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Renee Zellweger pet a dog outside the Good Morning America studios following her appearance on the show. Zellweger’s new movie is called “New in Town.” The trailer makes it look like “Fargo” crossed with “Sweet Home Alabama” crossed with a very bad episode of “Northern Exposure.”
No, he’s not. Will Smith had way more successful movies. Anyway, here he is outside of Good Morning America, plugging his new movie “Seven Pounds,” which critics say is a glorified “My Name is Earl” episode. I’ll still see it. Smith is appealing to me. He’s charming. He’s a good actor. He should throw Jazzy Jeff a bone every now and then, though.
The Jonas Brothers (Nick, Joe and Kevin) appeared on Good Morning America to donate coats as well as a check for $10,000 to the Warm Coat & Warm Heart Drive earlier today. That’s pretty cool that they did that. Russell Brand made fun of them being virgins at the MTV Awards. That was pretty messed up. Gee whiz, Brand leave these guys alone. TTYL. BRB. LOL. ROFL. L8R.
Charice Pempengco stops for a smile after leaving the Good Morning America studios the other day. The singer has an amazing voice and recently opened for Celine Dion. The good news is Pempengco doesn’t hit herself in the chest repeatedly like Dion. The bad news is everytime I hear Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On,” I’m still hopeful that the line “near…far…” will turn into this Grover skit. It’s not to be.
Valerie Bertinelli, still a fox by the way, is seen here impersonating Uncle Sam – well not really, the photo just caught her pointing at somebody or something – anyway, here she is leaving Good Morning America studios yesterday. Valerie is set to star in a new sitcom next year. Here’s hoping Schneider gets a comeback as well. That handyman had a handy mustache.
John Travolta is seen here arriving at the Good Morning America studios to promote the animated movie Bolt. The actor’s been going through some weird looks lately. First he had a fu manchu mustache for the remake of Pelham 123 then he was spotted earlier this week with a skull cap. Here, he rocks the goatee. Of all the styles of late, I prefer the stache. Nobody and nothing should stand in the way of that man’s killer chin clef.
High School Musical 3 stars Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale promoted their film on Good Morning America the other day. That movie is going to make a lot of money at the box office. Hopefully the gratuitous violence and rapid-fire cursing won’t keep away young audiences.