Who says old geezers don’t like loud music? Us Weekly reports actress Catherine Zeta Jones and 61-year-old husband Michael Douglas got a baby-sitter recently so they could catch a Nickelback concert in Vancouver. “They knew all the songs and were singing along,” a concert-goer said. “They were at each other’s side all night holding hands.” Chad Kroeger, lead singer of the band, told Us, “We had no idea they were at the show. They should have come backstage!”
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and rocker husband Chris Martin will soon be welcoming a new piece of fruit to the family-a sibling for 20-month-old daughter Apple. A source close to the couple told Us Weekly that Paltrow and Martin learned the sex of the baby in early December. “She’s got a clean bill of health and isn’t nervous about the pregnancy. This time around things have been even easier for her than when she was expecting Apple.” However, Paltrow’s rep said she’s not talking about the sex of the baby, who is purportedly due in April.
Ah, Texas. The home of sophistication. British papers are having a field day with a new product made by a Texas toy company, Toypresidents Inc., People Magazine reports. The toy causing all the fuss is a 12-inch doll of the late Princess Diana, whose box reads, “Princess of Whales.” The Diana doll plays phrases in Di’s voice such as “I’d like to be a queen of people’s hearts,” and “There’s far too much about me in the newspaper.” Company representative Dwayne Crosby blames the box label on an “oversight.” He added, “This definitely was not meant as a dig on Princess Diana.”
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