Kennedy Center Honors

December 29, 2010 by · Comments Off on Kennedy Center Honors 

Kennedy Center Honors, Its tradition that every year, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts honors individuals who have made great contributions to society and culture. This year, the center has surpassed in honoring a legendary host of celebrities, including singer and songwriter Merle Haggard, composer and lyricist Jerry Herman, dancer, choreographer and director Bill T. Jones, Sir Paul McCartney and Oprah Winfrey. It’ll be a star tonight dotted with Brad Paisley, Julia Roberts, Chris Rock and more. CBS 9 p.m

Before we met “Octomom, we met the McCaughey septuplets were born in Iowa in November 1997 to Kenny and Bobbi McCaughey. The family became instant celebrities to be first in the world of septuplets to live in childhood. They returned to public attention as children celebrate a milestone anniversary – 13. The family sat down with “Today” newswoman Ann Curry speaks to their hopes for the future. 22 hours TLC
Best Restaurants Ramsay “: In its quest to find the best restaurants in Britain (not including his own, of course) super celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay pits two restaurants serving traditional pub in the UK against each other to find one who will be vying for Ramsay taste buds. An Indian restaurant, Italian restaurant and a Chinese restaurant have done for the next round. 21 hours BBC America

“Millionaire Matchmaker” Patti Stanger Matchmaker Professional is a tough guy. She does not sugarcoat the negative. If you’re wondering what all the “dessert” references are about, I will not keep you waiting any longer. The title of this episode is “Cookies Ice and everything nice” as Patti helps a food contractor to find love. Bravo 21 hours

Kennedy Center Honors 2010

December 6, 2010 by · Comments Off on Kennedy Center Honors 2010 

Kennedy Center Honors 2010, Diana Ross oozed glamorous at the 33rd edition of the Kennedy Center Honors on Saturday in Washington, DC Superstar 66 years of Motown and 2007 Kennedy Center winner on the red carpet in style diva – with its signature big hair in the trailer.

Ross shook her curls in a long, detached way. And her hair voluminous prepares the ground for bold lipstick, earrings, statement, shimmering silver dress and fur coat completely. Ross seems motto has always been “I’m Coming Out”, so why stop now, right?

With President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama schlew and other Hollywood A-listers including Julia Roberts, John Travolta, Gwen Stefani, Steven Tyler, Ross was there to greet entertainment this year honored Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney, the Country singer Merle Haggard, composer Jerry Herman and dancer Bill T. Jones. The Kennedy Center Honors will be broadcast Dec. 28 on CBS.