the Los Angeles premiere of “Frozen River,” Us Weekly reports. However, the actor was keeping mum. “Sorry. I’m kind of in a bad predicament right now,” he told reporters, declining to say anything further.
Heather Locklear Leaves Treatment Center: Heather Locklear is back at home after spending time in an Arizona treatment facility for anxiety and depression, People reports. “Heather’s feeling really great,” a close friend of the actress told the mag. “And she looks beautiful, just radiant.” Her friend said Heather still has her sense of humor and was telling anecdotes and laughing. We wish Heather all the best, and with the resurgence of “90210,” a revival of “Melrose Place” can’t be far behind! Maybe Heather will be back on TV doing what she does best. We can only hope!
Sheryl Crow Sings For The Athletes: Sheryl Crow is putting her red, white and blue pride into a song called, “So Glad We Made It,” in support of the athletes at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, People reports. “It’s a very uplifting song about having a positive outlook and about really going for it,” the singer told the mag. “It’s such a heroic feat to train and give your energy over to something that’s so challenging like that. I just love it.” Check out the video for Sheryl’s Olympic song HERE!
‘Anchorman’ Stars At Work On Sequel: Ron Burgundy lives on to tell another news story! Adam McKay, one half of the team behind “Anchorman,” told Entertainment Weekly, that he and Will Ferrell have begun work on a sequel to the hit comedy. Ron Burgundy’s new legend could take place in the ‘80’s. “The audience will now allow us to do even crazier stuff,” Adam told the mag, “and that’s really all we’re looking for in our careers.” Ron Burgundy in neon parachute pants we’re hoping.
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