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Celebrity Recap - November 2008

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Here’s the celebrity rundown for November 2008!

  • Twilight premieres, making Robert Pattinson an instant heartthrob with his role as Bella’s love interest, the brooding vampire, Edward Cullen.
  • Barack Obama wins the Presidential Election and becomes the first African American president in U.S. history.
  • The new James Bond movie, Quantum of Solace premieres.
  • Beyonce releases her hot track, Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It).
  • Britney Spears begins her comeback with a handful of shows in Europe, a Rolling Stone cover and a photoshoot in Glamour magazine.

Celebrity Birthdays

  • November 1: Tie Domi, the retired Toronto Maple Leafs’ tough guy, turns 39.
  • November 10: Josh Peck, the star of Drake and Josh, turns 22.
  • November 11: Leonardo DiCaprio, the celebrated actor, turns 34.
  • November 12: Ryan Gosling, the star of ,The Notebook, turns 28 and Anne Hathaway, the lead in The Devil Wears Prada, turns 26.
  • November 16: Batman’s girlfriend, Maggie Gyllenhaal, turns 31.
  • November 18: Owen Wilson, who co-stars with Jennifer Aniston in Marley and Me, turns 40.
  • November 20: Cody Linley, who plays Jake Ryan on Hannah Montana, turns 19.
  • November 22: Scarlett Johansson, the star of Lost in Translation, turns 24.
  • November 23: Miley Cirus celebrates her sweet 16.
  • November 24: Katherine Heigl, the star of 27 Dresses, turns the big 3-0.
  • November 26: Natasha Bedingfield, who sings The Hills theme song, turns 27.
  • November 28: Jon Stewart, the host of The Daily Show, turns 46.
  • November 30: The comedian and actor, Ben Stiller, turns 43.

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