Catherine Zeta-Jones is slated to portray a high-powered chef in the romantic film "Mostly Martha," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
An adaptation of Sandra Nettlebeck's 2001 German feature "Bella Martha," the film's production is expected to begin in January. Zeta-Jones plays a chef whose life changes when she becomes the guardian of her young niece.
Jennifer Lopez says she once fired a manager because he suggested she
go on a diet.
"I had this manager who was very critical of my shape, he felt that everyone should look like Heather Locklear - thin and blond," Lopez was quoted by IMDB.com. "I fired him."
Mariah Carey is giving fans the chance to eat dinner with her. All you have to do is download the remix to her song, "Shake It Off" at iTunes. Details at mariahcarey.com. No truth to the rumor that second prize is two dinners with Carey.
to explain his attacks on President Bush, musician Moby told reporters in Brazil: "George Bush is the worst president in the history of the United States. ... When he invaded Iraq he thought it would be as easy as ordering a pizza at Domino's."
Kirstie Alley has dropped 50 pounds and does not expect Showtime to bring back her reality-based comedy "Fat Actress" for a second season.
"I think (Showtime has) great
concerns about me not being fat," Alley said.
Now that Alley has shed all that weight on the Jenny Craig diet, the diet plan company may hire Matt LeBlanc as its next celebrity spokesperson.
Skynews.com's Sandro Monetti reports Jenny Craig wants the slightly tubby "Joey" star and may be willing to pay $1 million for LeBlanc to lose nearly 30 pounds.
- Compiled by Greg Henry from wire and Internet reports
"terrified" for bulimic Sharon
Sharon Osbourne says she still is fighting a 35-year battle with bulimia.
Osbourne, 52, told the Sun in London, "It's bad, but I'm really trying to get better. I stuff myself with food like ice cream or pasta, then rush to make myself sick. Ozzy and the children know, and they get so upset with me. They are terrified for me."