boston.com Arts and Entertainment your connection to The Boston Globe

Stargazing

Lara Flynn Boyle startled some passengers on a trans-Atlantic flight when she showed off her twin peaks. The ''Practice" star gave one of her more bizarre performances when she reportedly flashed her breasts at the crew aboard a British Airways plane and then tried to crawl into bed with a passenger she didn't know (In some planes, first-class seats convert into beds.), MSNBC.com reported. Boyle's shenanigans apparently didn't result in any formal complaints from her fellow travelers.

Eva Longoria was desperate to set the record straight on her love life during a photo shoot in Monterrey, Mexico, where her family has roots. The ''Desperate Housewives" costar was spotted at Monterrey's international airport Sunday with 'N Sync singer JC Chasez, following her weekend photo shoot with Latina magazine, the Reforma newspaper reported. Longoria arrived alone Friday, but Chasez was present later during the photo shoot, Reforma reported. Chasez told reporters he was vacationing, while Longoria said she was ''here alone, with my friends, my publicist." Chasez ''is only my friend," the actress told the newspaper.

An Emmy-winning makeup artist has sued rapper Snoop Dogg, the ABC network, and its ''Jimmy Kimmel Live" show for $25 million, claiming she was drugged and raped backstage at the show by the hip-hop star and his associates. The legal complaint came about two months after the rapper, born Calvin Broadus, brought his own preemptive suit claiming he was the victim of an extortion plot by the woman, Kylie Bell, and her lawyer, although Broadus did not then refer to her by name. Bell's suit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, said she was sexually assaulted on Jan. 31, 2003, in the rap star's dressing room after Broadus finished taping a segment of Kimmel's show as his guest cohost.

FROM WIRE REPORTS

SEARCH THE ARCHIVES
 
Today (free)
Yesterday (free)
Past 30 days
Last 12 months
 Advanced search / Historic Archives