'Rock Star' attracts stars
HOLLYWOOD, California -- Who says heavy metal is out of style?
The Monday premiere of "Rock Star" apparently attracted a long guest list of celebrities.
"Rock Star" stars Mark Wahlberg and Jennifer Aniston, plus David Spade, Rachael Leigh Cook, Fred Durst, Lisa Kudrow, Marilyn Manson, Matthew Perry, Brad Pitt, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley attended the after-party at the House of Blues, according to Variety.
Cover band Metalshop was one of the music performers.
"You catch all the '80s hits without any of 'the stuff from the new album,' " Spade said of Metalshop's performance.
Performances also came from LL Cool J and the picture's co-star, Black Label Society lead guitarist Zakk Wylde, who shut the party down after three songs at 2 a.m., according to Variety.
Crawford, Adkins births
(CNN) -- In Los Angeles, California, supermodel Cindy Crawford has given birth to a baby girl, the second child for her and husband Rande Gerber, according to The Associated Press.
Kaya Jordan Gerber was born Monday in Los Angeles, publicist Annett Wolf said Wednesday. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces.
Crawford, 35, and Gerber's other child, a son, is named Presley Walker Gerber; he was born in July 1999.
In Nashville, Tennessee, Rhonda Adkins, wife of country singer Trace Adkins, has given birth to a daughter, Brianna Rhea Adkins.
The baby was born Tuesday, the AP reports. The couple has another daughter, and Trace Adkins has two teen-age daughters from a previous marriage.
Some milk with that Buzz?
HOLLYWOOD, California -- From the file titled "Why didn't this happen sooner?" -- Walt Disney Co. and Kellogg Co. have agreed to develop breakfast cereals based on Disney characters, The Associated Press reports.
The deal combines two monoliths from their respective fields.
"By combining Disney's powerful content with the quality and equity of the Kellogg's brand, we will bring innovative products to the breakfast tables of families across the globe," Disney president Bob Iger said.
Characters expected to figure in various branding schemes include Mickey Mouse and friends, Winnie the Pooh, characters from the film "The Lion King," Peter Pan and Buzz Lightyear.
CBS wins eight Emmys
NEW YORK -- It was a big night for CBS News.
The network nabbed eight news and documentary Emmys on Wednesday, more than any other network, Variety reports. Six awards for CBS went to "60 Minutes" and "60 Minutes II."
The Emmys were presented at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York.
PBS came in second with seven awards, while cable's CNBC landed five. NBC News earned four, and ABC News collected three.
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