Eric Dane, Rebecca Gayheart and Georgia Dane - Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart get a parking ticket while out and about in Beverly Hills running errands with their children - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 28th July 2015
Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart - 14th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball held at a Private Residence - Arrivals at Private Residence, Chrysalis Butterfly Ball - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 7th June 2015
Eric Dane, Butterfly Ball Co-Chair Rebecca Gayheart-Dane, daughter Georgia Dane and daughter Billie Beatrice Dane - 14th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball held at a private residence in the Brentwood County Estates. at Chrysalis Butterfly Ball - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 6th June 2015
Stars pose with their families and Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse on the red carpet at the Disney Live! Mickey's Music Festival held at Madison Square Garden, New York City. Among them are comedienne Ali Wentworth, whose daughters have donned Mickey Mouse ears, and 'Grey's Anatomy' star Eric Dane with his wife, Rebecca Gayheart, and daughters Billie and Georgia.
RIP McSteamy. Mark Sloan (played by Eric Dane) bid farewell to Grey’s Anatomy in last night’s season opener. Season eight, you may remember, ended with a plane crash. In yesterday’s show, Mark Sloan became the first of the plane crash’s fatalities in season nine. After 30 days in a coma, Mark’s life support was switched off, with Callie and Derek remaining by his side until he breathed his final breath.
That won’t be the last that viewers see of Mark’s final days though; next week’s show will explore their attempts to save him and return to the crash site, back in the woods. Mark Sloan’s departure from the show has been rumors of Mark Sloan leaving Grey’s Anatomy have been rife for some time, according to Newsday.com. Budget cutbacks have apparently beset the show and it seemed, rightly, that McSteamy was headed for a sharp exit. It’s a bold move for the producers; Sloan, the “The man/child with the untamed libido who probably spent more scenes un-shirted than shirted” was a key character in the show and will surely be missed. At least Eric Dane’s fans will get one last chance of a glimpse at him next week, it seems.
Last night’s narrative switched back and forth between the crash itself and the present day, 30 days after the incident. Most of the characters – those that remain alive – are back in Seattle. Arizona has had a leg amputated, April has left the medical industry and Derek’s medical future remains uncertain. Grey’s Anatomy won’t be going stale after McSteamy’s departure though; there’s a whole bunch of new interns for viewers to get to grips with and some of them are already causing a stir.
By never taking their ludicrous plot seriously, they've made a true guilty pleasure.
Fed up with dead-end Iowa, Ali (Aguilera) heads for Hollywood. Despite having no experience or training, she's sure she can make it as a singer-dancer. After a series of rejections, she stumbles upon the Burlesque Lounge on Sunset, run by jaded diva Tess (Cher) with the help of her long-suffering buddy Sean (Tucci). Ali charms sexy barman Jack (Gigandet) into a barmaid job, while keeping her sights on the stage. And she's also wooed by Marcus (Dane), a developer who's trying to buy the financially strapped club.
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Ali is a girl who's desperate to break away from her small-town life. Seeking a new start she buys a one way ticket to LA and lands a job waitressing at a club called The Burlesque Lounge, the club owner and headline act is a lady called Tess, though she was willing to give Ali a break by offering her the cocktail waitress job, all Ali wants to do is perform on stage. Enamoured by the lavish and flamboyant costumes and striking choreography Ali is sure she would be a perfect addition to their troupe. Tess doesn't see her potential but a few other of the club workers know Ali's secret; she can sing - a small girl with a big voice.
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Valentine's Day in Los Angeles brings a series of romantic crises. A flower seller (Kutcher) has proposed to his less-than-keen girlfriend (Alba), then discovers his best friend's (Garner) boyfriend (Dempsey) is married. A phone-sex operator (Hathaway) is afraid to tell her boyfriend (Grace) what she does for a living. An romance-hating publicist (Biel) is helping her client (Dane) manage a media storm. A group of teens (Swift, Lautner, Roberts and Jenkins) are grappling with chastity. And two strangers (Roberts and Cooper) strike up a conversation on a trans-Atlantic flight.
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