Mulholland Drive actress, Jennifer Connelly looking absolutely dreadful portraying a homeless person in her new movie, whatever the hell it’s called.. Talk about method acting! She might be a little too good at looking like a bum! And talk about skinny! We hope the actress finds 49 half-eaten cheezburgers in that trash can! She could use them all!
Ellen DeGeneres is more than considering a move to Australia after telling her Australian audience “I shouldn’t put it out there but I’m moving here.” The 55-year-old comedian and talk show host made the remarks while on a recent trip to her wife Portia de Rossi‘s hometown of Melbourne. Outlets please credit, TheCount.com.
“I’ve wanted to come to Australia for a long, long time, before meeting Portia.”
Ellen was visiting Sydney filming segments for her show which included her guest and fellow countryman, Aussie, Russell Crowe.
She admitted she had fallen head over heels in love with the country and told the crowd: “I can see us living here one day.”
Well Ellen! Enjoy all those U.S. dollars as you flee! Ellen joins a long list of celebs who seem to be exiting the states as of late.
Adam Lambert came out of hiding just long enough to slam new movie Les Miserables on Twitter saying, although it was a visual delight, producers should have employed actors with good voices.
“Les Mis: Visually impressive w great Emotional performances. But the score suffered massively with great actors PRETENDING to be singers,” Lambert wrote on Twitter.
His comments drew a firestorm of attention, forcing the former ‘American Idol’ tart to issue an apology for being so honest. He did not take anything he said back.
Although the movie starring Anne Hathaway and Russell Crowe has been universally acclaimed — it obviously wasn’t Lambert’s cup of tea…
“It’s an opera. Hollywoods movie musicals treat the singing as the last priority. (Dreamgirls was good).”
He even had time to offer advice to the music producers, “should have studio recorded and sweetened the vocals” of the actors in the musical.
“The industry will say ‘these actors were so brave to attempt singing this score live’ but why not cast actors who could actually sound good?” Lambert concluded.
By the way, why don’t they ever hire Lambert for any of these gigs? Could be that is hard to work with? I don’t know, I’m asking.