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Al-Fatihah buat Izi Yahya

Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Ore : 8:40 AM

Pelakon Izi Yahya meninggal dunia
25-06-2007 12:20:11 PM
Pelakon dan dramatis Izi Yahya yang cukup terkenal dengan lakonannya yang
berani dan mengesankan telah meninggal dunia pada hari ini di Hospital
Johor Bahru pada jam 10.30 pagi kerana pendarahan di otak.

Pelakon yang berusia dalam lingkungan 40an itu cukup sinonim dengan
watak-watak negatif dan antagonis.

Lakonan Izi Yahya akan tetap dikenang ramai kerana Allahyarham merupakan
antara pewaris yang menyambung legasi pelakon legenda berwatak jahat dan
bengis seperti Salleh Kamil dan A.Rahim.

Watak negatif yang ditangani arwah Izi Yahya mampu melakari sejarah
perfileman dan akan meninggalkan impak dalam perkembangan industri filem

Izi pernah menggegarkan industri perfileman kerana aksi beraninya
melakonkan watak tenteta Jepun bernama Lieutenant Akaishi yang cuba
memperkosa Embun (Umi Aida) dalam filem Embun pada tahun 2002.

Gara-gara aksi panasnya itu, Izi pernah mengundang kontroversi pada tahun
yang sama. Filem Embun berjaya dinobatkan sebagai Filem Terbaik di Anugerah
Skrin ke 6 pada tahun 2003.

Pelakon berbakat besar itu telah berlakon dalam puluhan drama dan yang
terbaru adalah Rahsia Sebua Pengorbanan dan Kalau Kasih Masih Ada.



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Family Gathering Tanjung Balau

Thursday, June 21, 2007
Ore : 5:06 PM

Ini merupakan gathering yang pertama buat keluarga besar kami. Aku pun tak tak sure sapa yang pilih location untuk holiday kali nie. Tapi yang aku tau bapak aku bayarkan dulu sewa bilik tu semua pastu baru kitaorang collect balik bayar pada bapak aku. Happening memang happening la sebab tak pernah berkumpul macam nie (hampir keseluruhan saudara mara) kecuali masa raya atau pun kenduri kendara.

Gambar katil nie cantik jerk itu pun sebelum diserang sedara mara aku nie. Mana tak nya ada bilik tu sumbat sampai 10 orang. Dah macam kem pelarian dibuatnya.
Tempat nie kira okay la. banayk facilities yang ada. Tapi swimming pool nie tak akan dilupakan oleh adik aku Aiman sebab kat pool nie lah dia terjatus siap patah gigi depan 3 batang. Kesain aku tengok kat dia. Baik2 nak happy2 dah menderita tak tentu pasal. Tapi first day jerk muka toya sakit. Besok pagi dah pergi lagi mandi kat swimming pool tu.

Kita orang bukan aja berkumpul saudara mara buta-buta. Siap ada sukaneka lagi. Best banyak aktiviti yang penganjur buat. Sepupu aku siap tak bayar duit kereta sebulan nak anjurkan sukaneka nie. Entah betul entah tidak. Aku cuma join jek laa.. Yang pentinbg dapat happy2.

Time sukaneka untuk kanak-kanak memang kecoh. Mana taknya si anak masuk bertanding si mak bapak terpekik terlolong... Memang best laa.

Yang beratur sebaris nie semua cousin aku jer. Caya tak?
Nie la barbeku yang aku bakar untuk dinner malam tu. Penat siot!!!

Dah macam pasar malam tempat kita orang buat barbeku...

Siap ada lucky draw lagik.. family aku bolot hampir semua hadiah tu. Siap boleh buat lacky draw sekali lagi masa kat bilik...
Gelap jerkk!!!
Malam tu aku tak tido gie pancing samapi pagi!!

Nie semua cousin aku!

Gambar aku takde kat dalam nie sebab aku yang amik.. Menyesal aku!!!

Pic credit to: Batrisya


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Angelina Wants to Save the World, Sunday June 17, 2007 USA

Monday, June 18, 2007
Ore : 5:10 PM

'A Mighty Heart' is the story of Mariane Pearl's unquenchable spirit. It's not a bad description of the actress who plays her, either.

Newsweek June 25, 2007 issue

Perhaps it wasn't the best idea to dress actors in Pakistani police uniforms, hand them AK-47s and stand them in the dirt courtyard of a Muslim school in India while children were in class. Still, that gaffe would have been fast forgotten if the film being shot on campus, "A Mighty Heart," weren't about the murder of Jewish American journalist Daniel Pearl by Muslim extremists—and weren't starring Angelina Jolie. When parents showed up that Nov. 16 afternoon to pick up their kids, the gates were closed to keep out the paparazzi who had surrounded the school, their telephoto lenses aimed like rifle scopes. The parents became anxious, so the school opened the gates, and the paparazzi flooded in with them. The film's security guards tried to hold back the crowd. A scuffle ensued. No one was injured. But the following morning, two of Jolie's bodyguards were arrested for intimidation. Unnamed sources in local newspapers claimed that the white British guards had shoved parents and kids and called them "bloody Indians" and "bloody Muslims." "People advised me that this movie was politically dangerous," Jolie says. "I thought maybe I shouldn't touch this. Maybe it would do more harm than good." Just like that—in a perfect storm of post-9/11 tensions and celebrity-obsessed media culture—a minor event had escalated into an international incident, and Jolie had gone from being the most famous star in India to its most famous racist.

The next morning, her bodyguards in jail, Jolie is in a 21st-floor hotel suite on the western edge of Mumbai, where she's set to shoot her final scene of "Heart" as Pearl's widow, Mariane. It will not happen. Jolie, wearing a wig of dark curls and brown contact lenses, sits cross-legged on the floor with four of her fellow actors. Her body is still, but there's anger in her voice. "We've become so eager to accuse people of being racist, but I would rather they make up almost any other story—about me sleeping with someone, anything—but that," she says. "It's not only a crazy accusation, but it's the most insulting thing you could say about me, that I would employ someone who would be disrespectful to someone's race or would harm a child. They take care of my kids." On the other side of the city, Brad Pitt, one of the film's producers, has gone to the police station to try to get the men released. Plans are in the works for him to be interviewed that evening by Barkha Dutt, a.k.a. "the Indian Oprah," to de-escalate the situation (Hollywood's version of fighting fire with fire). Jolie sighs. "People can just hate back and forth, and I understand my own country's irresponsibility with our foreign policy sometimes, but can't we please try to be open-minded, and see that there are some of us who are trying?" Within an hour, the hotel management will shut the film down. Protesters have threatened to surround the building. Jolie's square-shouldered security guard appears by her side and tells her, under his breath, "We need to move you now." Calmly she gathers her belongings, and then turns to a NEWSWEEK reporter. "OK," she says with a smile. "Let's run!"

The irony is that "A Mighty Heart" is, in essence, a plea for international understanding. Four months after 9/11, Pearl, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, was in Karachi, Pakistan, with Mariane, who was five months pregnant with their first child. He was working on a story about a possible Karachi connection to "shoe-bomber" Richard C. Reid when, on Jan. 23, 2002, he was kidnapped by Qaeda members. After releasing a series of increasingly disturbing photos of Pearl in captivity, they beheaded him on a videotape that would be leaked to the media and broadcast to the world. The film is based on the best-selling book of these events, written by Mariane and former NEWSWEEK editor Sarah Crichton. Jolie plays Mariane as she and a team of Wall Street Journal editors, Pakistani counterterrorism experts, FBI agents and others struggle to unravel the tangled terrorist network and find Danny. It is also a film about Mariane's decision, in the wake of Danny's murder, to not seek retaliation or blame Muslims for his death. "To me, it's a story about Danny being held by extremely intolerant people," Pearl says from her home in Paris. "And yet we, in that house in Pakistan—Christian, Hindu, Jew, Buddhist, Muslim—came together to find him. It's as if two visions of the world were fighting each other."

There's little question that America changed after September 11, 2001. The world, with all its inequities and anger, was suddenly much closer, and we no longer had the luxury of ignoring it. News became more serious and more global, and it seemed for a time that shift would become permanent. Yet paradoxically, the past six years have also seen an explosion in superficial celebrity coverage, as if Lindsay Lohan were a morning-after pill for Iraq. What distinguishes Jolie from every other star of her generation, indeed from every other public figure, is that her journey mirrors both this shift in national consciousness and the schism in media sensibilities. Since 2001, she has evolved from a carnal libertine into a 32-year-old mother of four and good-will ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, visiting populations in crisis in Sierra Leone, Darfur, Thailand, Ecuador, Pakistan and elsewhere. She attends the World Economic Forum. She donates one third of her salary to charity. Oh, and one more thing: she fell in love with Pitt. This combination makes her perhaps the only person alive who is manna to both The New York Times and Us Weekly. She is an unprecedented 21st-century entity, a tabloid star with international credibility, a "soft news" icon commanding respect in a hard-news world.

She also draws a lot of fire for crossing that line. Even after six years, Jolie is suspected of being a dilettante, a "celebrity tourist" to global crises. It's a charge that irritates those closest to her. "What would she have to do to prove that she's sincere?" says Pitt's producing partner, Dede Gardner. "Should she give more money? More time? It's a black-hole debate. When people judge anyone's sincerity, I just think, 'Oh, yeah? What are you doing?' " Still, does Jolie really understand complex global issues, or does she just show up for a photo op wherever the UNHCR sends her? "She's absolutely serious, absolutely informed," says former secretary of State Colin Powell. "Her work with refugees is not something to decorate herself. She studies the issues." Powell has spoken with Jolie several times over the years, and they've been honored together at benefits for refugee causes. There is, he says, no sanctimony about her. "For her, it's not about saving the world, it's about saving kids," he says. "She doesn't need this. This needed her."

It's difficult to spend time with Jolie and remain dubious. "When I first started doing this, I thought I could save everybody," she says. "I was sure that there had to be a simple solution. Now I'm still in the field as much as possible, but spending more time in Washington. You can fight forever to open a tiny shop or vocational training center—and that's fantastic—but if the trade laws stay as they are, it's not really going to help." In April, Jolie and Pitt funded Global Action for Children, a Washington lobby that advocates funding for AIDS orphan programs and education for children in refugee camps. Earlier this month Jolie was invited to join the Council on Foreign Relations, the elite club for the American foreign-policy establishment. It's no room for lightweights. Her fellow members include Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Jimmy Carter, Diane Sawyer and Bill Clinton. "She has evolved in her understanding of where she can make the biggest impact," says her philanthropic adviser, Trevor Neilson. "Her strategies have become extremely sophisticated, and it's clear that she is now a serious player on international issues."

Amid all that, it's easy to forget she's an actress with an Oscar ("Girl, Interrupted"). While Jolie's priorities have shifted in recent years, that evolution hasn't been reflected on screen. With the exception of the little-seen drama "Beyond Borders," Jolie has continued to act in fantasy roles that rely on her sexual allure, such as "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider," "Original Sin," "Alexander" and "Mr. & Mrs. Smith." These films have helped fund her advocacy work, but they haven't moved the needle on her career. "A Mighty Heart," which opens June 22, does. Shot for less than $20 million by British director Michael Winterbottom ("The Road to Guantánamo") in a raw, documentary style that has become his trademark, "Heart" is a soul-rending depiction of Mariane's struggle to find her husband, and her refusal to let his killers define his life. It is a movie without melodrama or movie-star lighting, and it allowed Jolie to deliver the most delicate, powerful and human-scale performance of her career. This is no fantasy role; this is a real woman. "It's probably the most difficult character I've ever played," Jolie says. "The emotion is so raw and so constant. Mariane was calm, focused, organized, but I would have been hysterical, driving the streets of Karachi like a crazy person."

Driving the streets of Mumbai isn't easy, either, but for different reasons. Jolie is tucked into the back seat of a silver SUV, traveling home to the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, across town from the hotel where she and the "Heart" crew were shooting. There's still no word on her bodyguards, and the incident weighs on her. "It just feels like we're drowning in a lot of confusion about each other," she says. "There's so much anger, and then you look around the streets here and there's so much imbalance and sadness. The focus is off." In this city of 18 million—almost double the population of Los Angeles—a reported 43 percent live in shantytowns and slums. Women plead for rupees on every block near the hotels. At stoplights, boys bang on taxi windows, selling trinkets or begging for rice. "I've never been around such extreme wealth next to such extreme poverty, and so much of it," she says. "It's hard to understand how it has gotten so bad." As we wait in traffic, a boy knocks on the window. He's selling books. She hands him a few protein bars. "Did you see what book he was selling?" she asks, as the SUV crawls forward. "Thomas Friedman's 'The World Is Flat'." She waits for the irony to register. "The first chapter is about outsourcing in India."

Jolie has a gift for intimacy. She smiles frequently, and her body language is relaxed and open. Fame tends to erect a scrim between actors and the rest of the world. When everyone wants something from you—an autograph, a photo, a movie, a million dollars, a quote—it's an understandable defense. But there's nothing guarded about Jolie. She does not evade questions or speak cautiously. She seems like a woman who feels safe in the world, and safe in herself. "She expresses how she feels, honestly," Gardner says. "And she expects the same of everyone around her."

That candor caused quite a stir when Jolie exploded into the national consciousness nine years ago playing a self-destructive bisexual model in "Gia." The daughter of actress Marcheline Bertrand, who died in January, and actor Jon Voight, Jolie had a penchant for knives and tattoos and treated every interview as a therapy session. Then there was the marriage to Billy Bob Thornton, the matching vials of blood, the very public sex life. You get the picture. "Yeah, I did have my wild times," she says with a laugh. It can be difficult to reconcile the Jolie of today with the hellion of yesterday. "We all go through enormous changes," Gardner says. "The truth is, who doesn't look back at who they were at 20 and say, 'Who the f--- is that?' " Fair enough. But it's Jolie's duality—the serious advocate and the sexual icon—that is at the crux of the cynicism about her. Good girls—smart girls—aren't supposed to look like bad girls. She's not playing by the rules. Then again, when Paris Hilton's arrest is top news all day on cable, it's clear that serious journalism isn't playing by the rules anymore either. Jolie understands that. She lives it. And years ago she decided that if the media were going to follow her no matter what she did, she might as well do something worthwhile. "When I was famous for being just an actress, my life felt very shallow," she says. "You've done nothing of any social relevance, and yet you have all these people interviewing you. You don't even know what you're talking about. You're just trying to find yourself." She pauses. "Traveling really did save me. I was just ... happier. It was feeling that I was doing the right things with my life."

It's easy to see why Mariane Pearl and Jolie became friends when they met two years ago. "We have very passionate conversations," Pearl says. "I never walk out of a conversation with Angie without learning something." After Danny's murder, Pearl made a quietly revolutionary decision about how she was going to live, and the life she was going to give to their son, Adam. "Terrorism is a psychological weapon," Pearl says. "It stops you from claiming the world as your own. It stops you from relating to other people. It creates fear and hatred. The only way to fight terrorists, as a citizen, is to deny them those emotions. Deny them fear, and they lose." Suggest that this is a noble position, and she laughs. "I'm not saying this because I'm a nice person," she says. "It's not forgiveness that motivates me. Terrorists expect retaliation. The one thing they're not expecting is my happiness. That's true revenge. And when I see Adam, and I see how happy he is, I think, 'I'm winning'."

It was Pitt who introduced Jolie and Pearl. "Being in the room with those two women is great fun," he says. "It's like sitting down with Roosevelt and Churchill." Pause. "Only much better-looking." In 2003, Pitt bought the rights to "Heart" through Plan B, the production company he shared with his wife, Jennifer Aniston. Aniston, in fact, told a Vogue writer that she was considering playing Mariane. But by the time the film was ready to be made in 2006, Pitt had divorced Aniston and fallen in love with Jolie. Pitt thought Jolie would be perfect casting for Pearl, but didn't bring it up. "I knew the part had to be played by someone with Mariane's strength and understanding of the world, but I didn't know how to broach the subject," he says. "It feels a little like Wolfowitz trying to get his girlfriend a job." When the news broke that Jolie would play Pearl, though, the entertainment press—in a textbook example of post-9/11 media bifurcation—took less than 12 hours to turn a film about the terrorist killing of Daniel Pearl into a celebrity soap opera. The story became that Jolie had "stolen" the part from Aniston, just as Jolie had "stolen" Aniston's husband. (For the record, Pitt's publicist said at the time that Aniston was never in line for the part. Aniston's publicist had no comment.)

The second, and more prophetic, controversy had to do with race. Some black actors, including British actress Thandie Newton ("Crash"), were shocked that Jolie would play Pearl, a woman of Afro-Cuban and Dutch descent. Some blogs went so far as to call it "the new blackface." The studio releasing "Heart," Paramount Vantage, insists that Jolie's makeup was not darkened for the role, and that any complexion variation is caused by the film's lighting. If they are lying—which is probable—it's only by a little. In costume and under natural light, Jolie looks, at most, a shade or two duskier than her natural complexion. Regardless, both Jolie and Pearl say they were blindsided by the charges. "I know that people are frustrated at the lack of great roles [for people of color], but I think they've picked the wrong example here," Jolie says. Pearl is more pointed: "This is not about skin color. I wanted her to play me because I trust her." She sighs. "Aren't we past this?"

After a long drive through the streets of Mumbai, Jolie arrives home at her hotel. As she enters the suite, a spectacular view of the Arabian Sea sweeps out before her, as does a much closer view of the debris of childhood—toys, clothes, sofa cushions—strewn across the floor. Jolie says "hello" to the empty room, and Maddox, 5, bolts from the hallway, leaps into her arms, wraps his legs around her waist, and starts talking at record-breaking speed about what a day he's had and how he did a handstand in the bottom of the pool. Jolie's eyes never leave his face.

After adopting Maddox from Cambodia five years ago, Jolie, and now Pitt, adopted a daughter, Zahara, from Ethiopia in 2005; gave birth to their biological daughter, Shiloh, last May in Namibia, and this spring adopted a son, Pax, from Vietnam. They plan to adopt more. "We want to have as big a family as we can," Jolie says. "Our only restriction is making sure we have time for everybody, and we're finding that we have the ability to do that." Pitt laughs when the topic comes up. "Yeaaahhh, we do things in extremes," he says. "But I've always embraced big changes, and this feels very natural. It's just the most fun I've ever had."

It's a bitter irony that a woman with this family, and this life, is accused of being racially insensitive, but there it is: the gift of a 21st-century global media and the gulf of fear and hatred between East and West that continues to widen. But she and Pitt have become quite skilled at using their wattage to their advantage. That night, Pitt will be interviewed by "the Indian Oprah," giving him the platform to tell the country that the charges are false, and—voilà!—the following day, Jolie's men will be released from jail.

It's difficult to imagine that all the noise around Jolie—the paparazzi, the tabloids, the crowds—doesn't take a toll on her, but she insists it doesn't. "People can question your choices, accuse you of things, but your real work and your integrity will [win] out," she says. "All that matters is if I build a strong family, if I'm able to do my advocacy work and if my children are happy." The sentiment is a little traditional, perhaps, for a lightning rod like Jolie. It's no rebel yell. But watching her with Maddox, the two of them standing there, foreheads together, framed by the afternoon light, it seems, somehow, like the most radical thing she's ever said.

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Paris Hilton Out Of Medical Ward, Back At Women's Jail Where She Started Serving Sentence

Friday, June 15, 2007
Ore : 10:49 AM

Paris Hilton has been transferred out of a medical ward at a Los Angeles County jail and returned to the all-women's facility where she began her sentence for a probation violation more than a week ago, a sheriff's official said Thursday.

A judge on Friday sent Hilton, 26, to the correctional treatment center for medical and psychiatric examination to determine in which facility she should be held for the remainder of her sentence.

Around 11 p.m. Wednesday, she was returned to the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood, Lt. Daryl Meeks told The Associated Press. Meeks would not elaborate on where in that facility the heiress was housed. When she began her 45-day sentence there on June 3, she was confined to a cell in a special unit away from other inmates.

Hilton's case caused a firestorm when she was released from Lynwood last week by sheriff's officials to serve the remainder of her sentence for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case in home confinement.

Sheriff Lee Baca said Hilton was released because of an undisclosed medical condition. Critics said the celebrity was getting special treatment, and an outraged judge sent her back to jail Friday.

source: starpulse

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Anugerah Seri Angkasa dibatal

Ore : 10:25 AM

Oleh Zainuri Misfar
KUALA LUMPUR: Kementerian Penerangan membatalkan penganjuran Anugerah Seri Angkasa (ASA) 2006 yang sepatutnya dijadualkan bulan depan, atas alasan ketiadaan penaja.

Pembatalan majlis anugerah untuk industri penyiaran negara itu terpaksa dilakukan apabila TV9 yang mengetuai Jawatankuasa Penerbitan, Persembahan, Atur Cara, Penajaan dan Kewangan tidak memperoleh sebarang penajaan bagi menampung kos penerbitan dan hadiah.

Timbalan Menteri Penerangan, Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, berkata pihaknya amat kesal dengan pembatalan itu tetapi ia terpaksa dilakukan kerana pada masa sama, banyak anugerah lain turut memberi pengiktirafan terhadap pengamal industri penyiaran.

“Kejayaan dan kelemahan penganjuran ASA bukan lagi ditujukan kepada RTM, sebaliknya kepada semua stesen penyiaran yang terbabit di negara ini,” katanya pada sidang media di Angkasapuri, semalam.

Sebelum 2004, ASA dianjurkan khusus untuk mengiktiraf petugas RTM serta tenaga kerja dalam penerbitan drama yang disiarkan stesen itu.

Bagaimanapun, bermula 2004, Kementerian Penerangan menjadikan ASA anugerah peringkat kebangsaan sebagai pengiktirafan kepada penggiat dunia penyiaran di Malaysia.

Pengendaliannya dibuat secara bergilir antara semua stesen penyiaran di negara ini, bermula RTM sebagai tuan rumah pada 2004, diikuti Astro (2005) dan TV9 yang mewakili Media Prima Bhd (2006).

Ahmad Zahid juga berkata, Kementerian Penerangan enggan meminta bantuan kewangan daripada kerajaan bagi meneruskan penganjuran ASA 2006 kerana tidak mahu perkara itu menjadi kebiasaan pada masa depan.

Beliau juga menolak anggapan TV9 kesuntukan masa bagi mendapatkan penajaan kerana persetujuan memikul tanggungjawab itu sudah diputuskan sejak tahun lalu.

“Bahkan, penganjuran ASA 2006 sepatutnya diadakan lebih awal, tetapi ditunda sehingga bulan depan kerana mahu memberi masa kmendapatkan penaja,” katanya.

Sementara itu, Ketua Pegawai Operasi TV9, Bukhari Che Muda, berkata, pihaknya belum dimaklumkan mengenai pembatalan ASA 2006 tetapi mengesahkan memohon penangguhan kerana masih berusaha mendapatkan pembiayaan.

Katanya, TV9 yang bernaung di bawah Media Prima perlu mendapat penaja bagi menampung kos yang besar dan perkara terbabit sudah dimaklumkan kepada Kementerian Penerangan melalui beberapa mesyuarat dan perbincangan.

“Media Prima menyokong penuh usaha penganjuran ASA dan menyertai sepenuhnya dalam semua perancangan, persediaan dan mesyuarat untuk mengendalikan anugerah itu,” katanya dalam kenyataan yang dikeluarkan, di sini.


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Ina Naim bertunang

Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Ore : 9:56 AM

Tahniah untuk Ina dan Suhaimi. Semoga pertunangan ini akan utuh hingga ke jinjang pelamin.


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Jessica Alba Vows No Plastic Surgery, Friday June 8, 2007 USA

Monday, June 11, 2007
Ore : 8:07 PM

Actress Jessica Alba has vowed never to go under the knife to preserve her celebrated good looks. The 26-year-old, who regularly tops sexiest celebrity polls, can't understand why so many Hollywood stars refuse to age naturally.

She says, "As an actress, you express emotion with your face. And if you have plastic surgery, you lose that spark. People usually look better without surgery - my grandmother aged very gracefully."


i hav alwayz like jessica alba..she's one of my fav actress..humble, n pretty!

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Screaming Paris Hilton sent back to jail

Ore : 8:03 PM

Paris Hilton was taken from a courtroom screaming and crying Friday seconds after a judge ordered her returned to jail to serve out her entire 45-day sentence for a parole violation in a reckless driving case.

"It's not right!" shouted the weeping Hilton. "Mom!" she called out to her mother in the audience.

Hilton, who was brought to court in handcuffs in a sheriff's car, came into the courtroom disheveled and weeping. Her hair was askew and she wore a gray fuzzy sweatshirt over slacks. She wore no makeup and she cried throughout the hearing.

Her body also shook constantly as she dabbed at her eyes. Several times she turned to her parents, seated behind her in the courtroom, and mouthed, "I love you."

She had been brought to court in sheriff's custody today for a court hearing on her early release from jail after back-and-forth decisions on whether she could participate by telephone from her home.

Hilton, appearing to be in handcuffs, cried after she was placed into a black-and-white patrol car, which sped away from her home with lights flashing as news helicopters pursued, broadcasting live TV coverage.

The car carrying her disappeared into the courthouse's underground parking lot, avoiding a swarm of news media, and her parents then arrived.

In the hearing, which began at late morning, a judge was to listen to the city attorney's complaint that the county sheriff did not have the right to reassign her to electronically monitored home detention after only three days in jail for violating probation in a reckless driving case.

On Thursday, Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer ordered that Hilton be brought to Friday's hearing. But early Friday a court spokesman announced that she would be allowed to participate by telephone, which is common in misdemeanor cases. Then, in a reversal, the spokesman said the judge had ordered the Sheriff's Department to pick her up and bring her to court.

The frenzy began early Thursday when sheriff's officials released Hilton because of an undisclosed medical condition and sent her home under house arrest. She had been in jail for three days.

Hilton was fitted with an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet and was expected to finish her 45-day sentence for a reckless driving probation violation at her four-bedroom, three-bath home.

The decision by Sheriff Lee Baca to move Hilton chafed prosecutors and Sauer, who spelled out during sentencing that Hilton was not allowed to serve house detention.

Late Thursday, Sauer issued the order for Hilton to return to court after the city attorney filed a petition demanding that Hilton be returned to jail and to show cause why Baca shouldn't be held in contempt of court.

Baca does not have to be in court, and it was unclear who would represent the Sheriff's Department.

The move also was met with outrage from the sheriff's deputies union, members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, civil rights leaders, defense attorneys and others.

"What transpired here is outrageous," county Supervisor Don Knabe told The Associated Press, adding he received more than 400 angry e-mails and hundreds more phone calls from around the country.

Hilton's return home "gives the impression of ... celebrity justice being handed out," he said.

Baca dismissed the criticism, saying the decision was made based on medical advice.

"It isn't wise to keep a person in jail with her problem over an extended period of time and let the problem get worse," Baca told the Los Angeles Times on Thursday.

"My message to those who don't like celebrities is that punishing celebrities more than the average American is not justice," Baca said.

California Attorney General Jerry Brown criticized the Sheriff's Department for letting Hilton out of jail, saying he believed she should serve out her sentence.

"It does hold up the system to ridicule when the powerful and the famous get special treatment," Brown told The Associated Press in an interview before testifying at a congressional hearing in Washington, D.C.

"I'm sure there's a lot of people who've seen their family members go to jail and have various ailments, physical and psychological, that didn't get them released," he said. "I'd say it's time for a course correction."

The Los Angeles County jail system is so overcrowded that attorneys and jail officials have said it is not unusual for nonviolent offenders like Hilton to be released after serving as little as 10 percent of their sentences.

In the hours after Hilton's release, it was a madcap scene outside her house in the hills above the Sunset Strip. As word spread that the 26-year-old poster child for bad celebrity behavior was back home, radio helicopter pilots who normally report on traffic conditions were dispatched to hover over her house and describe it to morning commuters. Paparazzi photographers on the ground quickly assembled outside its gates.

Shortly before noon, Hilton issued a statement through her attorney.

"I want to thank the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and staff of the Century Regional Detention Center for treating me fairly and professionally," she said. "I am going to serve the remaining 40 days of my sentence. I have learned a great deal from this ordeal and hope that others have learned from my mistakes."

Hilton's path to jail began Sept. 7, when she failed a sobriety test after police saw her weaving down a street in her Mercedes-Benz on what she said was a late-night run to a hamburger stand.

She pleaded no contest to reckless driving and was sentenced to 36 months' probation, alcohol education and $1,500 in fines.

In the months that followed she was stopped twice by officers who discovered her driving on a suspended license. The second stop landed her in Sauer's courtroom, where he sentenced her to jail.


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Keputusan Penuh APM 2007

Ore : 3:19 PM

Pemenang-pemenang Anugerah Planet Muzik 2007

- Album Terbaik - Naluri Lelaki (Samsons)

- Lagu Terbaik - Biarlah Rahsia (Siti Nurhaliza)

- Artis Lelaki Terbaik - M.Nasir

- Artis Wanita Terbaik - Siti Nurhaliza

- Duo/Kumpulan Terbaik - Dewa 19

- Duo/Kumpulan Baru Terbaik - Letto

- Artis Baru Lelaki Terbaik - Imran Ajmain

- Artis Baru Wanita Terbaik - Noryn Aziz

- Artis Lelaki Paling Popular - Mawi

- Artis Wanita Paling Popular - Siti Nurhaliza

- Duo/Kumpulan Paling Popular - Sofaz

- Lagu Paling Popular - Kian (Mawi)

- Anugerah Cinta Planet Muzik - Zainal Abidin

- Anugerah Khas Planet Muzik - Kris Dayanti

Kategori Artis Singapura

- Lagu Singapura Paling Popular - Dambaan (Didicazli), Usah Lepaskan (Taufik Batisah) dan Merpati - (Hady Mirza)

- Artis Singapura Paling Popular - Taufik Batisah, Hady Mirza dan Kumpulan


- Lagu Terbaik Singapura - Usah Lepaskan (Taufik Batisah)

- Artis Terbaik Singapura - Imran Ajmain

- Album Terbaik Singapura - Konspirasi Dunia (Bhumiband)


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Hilary Duff: 'Spears' Depression Was Inevitable', Tuesday June 5, 2007 USA

Friday, June 08, 2007
Ore : 6:48 PM

Pop star Hilary Duff insists it was inevitable Britney Spears would have a breakdown. The 19-year-old singer believes the Toxic star's admittance to the Promises clinic in Malibu, California earlier this year was due to the unrelenting pressure she has faced since a young age.

She says, "I feel for her. I've met her a few times and she's very sweet, hard-working and talented. Being Britney Spears must be difficult. She's been told what to do since she was young. She's not a bad mum - she's a first-time mum, and because she's famous, she's expected never to make mistakes. The pressure she's under would get to anyone. People need to leave her alone."

But Duff is adamant she won't suffer the same fate: "I'm not going to stop doing what I love because I'm afraid of breaking down. But I've seen how easily it happens. My sister, Haylie, and I used to live in this apartment complex with lots of young Hollywood stars. I watched lots of famous people earning too much and getting into trouble. I saw people lose everything. Thankfully, I haven't fallen into that trap."

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Hilton Released From Jail, Reassigned to House Arrest, Thursday June 7, 2007 USA

Ore : 6:44 PM

The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES -- Paris Hilton was released from a Los Angeles County jail early Thursday because of an unspecified medical problem and will fulfill the remainder of her sentence in home confinement, a sheriff's spokesman said.

The 26-year-old hotel heiress was sent home shortly after 2 a.m. fitted with an electronic monitoring bracelet. She had spent five days at the Century Regional Detention Facility in suburban Los Angeles for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

"I can't specifically talk about the medical situation other than to say that, yes, it played a part in this," said sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore.

Hilton had been sentenced to 45 days behind bars, but had been expected to serve 23 days because of state rules allowing shorter sentences for good behavior.

Whitmore said that under the new agreement, Hilton would be confined to her home for 40 days.

"Because she has agreed to this through her attorney, her sentence is now back up to the 45 days. She has served already five days so that's 40 days," he explained.

Hilton checked into the Century Regional Detention Facility just after 11:30 p.m. Sunday. She had surrendered to authorities with little fanfare after a surprise appearance at the MTV Movie Awards, where she worked the red carpet in a strapless designer gown.

"I am trying to be strong right now," she told reporters at the time. "I'm ready to face my sentence. Even though this is a really hard time, I have my family, my friends and my fans to support me, and that's really helpful."

Hilton was housed in the "special needs" unit of the 13-year-old jail, separate from most of its 2,200 inmates. The unit contains 12 two-person cells reserved for police officers, public officials, celebrities and other high-profile inmates. She didn't have a cellmate.

After she checked in Sunday, Whitmore said Hilton's demeanor was helpful.

"She was focused; she was cooperative," he said

Hilton's lawyer, Richard A. Hutton, said Monday after his client's first night in jail that she was doing well under the circumstances.

"She's using this time to reflect on her life, to see what she can do to make the world better and hopefully, in my opinion, to change the attitudes that exist about her among many people," Hutton said after visiting Hilton.

The 13-year-old jail, a two-story concrete building next to train tracks and beneath a bustling freeway, has been an all-female facility since March 2006. It's located in an industrial area about 12 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles.

When she was sentenced May 4, Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer ruled that she would not be allowed any work release, furloughs or use of an alternative jail or electronic monitoring in lieu of jail.

Officers arrested Hilton in Hollywood on Sept. 7. In January, she pleaded no contest to the reckless-driving charge and was sentenced to 36 months' probation, alcohol education and $1,500 in fines.

She was pulled over by California Highway Patrol on Jan. 15. Officers informed Hilton she was driving on a suspended license and she signed a document acknowledging she was not to drive. She then was pulled over by sheriff's deputies on Feb. 27, at which time she was charged with violating probation.

whoa.....wat is tis...i was juz celebratin on her in jail yesterday....

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Augerah Planet Musik 2007

Thursday, June 07, 2007
Ore : 12:26 PM

Artis Lelaki Baru Terbaik:

  1. Faizal AF4 - Best Of Faizal AF4
  2. Imran Ajmain - Dengan Secara kebetulan
  3. Irwansyah - OST Heart
  4. Izwan Pilus - Erti Kasih

Artis Wanita Baru Terbaik:

  1. Acha Septriasa - Heart
  2. Farhan AF4 - Best Of Farhan
  3. Noryn Aziz - Alam Maya
  4. Reika Roslan - Bercerita
  5. Terry - Terry

Duo/Kumpulan Baru Terbaik:

  1. Kerispatih - Kerispatih
  2. Letto - Truth, Cry & Lie
  3. Nidji - Breakthru
  4. Rea - 1/2 Gila
  5. Samsons - Naluri Lelaki

Artis Lelaki Terbaik

  1. Ari Lasso - Selalu Ada
  2. Glenn Fredly - Aku & Wanita
  3. Iwan Fals - Iwan Fals In Love
  4. Marcell - Marcell
  5. M Nasir - Sang Pencinta

Artis Wanita Terbaik

  1. Agnes Monica - Whaddup A?
  2. Audy - 2303
  3. Jaclyn Victor - Inilah Jac
  4. Noryn Aziz - Alam Maya
  5. Siti Nurhaliza -Transkripsi

Duo/Kumpulan Terbaik

  1. Dewa 19 - Republik Cinta
  2. Kerispatih - Kerispatih
  3. Letto - Truth, Lie & Cry
  4. Samsons - Naluri Lelaki
  5. Ungu - Melayang

Lagu Terbaik

  1. Biarlah Rahsia (Siti Nurhaliza) - Melly Goeslaw/Siti Nurhaliza
  2. Cinta Terakhir (Ari Lasso) - Irfan (Samsons)/Ari Lasso
  3. Demi Waktu (Ungu) - Enda
  4. Juwita (Citra Terindah) (M Nasir) - M Nasir
  5. Kenangan Terindah (Samsons) - Irfan

Album Terbaik

  1. Breakthru - Nidji
  2. Kerispatih - Kerispatih
  3. Naluri Lelaki - Samsons
  4. Republik Cinta - Dewa 19
  5. Sang Pencinta - M Nasir
  6. Transkripsi - Siti Nurhaliza

Lagu Terbaik Singapura

  1. Goda - Bhumiband
  2. Kau - Merah
  3. Sombong - Taufik Batisah
  4. Sudah Tu Sudah - Imran Ajmain
  5. Usah Lepaskan - Taufik Batisah

Artis Terbaik Singapura

  1. Bhumiband
  2. Imran Ajmain
  3. Iskandar Ismail
  4. Norazela Rosli
  5. Sound Salvation

Album Terbaik Singapura

  1. Dengan Secara Kebetulan - Imran Ajmain
  2. Dengar Dan Lihat - Iskandar Ismail
  3. Di Sini Menanti - Norazela Rosli
  4. Konspirasi Dunia - Bhumiband
  5. Wira Cosmo - Malex

Kategori Popular

Artis Lelaki Paling Popular

  1. Ajai
  2. Awie
  3. Faizal AF4
  4. Glenn Fredly
  5. Irwansyah
  6. Iwan Fals
  7. Hady Mirza
  8. Marcell
  9. Mawi
  10. M Nasir
  11. Once
  12. Taufik Batisah

Artis Wanita Paling Popular

  1. Acha Septriasa
  2. Adibah Noor
  3. Agnes Monica
  4. Audy
  5. Ella
  6. Jaclyn Victor
  7. Krisdayanti
  8. Melly Goeslaw
  9. Misha Omar
  10. Ning Baizura
  11. Rossa
  12. Siti Nurhaliza

Kumpulan Paling Popular

  1. Ahli Fiqir
  2. Dewa 19
  3. Gigi
  4. Letto
  5. Nidji
  6. Peterpan
  7. Pretty Ugly
  8. Radja
  9. Samsons
  10. Search
  11. Sofaz
  12. Ungu

Lagu Paling Popular

  1. Aku Ada Karena Kau Ada - Radja
  2. Biarlah Rahsia - Siti Nurhaliza
  3. Demi Waktu - Ungu
  4. Diari Seorang Lelaki - Pretty Ugly
  5. Juwita (Citra Terindah) - M Nasir
  6. Kenangan Terindah - Samsons
  7. Kian - Mawi
  8. My Heart - Irwansyah & Acha Septriasa
  9. Sedang Ingin Bercinta - Dewa 19
  10. Sudah Tu Sudah - Imran Ajmain
  11. Tak Ada Logika - Agnes Monica
  12. Terlalu Istimewa - Adibah Noor
*Semua yang dibold adalah ramalan nakaltitude crew untuk menang.


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Paris Hilton Checks Into Los Angeles County Jail To Begin 3-Week Stay For Violating Probation

Wednesday, June 06, 2007
Ore : 9:25 AM

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Hours after strolling the red carpet in a strapless black dress, Paris Hilton traded her designer duds for a jail-issued jumpsuit.

The 26-year-old heiress checked into the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood just after 11:30 p.m. Sunday. She's expected to serve three-weeks for violating her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

Hilton surrendered to sheriff's deputies after making a surprise visit to the MTV Movie Awards in the afternoon.

''I am trying to be strong right now,'' she told reporters on the red carpet. ''I'm ready to face my sentence. Even though this is a really hard time, I have my family, my friends and my fans to support me, and that's really helpful.''

Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said Hilton was easy to work with.

''Her demeanor was helpful. She was focused, she was cooperative,'' he said.

Hilton turned herself in at the Men's Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles just after 10:30 p.m., then was escorted to the all women's facility in Lynwood, where she was booked, fingerprinted and issued a jail uniform, Whitmore said.

She also was given her first meal: cereal, bread and juice.

So far, Hilton does not have a cellmate, Whitmore said.

The ''Simple Life'' star will be housed in the ''special needs'' unit of the 13-year-old jail, separate from most of its 2,200 inmates. The unit contains 12 two-person cells reserved for police officers, public officials, celebrities and other high-profile inmates.

Like other inmates in that unit, Hilton will take her meals in her cell and will be allowed outside the 12-foot-by-8-foot space for at least an hour each day to shower, watch TV in the day room, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone. No cell phones or BlackBerrys are permitted in the facility, even for visitors.

The jail, a two-story concrete building next to train tracks and beneath a bustling freeway, has been an all-female facility since March 2006. It's located in an industrial area about five miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles.

''I did have a choice to go to a pay jail,'' Hilton said Sunday, without giving details. ''But I declined because I feel like the media portrays me in a way that I'm not and that's why I wanted to go to county, to show that I can do it and I'm going to be treated like everyone else. I'm going to do the time, I'm going to do it the right way.''

When she was sentenced May 4, Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer ruled that she would not be allowed any work release, furloughs or use of an alternative jail or electronic monitoring in lieu of jail.

Sometimes stars are allowed to do their time in a jail of their choosing. In such cases they pay a daily room-and-board fee to the smaller jails, which afford them more privacy and comfort.

Cop-slapping actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, for example, served three days behind bars in 1990 at the El Segundo jail near the Los Angeles International Airport. She paid $85 a day.

On Saturday, about 15 photographers, reporters and television crews staked out the entrances to the jail waiting for the celebutante's arrival. Authorities had also cordoned off a grassy area outside the facility for the media. She had until Tuesday to report.

On Sunday, about a dozen photographers and television crews were at the Lynwood facility when she arrived in an unmarked SUV. Video captured by celebrity news site TMZ.com showed Hilton inside the vehicle with her mother, Kathy.

Hilton's publicist, Elliot Mintz, said he spoke with Kathy Hilton after she returned from the jail.

''She told me it was very emotional,'' Mintz said. ''She also said that she feels this will be a time when Paris will be able to think and reflect and to spend time alone to learn from the experience because in Paris' life she's never alone _ there's always a constant chatter around her.''

Officers arrested Hilton in Hollywood on Sept. 7. In January, she pleaded no contest to the reckless-driving charge and was sentenced to 36 months' probation, alcohol education and $1,500 in fines.

She was pulled over by California Highway Patrol on Jan. 15. Officers informed Hilton she was driving on a suspended license and she signed a document acknowledging she was not to drive. She then was pulled over by sheriff's deputies on Feb. 27, at which time she was charged with violating her probation.


haha...gud 4 her..she thinks money can buy everythin lol...i'm so anti paris haha!


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Friday, June 01, 2007
Ore : 6:48 PM

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