New York, NY – September 5, 2005 – Comedian and television personality Colin Quinn will headline Northern Hospitality – A Benefit for the Bayou, a comedy event to be held at the Kraine Theater on Wednesday, September 14, 2005. Every penny raised will be donated to the Red Cross.

BWE’s own Christian Finnegan will be performing, so if you’re in New York you should definitely check it out. You’ll have a great time, and it’s all for a great cause. Click here for more information.

Kiera Knightly on self love



"I like so many other people’s bodies. I like legs – I don’t like my
legs. I hate my legs,” says Kiera. “I like my stomach, but it’s really
annoying because apparently, now, you’re not allowed to show your
stomach, because it’s considered vulgar and fashion magazines say you
can’t anymore."

Further proof that women are absolutely crazy.[link]

Tuesday Morning Quick Hits



Hollywood is officially out of ideas. The first step was admitting it and now the healing can begin.

Sean Penn has to make U-Turn to avoid becoming Dead Man Walking in the Mystic River.

Christina Aguilera makes $2 million as a wedding singer. Unforunately Robbie Hart was unavailable for comment but I think he would have said something along the lines of "Love Stinks".  Yeah…yeah.

J-Lo rumored to have a bun in the oven from Marc Anthony’s lovin’.  

Elijah Wood gets to play a young Iggy Pop in a movie. That’s like having Ben Affleck play a young George Burns.

The advantage of marrying a hooker is she can also be the bachelor party entertainment.

Kanye West vs President Bush


"I hate the way they portray us in the media.  "If you see a black family it says they are looting if you see a white family it says they are looking for food.  

"We already realize a
lot of the people that could help are at war now fighting another way
and they’ve given them permission to go down and shoot us."

"George Bush doesn’t care about black people."

You’ve probably heard about it in the news but here’s a video clip  in case you missed it.[ video footage]
NBC’s response via Access Hollywood

Donations can now be made online through the American Red Cross website.