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New York, NY -- These days, Tiger Woods is tackling gophers, not golf balls. In a new ad for American Express, Woods is spoofing Bill Murray's groundskeeper character from the 1980 film, "Caddyshack." The ad debuts Sunday (Feb. 29).
NEW YORK -- "Sopranos" moll Drea De Matteo has a body to die for, but it takes some work to keep it up. Her trainer tells "Fitness" magazine the actress eats at McDonald's a couple times a week. To keep the extra calories from building up, fitness pro Clay Burwell has her work out four times a week, focusing on cardio, ab exercises and strength training.
LAS VEGAS -- Pam Anderson has had a very busy love life over the last few years, but she's hinting that things are about to slow down. The actress tells the "Las Vegas Sun" she's currently single and focused on raising her two sons. Even more shocking: Anderson is pondering celibacy. She says, "Maybe I won't date again until my kids are 18."
LOS ANGELES -- Lena Horne is trumpeting over Janet Jackson's Super Bowl stunt and has reportedly lobbied ABC to drop Jackson from playing Horne in her TV biopic. "Variety" reports Jackson left the project willingly after Horne and her daughter, Gail Lumet Buckley, asked her not to be in the project.
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