Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Stars Say ‘Peace Out’ To “TRL”: MTV’s “Total Request Live” aired it’s finale Sunday and a slew of its hottest guests, including Christina Aguilera, Hilary Duff, Justin Timberlake, Kid Rock and Diddy, showed up for the send-off. Beyonce opened the show with her hits, “If I Were a Boy” and “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It).” She also treated fans to her classic “Crazy in Love.” No word on how ‘tweens, teens and young-at-heart adults will get their pop countdown fix from now on, but we imagine it involves the Internet!
Travis Barker: “Every Day Gets Better”: Travis Barker also appeared on the “TRL” finale, in his first televised interview since his September 19 plane crash with DJ AM. “Every day gets better. I feel better every day,” he said. “I’m already playing my drums again and am back in the studio. I’m thankful to be able to play.” We look forward to it Travis!
Josh Harnett To Give A Hand To Africa: Josh Hartnett is the latest celeb to lend his support to Africa. “I want to go down there and actually help out,” the actor, who wants to help children, said at an event for Dramatic Need, a organization of volunteers that teaches art, film, dance and photography in Africa, Britain’s Press Association reported. “It’s fun for an actor to be able to do something that’s not for publicity, but actually go down and do something hands-on,” he added. It’s anyone’s guess on if he’ll be teaching the kids bits of dialogue from the war epic, “Pearl Harbor,” or abstinence movie classic, “40 Days and 40 Nights.”
Reese Does Not Have Marriage On The Brain: Reese Witherspoon, who finalized her divorce from Ryan Phillippe in June (and is now dating Jake Gyllenhaal), talked to People about the idea of getting married again. “I don’t know,” she said with a laugh. “I don’t think about it much.” Reese noted that men have surprised her in the past. “Love and relationships take all kinds of shapes and it’s not necessarily the ones you recognize.”
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