front woman and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer
is also a painter - fact, some call her a "painter-extraordinaire." (That'd be the PR folk who wrote the news release.)
The 66-year-old psychedelic goddess, who studied art as a youth at the University of Miami, decided in '89 to pick up the brushes once again and let loose on stretched canvas. You can see her work - and her - at a two-day show at Wentworth Gallery at the Court in the King of Prussia Mall Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. Info: 610-337-8988 or www.wentworthgallery.com.
From 'L&O' to the Oval?
Former U.S. Sen.
, who plays the delightfully gruff district attorney Arthur Branch on NBC's
Law & Order
, is exiting the show - possibly to run as a Republican candidate for president.
Thompson, who represented Tennessee, has yet to make an official announcement but has been making exploratory appearances and blogging on issues.
NBC entertainment prez Kevin Reilly said Thompson will leave even if he decides against running.
finally asks what's been on every citizen's mind for years: "Why do actors think their opinions mean more because [they] act?" Bruce says he's sick of celebs who act like self-appointed experts on everything around the globe.
Bruce proved his point handily with, "Have you heard anything useful come out of an actor's mouth lately?" Well, have you?
In another matter, Bruce is apparently angry the suits cut his more colorful dialogue from
Live Free or Die Hard
, so they could finagle a PG-13 from the MPAA.
can no longer say his most excellent
catchphrase, "Yippe-ki-yay, [filthy word]."
The Rolling cheapskate?
Talented, sexy, lippy and filthy rich
is totally cool about everything except . . . money. Or so said Mick's ex,
, according to London's Daily Mail. "He always wanted me to pay for everything to do with the house and children," said Hall, who has four kids with the rocker. Hall, 50, revealed Mick was
: "Hopefully that big love will happen again with someone else, but I'm quite resigned that if it doesn't, I will still find ways to be happy."
spent Mother's Day with her own child,
, a 2-week-old boy the singer adopted last week. Meanwhile,
is a grandpa. On Saturday, The Donald's son,
Donald Trump Jr.
, and wife
welcomed their first babe, the 6-pound, 14-ounce girl,
. (Wonder how many times gramps'll do the "you're fired!" thing at Kai till she can finally leave home for college . . . in
Mary J. sizes up her man
"I think I fell in love with him . . . but got scared because he was the type of man I'd never seen before," says
Mary J. Blige
about her courtship with her love, hubby
. In an interview with Essence mag, Mary says Isaacs "had this 'I can take care of you. I can make you feel safe' thing. And I needed that."
Survival of the nicest
, 35, proved that nice guys can finish first, even in a snake pit, when he was voted the winner of
on Sunday night. Cole, from Santa Monica, Calif., took the $1 million prize by making the deals he had to make while still preserving his popularity. He was the unanimous choice of the nine-member jury.