VIVICA A FOX WILL “MAKE” ONE FAN’S “DAY” TONIGHT

Photo courtesy of TV Land.

Photo courtesy of TV Land.

Vivica A. Fox is getting into the holiday spirit by providing a fantasy come true for one lucky fan for the new TV Land reality show Make My Day.

The network chose five different people to unknowingly participate in what is a sort of Candid Camera with a heart.  And Tracy, a mom holding three jobs trying to make ends meet got a day she’ll never forget when Fox strolled into the coffee shop where she worked.  But, it didn’t stop there.  The actress popped up repeatedly throughout the day and eventually invited Tracy to a major fashion event.

It was easy for Fox to say yes to the show.  First and foremost she loves her fans and given the opportunity to connect on a personal level with them made accepting the job a no-brainer.

Fox wouldn’t trade the experience either.  It gave her a detailed look at what one act of kindness can do for someone struggling day-to-day.

Click onto the three media bars for why Vivica A. Fox was happy she said yes to Make My Day along with details on how it played out – plus what the Kill Bill star believes connects fans to her.

The episode of Make My Day featuring Vivica A. Fox airs tonight, 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on TV Land.

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STEVE MARTIN – MERYL STREEP’S UN-“COMPLICATED” BALL GAME

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Steve Martin has worked with many A-list actors throughout his career, but starring opposite Meryl Streep in the romantic-comedy It’s Complicated was an eye-opener for him.

 Not only did he get a close-up view of her mad-skills, but he also learned just how generous of an actress she is – without a whiff of angst despite her superstar status.

 

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 It’s Complicated, which also stars Alec Baldwin, opens Christmas day.

AMY POEHLER’S “CHIPMUNK” HISTORY LESSON

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Amy Poehler, who provides the voice of Eleanor the Chipette in Alvin and the Chipmunks: the Squeakquel, had all the Chipmunk records as a kid.

 How she ever played them is a big mystery, however, considering her fuzzy history of listening to the Chipmunks’ music.

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 Alvin and the Chipmunks: the Squeakquel opens today.

MUSIC SETS A LIVELY MOOD FOR MOVIES

MUSIC SETS A LIVELY MOOD FOR MOVIES

MUSIC SETS A LIVELY MOOD FOR MOVIES

While Blake Lively is best known for her role on TV’s Gossip Girl, she turned in a first-rate performance in the drama The Private Lives of Pippa Lee (now playing in limited release). Lively, who also starred in the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants films, talks about how music has become one of the methods she uses to help her get into character. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR BAR BELOW TO HEAR BLAKE LIVELY)

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