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Manhattan is a celebrity playground — they completely infiltrate our lives, showing up at our favorite coffee shops, walking casually past us in SoHo and snapping up West Village real estate like candy. But sometimes a Manhattanite can go weeks without seeing a star anywhere except in the pages of Star Magazine. So when you’ve grown tired of waiting week after week at Starbucks for James Franco to arrive, try these celeb-frequented hotspots.

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From Eonline.com:

Heather Locklear, Melrose Place-Please include Tune in info Tuesday, November 17 at 9pm

Ain’t no party like a Melrose party!

And according to my sources, that is precisely what we’ll get a little later this season on the CW’sMelrose Place, as not one, not two, not three but four alums from the original series will convene on the famous complex to party down. (more…)

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from Playbill.com:

Ashlee Simpson-Wentz as Roxie Hart
Ashlee Simpson-Wentz as Roxie Hart

Pop star Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, who made her London stage debut as Roxie Hart in Chicago, will reprise her performance for New York audiences when she joins the Broadway cast of the Tony-winning Kander and Ebb musical later this month. (more…)

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From Upi.com:

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 23 (UPI) — Ashlee Simpson-Wentz and Colin Egglesfield have been dropped from the cast of “Melrose Place,” the new U.S. remake’s producers confirmed.

EW.com said the co-stars will be seen on the show until January, but their characters will then be written off the series.

“Well, we always knew that this murder mystery (story line) would end in episode 12. And we always knew that (Simpson-Wentz’s) character of Violet would be instrumental in that as a suspect, and (Egglesfield’s character of) Augie, as well. And once that murder mystery was solved, she would go on her way. That was the original plan going into the development of the show,” executiveproducer Todd Slavkin told the entertainment magazine’s Web site. “We felt that once the murder mystery was resolved, the tone of the show was going to shift into a much more fun, romantic, sexy upbeat kind of show, and (her) character would move on.”

Slavkin described Egglesfield’s character as “the ultimate suspect” in the show’s homicide plot arc.

“And his brooding alcoholic (character) tonally didn’t fit the paradigm moving into post-murder mystery ‘Melrose Place,” the producer said.

Television Critics Association party held in Los Angeles

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