The sultry starlet is offering up chance to take a lucky fan out to the old ballgame in a sweepstakes advertised on the MLB and Dodgers Web sites. I guess they needed something other than interleague play to garner some outside attention.
The series finale of The Sopranos may have been a let down (how many other people checked to see if their cable box turned off at the worst possible time?) but as Tony once said let's "focus on the good times." It could have been worse. We could have been in San Antonio watching a lackluster Game 2.
The rapper pleaded not guilty to pulling out a gun during a pick-up basketball game in Los Angeles. I guess that's one way of ending a dispute on the court. Let's hope that Ron Artest doesn't get any ideas.
The lovable host of The Price is Right hung up skinny mic and made his last plea to have your pets spade or neutered last week. He may be leaving television but the avid golfer says he?ll still be hitting the links. Let's hope he and Adam Sandler connect again and try to recreate the magic they made during Happy Gilmore.
Duane "Dog" Chapman
Dog The Bounty Hunter was at the Houston Super Regionals rooting for his nephew, Rice catcher Danny Lehmann, who was selected 272nd overall by the Twins in the 8th round of MLB's player draft. Chapman may head to Omaha next week for the College World Series.
The star of Telemundo's Marina, was a hit at the Hollywood Stars Game at Dodger Stadium on Saturday. She ran up the first base line going toward the foul pole after a base hit, unaware that she was supposed to go to second.
California's Governator helped more than 15,000 fans in Anaheim celebrate the Ducks' Stanley Cup wins. Throwing out cheesy catchphrases such as "We'll be back" and "Hasta la vista, baby!" Schwarzenegger made sure to hog the spotlight and hoist the Cup over his head.
Making a push for his first NBA Finals MVP, Parker scored 30 points in the Spurs' Game 2 win over the Cavs. He's now two wins away from not only his second championships but celebrating in style with his bride-to-be Eva Longoria. Now if we can just get him to forget about that ridiculous rap career.
The Grey's Anatomy beauty is officially a box office hit. Her raucous comedy Knocked Up, co-starring Seth Rogen, opened up strong last week, and this past weekend the movie came back to take in another $20 million-plus.
She was sent back to jail after the public outcry that she would serve the rest of her sentence under home arrest. L.A. City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo said afterward, "This decision sends the message that no individual -- no matter how wealthy or powerful -- is above the law. Today, justice was served." Somewhere, O.J. Simpson is laughing.
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