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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Ashley Dupre to be interviewed on 20/20 with Diane Sawyer

Brace yourselves: you’re about to find out a lot more about Eliot Spitzer than you ever wanted to know. Ashley Dupre, the young New Jersey runaway who supported a lavish New York City lifestyle by working as a high-class prostitute will appear in an interview on this Friday’s 20/20. It’s her first time speaking out since she was revealed as “Kristen,” former New York State governor Eliot Spitzer’s call girl of choice.

Dupre shot to fame (albeit short-lived fame) early this year when Spitzer’s penchant for paid companionship was exposed. Federal investigators tapped his phone after they received reports of suspicious activity from his bank, and taped conversations between him under the code name “Client 9” and a booker at Emperor’s VIP Club making arrangements for escorts. Spitzer was forced to step down because of the scandal.

Once the 23-year-old aspiring singer/prostitute’s identity was revealed, Dupre was initially inundated with offers to pose nude and star in pornos. But her star faded fast and it wasn’t long before she became an afterthought.

Now she wants the limelight back and she’s hoping talking to Diane Sawyer will have one it takes to snatch it. Reportedly, the interview—which will occupy two segments of the hour-long show—will focus more on her rise to hooker superstardom than on her liaisons with the shamed former governor. A source told the Daily News that people hoping for more dirt on Spitzer will be disappointed so, sadly (or maybe, thankfully), she probably won’t go into “too much information” territory. But thirty minutes with the woman who brought down the man who brought down Wall Street without any mention of their encounters would be the ultimate exercise in restraint. And if there’s anything this entire situation lacks, it’s just that.

For more on ASHLEY DUPRE including several non censored pictures from the Girls Gone Wild Days Visit the "offical" ASHLEY DUPRE BLOG

Sean "P Diddy" Combs to Appear on CSI Miami

P. Diddy is set to appear on the popular ‘CSI’ TV shows, and will play a prosecutor on the Miami leg of the show. The rap mogul and gang banger, whose real name is Sean Combs, will appear on two episodes of ‘CSI: Miami’ playing a a prosecutor who doesn't get along with a police lieutenant. The shows featuring Combs will air in mid- to late winter.

This is not the first time he has forayed into acting, as he recently garnered critical acclaim for his role in ‘A Raisin in the Sun’, a TV movie made by the ABC Network.

Rap personality, Sean Combs also known as P. Diddy, will make a cameo on television soon. The Grammy and MTV Video Music Awards winner has been picked up to guest star on CBS's hit police drama series, "CSI: Miami". Moreover, it has been reported that P. Diddy has signed a deal with CBS for two episodes' appearance on the series, scheduling to air in early next year. In the episodes, the rapper reportedly will be featured as a federal prosecutor opposite Horatio Caine, played by David Caruso, and other regular characters.

Acting is nothing new for this American top rapper because he has appeared in Jon Favreau's 2001 film, "Made", as Ruiz. He also won a starring role in Broadway play "A Raisin In The Sun".

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Lipstick Jungle and My Own Worst Enemy get the NBC Axe

One potential bright spot in America's fiscal tragedy -- our arts and culture now forcibly skews closer to reality. Consider MoMA's assortment of modular homes, which have suffered the same fate as the real-life housing market. Alas, there are worse woes ahead -- such as the recent cancellation of Lipstick Jungle or confusion over a Sex & the City sequel. To most people, this sort of news heralds the end of a crapulent spate of television brought on earlier this year by yet another SATC clone.

Even in the unscripted arena, the CW’s Stylista is teetering awfully close to cancellation hell. Clearly, all of these casualties and uncertainties have forced this fluffy genre of meta-TV to embrace reality and inspired networks to develop shows capable of connecting with their target demo. Apart from Gossip Girl, that is, which continues to coast on its dubious depiction of “the poor.”

NBC’s drama Lipstick Jungle has been cancelled. Kim Raver, Lindsay Price and Brooke Shields played the three female leads. That means no more shirtless Kirby Atwood (Robert Buckley)!!!

Reports also indicate freshman drama My Own Worst Enemy (with Christian Slater) also got the axe. No official comment has been made by NBC about either series just yet.