David Beckham, 37, has officially confirmed what was already known among soccer fans of L.A. Galaxy, after the team beat Houston Dynamo 3-1 in their final MLS Cup match, scoring their second Cup victory in a row.
Soccer star David Beckham, 37, has announced he will not return to Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Galaxy after this season. His final game with the team will be the MLS Cup, the game that decides the league champion, which is to be played on Dec.
Not everyone can be the right kind of "survivor," as competitors on the long-running CBS show, Survivor, know, which is why Roxanne Morris, 28, commonly known as Roxy, a Brooklyn seminary student with military training, ended up being the second contestant eliminated from the show after experiencing what she and others describe as a meltdown.
It has been an up-and-down year for Kristin Chenoweth, 44, whose stint on the short lived GCB (originally Good Christian Bitches) ended in May, when it was announced that parent network ABC would not be picking up GCB, which also starred Leslie Bibb, 37, Jennifer Aspen, 38, and Annie Potts, 59, for a second season.
After constant hype and a massive advertising push by HBO, the offbeat Girls, co-produced by Judd Apatow and relative newcomer, Tiny Furniture's Lena Dunham, premiered on Sunday night. The brutally honest Girls, about 20-somethings navigating through romance and career woes in Brooklyn (as opposed to the glitzy Manhattan, which the ladies of Sex and the City, with which Girls has been compared, called home) stars Allison Williams (daughter of NBC's Brian Williams), Zosia Mamet (daughter of David Mamet), and Jemima Kirke.
In the spirit of the Judd Apatow frenzy that has colored the last decade in comedic filmmaking comes HBO's new show, Girls, starring relative newcomer, Tiny Furniture's Lena Dunham (pictured), who also created, executive produced, wrote, and directed the series.