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|2004-12-07 - Weird News|
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New York, NY -- Donald Trump's hit show, "The Apprentice," may be getting most of its viewers to think about sex, not business. According to a survey by Jericho Communications, 52 percent of the show's fans admit that sexuality is their main motivation when purchasing clothes.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A former Backstreet Boy is targeting an audience that praises God rather than members of boy bands. According to "Billboard," Brian Littrell has penned a deal with Christian music label Provident Music Group's Reunion Records. There is no word yet on when the 29-year-old teenybopper heartthrob will release his first record.
LOS ANGELES -- Motley Crue announced yesterday (Dec. 6) that they will be performing Dec. 14 at the 2004 Video Game Awards airing on Spike TV. The awards show celebrates the best video games of the past year. This year's show will be hosted by Snoop Dogg and include performances by Snoop, Ludacris and Sum 41.
LONDON -- From an elf to a Buddhist: London tabloids are reporting that "Lord of the Rings" star Orlando Bloom has become a Buddhist. The hunky screen king was spotted at a Buddhist ceremony this past weekend in Britain where he was presented with a prayer scroll to mark his induction into the faith.
LOS ANGELES -- Mira Sorvino and James Cromwell will be recognized for their efforts as humanitarians as well as actors. They'll be honored at the Artivist Film Festival and 2005 Artivist Awards in Los Angeles April 19-24. The organization is honoring Sorvino for her work with Amnesty International and Cromwell for his efforts with animal rights and the Farm Sanctuary animal charity.
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