Friday, October 17, 2008

Dancing With The Stars - Lance Coined Sir Dance-A-Lot

Dancing With The Stars Sir Dance-A-Lot, Lance Bass was not as always smooth on the dance floor, confirmed by former N'Sync bandmate Chris Kirkpatrick.

The following is an interview with Kirkpatrick by the People Magazine:

“We used to joke with Lance because he was the worst dancer in the group,” Kirkpatrick told PEOPLE Wednesday at the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals For Children Open in Las Vegas, “but he’s amazing on the show.”

“He’s got such poise and he’s really confident in his dancing,” Kirkpatrick added. “He’s really good, surprisingly good.”

So good, in fact, that Kirkpatrick thinks his pal has a real shot at winning. “I think he does. I don’t know if he thinks he does. He’s really hard on himself,” said Kirkpatrick.

So let's watch Dancing With The Stars next week for updates about Lance and the other contestants!

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Its Official - Madonna and Guy Ritchie Are Going To End Their Marriage

After months of being on the spotlight, the marriage of Material Girl singer Madonna with her director husband Guy Ritchie had come to an end. The couple confirmed that they are officially divorcing after almost eight years of marriage. They had not reach any settlement and will go to the court for the legal settlement of their fortune. However, the couple remained tough that the issue should not have to affect their children which they are protective

The former couple, who have Rocco, 8, and David, 3, together and Madonna's 12-year-old daughter Lourdes with ex Carlos Leon, announced their divorce in a statement.

"The judgment of the court would be to try and assess what they came in with and divide what they built up fairly equally," said David Allison, a lawyer with Family Law in Partnership, a London firm, told the Associated Press.

In a front page story Wednesday, Britain's Sun newspaper claimed that the couple will be issuing a statement "imminently" on the demise of their often tempestuous relationship, which has been the subject of much speculation in recent months.

Madonna, 50, is in the midst of her Sticky and Sweet tour and is set to play Boston Wednesday night. Ritchie, 40, was believed to be on the U.K. set of his latest film, Sherlock Holmes.

Guy Ritchie's family had not given any comments when they had been interviewed.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Neil E. Boyd Opera Singer Won America's Got Talent

Its a shocked on the finals of America's Got Talent when St. Louis insurance salesman Neal E. Boyd was crowned the winner of its third season on Wednesday night in Los Angeles. Sobbing, the humble Boyd said softly, “Thank you, America.”

It was a shocker to some, especially AGT judge Piers Morgan, who thought New York-based violin duo Nuttin But Stringz would walk away with the show’s top prize. Instead the Escobar brothers, whose original compositions electrified the audience all season long, ended up second runners-up.

One million dollars richer and a music career ahead of him, Boyd simply says, “My life will never be the same.”

Moments after winning Boyd received a special congratulatory message from his idol, opera tenor Placido Domingo.

On October 17 Boyd and the rest of season three’s top five finalists will perform at the MGM Grand Garden Arena with season two’s winner, ventriloquist Terry Fator.