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Posts from: June 2002

Neleh working as a TV reporter.

Neleh working as a TV reporter. Starting Monday, Survivor Marquesas runner-up Neleh Dennis will be back on CBS’ air–but this time as an arts and entertainment reporter for their Salt Lake City affiliate, KUTV, channel 2. She’ll be part of the morning show, 2-News This Morning. “It’s going to be so much fun. I love …

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Simon never regretted an insult; says fat people are “the biggest moaners.”

Simon never regretted an insult; says fat people are “the biggest moaners.” American Idol judge Simon Cowell is unapologetic about his insults. Time asked him, “Has he ever said something he wishes he could take back?” His response: “Honestly, no.” He also says, “[t]he biggest moaners are always the fat people,” and says “Americans have …

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Kelly’s single “couldn’t be any bigger”; “Family Album” debuted at #13.

Kelly’s single “couldn’t be any bigger”; “Family Album” debuted at #13. Kelly Osbourne’s single from The Osbourne Family Album, which entered the Billboard 200 at number 13 but dropped this week to 35, “couldn’t be any bigger,” according to an L.A. radio station’s music director. “It’s been the No. 1 or No. 2 most requested …

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South Africa’s Pop Idol accused of “vote-rigging and racial prejudice.”

South Africa’s Pop Idol accused of “vote-rigging and racial prejudice.” The British series Pop Idol, currently on the air in the US as American Idol, just completed a run in South Africa. However, the BBC reports that the white man who won Idols “was simply not as talented as his black rivals,” according to critics …

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