Dancing with the Stars’ Cheryl Burke spent a night out with friends last night, beginning with dinner at Simon restaurant at Palm’s Place. Cheryl enjoyed the Simon sushi signature Crispy Rice and a Spicy Tuna Roll. She is pictured above with Kerry Simon, the chef at Simon restaurant.
You may know her as the spoiled Shannon from “Lost,” but Maggie Grace’s acting career is alive and well, as she starred as Liam Neeson’s daughter in “Taken” and has since landed a role in the Dwayne Johnson crime-thriller “Faster.”
According to her Wiki page, she was very clumsy as a child, and was nicknamed “Maggie Graceless” by a friend. She’s set to play Irina in the upcoming Twilight movie.
There are a number of things that one can expect from a movie called “Burlesque” – like singing, dancing, and gorgeous women in revealing outfits – but it never even crossed my mind that it might actually be good. Even the film’s trailer hinted at a potential train wreck, so you’ll probably be surprised to discover that it isn’t half-bad. Though the movie features some terribly underdeveloped characters and gets caught in the allure of its own glitz and glamour, the showy musical numbers and a great debut from Christina Aguilera make “Burlesque” a lot more enjoyable than you might believe. Think “Coyote Ugly” meets “Cabaret.” You know, minus the Nazis.
Sorry, Harry Potter, but “Burlesque” is the event of the holiday season, like the drunk aunt who shows up late to Thanksgiving dinner and falls into your mashed potatoes. The acting is almost nonexistent—Cher’s face can’t move because of Botox, and Christina Aguilera’s moves even less (she can’t emote). The audience I saw it with laughed at the serious lines, and I could hear crickets during the jokes. But Burlesque is so bad that it’s good: over-the-top, ridiculous fun. As with a Taylor Swift concert or a stick of Velveeta, you can’t resist the cheese.
Known for her pretty face and athletic build, Brittany Daniel starred on “The Game,” “Dawson’s Creek” and “Sweet Valley High,” and appeared in “Club Dread” and “Joe Dirt.” Now she’s starring in the new sci-fi action thriller, “Skyline.”
And get this: She’s a twin.
Here are a few pictures of Brittany throughout the years. She looks good no matter what she wears.
Actresses Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman arrive at the ‘Black Swan’ closing night gala during AFI FEST 2010 presented by Audi held at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre on November 11, 2010 in Hollywood, California.
The two actresses, who are also close friends off-screen, have denied rumors of Tequila shots to film their on screen kiss!