Monday, August 09, 2004

Who’s Wearing What: Kelly Rowan wore a cobalt blue silk charmeuse dress with plunging neckline by Collette Dinnigan to the 2004 Teen Choice Awards held at the Universal Ampitheatre in Universal City, California. Collette Dinnigan has been designing her own label since 1990. She has been showing her collections in Paris since 1995, when she became the first Australian designer invited to join the Chambre Syndicale du prêt-u-porter. Every Collette Dinnigan garment is hand made in Sydney and sold at exclusive retailers worldwide. Brand ambassadors include Halle Berry, Claudia Schiffer and Anna Friel.

Hilary Duff stepped out on the red carpet at a “Kids With a Cause” benefit screening of A Cinderella Story in Toronto, Canada in a Monique Lhuillier gown worn in the film. She wore a white silk tulle ball gown with pale pink collage lace and crystals on bodice.

Entertainment Tonight correspondent Maria Menounos wore a cocktail dress by Pamella Roland to the Teen Choice Awards. She wore a vibrant yellow satin trench dress from the Pamella Roland Spring/Summer 2004 collection. Roland’s designs are sold at Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Holt Renfrew stores and have been worn by celebrities such as Sharon Stone, Jennifer Garner, Paris Hilton and Hilary Duff.

Soap Star: Daytime star Deidre Hall will host "SOAPnet Reveals…Days: Return to Salem," on Friday, August 27, 2004 at 7 p.m. This one-hour recap and preview special will feature “Days of our Lives” cast members recapping the current storyline (what viewers and fans had seen prior to the Olympics) and a sneak peek at what lies ahead.

Keith Fans Turn Out:
Singer/songwriter and country music singer Toby Keith recently launched his 2004 "Big Throwdown" tour with a record-setting crowd in attendance, andhis latest single has exploded onto the charts for the highest debut of his career. <>40,000-plus screaming fans were in attendance at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. outside Boston for the first show of Keith's highly-anticipated tour. Organizers say the July 24 crowd was the largest for an all country music show in North America this year. Keith followed with first weekend ticket sales of more than 21,000 for his Pittsburgh date, 20,000 in Washington and 18,700 in Philadelphia.

On the Road: ACM's Top New Artist singer-songwriter Dierks Bentley has taken his show on the road with more than 200 tour dates. Bentley became one of country's hottest new artists with the chart-topping success of his debut single "What Was I Thinkin'." He followed with the smash "My Last Name," while his third single "How Am I Doin'" is climbing toward the top 20. Dierks was named Billboard's #1 Top New Country Artist of 2003, Music Row Magazine's Breakout Artist of 2003, Country Music Poll's 2003 Best New Act, and ACM's 2004 Top New Artist, as well as named one of People Magazine's Hottest Bachelors of 2004 and the only country artist in Access Hollywood's 2003 "Next Big Thing." His self-titled debut has already certified gold for sales in excess of 500,000 units.

Mayer Tunes on iPod: On August 9, 2004, John Mayer announced on his Web site,, that four concerts from his current tour will be available for download from the iTunes Music Store (iTMS) this month. Mayer wanted to document these shows for his fans while the music and the memories are still fresh. He teamed up with Apple's iTMS to presentt these in-concert documents. On each New Music Tuesday between August 10, 2004 and August 31, 2004, iTunes will make a 10-song edited show available for downloading in a month-long exclusive window. The four sets will be sold as albums only. The series bears the collective title As Is.

Supergrass Tour: British Capitol recording group Supergrass will perform a six-city U.S. tour coincides with the release of "SUPERGRASS IS 10: THE BEST OF 94-04," a 21-track retrospective. The collection - which will also include a limited edition live CD with the first pressing - arrives in stores on September 28, 2004. The limited edition bonus CD will be made available free to people who purchase all tracks of "SUPERGRASS IS 10..." on Itunes.



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29 Washington, DC TBA

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2 New York, NY Webster Hall (

5 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore


7 Los Angeles, CA Avalon Hollywood (

Welcome Draven Lee: Kimberly Weigel -- a BeansTalk favorite -- gave birth Saturday, August 7, 2004 to Draven Lee Weigel Abasolo at UCI in Orange, Calif. He weighed 5.8 lbs. and measured 18 1/2 in. The entire staff of BeansTalk was there to welcome his entrance into the wide world. Want pics? Visit:

September Lifetime Schedule:

I Do (But I Don’t) (Lifetime Original Movie Premiere)

Airs Monday, September 13, 9-11 PM ET/PT;

MTV and Blockbuster Movie Award nominee Denise Richards (“Spin City,” “The World Is Not Enough” and “Wild Things”) stars in “I Do (But I Don’t),” a romantic comedy, based on the popular novel of the same name by Cara Lockwood, which centers on a quirky wedding consultant trying to navigate her way through her often frazzled professional and personal lives.


The ‘I Do’ Diaries Presents: Wedding Videos Revealed (working title)

Airs Thursday, September 16, 11 PM-12 AM ET/PT

Debi Guitterrez hosts Wedding Videos Revealed: a one hour up-close comedic look at what can go wrong at a wedding. Whether it is during the initial stages of preparation or the dénouement of the reception, wedding bloopers and unlucky hijinks abound. Each segment captures specific moments in the course of a wedding day and ensures its viewer a good dose of hilarity.


How Clean Is Your House?

Airs Monday, September 6, 11-11:30 PM ET/PT

Airs Monday, September 13, 11-11:30 PM ET/PT

Airs Monday, September 20, 11-11:30 PM ET/PT

Airs Monday, September 27, 11-11:30 PM ET/PT

Two British cleaning experts shake filth offenders out of their horrible cleaning habits and turn them into domestic Gods and Goddesses!


Cop Out

Airs Saturday, September 18, 10-11 PM ET/PT

A robbery is in progress and two patrol cars respond to the call, but only one of the patrol cars shows up. Nicole and Jess discover the empty police car with blood on the dashboard. The team puts the clues together and discovers that the blood on the dash belonged to a female officer with a dangerous secret. Nick and Jess must find her before the dirty cops do. (2004/Drama) Starring Vivica A. Fox, Caterina Scorsone, Mark Consuelos and Justin Louis.

Puzzle Box

Airs Saturday, September 25, 10-11PM ET/PT

A five-year old daughter of a NY senator's aide is kidnapped. Nicole (Vivica A. Fox) and Jess (Caterina Scorsone) go into action to find the little girl but only to discover that they have uncovered a ring of human trafficking. Now that the ring has been exposed, the kidnappers are going to simply cut their losses and kill their hostages. Nicole and Jess race against time to find the safe houses, free the immigrants and prevent a massacre. (2004/Drama) Starring Vivica A. Fox, Caterina Scorsone, Mark Consuelos and Justin Louis.


Die Die, Who Am I?

Airs Sunday, September 26, 10-11 PM ET/PT

Despite M's protests, Zoe adds a pro-bono case to her already full schedule when a man suffering from amnesia asks her to help him uncover his identity. Things become increasingly mystifying when it becomes obvious that someone is trying to kill him.


Like Cures Like

Airs Sunday, September 26, 9-10 PM ET/PT

Andy treats a patient's husband who has fallen into a ravine and is critically injured. Lu discovers that her patient has tested positive for the Avian flu. Peter helps treat a woman with severe allergies with his homeopathic remedy.


Airs Friday, September 10, 11 PM -12 AM ET/PT

Shawn Brooks & John Zwiep. Designer: TBD. John should have known from the very beginning that Shawne's style was different that his own. He met her at a boutique where she sold decorative accessories. Four years later, they're engaged and Shawne is moving into John's house. Shawne prefers a bright contrasting color palate and lots of stuff. John likes subdued colors and uncomplicated spaces.

What Should You Do?

Airs Saturday, September 18, 11 PM-12AM ET/PT

True stories of people surviving emergency situations.

Airs Saturday, September 25, 11 PM-12 AM ET/PT

Segments include: “Teacher's Will" –A young woman is kidnapped from her apartment at gunpoint, raped in an abandoned field and shot three times in the back by her assailant, who leaves her for dead. "Severed Hand" –Man’s hand is re-attached after an accident with a power saw. "Baby CPR" –Women use CPR to revive a 4-month-old who stops breathing at a grocery store. "Pit Stop" - Woman in a convenience store fight off an armed robber. "Snowmobile Crash" –A snowmobile excursion turns into a six day test of survival. "Buried Alive" –Man rescues and revives a young girl who is buried alive.

LIFETIME’S Speaking of Women’s Health

Airs Saturday, September 4, 11-11:30 AM ET/PT

A couple—now expecting twins—talks about their struggle with infertility; two women try to find a cure for post-birth stretch marks.

Airs Saturday, September 11, 11-11:30 AM ET/PT

Women go on quest to remove birthmarks from their faces; a woman suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder; seasonal allergies; Tai-Chi; comfort foods.

Airs Saturday, September 18, 11-11:30 AM ET/PT

A family struggles with obesity. The health benefits of chocolate.

Airs Saturday, September 25, 11-11:30 AM ET/PT

A documentary filmmaker deals with domestic and childhood abuse in her film; a woman is ready to return to the dating scene after a makeover; good mood foods; loving leftovers.



Airs Sunday, September 19th, 11AM-9PM ET/PT

All of the movies feature the stars of the classic television series, Charlie’s Angels. The starring women are the popular “angels”: Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith, Farrah Fawcett and Cheryl Ladd.

11AM-1PM ET/PT “Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Charlie’s Angels” (Lifetime Premiere)

1-3 PM ET/PT “The Substitute Wife”

3-5 PM ET/PT “Empty Cradle”

5-7 PM ET/PT “Three Secrets”

7-9 PM ET/PT “Her Best Friend’s Husband”


Deadly Encounter (aka Over the Edge) (World Premiere)

Airs Monday, September 6, 9-11 PM ET/PT

A restaurant hostess, who is trying to make ends meet while raising her young son, is run off the road while driving home after a late shift. The crazed driver proceeds to stalk her and she when decides to take charge and confront the maniac, she is forced to face her worst nightmare. Starring Laura Leighton, Al Goulem and Daniel Magder. (Suspense Thriller/2004)

No Regrets (World Premiere)

Airs Saturday, September 11, 7-9 PM ET/PT

A seemingly happily, married couple confront many questions about their relationship after being reunited with their college sweethearts. However, it soon becomes clear that the couple and their sweethearts are actually actors in a film about past relationships. Starring Kate Jackson, Janine Turner, Brad Johnson, Robert Merril and Lari White. (Drama/2004)

Gift of Love: The Daniel Huffman Story (Lifetime Premiere)

Airs Tuesday, September 14, 9-11 PM ET/PT

Based on a true story. A high school football star must forsake a college scholarship and give up the sport he loves in order to donate a kidney to his ailing grandmother. His coach befriends him and helps him through the difficult situation. Starring Elden Henson, Debbie Reynolds and Ed Marinaro. (Drama/1999)

THE Patty Duke Show: Still Rockin’ in Brooklyn Heights (Lifetime Premiere)

Airs Friday, September 17, 7-9 PM ET/PT

The original cast of “The Patty Duke Show” resurrects their characters when Patty Lane's family reconvenes in New York for a surprise party for Patty. Patty is now a drama teacher at her old high school, and while she still has a relationship with her old high school boyfriend, they have already been married and divorced. Her cousin Cathy is now a widow with a teenage son who lives in Scotland. After reuniting at the family party, Patty and Cathy must join forces against their old rival, Sue Ellen, who wants to tear down their old high school to build a strip mall. Starring Patty Duke, Eddie Applegate, Jean Byron, Paul O’Keefe, William Schallert and Cindy Williams. (Comedy/1999)

Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Charlie’s Angels (Lifetime Premiere)

Airs Sunday, September 19, 11 AM-1 PM ET/PT

Based on a true story. Aaron Spelling's hit show "Charlie's Angels" had a turbulent first season on ABC, resulting in Farrah Fawcett's decision to leave the show. Starring Dan Castellaneta, Ben Browder, Christina Chambers, Tricia Helfer and Lauren Stamile. (Drama/ 2004)

Found (working title) (U.S. Premiere)

Airs Monday, September 20, 9-11 PM ET/PT

Sixteen years after her kidnapping, a girl is returned to her mother and her new husband Charles by a private investigator. The mother is ecstatic about her daughter's return, but her husband has doubts and a hidden past is soon revealed. Starring Tania Saulnier, Joanna Cassidy, Victor Browne and Greg Evigan. (Suspense Thriller/2004)

Not Our Son (Basic Cable Premiere)

Airs Saturday, September 25, 6-8 PM ET/PT

Based on a true story. Based upon a police sketch, the parents of a man who turns out to be the Seattle Specter, a notorious arsonist, turn him in to the authorities and give the reward money to the victims. Starring Neil Patrick Harris, Gerald McRaney, Ari Meyers and Tom Verica. (Suspense Thriller/1995)

Torn Apart (World Premiere)

Airs Monday, September 27, 9-11 PM ET/PT

A doctor's life is turned upside down when the father of a patient she couldn't save kidnaps her husband and daughter. The kidnapper forces her to choose which of the two hostages he should spare. Starring Richard Burgi, Tia Carrere, Zoe Gaber and Dale Midkiff. (Suspense Thriller/2004)

Nowhere to Land (Lifetime Premiere)

Airs Tuesday, September 28, 9-11 PM ET/PT

An airliner is en route from Sydney, Australia to Los Angeles, California with 300 passengers onboard when the pilot learns that there is a device containing nerve gas onboard. They are two hours from landing, but the gas is believed to be set to release within the next hour, and is thought to be planted not be a terrorist, but by a madman. Starring Christine Elise and Jack Wagner. (Suspense Thriller/2000)

Damaged Care (Basic Cable Premiere)

Airs Wednesday, September 29, 9-11:30 PM ET/PT

A woman doctor becomes a medical reviewer of case files for an HMO. She discovers that some of her subordinates are overriding her approvals behind her back and she decides to leave her job. She begins to speak out to the public against the practices of the HMOs, but the more attention she calls to the problem, the more complicated her life becomes. Starring Adam Arkin, Laura Dern, Regina King, Diane Ladd and James LeGros. (Drama/2002)