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Celebrities in the news today
It's Labor Day weekend and the celebrities are busy as ever. Read on to find out what the stars you love and love to hate have been up to...
Lady GaGa will be debuting her first creation since she was named the creative director at Polaroid Imaging Products. In 2011, the new Gagaliciously-designed analog Polaroid camera will hit stores. UK MD Graeme Chapman described the product, saying, “Obviously, the design’s pretty wacky but it’ll definitely appeal to her fans, and with over 10 million of them on Facebook, we’re pretty sure this will do well.”
Kanye West has finally apologized to Taylor Swift. The rapper went on a tweeting rampage Saturday morning, discussing his past mistakes, including an apology to Taylor Swift for interrupting her during last year’s VMAs. He also claims to have written a song for Taylor Swift and wants her to have it.
Making sure to remain focused on her expanding work efforts, Kim Kardashian turned up at Nordstrom Santa Monica Place in Santa Monica, CA on Saturday evening to promote her new line.
George Clooney and Elisabetta Canalis were spotted out to dinner at Ago Restaurant in West Hollywood, CA. Sean Lennon was seen yesterday in Juicy Couture’s Bleecker Street store in NYC buying items from the label’s Bird line, presumably for girlfriend Charlotte Kemp Muhl.
"Entourage” starlet Dania Ramirez was shopping yesterday at Century 21 downtown in NYC with her sister. Danny Bergen was seen at Hugo Boss on Sunset Plaza in West Hollywood, and Jack Black at Equinox.
As summer film season officially ends, the crime film "Machete" pulled in $3.9 million on Friday at the domestic box office, just beating George Clooney’s latest "The American", which took in $3.8 million. If the latter keeps up the momentum it has shown since opening on Wednesday, it’s projected to move into first place for the Labor Day weekend. Last weekend’s top earner, "Takers", slipped into third place, while Warner Brothers' latest from the department of syrupy romantic comedies, "Going the Distance" opened fifth, raking in just $2.3 million.
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