WHAT'S COUNTRY STAR MIRANDA LAMBERT'S BACKGROUND?
According to WalterScott in this Sunday's issue of PARADE magazine, after Miranda finishedthird on USA Network's "Nashville Star," the Texas native was signed toSony. For her CD "Kerosene," released last week, Lambert wrote all butone song. She tells us in PARADE: "I'm just 21, but my parents areprivate investigators, and I've seen a lot of reality. Relationshipsinspire my work." Her song "Me and Charlie Talking" has gotten a lot ofattention and even hit the number one spot on a few Country charts.
PARADE MAGAZINE'S WALTER SCOTT THINKS THE NEW FARRAH FAWCETT REALITY SHOW COULD BE THE FUNNIEST SHOW SINCE "SEINFELD."
On Wednesday FarrahFawcett's new show on TV Land, "Chasing Farrah" hits the airwaves. AndPARADE magazine's Walter Scott says he can't wait for the show tofinally hit the air. According to Scott, if the 58-year-old ex-pinupacts as weird as she did on her infamous guest appearance with DavidLetterman in 1997, "Chasing Farrah" will be a runaway hit.
Topic Idea: If you could pick one wacky celeb to be the star of a reality show, who would it be?
WHAT ARE THE CHANCES DEREK JETER WILL FINALLY TIE THE KNOT?
Walter Scott notes in this Sunday's issue of PARADE magazine that Jeter and his newgal pal Stacy Lynn Spierer are tight, but don't count on him settlingdown any time soon. The 30-year-old Jeter just has too much of a historyof loving and leaving 'em. The Yankee slugger's exes include pop divaMariah Carey, video jockey Vanessa Minnillo and actress JordanaBrewster. So possibly the best piece of advice for Spierer, who's'appeared in minor TV and film roles, would be to don't give up your day job.
Topic Idea: What did it take for you to finally tie the knot with yourspouse? Ladies: What's the most important trait you look for in apossible mate? How about the guys, what do you look for?
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