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Saturday, November 19, 2005

Clark Dark's Celebrity Round-Up

I'm Clark Dark here with celebrity news. Here we go!
    Tab Hunter, aging heart-throb leading actor, popular during the 1950s and 1960s, has written his own "tell all" autobiography. In an interview Hunter said rather than take the chance "some horse's ass" would write his story and get it all wrong he decided the public should "get the story straight from the horse's mouth". I think this is an interesting choice of words since straight is not what Hunter is. He writes about being a homosexual actor during a less enlightened time in Hollyweird.
    According to the New York Daily News a conservative group has asked the Federal Election Commission to investigate whether the "Vote or Die" campaign launched by Sean "Diddy" Combs' Citizen Change was really a ploy to sell his line of clothing. A formal complaint filed by the National Legal and Police Center alleges that Combs violated election law in his 2004 "Vote or Die" campaign by promoting Democrat Senator John F. Kerry and opposing Republican President George W.Bush. In its complaint the group notes that at rallies sponsored by Citizen Change, Leonardo DiCaprio urged the crowd to back Kerry. A commission spokesman told The Associated Press that it will review the complaint, and the matter will remain confidential until resolved.
    It's been confirmed by reports on a website for the ubiquitous Beyonce Knowles. A star of the third season of "American Idol" has been cast in the key role of Effie in the film version of "Dreamgirls" the Broadway hit musical from several years ago. It's going to be--drumroll, please, Jennifer Hudson, not Fantasia. Fantasia had the support of some big names, including the already-cast Jamie Foxx, but Hudson was quoted saying, "They said they wanted me. They said I was born for this."

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