Saturday, June 30, 2012


Jim Bellino And Alexis Bellino

 Alexis Bellino Celebrates 4th Of July

Alexis Bellino was spotted at the Encore Beach Club at Encore at the famed Wynn Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada. Alexis Bellino, from The Real Housewives of Orange County, shows her pre-Independence Day patriotism wearing a red, white and blue bikini.


 Katherine Jenkins With Maria Menounos

Friday night a crew from Dancing With the Stars gathered at LAVO to celebrate the birthdays of the show's competitors Maria Menounos, who turned 34 earlier this month and Katherine Jenkins who celebrated her 32nd last night. The ladies were joined by the show's professionals including Derek Hough, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Cheryl Burke, and Peta Murgatroyd, along with a group of friends for dinner at the Italian eatery. They feasted on favorites from the kitchen, including the Kobe Meatball and ended dinner with a toast and sweets for the birthday girls. After dinner, Cheryl and Maksim ended their night at Marquee Nightclub.

Also at LAVO was Kelly Bensimon. The model, former star of The Real Housewives of New York and author hosts at TAO Beach on Saturday in honor of her new book, I Can Make You Hot. She dined with friends before heading up to the nightclub for LAVO's La Freak Fridays.

Photo Courtesy of: Al Powers 



Always Stunning Sally Field

Andrew Garfield

Emma Stone

Nathan Fillion

Martin Sheen

Denis Leary

Carmen Electra

Tricia Helfer

Jason Mewes

Mason Cook

Spencer List

Dustin Brown

Karina Smirnoff

Chris Zylka

Peter Fonda

Cuba Gooding Jr. Family

Matthew Gray Gubler

Andy Gladbach

Cheech Marin

Embeth Davidtz

Alex Lombard

C. Thomas Howell

Sophie Simmons

Billy Unger

Peyton List

Reeve Harvey

Todd Lincoln

Hannah Marks

Nolan Gould

Max Charles

Leif Gantvoort

Bret Lockett

Rochelle DeAnna Karidis And A.J. McLean

Amir Khan

Phillip Phillips

Colton Dixon

Shaun Robinson

Danielle Vasinova

Noah Dahl

Quinton Aaron And Liana Mendoza

Carly Steel

Andrew Goudelock

Anna Friel With Rhys Ifans

 Chris Harris

The stars came out for the Los Angeles premiere of 'The Amazing Spiderman' at Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, California. This is one movie that is sure to break records!

Friday, June 29, 2012



 Russell Brand

FX’s biggest night of comedy ever also proved to be one of cable’s biggest nights of comedy ever as Anger Management set ratings records for a primetime scripted comedy series premiere, Wilfred and Louie returned to the network with significant growth over their prior seasons, and FX’s entry into the late night arena, BrandX with Russell Brand, got off to a strong start. Last night marked the most-watched Thursday night (prime, 8-11 PM) in FX’s 18-year history in both Total Viewers (3.05 million) and Adults 18-49 (1.54 million).

Last night’s series debut of Anger Management (9:00 PM) was the most-watched primetime scripted comedy series premiere in cable history in delivery of Adults 18-49 (2.65 million), and Total Viewers (5.47 million, excluding children’s programming). It also ranks as the most-watched series premiere in FX history in Total Viewers. Episode 2 of Anger Management (9:30 PM) grew to 5.74 million Total Viewers, and the demo also grew in the second half hour to 2.89 million A18-49. Combined with the encore telecasts (1:00 and 1:30 AM), the series premiere episode of Anger Management delivered a total audience of 6.21 million viewers and 3.11 million Adults 18-49, and the second episode drew 6.45 million viewers and 3.29 million Adults 18-49.

Episode 2 of Anger Management at (9:30 PM) ranked as the top-rated program on television (broadcast or cable) on Thursday in delivery of Adults 18-49 and Men 18-49, and in cable in delivery of Total Viewers, Adults 18-49, Adults 18-34 (1.24 million) and Adults 25-54 (3.22 million). The series premiere (9:00 PM) ranked #2 on television (broadcast or cable) on Thursday in delivery of Adults 18-49 and Men 18-49, and #2 among all cable programs last night in Total Viewers, Adults 18-49, Adults 18-34, and Adults 25-54.



 Paula Abdul

It was a milestone occasion in Las Vegas this Thursday as pop music icon and former American Idol sweetheart Paula Abdul celebrated her 50th birthday at The Palazzo Las Vegas. The singer and television personality, along with a couple dozen of her closest friends, commemorated the occasion by soaking up some sun at Azure, The Palazzo Las Vegas' luxury pool. Paula and her beau Johnny Caprio, who also joined in on the fun by celebrating his own birthday at Azure that day, chatted with guests about what it was like to turn 50. "It's a huge birthday for me! I'm excited about it. It's a monumental birthday for sure!" Paula explained to a couple of extra-important guests: her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abdul partied with their daughter to help ring in her five decades of life and enjoy a few things that The Palazzo Las Vegas had to offer. Ever the hostess, Paula cut her own cake and served her guest pieces of a carefully crafted red velvet masterpiece.

Thursday night pop music icon and TV judge Paula Abdul celebrated her 50th birthday and also the birthday of boyfriend John Caprio with family and friends at TAO in Las Vegas. Paula arrived with her beau and her parents, "Extra" anchor Terri Seymour and 30 guests to the Asian bistro where they took over an area on the hotspot's 2nd floor overlooking the signature Buddha. The group dined on sushi platters and a mix of signature dishes.


The Tony Randall Theatrical Fund 
Announces Grants

 Tony Randall With Wife Heather Randall

Since 2006 The Tony Randall Theatrical Fund has distributed over $1Million to more than 50 companies. This year the Fund is pleased to award general operating support grants to nine exceptional theater companies with a proven track record of artistic excellence and ambitious, mission-driven theater-making. Special consideration this year was given to companies committed to the development of new audiences and the production of relevant work with a social conscience.

With a grant to both the Tectonic Theatre Project and the Brooklyn Academy of Music, TRTF applauds their Winter 2013 presentation of THE LARAMIE PROJECT. Originally produced in 2000, Tectonic’s documentary drama continues to raise important questions about homophobia, bullying, and human rights. As BAM celebrates its 150th anniversary, TRTF celebrates the performing arts center’s commitment to bringing compelling theatrical work to new audiences.

Lincoln Center Theater, demonstrates their commitment to cultivating a new generation of theatergoers with the creation of LCT3—a new space for emerging theater artists to present adventurous new work to an audience of their peers at accessible $20 ticket prices.

TRTF is also proud to honor Pregones Theater for their role as truly community-focused neighborhood theater in the South Bronx—presenting meaningful, entertaining and resonant live performances for Spanish-speaking audiences for over 3 decades.

Red Bull Theatre continues to produce remarkable heightened-language plays from the Jacobean era, bringing forth the relevance and vitality of long-neglected works for today's audiences.

Meanwhile, Playwrights Horizons continues to champion the American playwright by presenting first-rate productions of new works, and actively working to bring young audiences into the theater by offering deeply discounted tickets for students and theatergoers under 30.