Entries in Valentine's Day (3)


Taylor Swift Joins Cast of Animated Film 'The Lorax'

Jordan Strauss/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Following her part in the 2010 film Valentine's Day, Taylor Swift has now found her second movie role: she'll provide a voice for the upcoming animated film The Lorax, based on the classic Dr. Seuss book. The movie is brought to you by the folks who gave us Despicable Me.

The Lorax is about a boy who tries to impress the girl of his dreams.  He stumbles across the story of the Lorax, a creature who is trying to protect his world from being destroyed by industrialization.  Taylor will voice the dream girl, while the boy will the played by Zac Efron.  Danny Devito plays the Lorax, and Betty White will play the boy's grandmother.  The cast also includes the voices of Ed Helms and Rob Riggle.  The Lorax will arrive in theaters March 2, 2012.

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Paula Abdul Makes 911 Call to Escape Boyfriend's Car

Jeffrey Ufberg/ WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Apparently, Paula Abdul did not have a happy Valentine’s Day.

The former American Idol judge made a frantic 911 call after a verbal dispute with her boyfriend in his car on the afternoon of Feb. 14, reports TMZ. In the audio recording of the call obtained by TMZ, Abdul is heard repeatedly screaming "drop me off!" and crying hysterically.

She asks, "Are you going to drop me off? 'Cause I have emergency on the phone." Then she says, "He's dropping me off."

Abdul's publicist told TMZ, "Arguments with loved ones are often times heated.  After the call was made everything was worked out."

According to TMZ, Abdul did not file a police report, and the cause of the argument was not revealed.

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'Glee' Episode to Feature Katy Perry, Michael Jackson, Queen Songs  

Photo Courtesy - PRNewsFoto/ Columbia Records(NEW YORK) -- Glee will return for a new round of episodes starting Super Bowl Sunday, and then settle into its regular weekly schedule.  The song list for the show's February 8 episode, which has a Valentine's Day theme, has now been revealed by TV Guide.

Matt Morrison tells the magazine that in that episode, his character, Mr. Schuester, assigns the kids to perform love songs.  Here's a look at who's singing what, according to TV Guide:

-- Rachel sings Katy Perry's "Firework"
-- Puck sings Queen's "Fat Bottomed Girls"
-- Artie sings Michael Jackson's "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)"
-- Blaine and the Warblers sing Paul McCartney's "Silly Love Songs" and Robin Thicke's "When I Get You Alone"
-- Tina sings the standard "My Funny Valentine"

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