Amanda Holden with Piers Morgan (L) and Simon Cowell (R) on Britains Got Talent
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Amanda Louise Holden is an English actress and presenter famous for her roles as Mia Bevan in Cutting It, Sarah Trevanion in Wild at Heart, and the title role in Thoroughly Modern Millie, for which she was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award. Since 2007, Amanda Holden has been a judge on Britain’s Got Talent.
Born Amanda Louise Holden
16 February 1971 (1971-02-16)
Bishop’s Waltham, Hampshire, England
Residence Surrey, England
Occupation Actress, presenter
Years active 1991 – present
Television Kiss Me Kate, The Grimleys, Hearts and Bones, Cutting It, Mad About Alice, Wild at Heart, Britain’s Got Talent, Big Top (more…)
Any excuse to generate a Rosie Huntington-Whitely headline and Mercedes Benz Fashion week is as good as any. A couple of front row celebrity spotting extravaganzas at the Mercedes Benz Fashion week currently in full swing in New York. Photos include celebrities at the Michael Kors Event (Front Row) and also Anna Sui Front Row.along with STYLE360 Presents Abbey Dawn by Avril Lavigne. With names such as the worlds sexiest woman Rosie Huntington-Whitely in attendance along with Courtney Love, Kim Kardashian, Kevin Jonas, Michael Douglas, Rachel Zoe and Zoe Saldana adding some zest to the mix to name a few.
Michael Kors – Front Row – Spring 2012 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Photos
Celebrities:Aerin Lauder, Amanda Hearst, Anna Wintour, Brad Goreski, Carine Roitfeld, Courtney Love, Hal Rubenstein, Hamish Bowles, Jim Nelson, Joe Zee, Mario Testino, Michael Douglas, Rachel Zoe, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Zoe Saldana
These fashion events are quite important for celebrities not only for seeing the latest fashion designs and being in effect at the coal face but also the media cover these events quite heavily and say, if you are an actress in between films, and not exactly in the headlines, a front row shot at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week and you are headline material which increases your media profile . I’m sure the stars are really there for the fashion though………of course? See the full list of stars below..
Anna Sui – Front Row – Spring 2012 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Photos
Celebrities:Alice Glass, Corinne Bailey Rae, Danielle Deleasa, Karen Elson, Kevin Jonas, Lisa Marie Presley, Michael Lockwood, Sarah Sophie Flicker, Sofia Coppola and Taryn Manning.
NY: STYLE360 Presents Abbey Dawn by Avril Lavigne Fashion Show Photos
This is a statement to all visitors of Famefad.com that the website is now officially back online after being down for a record breaking total of 50 hours and 45 minutes, it went online last night at 2345hrs UK Time!
If you want further details on the incident feel free to check the Famefad Twitter timeline it makes for spectacular and entertaining reading and after beating this multinational company to a soggy pulp and reducing them to a quivering mass unable to speak in the corner, I feel it’s in bad taste to name and shame this company any further on this website “walking on a mans grave” and other expressions spring to mind, and we’ll leave it that. They have got the message and should consider themselves lucky the media on a global scale didn’t get involved as it was starting to reach that level as they were watching thanks to me and Twitter
If this happens again it will be worse, much worse I will personally go in for the kill and this company will cease trading. That’s just the way I am, anything I care about quite profoundly I will defend and defend quite violently if that is required as I don’t give a damn what people think about me and will do time if necessary, I really don’t care, that sort of person is very hard to beat and can take on massive multinational corporations and is very dangerous indeed!
Unfortunately Famefad.com is not out of the woods yet, it could still be suspended and this time permanently on September 17thaccording to the hosting company if they are not satisfied with the current configuration of the website. which since January 15th has had no problems at all, not one, and we’ve made no changes since that date.. So famefad.coms they say is under review?
The original problem was a scripting issue that was generating tens of thousands of calls in a relatively short space of time causing the server to burn out, nothing to do with the website in real terms, this happened just out the blue and had never happened before, something I wouldn’t personally be able to see and correct and something the hosting company should have informed us by telephone to sort out immediately due to the seriousness of the problem. In all honesty they should have sorted it out as they knew the problem and it was a 2 second file delete job. We didn’t even get an email saying there was an issue, which would have been next to useless anyway they just shut us down with no explanation and didn’t even respond to multiple support tickets in a timely manner!
So this offending script has been permanently deleted by me personally (2 second job), it’s basically a Famefad to Twitter updater that relays posts onto the Twitter social network in real time, quite a tame one really, but for some reason just went haywire on that day possibly as a result of hacking who knows. Blog to Twitter updates will have to be done manually which is slower and a pain but if it means the website stays up then so be it.
In summary Famefad.com is back up but the hosting company are not happy after the recent bad publicity from us on Twitter and are probably wary of keeping us on their books and still licking their wounds AND we are not happy with them either as 50 hours and 45 minutes to get a website back up is well…………………. ridiculous, regardless of the circumstances. The fact the website is now up just illustrates the point that they are wrong and we are right, something the customer always should be!.
We have options, we may go back to blogger as I was quite impressed with them and they are owned by Google and it’s free, or we may try a shortlist of 3 quite expensive but apparently superb paid for hosting companies that provide business level hosting and respond to crisis situations in a matter of 15 minutes or so instead of hours or days, and their phones work?. Or surprisingly we may stay after the dust settles and things return to normal as the website when its up. it stays up pretty much a rock solid 99.99% it’s just when it goes down with these people the support problems arise and they are next to useless. I just want to write celebrity articles post them out to my visitors on my blog and that’s it, as i get enough dramas outside of famefad.com, I don’t need it on this blog as well. As they say you get what you pay for.
As always watch for further news but the dramas are not over yet, I feel there’s more to come but then long suffering followers of this website will know that’s always the way it has been, somethings never change. No rest for the wicked, I must be the baddest boy going!
Normal updates will resume, but as you can appreciate with the fall out after this event, post levels will be lower than normal like walking on egg shells but updates will be happening today onwards, assuming the website stays up, which it now should!
The 2011 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is officially now in full swing and has been pumping out film premiere’s like nothing else all this weekend to the extent the words at this end were “where do you start”. This event is dimply massive and is billed as the biggest festival in the global film festival calendar and has spawned many films that have gone on to the Oscars. It opened with a U2 Documentary on Thursday last week. You will see some big names turn up at this event as it progresses throughout the week!
Machine Gun Preacher” Premiere – 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. Arrivals Photos
Famefad will be focusing on the bigger premiere’s that feature the more prominent name stars and also some of the smaller offerings that are causing a stir in film circles at the event and are getting the serious thumbs up with regards to a possible Oscar nod in the future!
Machine Gun Preacher is our first offering from this event out of shed loads over the weekend. The film title is to put it mildly intriguing and with names such as Michelle Monaghan and Gerard Butler in the fray this is worthy of a closer look.
Plot: Machine Gun Preacher is an upcoming action biopic film about Sam Childers, a biker preacher-defender of Sudanese orphans.:
Trailer: Get more rather limited info on this film as it’s that new from the Trailer in HD
Release dates as yet are not yet known!
Machine Gun Preacher” Premiere Arrivals:
Chris Cornell (18)
Gerard Butler (69)
Madeleine Carroll (32)
Marc Forster (9)
Michael Shannon (17)
Michelle Monaghan (35)
He’s had his ups and well, plenty of downs as well, but Mr Charlie Sheen of Two and Half Men fame and his famous “Winning” line not to mention dating two hotties at the same time and just about living to tell the tale (raise your hat to that one), was put to the test this weekend when he attended the Comedy Central Roast at the Sony Studios in LA. With Rocker Slash ushering Sheen onto the Comedy Central stage, and host Seth MacFarlane introduced the roasters — an odd mix of celebrities including Ross, Lovitz, actor William Shatner, actress Kate Walsh, “Jackass” stuntman Steve-O and former world heavyweight champion boxer Mike Tyson.
Jokes using strong language a bit over the top to appear on here , were the order of the day. This particular roasting of Sheen was fairly lukewarm compared to other celeb roastings in the past. Charlie Sheen was dressed in a rather tame gray suit and red tie, just sat in his chair and took the hits and rolled with the punches, mostly laughing, sometimes rolling his eyes. He’s been there many a time and it’s just a walk in the park for him..he’s like a rubber ball and keeps bouncing back! Kate Walsh and Kristin Cavallari were part of the arrivals at this event. Guest list below: