Have some quick hits of celebrity news before bed. They won’t keep you awake.
Actresses Rachael Leigh Cook and Geena Davis have joined forces with the Creative Coalition and the Girl Scouts to promote more realistic images of women in the media — and Cook is speaking out against the heavily doctored photos you often see in magazines. “It is false advertising and false advertising is a crime, so why isn’t this a crime?” she says. [Fox News]
Reggae artist Gregory Isaacs died Monday (Oct. 25) at his home in London; he was 59. He’s best known for his 1982 hit “Night Nurse.” [AP]
]]>Gene Simmons was hospitalized overnight Sunday after fainting
at Los Angeles International Airport. He was suffering from dehydration
and was released Monday morning. [TMZ]
Terry Fator, who won Season 2 of “America’s Got Talent” and scored a
lucrative Las Vegas contract in the process, has settled a lawsuit with
his former manager — and it will cost him. The settlement calls for
Fator to pay John McEntee up to $10 million in managerial fees. [TMZ]
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