A European team boasting model Jodie Kidd, BAND OF BROTHERS star Damian Lewis and millionaire radio DJ CHRIS EVANS have stormed to victory on the golf course, beating their US rivals for a second year running.
The winners, coached by professional Colin Montgomerie, built up a strong lead at the Celtic Manor, Wales course yesterday (27AUG06) and reached their unbeatable 90 point target today before the first group of players had even finished.
Although the All-Star Cup victory was decisive, today's play wasn't without drama, with Kidd terrifying fans with her wayward swing and flamboyant rocker Alice Cooper entertaining with a large pink hat.
He said of his bizarre attire, "If you can't win you may as well look silly."
His team-mates included Meatloaf and Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman star Jane Seymour who, a Brit by birth, could easily have played for the winning team.
She said of her allegiance, "I felt someone had to support America. It's been a fantastic game."
Last year's (05) televised event featured married couple Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas on opposing teams.
The Welsh course will also play host to 2010's Ryder Cup between Europe and the USA. Europe's team leader Montgomerie is widely tipped to head the professionals during that tournament too.
WEDDING CRASHERS star Jane Seymour has slammed actresses who get Botox injections, insisting it will ruin their career. Seymour can't understand why female stars get the face-freezing injections, because the effects can hamper the ability to effectively portray emotions on screen. She says, "This Botox thing is fine for real life people who just don't want to have any frowns, but if you have to frown for a living, it's kind of detrimental to your career." The Dr Quinn, MEDICINE WOMAN star insists that when it comes to plastic surgery, she isn't against going under the knife to turn back the clock. Seymour adds, "I haven't actually had that big old facelift yet. It may have to happen. "Everyone should choose what they want to do."
Country legend Johnny Cash insisted film producer JAMES KEACH bring his life story, Walk the Line, to the big screen after starring with his wife Jane Seymour in Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman. Cash was a frequent guest star on the hit TV show and became good friends with the star and her movie producer husband. Seymour explains, "Johnny Cash did Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman four times, three times with JUNE (Carter Cash). "John and June became our closest friends and Johnny Cash asked James to make this movie eleven years ago. "John and June really wanted to leave this message about redemption and this great love they had. "And the music is all part of it. "JOAQUIN (Phoenix) and REESE (WITHERSPOON) were amazing (portraying the couple in the film). "It's really wonderful. I'm really proud of the movie."
British actress Jane Seymour has found a novel way of making her kids feel extra special at Christmas - she sculpts and paints them. The Dr Quinn, MEDICINE WOMAN star is a renowned artist and regularly uses her kids as muses - and that makes for some unique gifts. She explains, "My Christmas present to them every year is that they all sit for me and let me paint them or draw them. "Last year it was bronze sculpture, which I'm showing for the very first time this year."
British actress Jane Seymour has signed on to promote California Pistachios with her daughter and mother.
The former Bond girl joins her daughter KATIE and mum MEIKE in the advertisements for the healthy huts.
The Dr Quinn, MEDICINE WOMAN star has also designed note cards for the California Pistachio Commission.
She says, "I think people didn't look at me and say, 'Oh yes, comedy.' I think they looked at me and said, 'Oh yes, she's either going to fall in and out of love or she's going to be a victim.' I don't think they ever said, 'funny.'"04/08/2005 11:33
Movie star OWEN WILSON shot his most difficult scene in his latest movie, THE WEDDING CRASHERS - fondling Jane Seymour.
The STARSKY + HUTCH star grew up admiring the British actress and admits to having a crush on her, which made it very difficult for him to grope her in his new comedy.
He states, "I was nervous. Jane Seymour is a very beautiful and attractive woman, going all the way back to when she was a Bond girl. She looks great now.
Continue reading: Wilson Uncomfortable With Seymour Fondling Scenes
British actress Jane Seymour became worried when she was preparing for her US citizenship exam - because her American husband failed to get a number of the questions right.
The Dr Quinn, MEDICINE WOMAN star, who has been living in America since 1976, joined 9,000 other immigrants on Friday (11FEB05) at a naturalisation ceremony in Los Angeles.
But Seymour, who is now a citizen of Britain and America, admits that before taking her test, she became concerned when her husband JAMES KEACH got so many practise questions wrong.
Continue reading: Seymour's Citizenship Fear
Actress Jane Seymour has given up her British citizenship and become an American.
The Dr Quinn, MEDICINE WOMAN star, 53, joined 9,000 other immigrants on Friday (11FEB05) at a naturalisation ceremony in Los Angeles.
Seymour, who has been living in America since 1976, says, "I realised that I've been living here longer than in my home country. America has given me unbelievable opportunities.
Continue reading: Seymour Signs Up To Become American
The Dr Quinn, MEDICINE WOMAN star had given birth to her daughter KATE FLYNN just weeks before her big audition, and she was advised to stop breastfeeding the baby - because she was looking "too voluptuous."
But she regrets the advice cost her the role of MEGGI and the part made Rachel Ward a star instead.
Continue reading: Seymour's Squirt Cost Her A Thorn Birds Role