Megan Park on her upcoming project:
“I do [have a future film coming with Miley Cyrus] called So Undercover. That was probably the most fun four months of my entire life. We had too much fun. I look back I’m like, did we make a movie? Oh, yeah. I forgot because we just had so much fun the whole time. It was great. We were in such a magical city and to be there for that long and working with Miley and Kelly Osborne and Eloise Mumford. It was basically just all girls all the time. There was an actor Josh Bowman who is in it but he only came at the end so basically it was just a bunch of girls by ourselves the whole time. We all were staying together and we went to sorority boot camp because we’re in a sorority but the real sorority up in Baton Rouge, and we had so much fun. It did not seem like work, and by the time it was all over I couldn’t believe that we made a movie because we had so much fun. But we did so hopefully, people like the movie too.”
“It was hard not to notice Miley Cyrus’ pared-down physique at the January 11 People’s Choice Awards,” begins a piece from In Touch, which goes on to claim that the teenage star spent big bucks to get slim.
According to a so-called “pal” of the singer, Cyrus “enlisted the help of a nutritionist, chef and her old personal trainer, Harley Pasternak, to whip herself into bikini-ready shape ahead of her recent Hawaiian getaway with boyfriend Liam Hemsworth.”
This supposed friend claims, “Miley probably spent $50,000 to lose 15 pounds in a few weeks,” adding, “She didn’t care what it cost as long as she looked good!”
And In Touch didn’t care how inaccurate its outlandish claim was – as long as it made for a juicy story.
A rep for Cyrus tells Gossip Cop the report she paid $50,000 to lose weight is “not true at all.”
SEX And The City is coming back to TV as a prequel — and Miley Cyrus is keen on the starring role.
The Carrie Diaries will follow Carrie’s teenage adventures when she moves to New York and meets future maneater, Samantha Jones.
Singer Miley, who had a cameo role as herself in the film Sex And The City 2, said: “I’d love it.
“I’m not attached [to the project], so I don’t want to say that, but that would be very cool.”
US network CW, which also makes Gossip Girl, has ordered a pilot for a weekly series.
Rascal Flatts are set to join host Reba McEntire, Miley Cyrus, Lionel Richie, Jackie Evancho, John Corbett and Sinbad at this year’s Celebrity Fight Night on Saturday, March 24, at JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa in Phoenix.
“We’re looking forward to another great year of musical entertainment and successful fundraising for the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center,” said Sean Currie, executive director of Celebrity Fight Night. Muhammad Ali, of course, will also be there.
This is McEntire’s seventh consecutive year as the event’s emcee and David Foster is back for his 13th year as muscial director.
“This year is extra special since we’ll be celebrating Muhammad Ali’s 70th birthday as well,” said Jimmy Walker, founder of Celebrity Fight Night and a close friend of Ali.
Over the past 17 years, Celebrity Fight Night has raised more than $70 million for the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center and other charities. Previous guests have included Halle Berry, Billy Crystal, Kevin Costner, Matchbox Twenty, Kelly Clarkson, Jon Bon Jovi, Robin Williams, Jim Carrey, Donald Trump, Celine Dion, Faith Hill, Whitney Houston, Randy Jackson, Sharon Stone, Rod Stewart, Michael Buble, Josh Groban, Diana Ross, John Mellencamp, Chris Tucker, Larry King, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jack Nicklaus and many more.
Hollywood Records’ top 20 POP-Radio hits:
Leavin’ – #1 (Jesse McCartney)
Party in the U.S.A. – #1 (Miley Cyrus)
Hey There, Delilah – #2 (Plain White T’s)
Beautiful Soul – #3 (Jesse McCartney)
See You Again – #4 (Miley Cyrus)
The Climb – #5 (Miley Cyrus)
Love You Like a Love Song – #6 (Selena Gomez & the Scene)
How Do You Sleep? – #7 (Jesse McCartney)
Come Clean – #9 (Hilary Duff)
Burnin’ Up – #12 (Jonas Brothers)
Naturally – #12 (Selena Gomez & the Scene)
So Yesterday – #15 (Hilary Duff)
Can’t Be Tamed – #15 (Miley Cyrus)
When You Look Me In the Eyes – #16 (Jonas Brothers)
Shake – #17 (Jesse McCartney)
Who Says – #17 (Selena Gomez & the Scene)
Come Back to Me – #18 (Vanessa Hudgens)
Out of My Heart and Into My Head – #20 (BBMak)
7 Things – #20 (Miley Cyrus)