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Kara DioGuardi to Pen American Idol Memoir

Kara DioGuardi

Kara DioGuardi hopes to “inspire others to take a chance to succeed” with her upcoming memoir A Helluva High Note: Surviving Life, Love and American Idol.

DioGuardi appeared on the popular reality TV series for two short seasons, exiting the show in the wake of a huge judging panel shake-up.

Are you at all interested in what she has to say about it?

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Russell Brand Spent a Night With Kate Moss

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Movies, Hook-ups, Rumors,

Russell Brand's second autobiographyFirst Courtney Love—now Russell Brand is admitting that he once spent the night with Kate Moss.

The British comedian took the supermodel back to his house in 2006 after being introduced to her by their mutual friend Sadie Frost. Russell, 35, reveals in his new book My Booky Wook 2: This Time It’s Personal:

“When we arrive at Sadie’s house it is decided that Matt Morgan, co-presenter of my radio show, should walk into the house, so there is no photo of me and her together. “This gives me hope that we do have something to hide, but also makes me jealous of Matt as he gets to walk up the driveway with her. Within the beautiful house we flirt for a while, then under some mutual pretence of looking at hung photographs of Sadie’s deplorably gorgeous children we wander off. We are alone. Eventually there is no more universe between our lips and so we kiss.  And yes, on one level I’m enjoying the kiss, but my mind is screaming, screeching, body-popping, lambada-ing, every-dance-craze-there’s-ever-been-ing. I get on with the kiss, and I think it’s a good kiss, but of course all this analysis going on simultaneously. “I’ve got to get her out the house. Ludicrously I say to her, ‘Do you want to come back to mine ?’”

When Kate agreed to go back to his London home with him, Russell admits it was one of the most exciting moments of his life, but also one of the most nerve-wracking.

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First Look: Watch Julia Roberts Eat, Pray, Love in New Trailer


Most women would probably say that if they ever met Billy Crudup, James Franco or Javier Bardem, they would feel pretty content. But in ’ case, it takes all three.

In , an adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert’s popular memoir, a discontented Roberts (Gilbert) sets off on a global adventure in hopes of discovering herself.

Get caught up in the journey when the movie unfolds on August 13.

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New Frankenstein Movie Coming to Life

Dean Koontz's Frankenstein

A modern version of Frankenstein is in the works.

X-Men producer Ralph Winter and former Vanguard Films president Terry Botwick are working on the project after acquiring the rights to Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein. Instead of the traditional setting for the horror character, the movie - which could be turned into a franchise - will be set in modern day New Orleans.

“These books have enough twists and turns to keep the public coming back to the theaters for many years to come,” Ralph told Variety.

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Yoko Ono Planning to Write Memoirs

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Gossip, Rock,

John Lennon and Yoko Ono

has revealed plans to write an autobiography about her eventful life with John Lennon.

“I would love to do it. I just have to find the time,” the 76-year-old widow said. “It will be my next book, which will be written in the next five years.”

Yoko - who was blamed by many Beatles’ fans for causing the legendary band to split - previously claimed she wouldn’t release a book for fear of hurting the families of people close to the group, including Lennon’s ex-wife. John and Cynthia - who had a son Julian together - divorced in 1968, one year before his marriage to Yoko, the mother of his son Sean.

Lennon later died in 1980 after being shot by deranged fan Mark Chapman outside his New York apartment building.

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Barnes & Noble nook review

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Design, Handhelds, Product Reviews,

nook review

We’ve been anticipating the for about a month-and-a-half now, even since Barnes & Noble announced the nook back in October. Seeing a potential, real competitor to the Amazon Kindle sporting both an e-ink screen alongside a capacitive color LCD touchscreen just about made us drool. Oh, and it runs Google Android too, so, there’s that whole thing. Well, we’ve finally got the Barnes & Noble nook into our hands, and we’ve done some testing, some reading, and some playing, all in the spirit of letting you know how the nook stands on its own, and how it compares to the Amazon Kindle. We think we’ve done that, and we invite you to continue reading for the full Gear Live nook review.

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Rare Charles Darwin Book Found

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Charles Darwin On the Origin of SpeciesEngland’s famed auction house Christie’s has managed to get an original copy of ’s On the Origin of Species, the book that details the scientist’s theory of evolution. The book, first printed in 1859, was found on a toilet book shelf in a family home in southern England.

Insert your own evolutionist theory crap joke here.

The book, one of only 1,250 first editions printed, will be sold on Tuesday to celebrate the 150th anniversary of its first publication. Christie’s estimates the tome could bring as much as $99,000 USD.

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Will John McCain Go Rogue to Combat Sarah Palin?

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Rivalries, Rumors, Where Are They Now?,

John McCain has gone on record while promoting her new tell-all (Going Rogue) to speak out against the McCain camp…but her former running mate could soon answer with a few stories of his own.

Rumor has it that no less than thee different book agents and/or publishers have approached , offering many millions to get him to share his side of the story. One unnamed publisher is quoted as saying that such a tome “would be the hottest book of the year. Even bigger than Sarah’s book.”

But will McCain actually do it? Only time - and press releases - will tell.

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Oprah Snags Sarah Palin Interview

Oprah Winfrey and Sarah Palin

Oh what a difference a year makes.

Two of the biggest female names of 2008 will finally be sitting down for a chat in 2009. Mark your calendars: November 16 will be the date has her first one-on-one with Oprah Winfrey.

Before last November’s elections, Oprah - who publicly endorsed - had been accused of showing favoritism because she chose not to welcome the VP candidate on her show. Winfrey’s reason? She didn’t want to use her program as a political platform. (Although President Obama had been a guest on her program, his appearances came before he decided to run for office.) Unfortunately, Oprah’s explanation didn’t satisfy many of her female fans.

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Mackenzie Phillips Promoting Her Book One Interview at a Time


Not to downplay the seriousness of Mackenzie Phillips’ shocking claims against her famous father, but this former actress has launched what will surely be one of the most successful marketing plans for a tell-all book since…well, this doesn’t really compare to anything else. First, Phillips shared a shocker with . Now, she continues to tell her tale despite input from stepmom Michelle Phillips. By the time this book is on the shelves, there’s no doubt that Mackenzie will be at the top of the New York Times bestseller list.

Who says the print industry is struggling?

In the upcoming book, Mackenzie Phillips talks at great length about her incestuous relationship with her father, whom she says “wasn’t a monster.” According to his daughter, John Phillips “was a tortured man who led a tortured existence.”

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