Kiwi screen queen Lucy Lawless is set to tread the boards of one of America’s most famous stages, in a star-studded performance of hit musical Chicago. Lawless, 45, has signed on to play “Mama” Morton in a three-night production at the world-famous Hollywood Bowl, in Los Angeles
It has become virtually an article of faith among America’s chattering class that the Western intervention in Libya cannot be considered a success unless Muammar Gaddafi is removed from power.
Ten alleged rebels were sentenced to death in Yemen Tuesday, the Gulf nation’s official news agency reported.
With comedy stars like Brooke Shields and Jim Belushi aboard, even a plane landing can be funny.
Italy’s flamboyant Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi will soon learn whether a controversial law granting top officials immunity from prosecution will remain on the books, after the country’s top court heard arguments about it Tuesday. The Italian Constitutional Court could open the way for the billionaire prime minister to face charges of bribery, influence peddling and tax fraud if it strikes down the law
Michael Jackson feared his father so much he would faint or vomit sometimes when his father entered the room — even when the pop singer was an adult, according to a book written by a former Jackson confidant. “The Michael Jackson Tapes” includes Jackson talking about his fear of growing old, his relationship with children, his friendships with Madonna and Brooke Shields, and his remarkable shyness around people that made his surround himself with mannequins.