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Robert Pattinson out after Twilight with a blonde cougar (but don't worry Kristen, it's his publicist)

Tuesday, August 31, 2010
By Mailonline Reporter

Night on the town: A dressed down Robert Pattinson hit up Hollywood last night with a blonde on his arm - his publicist, Stephanie Ritz

Robert Pattinson hit up the Hollywood party scene last night with an attractive older blonde on his arm.

But girlfriend Kristen Stewart need not lose any sleep, Pattinson was just enjoying a night out with his publicist, Stephanie Ritz.

The two stopped by the Soho House before joining the rest of the Hollywood elite at Jimmy Fallon's post Emmy party at Trousdale.

Pattinson was dressed casually in jeans and a T-shirt, with a baseball cap pulled down low. The Twilight star was also sporting a big bushy beard.

Pattinson and Stewart met on the set of the first Twilight film. Their on-set chemistry was palpable and immediately sparked rumours of an off-set romance between the two.

The couple kept the public guessing, until Pattinson finally confirmed that he was in fact dating his leading lady.

The 24-year-old actor put an end to the months of speculation at the BAFTA Awards in London back in February.

Real life love: After months of rumour and speculation Pattinson finally confessed in February to dating his Twilight co-star, Kristen Stewart

'It is extremely difficult but we are together, yes,' Patinson confessed to The Sun. 'We can't arrive at the same time because of the fans. It goes crazy.

'This was supposed to be a public appearance as a couple, but it's impossible. We are here together and it's a public event, but it's not easy.

'We have to do all this stuff to avoid attention.'

Pattinson's big breakthrough role was when he played Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

But he shot to superstardom as angst-ridden vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight Saga.

Hard at work: Pattinson has been filming Water For Elephants with Reese Witherspoon. The actor plays Jacob Jankowski, a veterinary trainer that throws it all in and runs away to join the circus

Pattinson's career is red hot right now.

Earlier this year, The Sunday Times Rich List put him on its 'list of young millionaires' in the UK, worth £13 million.

And in June 2010, Pattinson was ranked number 50 by Forbes Magazine's most powerful celebrity in the world list with earnings of $17 million.

Pattinson has recently been filming Water For Elephants which he will star in opposite Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon.

He plays Jacob Jankowski, a veterinary student who throws it all in and runs off and joins the circus. Once there he falls in love with the elephant trainer's wife, played by Witherspoon.

Superstar: Pattinson became a household name after his portrayal of angst-ridden vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight Saga movie franchise

Pattinson is next scheduled to start filming on the last Twilight movie, Breaking Dawn, which will be split into two parts and released over two years.

However, the movie may be delayed due to violence in Rio De Janeiro, in Brazil, where filming is due to occur.

A spokesman for film company Summit, told U.S. website, RadarOnline: 'The possibility of filming portions of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 in Brazil has always been under consideration and we are continuing to scout locations within the country.'

Breaking Dawn- Part 1 is currently set to be released in November 2011 with Part 2 out in November 2012.

source: dailymail

Simon Cowell's villa wrecked by rowdy X Factor hopefuls

By Liz Thomas

Not amused: Simon Cowell was woken by drunken X Factor contestants who ruined his rented villa in Marbella, Spain

Rowdy X Factor contestants have ruined Simon Cowell's rented luxury villa in Spain.

He was left furious after they caused thousands of pounds worth of damage and drank his vintage champagne and imported beer.

The 50-year-old is staying in a 20-bedroom villa in Marbella, where he is 'mentoring' this year's X Factor hopefuls.

The property - which also boasts three pools, a cinema and a gym - costs Cowell £15,000 a day.

But problems started on Sunday night when contestants raided his drinks bar and finished his champagne and Sapporo beer that he had flown in from Japan.

Afterwards they swam in the sea and then stumbled back to their rooms, trampling over furniture and wrecking a £5,000 Persian rug. Antique and designer furniture was covered in sand and stained by sea water.

A show source said: 'It was chaos. It is thousands of pounds of damage. They were just very excited and things got out of hand.'

Cowell was woken up by the partying into the early hours. He said yesterday: 'Yes they did wake me up.

'Any damage will have to be paid out of their first royalty cheque if they make it - to teach them a lesson.'

Cowell also spoke about controversies hitting the show including his decision to ban auto tune and the expulsion of Shirlena Johnson.

The first episode of the new series featured a number of auditions where singers voices were adjusted to sound better than they actually were.

Possible reprieve: X Factor bosses are considering allowing Shirlena Johnson, pictured with her daughter, back on the show after she was dropped when fears arose about her health

Producers were accused of regularly using the technology but Cowell insisted it was only used in the 'extreme conditions' of the auditions where contestants brought poor quality backing tracks and the crowd noise could drown them out.

He confirmed the technology would not be used again, adding: 'And to say we were using it to cheat is nonsense.'

Cowell also said that axed contestant Shirlena Johnson may get a reprieve and a chance to come back on the show.

She was dropped from the series after a medical report and the show doctor said she may not be able to able to cope with the stress of the contest.

Trashed: Cowell's 20-bedroom villa in Marbella, which X Factor hopefuls who were staying there have ruined

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My how they've grown! Marcia Cross' twin girls are growing up fast

Monday, August 30, 2010
By Mail Online Reporter

Mummy and me time: Marcia Cross went for a stroll around her Brentwood, CA neighbourhood yesterday with her 3-year-old twin girls, Eden and Savannagh

It seems like only yesterday that Marcia Cross announced she was pregnant with twins.
But her girls, Savannagh and Eden are already three years old, and they are becoming quite the little ladies!

Despite working a gruelling schedule on her hit show Desperate Housewives, Marcia Cross is a hands on mother, trying to spend as much time as possible with her daughters.

Doting: Cross is a hands on mother and tries to spend as much time as possible with her girls

Yesterday the 48-year-old went for a stroll in Brentwood, California with the girls and their nanny.

The girls, dressed in T-shirts and leggings and both wearing baseball caps, each pulled a red cart behind them as they walked around the neighbourhood.

The actress is obviously making the most of her time off before returning to work on Desperate Housewives.

Season seven of the hit series will see Marcia returning as Bree, but Kyle MacLachlan who played her on-screen husband, Orson Hodge, will not be returning to the show.

Vanessa Williams is joining the cast and she's guaranteed to make some waves.

According to the show's storyline, Vanessa will appear as Renee, a cougar whose marriage to a Major League baseball player is on the rocks.

Vanessa's character decides to go after Bree's younger beau, played by Brian Austin Green.

Pull along: Both Eden and Savannagh were pulling red cart behind them as they went on their walk

Marcia’s off-screen love life is decidedly less complicated - she's happily married to stock broker Tom Mahoney.

On January 20th 2009 it was announced that Mahoney had been diagnosed with cancer, but by the look of things he seems to be winning the battle appearing the picture of health nowadays.

Showing the side effects from his gruelling chemotherapy treatments Mahoney lost significant amounts of weight, as well as his hair throughout last year, but thankfully he's gained both back.

Back to health: Cross' husband Tom Mahoney appears to have won his battle with cancer, on August 21 he looked the picture of health as he walked with Cross in Santa Monica

When Mahoney was spotted walking in Santa Monica with Cross last week he looked the picture of health and appeared to be back to his pre-cancer days.

The couple married in June 2006 after dating for just six months.

Marcia has suffered her share of tragedy in her life -her long-term partner, actor Richard Jordan, died of a brain tumor in 1993.

Talking about his tragic death several years ago, Marcia said : "I thought life was passing me by and I was really just devastated about it. So the fact that my life sort of turned in the last two years is just a miracle to me."

On set: On Desperate Housewives Cross plays uptight Bree Hodges

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Emmys 2010: Glee and Mad Men celebrate big wins, as autistic film Temple Grandin scoop the most awards

By Daily Mail Reporter

Triumphant: Glee's Sue Sylvester (left) picked up Best Supporting Actress gong and co-star Lea Michele missed out on a Lead Actress, but certainly won over fashion critics with her Oscar De La Renta dress

TV film Temple Grandin wins five gongs, including Best Actress in a TV movie for Claire Danes

Glee gets three trophies, but is beaten by Modern Family for Best Comedy

Mad Men gets two awards, with third win consecutive for Best Drama Series

They're two of the biggest shows on television right now, so it was no surprise to see Glee and Mad Men picking up a host of coveted awards at the Emmys last night.

Musical comedy Glee received three accolades at the Los Angeles ceremony, including Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy for Jane Lynch, for her performance as caustic coach Sue Sylvester.

The show also picked Best Director of a Comedy Series for creator Ryan Murphy, but missed out on the coveted Best Comedy gong to Modern Family.

Scroll down for full list of winners...

Thank you: Glee star Jane Lynch, in a one-shouldered Ali Rahimi gown, accepts the outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series award for her part as Sue Sylvester. The musical show won a total of three awards

The hugely popular musical show also received an award for Outstanding Guest Actor Neil Patrick Harris, who played Brian Ryan, Will Schuester's (Matthew Morrison) old high school glee club nemesis.

Mad Men made it a third consecutive win for the prestigious best drama series at last night's 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, with Erin Levy and Matthew Weiner also receiving a trophy for outstanding writing for the show, set in 1960s America.

But the bigger winner last night was TV film Temple Grandin, which led the haul with five gongs.

On form: Mad Men's leading ladies January Jones, Elisabeth Moss and Christina Hendricks looked the part as they posed in the backstage lounge

Honoured: Mad Men executive producer Matthew Weiner, centre right, accepts the award for outstanding drama series, making it a third consecutive win in that category for the drama set in 1960s America

The made-for-TV biopic stars Claire Danes as autistic animal scientist Temple Grandin who revolutionised practises for the humane handling of livestock on cattle ranches and slaughterhouses.

Danes won the gong for best actress in a TV movie, with the flick also being honoured in the category for best director (Mick Jackson), best movie, and nods for David Strathairn and Julia Ormond for their roles as supporting actor and actress.

The film debuted on HBO in February and received overwhelmingly positive reviews.

Celebrate: Michele and co-star Chris Colfer congratulate Glee creator Ryan Murphy after he is named Best Director

Dinner for three: Lynch is distracted by her Emmy as she dines with her wife Dr Lara Embry at the post-Emmy Governor's Ball

An emotional Temple Grandin, who was also celebrating her birthday, was there in person and appeared onstage with the cast as the film raked in its awards.

Mockumentary Modern Family was named Best Comedy, beating Glee, The Office, Curb Your Enthusiasm, 30 Rock and Nurse Jackie to the title.

To our fans, we are so grateful, we are so thrilled that families are sitting down together to watch a television show, and we're so happy that you have let us into your families,' said Steven Levitan, Modern Family executive producer.

Dapper: Mad Men stars Jon Hamm (far left), John Slattery (2nd right) and Robert Morse (far right) join producer Matthew Weiner backstage after winning Outstanding Drama Series

The best comedy series award was the first for the freshman sitcom, which also captured an acting award for Eric Stonestreet and a best writing trophy.

Mad Men's series creator Matthew Weiner seemed to take the night in his stride.

'I knew one day I would run somewhere and win a trophy,' Weiner joked earlier in the ceremony when he dashed to the stage to claim the Emmy for best drama series writing with Erin Levy.

Proud winners: Claire Danes in shimmering Armani Prive, poses with her award while, right, Julia Ormond shows off her gong for Best Supporting Actress in the film

Humbled: David Strathairn picked up the trophy for best supporting actor in Temple Grandin

Bryan Cranston's portrayal of a meth dealer in 'Breaking Bad' and Kyra Sedgwick's role as a brassy deputy police chief in 'The Closer' earned the pair top drama series acting awards.

Cranston's honor was his third trophy for playing a high school math teacher gone wrong, while his co-star, Aaron Paul, earned his first award as best supporting actor for playing his partner-in-crime.

'During the time it took me to walk up here, I venture there were 200 text messages to the other nominees saying, 'You were robbed.' I cannot argue with that,' Cranston said.

High praise: Weiner, flanked by January Jones, makes a speech as Mad Men writer Erin Levy holds her award for outstanding writing for a drama series for, the second award the show received

Archie Panjabi of 'The Good Wife' was honoured as best supporting actress in a drama for her part as a law-firm's in-house private investigator, as Emmy voters spread the riches widely among veterans and fresh faces.

Edie Falco of 'Nurse Jackie' and Jim Parsons of 'The Big Bang Theory' were honoured for their comedy series lead roles.

Falco's trophy for playing a tough but troubled nurse came after her hallmark turn as a mob boss' wife in 'The Sopranos,' for which she won three best drama actress Emmys.

Big winner: Autistic animal scientist Temple Grandin, left, hugs producer Emily Gerson after the biopic Temple Grandin won for outstanding made-for-television movie at the 62nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards last night

Biggest haul: The autistic film won a total of five awards, with Claire Danes, who plays Grandin, picking up the gong for best actress in a TV movie

'Oh, this is the most ridiculous thing that has ever, ever happened in the history of this lovely awards show. I'm not funny!' Falco said.

Parsons won for his portrayal of a scientist as nerdy as he is brilliant. He ended fellow nominee Alec Baldwin's two-year winning streak for '30 Rock' and beat out other heavyweights including Tony Shalhoub, nominated for the final season of 'Monk' and a three-time winner, and Steve Carell of 'The Office.'

'Now I know how much I didn't think this was going to happen. Some of you apparently voted for me. That was very sweet,' Parsons told the theatre audience.

Surprised: The cast of Modern Family beat Glee to get the trophy for outstanding comedy series, from left are presenter Ted Danson, Julie Bowen, Sarah Hyland, Sofia Vergara, Rico Rodriguez and Eric Stonestreet

Trio of fun: True Blood stars Alexander Skarsgard and newlywed real life couple Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer presented the award for best director for a TV movie which went to Mick Jackson for Temple Grandin

Stonestreet of 'Modern Family' and Lynch of 'Glee' were honoured for their comedy-series supporting roles.

'All I wanted to be was a clown in the circus when I was a kid growing up,' said Stonestreet, who plays a boisterous gay dad and partner. He thanked his parents for their support and promised to send his trophy home with them.

Lynch also thanked her folks along with her wife, Lara Embry. The pair married in Massachusetts in May.

Praised: George Clooney and girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis backstage after the actor received the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award

Fancy seeing you here: Clooney accepted the award from his former ER co-star, Julianna Margulies, who lauded his fundraising efforts for victims of this year's earthquake in Haiti, the 2004 tsunami in Indonesia and the September 11 terrorist attacks

'This is outlandish. ... I want to thank my lord and creator, Ryan Murphy, for creating his role,' Lynch said, paying tribute to the 'Glee' executive producer.

'Top Chef' won best reality series, ending the seven-year winning streak of 'The Amazing Race.'

Jon Stewart's 'The Daily Show' won its eighth consecutive Emmy Award for best variety, music or comedy series. The victory kept Conan O'Brien from claiming an Emmy for his short-lived stint as 'Tonight' host.

Many talents: Kim Kardashian, in a flowing white Marchesa gown, sang alongside guitar-playing host Jimmy Fallon to help introduce the award for best reality TV programme, which went to Top Chef

Show opener: Jimmy Fallon kicked things off on a musical note, performing a song-and-dance number with the cast of Glee and a wildly mismatched group of celebrities, from left Amber Riley, Jane Lynch, Tina Fey, Joel McHale, Fallon, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer, Jorge Garcia

George Clooney accepted the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award from his former 'ER' co-star, Julianna Margulies, who lauded his fundraising efforts for victims of this year's earthquake in Haiti, the 2004 tsunami in Indonesia and the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Clooney, recalling evenings spent with Bob and Dolores Hope at the home of his aunt, singer Rosemary Clooney, said he was inspired by the late comedian and his wife, now 101.

'If you look at everything they accomplished in their lives ... They're the best version of the term 'celebrity,'' Clooney said.

Jewel sang her song 'Hole in My Heart' during a memorial tribute to prominent TV figures, including Robert Culp, Soupy Sales, Dixie Carter, Gary Coleman, John Forsythe and 'Roots' producer David L. Wolper.

Al Pacino was honoured as best lead actor in a miniseries or movie for 'You Don't Know Jack,' about euthanasia advocate Dr. Jack Kevorkian, who was in the audience and stood, smiling, at Pacino's request. The controversial physician received scattered applause.

Host Jimmy Fallon opened the show on a musical note, performing a song-and-dance number with the cast of 'Glee' and a wildly mismatched group of celebrities including Betty White, Jon Hamm, Kate Gosselin and Randy Jackson.

British comic Ricky Gervais also presented an award, showing off his newly trim figure in a smart suit

Much of the group ended up on the Nokia Theatre stage to kick off the awards with a high-energy version of 'Born to Run,' with Fallon on guitar.

'Tonight we're going to celebrate your work,' Fallon told the audience. 'So let's have some fun tonight.'

Last year's host, Neil Patrick Harris, was a presenter Sunday and took the time to rib Fallon.

'I want to thank the (TV) academy for allowing a gay man to host the Emmys two years in a row. Congratulations, Jimmy, you're doing a good job,' Harris said, smiling.

source: dailymail

Emmys 2010: Kim Kardashian and Glee's Lea Michele gush over each other's dresses as stars hit the red carpet

By Daily Mail Reporter

Leading the star: Kim Kardashian and Glee's Lea Michele took to the red carpet at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Award in Los Angeles, with Kim wearing a white Marchesa gown and Lea in an Oscar De La Renta dress

Kim Kardashian and Glee star Lea Michele joined the mutual appreciation society as they both gushed over each other's outfits at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

The starlets started complimenting one another and swapped jewellery tips as they were interviewed on the red carpet by Ryan Seacrest outside the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles tonight.

Kim, 29, looked dazzling in a Grecian-style, floor length white Marchesa gown while Lea, 24, opted for a dark blue Oscar De La Renta dress, which Kim revealed she was 'freaking out' over.

You look great: Reality star Kim revealed she was 'freaking out' over Lea's dress as the pair gushed over each other's outfits and swapped jewellery tips, interviewed here by E! presenter Ryan Seacrest

While on the red carpet, Kim was quizzed about her relationship status, but appeared unsure whether she was 'taken' - despite being seen out and about with NFL hunk Miles Austin.

When asked whether she was 'taken' by E! presenter Seacrest, the curvy brunette said: 'I don't know, I don't know. I'm dating.'

And even though she looked immaculate in the figure-hugging number, Kim complained of difficulties choosing the right dress because she felt bloated from overeating the previous day.

Hight hopes: Glee is nominated for 19 awards, with Lea up for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

Quick text: Kim checks her phone while her mother and manager Kris Jenner stands by looking unimpressed

A plethora of stars from the world of film and TV were present at the glitzy television awards ceremony.

Mad Men's January Jones said she felt 'like a peacock' in her dramatic blue gown, complete with Madonna-style cone bra detailing.

She also appeared to confirm she is dating Saturday Night Live cast member Jason Sudeikis, by admitting he was her 'good luck charm' for the night.

True romance: True Blood co-stars and newly wed real life couple Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer and, right Eva Longoria and husband Tony Parker

Oozing sex appear: The actress wore a black gown with a gladiatorial style gold breast plate while Desperate Housewives actress Eva swept onto the red carpet in a flowing black dress, with embroidered detailing

Her co-star Christina Hendricks poured her famous curves into a plunging grey number, with tassells around the bust and down the side.

Fellow Mad Men actor Jon Hamm, who plays the dashing Don Draper in the Sixties show, was with his parter Jennifer Westfeldt.

The couple have been dating for 12 years and he joked that they were going to get married at the ceremony, with Westfeldt saying it would be an 'easy moment'.

Jimmy Fallon hosted the awards on NBC, which aired live across America after three decades of tape-delay broadcasts for the West Coast.

Ready for their close ups: Madmen stars January Jones, in a peacock-inspired dress and Christina Hendricks in a grey outfit with tasselled detailing

Taking a turn: January said on the red carpet that her good luck charm was Saturday Night Live cast member Jason Sudeikis, who she is dating

Lovely couple: Jon Hamm and his parter Jennifer Westfeldt, who have been together 12 years and joked they were going to get married at the ceremony

Fans shrieked from the bleachers outside the Nokia Theatre as Fallon arrived before showtime.

There were also cheers as Tina Fey, LL Cool J, Kevin Bacon, John Goodman, Eva Longoria and veteran funny lady Betty White walked the red carpet.

Desperate Housewives star Eva looked stunning a flowing black gown and was joined by her husband Tony Parker.

She said she had enjoyed her summer vacation in Europe and was now back to work on the set of the hit show, with Season Seven set to air next month.

Dazzlers: Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss, British star Emily Blunt and Dexter actress Jennifer Carpenter all went for asymmetrical designs

Walking tall: Glee's Jayma Mays, in a form-fitting navy blue outfit and Dianna Agron in a stunning lace tiered dress complete with a black bow

The 35-year-old also commented on the tight nature of her oufit around the bust, saying: 'It's always tight on top.'

Hit musical comedy show Glee about a high school glee club was led the nominees at Sunday's Emmy Awards, including bids for best comedy series and cast members Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, Jane Lynch and Chris Colfer. The show was nominated for a total of 19 gongs.

Modern Family was another freshman comedy front-runner, while 30 Rock was trying for its fourth consecutive best comedy series Emmy and Mad Men competed for its third drama series trophy.

Others defending their title included Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad and Glenn Close of Damages, who claimed drama series acting honours last year, and, on the comedy side, Toni Collette of The United States of Tara and Alec Baldwin of 30 Rock.

She's the boss: Glee's Jane Lynch arrives looked regal in a purple number while co-star Amber Riley donned a white, halterneck design

Looking dapper: Fellow Glee star Cory Monteith, left, and Kevin McHale smarted up in suits while co-star Jenna Ushkowitz looked sexy in red

The public had a hand in writing some of host Fallon's material. He planned to bring many celebrity presenters onstage with introductions submitted through Twitter.

Other Emmy contenders included Conan O'Brien's short-lived Tonight, which was nominated as best variety, music or comedy series while the show with Jay Leno back in charge was snubbed. David Letterman's Late Show also missed out on a nod, but 2009 winner The Daily Show With Jon Stewart was nominated.

The final season of Lost competed for best drama series and for acting honours for star Matthew Fox and supporting cast members Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson, chosen as best supporting drama actor last year.

Looking good: Mother of four and Victoria's Secret model Heidi Klum looked incredible in a very short dress teamed with killer heels, seen with husband Seal

Classic black: Kelly Osbourne looked svelte in her outfit, as did reality star Kate Gosselin

Family affair: Actress Susan Sarandon and her daughter Eva Amurri, left, were a vision in their contrasting black and nude-coloured garments, while, right, Glenn Close and her daughter Annie Starke

HBO came into the ceremony as the kingpin after claiming 17 awards at the Aug. 21 creative arts Emmys, followed by ABC with 15 and Fox with nine. CBS, NBC and PBS each claimed seven.

The Pacific, the World War II miniseries produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, was the top nominee and captured a leading seven creative arts awards, which recognize technical and other achievements.

Ratings for the awards have increased importance: The TV academy's contract is up for renewal with the four major networks that had been airing the show in rotation for eight years, and the academy hopes last year's 8 percent audience increase is a trend after an all-time low in 2008.

The show's live nationwide broadcast and scheduling could be factors. The Emmys typically have aired immediately before TV's mid-September kickoff, but NBC pushed up the awards telecast to avoid a conflict with its Sunday night National Football League games that begin Sept. 12.

But fewer people tend to watch summertime TV, and the 5 p.m. PDT pre-primetime slot for the Emmys on the West Coast also tends to draw a smaller audience.

Be my date: Kevin Bacon and his actress wife Kyra Sedgwick and Tom Hanks with wife Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Glamour: TV presenter Lauren Bosworth, left, went for a green pencil-skirted dress, Modern Family star Sarah Hyland looked stunning in a light pink, plunging gown, while actress Angela Kinsey struggled to contain herself

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