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Summer Star Update

Jay is destined for stardom.
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Babe isn't bacon bits just yet.
Babe
Summer Star Update - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

So you know what you're doing this summer - going to the beach, chillin' with friends, vacation with the fam. Here's some info on what your fave stars and your soon-to-be fave stars are up to.

So you know what you're doing this summer - going to the beach, chillin' with friends, vacationing with the fam. Here's some info on what your fave stars and your soon-to-be fave stars are up to. Check it out.

1 If you've ever watched TV on a Saturday morning, you're bound to have seen his hot face - probably shootin hoops on Hang Time. Well, Jay Hernandez is making a real big jump this summer from the tube to the big screen - in a big way. Jay will star with everybody's favorite teen queen, Kirsten Dunst in the flick Crazy/Beautiful. The movie is about a rich, troubled girl, Nicole and her wrong-side-of-the-tracks boyfriend. Word is, Jay's a real scene stealer in this flick.

1 Lately there has been a lot of bad rumors floatin' around about a famous porker. Don't worry everybody - Babe isn't about to become bacon bits. It has been rumored that the lil' pig who played Babe in the movie, Babe, was suffering from the dreaded Foot-And-Mouth disease and was going to have to be put down. Well, turns out that it was all just some nasty gossip. In reality, Babe was played by numerous pigs, not just one. And they were Aussie pigs, not English ones. The animal trainer who worked on Babe says that the little porkers were all given to petting zoos and schools and as far as he knows they are all fine.

1While we're chatting about animals, have you noticed that they are invading the big screen too this summer? There are two flicks in particular that feature more fur than skin - Cats and Dogs and Dr. Dolittle 2. Dr. Dolittle 2 is supposed to be even more hysterical than the first. Kidzworld will bring ya the review next week, until then check out the trailer. Cats and Dogs is about your furry friends as they battle it out for world domination. Why not check out that trailer too?

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