'It's somewhere in Bermuda.'- American rocker Tommy Leegets a bit confused about whatan isosceles triangle is.COLOURFUL CREATURESLOOK OF THE WEEK KATHERINE HEIGLTHERE's nothing grey orgloomy about this outfit.Actress Heigl of the TVseries Grey's Anatomyposes as she arrives at theYoung Hollywood Awardson April 22.HALLE BERRYActress Berry chooses a berrycolouredstrapless dress. She greetsphotographers as she arrives for thepremiere of the film Perfect Stranger inMexico City on April 19.JEWELSinger Jewel looks pretty in pink as shearrives at the Young Hollywood Awards,which honours rising young artists in theentertainment field, in Hollywood, California,on April 22.HILARY DUFFWHAT a duffer: singer and actressDuff chooses the wrong colour forher pale skin tone. She poses asshe arrives at the Young HollywoodAwards in Hollywood on April 22.AMBER VALLETTALOOKING feminine in this sweet frock, Vallettaposes at the opening of the Oscar De LaRenta boutique in Los Angeles on April 18. The evening benefited the EntertainmentIndustry Foundations Women's Cancer Research Fund.KELLY CLARKSONSINGER Clarkson keeps it short (inthe hair and dress department) at theAmerican Society of Composers, Authorsand Publishers Pop Music Awards inHollywood, California, on April 18.HATCHES MODEL-TURNED-ACTRESS Milla Jovovich and her fiance, directorPaul Anderson, are expectingtheir first child. The couple, who'veyet to set a wedding date, met onthe set of Resident Evil. Jovovichwas previously wed to director Luc Besson and actor Shawn Andrews.FORMER Spice Girl Melanie Brown has givenher baby daughter the surname of ex-boyfriendEddie Murphy. Brown, 31, gave birth to AngelIris Murphy Brown on April 3 in Santa Monica,California. Murphy, 46, has said he is not sure heis the father.TEENAGE actress KeishaCastle-Hughes says she wasmade to feel guilty about herpregnancy, spoiling what shouldhave been a celebratory time.Giving her first formal interviewin two years, Castle-Hughes toldNew Zealand's Sunday programthat she was shocked when she found out shewas pregnant at age 16. However, she now feltready to have the baby. Castle-Hughes, in thelatter stages of her pregnancy, said the publiccontroversy surrounding her being pregnant soyoung hurt as it left her feeling she had to hide ata time that should have been a big celebration.MATCHESJUDE Law is romancingthe editor of the Britishedition of Harper's Bazaar.Press reports claim Lawand Kim Hersov, Harper'sAmerican-born editor andsingle mother of two, embarked on their journey together two months ago.They've just flown for a few days' R&R to India,where they've already been spotted visiting aromantic historic fort, 'he with a camera and shewith a sun hat'.ACTRESS Angelina Jolie has filed court papersto add boyfriend Brad Pitt's last name to thatof her newly adopted son. Jolie, who adoptedPax Thien Jolie from a Vietnamese orphanagein March, filed a petition in Los Angeles CountySuperior Court that would change the three-year-oldboy's name to Pax Thien Jolie-Pitt.FRACTURESACTRESS Kim Basinger has hired a bodyguardfor her 11-year-old daughter after a voice-mailtirade by her father, actor Alec Baldwin, wasmade public last week. The divorced couple's bitter six-year custody battle over their only daughter, Ireland, burst into the open lastThursday when the celebrity website TMZ.composted a recording of a blistering phone message Baldwin had left the child, calling for a "rude, thoughtless little pig.'SINGER George Michael is setto appear in a London court ondrugs charges, the day before heperforms at the new WembleyStadium, following a ruling by adistrict judge. The trial of the 43-year-old former Wham! star hasbeen listed to start on May 8.ROCK legend Max Merritt has been diagnosedfor at least another week. Merritt,a New Zealander who hit thecharts in the 1960s and 1970swith his band The Meteors, washospitalised last week sufferingkidney failure. His manager, WalBishop, says blood tests havesince revealed GoodpasturesSyndrome, a rare viral infection. Merritt is bestknown in Australia for the hits Slippin? Awayand Western Union Man, and in 2002 he touredAustralia as part of the Long Way to the Topconcert series.DISPATCHESMUSICIAN Lobby Loyde, who taught rocklegend Billy Thorpe how to ?really? play theguitar, is dead. Loyde died in a Melbournehospital last Saturday night after a long battle withcancer, aged 65. Loyde made his mark on theAustralian pub rock scene in the 1970s, playingalongside Thorpe in his band the Aztecs, andalso with the Coloured Balls.Keith RichardsBBQ STOPPERS * MINERS Brant Webb and Todd Russellmarked the first anniversary of the rock fallthat trapped them underground and killedworkmate Larry Knight by attendingBeaconsfield's Anzac Day dawnservice. The pair were rescuedafter 14 nights trapped in a tinycage a kilometre underground aftera rock fall on Anzac Day last year atthe Beaconsfield goldmine near Launceston inTasmania.* THE people of Newcastle showed true Anzacspirit by turning out in their thousands to dawnservices and street marches in the pouringrain on Wednesday. Poor weather altered thedestination of the Anzac Day march in Newcastlewhen the service was switched from Civic Park toCity Hall, but it did not threaten the city's supportof the event. Young and old lined the streets tocheer on about 350 veterans, including more than100 Vietnam veterans, and current servicemen andwomen. Organisers estimated about 4000 peopleturned out to the dawn service at Nobbys Beachdespite the bleak conditions. TOP 10 NEWSMAKERS THIS LAST WEEK WEEKANDREW JOHNS 1 1JOHN HOWARD 2 2BRIAN SMITH 3 3KURT GIDLEY 4 5KEVIN RUDD 5 4JARROD MULLEN/WILLIE MASON6 6/9STEVE SIMPSON 7 7GEORGE W. BUSH 8 -BRETT KIMMORLEY 9 -CASEY STONER/PRINCESS MARY10 -/-Forever young THE Young and the Restless star Doug Davidson hasno qualms about his life as a celebrity.'Most fans are really friendly. It feels like you haverelatives all over the world. They feel like you'vebeen in their living room for years and they knowyou,' Davidson told The Word this week.'It's not fanatical for me like it is for Madonna orother rock stars. It hasn't been like that for years.'Davidson is in Australia for the first time to promote the show, which has moved from Channel Nineto Foxtel's W. Channel. His only public appearance was at Westfield Parramatta on Tuesday, which attracted 2000 hard-core fans. Davidson plays private detective Paul Williams on the show and has been with the soap for 29 years. Hogs and dogsOSCAR-winner Robin Williams and John Travoltahave signed up to star in a Disney comedy, Old Dogs.The buddy movie tells the story of old friendswhose lives are turned upside down when they findthemselves responsible for seven-year-old twins.The film, directed by Walt Becker, was also to featureTravolta's daughter, Ella Travolta.John Travolta is currently starring in the flick WildHogs in Aussie cinemas.QUESTION TIME TODDLASANCEACTORNEWCASTLE actor ToddLasance is back on the box inmore bad-boy roles.The sweet-faced 22-year-old hasgained some major cred throughplaying troubled teen AdenJeffries on Home and Away aswell as sheep rustler Brad onMcLeod's Daughters next week.Lasance returned to the SummerBay set last week to reprise hisrole as Jeffries. He will featurein six or seven episodes later thisyear.'He's an absolute bad-arse. I readthe script and thought 'this guy'san idiot?,' Lasance told The Word.However, the former St Philip'sChristian College studentacknowledges there are somepositives in playing a complexcharacter.'I don't think he will be liked. It'sgood playing strong charactersand making thembelievable.'The 22-year-old has also justfinished filming a small speakingrole in the Hollywood flick Fool'sGold, starring Kate Hudson andMatthew McConaughey.WHO IS YOUR FAVOURITEACTOR YOU'VE WORKEDWITH?Matthew McConaughey. It's anexperience working with an actorof that calibre and he was a blast.WHAT'S YOUR CAREERGOAL?Definitely to be in feature films.Ultimately Hollywood is whereI'd like to go.WHO WOULD YOU MOSTLIKE TO WORK WITH?Leonardo DiCaprio. He isabsolutely brilliant. He givesflawless performances. I alsorelate to him because he startedacting at a similar age to me.IF YOU WEREN'T ANACTOR WHAT WOULDYOU BE?A policeman or somethingto do with sport. I'm the sortof personality that I needsomething different to doevery day. Every day wouldbe different for a policeman.I was also really into sportwhen I was younger andplayed a lot of softball andbaseball.IF YOU CRACKHOLLYWOOD,WHAT WOULDYOU SPENDYOUR FIRSTMILLION ON?I should say I'dbuy somethingfor my mum andgirlfriend. However,I'd probably buy ahouse or anothertype of investmentbecause in thisindustry, you neverknow how long famewill last.
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