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I recently had a chance to interview the Tom Brady of hockey, otherwise known as New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist. The interview, at the Rangers practice center north of NYC, was a real treat for me, since I have played goalie since I was 8 years old — in fact, I still do …and have the bruises to prove it.
Madonna's brother Christopher Ciccone is launching his own signature shoe collection later this year.
I always have wondered what it's like to swap kisses with Katy Perry. It's the kind of thing a guy does in his spare time sitting in the makeup chair getting bronzer and eye concealer put on his face. And since smooching Perry is never gonna happen to me, well, I could ask her ex-husband Russell Brand, but, uh, that might be a sensitive topic right now.
Along with a couple hundred fortunate souls, I rode a time machine back to the '80s on Wednesday night in Hollywood. I was invited to attend a sneak peek VIP show of the newly reunited legends of rock Van Halen on a soundstage at Henson Studios and I learned a good many things during the band's spirited, hourlong jam session:
Yeah, I know. You can't tell from watching me spill celeb news on TV, but these gossipy bones of mine still have some sport left in them (see video above for the, um, sort-of proof).
Yeah, a major job perk is being invited to all the Golden Globes after parties, and this year was no exception. Here's what shook my globe and what didn't:
Over the last couple weeks, covering the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray has been mostly grueling, sometimes depressing, and often tedious. Such is the nature of criminal trials.
A week after attending Kim Kardashian's wedding extravaganza, I had the pleasure of watching another high-profile couple tie the knot.
If Jersey Shore's Angelina Pavarnick has her way she might put celebrity gossip reporters out of business! For anyone that follows celebrity news, you might have noticed that we spend a fair amount of time covering cheating scandals. And now Angelina has informed me exclusively that she wants to put an end to home-wrecking and divorces.
If there's one thing Charlie Sheen can expect from his upcoming Comedy Central roast, it's that there will be plenty of jokes aimed at his, um, life choices.
So to get him primed for roasting, I delivered some E! News-approved comedy right to the man himself. And trust me, you've got to see his reaction. Priceless.