Saturday, January 26, 2008

Nas Not Dropped From Label and other Latest News

As well as the news from FemaleFirstwe take a look at the Oscars, the tragedy of Heath Ledger, and Mark Ronson and the Brits.

The fate of the Oscars ceremony is still up in the air, but that doesn't mean producer Gil Cates & Co. has stopped working to put a show together. So much so that I’m told requests have gone out to potential presenters. A well-placed source reports that Cameron Diaz is one of the first—if not the first—to sign on as a presenter.“Not confirming anything,” Diaz’s rep said in an email. "Any conversations about the Oscars are contingent upon the status of the strike." It would be Diaz's fifth time as a presenter at the Academy Awards.While Cates hasn’t revealed any backup plans if the Writers Guild pickets the 80th annual awards gala on Feb. 24—many big-name celebs like George Clooney have said they will not cross the picket line—I’m told the mood at the Academy is upbeat, and they're optimistic they won’t be left with a Golden Globes-like fiasco

Tara Reid agree's with the jailing of Lohan and Hilton, Mark Ronsons meteororic rise to fame is charted in our feature, and we look back on the short but interesting career.
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Mark Ronson's chart conquest With a bunch of BRIT and Grammy nominations and the promise of a third album, this looks set to be Mark Ronson's year.

Tom Hanks: Hollywood's nice guy turns bad Tom Hanks is Hollywood's ultimate nice guy. He's been one of Tinseltown's biggest stars for over 20 years but there's never been a bad word said about him. You don't hear stories of Hanks falling out of nightclubs, being in rehab or sleeping with every woman who comes his way, and Hanks is quite happy with his reputation.

Nas Not Dropped From Label.
Def Jam label bosses have hit back at reports the company is dropping rapper Nas over his plans to title his next album Nigger.

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