Renee Zellweger News Archive
It's already time to start looking ahead to next season!!
The producers of DWTS are already starting to recruit possible contestants for next Spring, and it looks like the name on everyone's lips is gonna be
Roxie Renee Zellweger!
That's right! According to sources, the 44-year-old actress is on the top their wish list for next season, saying:
Renée Zellweger is NOT anorexic, and that's coming straight from her!
Rumors had been swirling around that the Bridget Jones star was looking pretty thin, and that it might be due to an unhealthy diet (basically no food at all)!
Well now Renée is fighting back and setting the record straight!
Kristen Chenoweth is cray cray!!
The Good Wife actress only weighs 88 pounds, but for some reason she thinks she's hefty.
Miz Chenoweth tweeted:
Renee Zellweger was spotted in West Hollywood recently.
What was she doing strolling around WeHo in some yoga pants and running shoes??
Hmm… working out perhaps?
Yup! We win! She was working out!
And wow is she looking good for it. Look at how skinny her legs are.
She should reward herself with a cheeseburger! She can afford it!
Way to keep it fit, gurl!
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
But it’s not such a bad thing!
David Barton Gym’s parent company, Club Ventures, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in order to sort out some debt and create a “strategic alliance” with Meridian Sports Clubs.
After the merger, Barton plans to open a new gym in Vegas.
We hope this all goes smoothly! We wouldn’t want our Zac to have to find a new gym!
[Image via David Barton
On Sept. 10, almost every major network and cable channel will simultaneously broadcast the second annual Stand Up to Cancer telethon. The Stand Up to Cancer program is part of the Entertainment Industry Foundation, a nonprofit Hollywood-based group that supports programs addressing health, education and social issues.
It's going to be an amazing event that will promote awareness and assistance in finding a cure for those suffering.
Make sure you tune in and do your part to help find a cure!