Saturday, August 11, 2007

Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie Dating in Hyde

OHHHHHHHHH! this issue is really getting juicy, great attentions and so and so. This time as said in the news service titled 'Caught in the Action', Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie were spotted dating in Hyde.

Read as in the website.

  • After a public smooch, Hilary Duff and (rumored beau) Mike Comrie partied at West Hollywood's Hyde Lounge. Despite being there with friends, all of Hilary's attention was on her hockey-player friend: She had her arm wrapped around his, and the two acted affectionate and cuddled in their reserved booth. They even showed some PDA, kissing on the cheeks and lips in front of their friends. Also there: a carefree Paris Hilton, sipping drinks with her female friends.

Hilary Duff Teen Choice Award 2007, Promo Banners released

FOX people recently released the PROMO Banner for the Teen Choice Award 2007 co-hosted by Hilary Duff and Nick Cannon.

At 19, Duff has already conquered the genres of television, film and music. She gained global recognition in 2001 starring in the hit series "Lizzie McGuire" and then brought her character to the big screen with "The Lizzie McGuire Movie." Duff went on to co-star in the hit films "Agent Cody Banks," "Cheaper By the Dozen," "Cinderella Story," "Raise Your Voice," "Perfect Man" and "Material Girls." Her upcoming films include "War, Inc.," starring John Cusack and Sir Ben Kingsley, and the animated feature "Foodfight." Duff's most recent album is the critically acclaimed "Dignity," from which the single "With Love" is nominated for Choice Music: Love Song. Her four-times-platinum solo debut CD, "Metamorphosis" and her self-titled album "Most Wanted" each sold 3 million records. Duff is hosting TEEN CHOICE for the second time -- a first in the show's nine-year history. She has received a total of 11 TEEN CHOICE nominations over the years for her work in TV, film and music.

Nick Cannon's prolific career spans the film and television genres. He gained tremendous success as the co-host of "All That," which led to his own cable series, "The Nick Cannon Show." "Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out" brought hip-hop improv to the forefront and has been nominated for two TEEN CHOICE surfboards since its 2005 premiere. Cannon's next television series, "Short Circutz," will debut next spring. No stranger to the big screen, Cannon starred in the feature films "Drumline" and "Roll Bounce" and had supporting roles in "Bobby" and "Shall We Dance." Cannon voiced characters in the animated films "Garfield" and "Brer Rabbit" and wrote and executive-produced the film "Underclassman."


After the tremendous success of 2004's "Breakaway," which sold 6 million albums in the U.S. and 11 million worldwide on the strength of such No. 1 hits as "Since U Been Gone," the title track, "Behind These Hazel Eyes," "Because of You" and "Walk Away," Clarkson focused on making the kind of album she wanted to make for her third effort, "My December." This year, Clarkson could walk away with a surfboard for her single "Never Again," which is nominated for Choice Music: Playback Track.

Lavigne's "The Best Damn Thing," which recently hit platinum status, is the follow-up to her album "Under My Skin." At TEEN CHOICE 2007, she could get a surfboard for Choice Music Single for "Girlfriend." Lavigne released her debut album, "Let Go," in 2002, when she was 17 years old. That album snagged eight Grammy nominations and four Juno Awards (including Album of the Year and New Artist of the Year), spawned the anthemic hit singles "Complicated," "Sk8ter Boy" and "I'm With You," and sold more than 16 million copies worldwide. Lavigne has recently branched out into acting, appearing in "Fast Food Nation" and lending her voice to the animated film "Over the Hedge."

via: Official Teen Choice Awards Website