It looks like Heather Locklear will be joining her ‘just friends’ buddy, David Spade, on the cast of Rules Of Engagement. If you haven’t caught ROE (Don’t worry, you’re not alone), it’s about five people. Four of them are together (boy/ girl, boy/ girl) and the fifth is David Spade, essentially playing himself. One of the couples is married and the other is newly engaged (hence the title). The known quantities in this show are Peter Warburton, the married dude, (Putty from Seinfeld, high five) and David Spade, reprising his role as himself. Oliver Hudson, Kate Hudson’s brother, is the newly engaged guy and presumably the focus of the show. Hudson gets washed out by Warburton (doing his squinty-eyed, deep voice thing) and Spade (doing his smarmy, for some reason women find me attractive thing). Warburton and Spade are stand-ins for the old chestnut of shoulder angel and devil.
From The BBC A DIY test for the most common sexually transmitted disease, chlamydia, is being made available through the post by NHS Grampian. The test kits can now be picked up at more than 20 youth centres, colleges and pharmacies. The samples are then sent back for the results. Sexual health clinical lead for Grampian, Dr Gillian Flett, said: "Concern is growing about young people contracting infections." Failure to treat chlamydia can result in long-term health problems for the person who has it and for the people that they have sex with. Tango’s Take
From Springfield News-Leader Missouri’s three-day waiting period for obtaining marriage licenses will be eliminated tomorrow, Greene County announced. State law currently requires couples planning to marry in Missouri to appear before the county recorder of deeds and apply for a license. The couple must then wait three business days and return to the recorder’s office to pick up the license. Senate Bill 22 eliminates the need for two trips to the recorder of deeds office. Upon application, brides and grooms may obtain a license the same day if they plan to marry within 30 days. Tango’s Take
From Hollyscoop.com Talk about a random hookup! According to reports Jennifer Aniston is dating another actor named Brad--who is soon to be divorced from another actress named Jennifer. Aniston and Bradley Cooper enjoyed a candlelit dinner after being set up by mutual friend Drew Barrymore. A source close to Aniston said: "Jen was amazed and laughing at the fact that they might have been in a Twilight Zone scene about parallel worlds colliding." Tango’s Take Brad and Jen are over (twice). Long live Jen and Brad. Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Esposito ended their marriage in May. The Jennifer Aniston / Brad Pitt breakup is the stuff of legend.
From ABC News By Joe Goldman Argentine couples swept the top three spots in the tango ballroom category of the World Tango Championships in Buenos Aires Sunday night, with the first ever US finalists denied any award. A seven-person jury awarded first prize to Ines Muzzopappa and Angel Sanchez of Buenos Aires, a couple whom many perceived as solid, traditional ballroom dancers without the overdressing and fiery pirouette dancing that had won previous events. Their victory, as well as that of the second- and third-place finishers -- also from the Buenos Aires metropolitan area -- was viewed by tango analysts as a return to the old and basic values of tango as a dance form. Err, Tango’s Take
From The New York Daily News By George Rush and Joanna Molloy Paula Zahn's words of love are coming back to haunt her now that the newswoman's estranged husband has his hands on a diary that lays bare her secret affair with another tycoon. "It's Paula's love book," a source tells us. "It documents her tryst" with married ContiGroup CEO Paul Fribourg. What's in the private journal? "It's quite lurid," says the source. "Let's leave it at that." Richard Cohen, the multimillionaire developer who has been the ex-CNN anchor's husband for 20 years, discovered the diary with their 17-year-old daughter, Haley, according to another source. Tango’s Take There are really only a few things you have to do to not get caught cheating. 1) Do not use the family credit card for hotel rooms or expensive gifts.
From FemaleFirst.co.uk Ryan Phillippe only spends time away from his children to make "serious" movies. The handsome actor - whose estranged wife Reese Witherspoon achieved global fame as ditzy Elle Woods in the 'Legally Blonde' movies - isn't interested in starring in "fun" films, because it's more important for him to be a good dad. Ryan told BANG Showbiz: "I like making movies that make people think. I like making movies that push buttons, or make people uncomfortable, or question the world around them. "That is something that is satisfying to me when I choose to take time away from my children to dedicate myself to work. "I enjoy watching fun movies but if I put my time and focus into a project I like it to resonate and to mean something.” Tango’s Take
From Anchorage Daily News By Becky Stoppa WASILLA -- Adam Imperato loves his job. Once a pharmaceutical tester in Grand Rapids, Mich., the 29-year-old Wasilla man is a stay-at-home dad. He tends to his house and children while his wife, Crystal, a doctor at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center, tends to patients. Adam cleans and catches up on household chores while the children, Braden, 3 1/2, and Cade, 22 months, nap or watch TV. When the work is done, the three spend their time playing with toys or going to parks and playgrounds. Tango’s Take