Another unforgettable moment from today’s Tony Danza Show
"Leprosy" is number 11 on Yahoo!’s "Movers" list. Not a good day to be an ex-leper.
For the first time in the 60-year-history of Mexico City’s bullfighting arena, a bull leapt into the stands and charged after onlookers. For those of you keeping score at home, that now makes it Matadors: 1,257 – Bulls: 1.
Watch the video here, and be thankful that the most interactive show you’ve ever been a part of was Shrek 4-D at Universal Studios.
It’s time to ask your parents for money again, indie rockers – the Coachella headliners have been announced! As usual, all your "totally legit inside source" rumors about possible headliners were unfounded. Instead, you get Depeche Mode and Tool. Deal with it.
For the full line-up, check the Coachella home page later today.
According to documents in the Michael Jackson/Debbie Rowe custody battle, Michael’s move to the The Kingdom of Bahrain, a largely anti-Semitic country, may thwart Rowe’s desire to have her children Bar Mitzvah-ed. On the upside, if the King of Pop’s offspring do get to partake in the Jewish Right of Passage, they won’t have to spend a fortune on a Michael Jackson impersonator.
- Heidi Klum doing what she can to promote healthy self-image among females with her new reality series, "Skinny Madness".
- Kate Moss is under the hot lights again, but this time there aren’t any cameras flashing.
- Natasha Lyonne is facing charges for threatening to sexually molest her neighbor’s dog. Does that even NEED a punchline?
- Lisa Kudrow is appalled by media’s treatment of Jennifer Anniston. In related news, media is indifferent to existence of Lisa Kudrow.
- 82 year-old producer Aaron Spelling is being sued by his former nurse, who is claiming he repeatedly placed his hand on her "groin and genital area". Just another example of America’s "Viagra Epidemic".
Reports surfaced that Orlando Bloom and Kate Bosworth were breaking up because they were just too busy to make the relationship work. Pre-â€œPopoZaoâ€ Kevin Federline was given a metrosexual makeover for a shoot for Details. Mike Piazza silenced the whispers by marrying former Playboy Playmate and Baywatch star, Alicia Rickter. Finally, Tara Reid asked Ellen DeGeneres to help her find her Mr. Right. Hereâ€™s hoping that this year Tara finds him!
Guess who the Gallery Of The Absurd is going after today.
Answer after the jump.
In this weekly feature, we give you the lowdown on upcoming TV shows still in development
Reality: Mark Burnett teaming with AOL to create Gold Rush!, a reality treasure hunt featuring contestants searching for hidden riches across the United States, aided by clues placed throughout the AOL network on sites including Moviefone.com, MapQuest.com and AIM.com. Translation: Amazing Race with Even More Product Placements
Variety: Comedy Central has ordered six episodes of The Sarah Silverman Program, with an air date set for this summer. Silverman’s character life is told thru a series of scripted scenes and songs. Comedy Central has ordered six episodes. Translation: The Dave Chapelle Show re-imagined with a white Jewish girl
Drama: ABC is looking at a project which would be the episodic version of the film Mr. and Mrs. Smith, from Regency TV. The film, of course, starred Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who were both assassins. The pilot will be written by Simon Kinberg, who also wrote the film. Translation: Canceled after Jill Henessey and Grant Show are cast as leads.
Here’s the complete list:
Best Picture: â€¢ Brokeback Mountain â€¢ Capote â€¢ Crash â€¢ Good Night, and Good Luck. â€¢ Munich
Best Director: â€¢ Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain â€¢ Bennett Miller, Capote â€¢ Paul Haggis, Crash â€¢ George Clooney, Good Night, and Good Luck. â€¢ Steven Spielberg, Munich
Best Actor: â€¢ Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote â€¢ Terence Howard, Hustle & Flow â€¢ Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain â€¢ Joaquin Phoenix, Walk the Line â€¢ David Strathairn, Good Night, and Good Luck.
Best Actress: â€¢ Judi Dench, Mrs. Henderson Presents â€¢ Felicity Huffman, Transamerica â€¢ Keira Knightley, Pride & Prejudice â€¢ Charlize Theron, North Country â€¢ Reese Witherspoon, Walk the Line
Best Supporting Actor: â€¢ George Clooney, Syriana â€¢ Matt Dillon, Crash â€¢ Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man â€¢ Jake Gyllenhaal, Brokeback Mountain â€¢ William Hurt, A History of Violence
Best Supporting Actress: â€¢ Amy Adams, Junebug â€¢ Catherine Keener, Capote â€¢ Frances McDormand, North Country â€¢ Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardener â€¢ Michelle Williams, Brokeback Mountain