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Emmy Rossum Donates Her Wedding Flowers To Local Hospital Residents


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We love a good celebrity wedding and Emmy Rossum is the latest to share her fabulous nuptials with her social media following following her special day last weekend. The best part of the ceremony? Those beautiful flowers! And she hasn't let them go to waste either.

Emmy Rossum and Sam Esmail at the Critics' Choice AwardsEmmy Rossum and Sam Esmail at the Critics' Choice Awards

It's always the last thing anyone thinks about: what to do with the expensive and painstakingly arranged bouquets and centrepieces after the wedding. It's not always possible to take them home with you, but there is still a way you can give them a home for the remainder of their life.

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Emmy Rossum Will Not Be Borrowing Sugar From Her New Neighbour, Justin Bieber


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Emmy Rossum certainly won't be borrowing sugar from Justin Bieber. Rossum received less than a cordial welcome when she visited her new neighbour to offer a "neighbourly 'hello'".  Rossum was a special guest on Sirius XM on Tuesday (17th March) and she discussed Bieber and did her own impression of the 21-year-old 'Boyfriend' singer rapping.

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Emmy Rossum detailed her first meeting with her first neighbour Justin Bieber whilst appearing on Sirius XM.

Read More: Paul Walker Jokes To Be Cut From Justin Bieber's Comedy Central Roast.

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Emmy Rossum - Emmy Rossum sports daisy duke shorts while filming 'Shameless' in Pasadena - Pasadena, California, United States - Wednesday 23rd July 2014

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Emmy Rossum - Emmy Rossum gets a workout while filming a new episode of 'Shameless' in Los Angeles. Rossum wears tight blue jogging shorts with a black sports bra. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 11th July 2014

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Video - Kylie Minogue Was Stunning In White At The 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards - Part 6


Kylie Minogue looked dazzling in white as she smiled at the paparazzi and chatted to some reporters on the red carpet at the 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York. The singer has long been an advocate for LGBT causes among her many humanitarian ventures.

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Emmy Rossum - 'Charles James: Beyond Fashion' Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art - Arrivals - Mantattan, New York, United States - Tuesday 6th May 2014

Fashion Week Front Row: Why The Best Seats Go To The A-Listers


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Fashion Week is in full swing, so as per tradition, everyone is looking to the front row at fashion shows as much as the runway. For a while now, the front row has been the place to be seen, not just to see next season’s looks. So it’s about time for a round-up of this year’s most fashion-conscious celebrities.

AnaSophia Robb, Pier 40
Robb might play an 80s suburban teen on television, but her style definitely wasn't left behind.

The Rebecca Minkoff show on Friday attracted a whole host of Millenial Hollywood starlets. Anna Kendrick sat next to Carrie Underwood, who sat next to The Carrie Diaries star AnaSophia Robb, who sat next to Girls star Zosia Mamet. In short, it was like a nominees list for a Teen Choice award. Apparently, after taking fashion blogs by storm, Rebecca Minkoff is now steadily conquering young Hollywood as well. And with a collection dominated by short skirts, school girl inspired uniform dresses and uber-trendy dark makeup looks, it’s no surprise that the show appears to the younger crowd.

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Emmy Rossum Monday 5th October 2009 Los Angeles Premiere of 'DARE' at the Pacific Design Center - Arrivals West Hollywood, Cailfornia

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Emmy Rossum and The Streets Tuesday 26th May 2009 Emmy Rossum took to the streets of Los Angeles to march against the decision not to overturn Proposition 8 - the ban on gay marriage in California Los Angeles, California

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Passionada Review


Very Good
At first glance, Passionada may sound like a movie playing "after dark" on some seedy cable channel. To the contrary, the passion described in the title does not occur between the sheets; rather, it's the passion the characters of this small, genuine, Portuguese romantic comedy have for life and each other.

Set in the fishing town of New Bedford, Massachusetts, a beautiful middle-aged Portuguese woman, Celia Amonte (Sofia Milos) uses her day job as a seamstress to support her teenage daughter Vicky (Emmy Rossum) in the house she shares with her mother-in-law (Lupe Ontiveros). At night, she sings and dances at a local restaurant to a more somber beat, using her music as an expression for the loss she feels over her husband's death. Even seven years after his death, Celia feels she could never love another, despite Vicky's attempts to set her up on various online dates. When an English drifter and professional gambler named Charlie (Jason Isaacs) rolls in town to clean out the local casino, he quickly becomes taken with Celia and tries every trick in the book to con his way into her heart.

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Songcatcher Review


OK

Wonderfully chameleonic actress Janet McTeer ("The King Is Alive," "Tumbleweeds") gives another of her distinctive and deeply immersed performances in "Songcatcher" as a priggish 1900s music scholar.

A terse, obstinate, overeducated woman who is deeply resentful at having been passed up for a promotion to full professor at her university (in favor of a man), she abandons civilization for a spell to visit her sister (Jane Adams), a teacher at a very remote one-room school in the Appalachian Mountains.

McTeer's intense and austere performance serves the story well as her character makes the discovery of her professional life while reluctantly roughing it with the rustic locals: The isolated society of struggling mountain people has preserved, intact, for hundreds of years the Scots-Irish folk songs carried to the New World by their ancestors.

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Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom Of The Opera Review


Terrible

Andrew Lloyd Webber's musicals are garish, puerile melodramas with all the elegance and sincerity of a Super Bowl halftime show -- and his brash, brassy songs have the depth and nuance of action-movie explosions.

Director Joel Schumacher was responsible for one of the most tawdry, terribly cliché-riddled action-movie bombs in Hollywood history -- 1997's "Batman and Robin."

When this pair teamed up to bring Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera" to the big screen, it was a match made in hell.

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The Day After Tomorrow Review


OK

"The Day After Tomorrow" isn't quite the disaster of a disaster flick I thought it would be.

Don't get me wrong -- it's bad in a way only $150-million movies with awe-inspiring special effects can be bad. It's riddled with nonsensical pseudo-science, saddled with supposedly brainy characters (climatologists, high-school science whizzes) who nonetheless haven't a scrap of common sense, and stuffed with stock characters designed for the kind of instant sympathy (or instant comic relief) that doesn't require actually giving them a personality.

But for popcorn munching and smart-remarking during a bargain matinee, it's a bad movie worth the price of admission.

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Date of birth

12th September, 1986

Occupation

Musician

Sex

Female

Height

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The Phantom of the Opera (2004) Movie Review

The Phantom of the Opera (2004) Movie Review

Criticism toward Joel Schumacher's attempted enactment of Andrew Lloyd Webber's cherished stage musical The Phantom...

Passionada Movie Review

Passionada Movie Review

At first glance, Passionada may sound like a movie playing "after dark" on some seedy...

Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom Of The Opera Movie Review

Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom Of The Opera Movie Review

Andrew Lloyd Webber's musicals are garish, puerile melodramas with all the elegance and sincerity of...

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Songcatcher Movie Review

Songcatcher Movie Review

Wonderfully chameleonic actress Janet McTeer ("The King Is Alive," "Tumbleweeds") gives another of her distinctive...

The Day After Tomorrow Movie Review

The Day After Tomorrow Movie Review

"The Day After Tomorrow" isn't quite the disaster of a disaster flick I thought it...

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