Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 17, 1990 · Page 10
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Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Indiana, Pennsylvania
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Monday, September 17, 1990
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Page 10 ENTERTAINMENT Thursday, September 18,2003? Mix of old and new fill AMA nominations By GARY GENTILE Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES — Veteran performers, including Fleetwood Mac, Celine Dion and Cher, mixed with youngsters Beyonce and Avril Lavigne on the list of nominees for the 31st annual American Music Awards. Dion received two nominations Tuesday, for favorite fe- MllSIC male pop-rock artist and favorite adult contemporary artist, where she's up against Cher and No rah Jones. Jones, whose folksy, sensuous voice earned her five Grammys earlier this year, is also vying for favorite pop-rock album for her platinum debut "Come Away With Me." No clear favorites emerged Tuesday, with two nominations each going to R. Kelly, Luther Vandross, Ashanti and Beyonce in the soul-R&B category, Shania Twain in the country category and Sean Paul and Missy Elliott in the rap-hip hop category. Rapper Eminem also received two nods for favorite male rapper and for the soundtrack to his semi-autobiographical film "8 Mile." The 20 awards will be presented during a ceremony at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Nov. 16, aired on ABC. Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel is the emcee. The nominations are based on sales figures and radio play. Winners are selected by a survey of about 20,000 listeners. The nominees: Pop-Rock: • Male Artist: Clay Aiken, Kid Rock, John Mayer, Justin Timberlake. • Female Artist: Celine Dion, Avril Lavigne, Jennifer Lopez. • Band, Duo or Group: Fleetwood Mac, matchbox twenty, 3 Doors Down. • Album: "Fallen," Evanescence; "Come Away With Me," Norah Jones; "Cocky," Kid Rock; "Justified," Justin Tlmberlake. Soul-R&B: • Male Artist: Ginuwine, Jaheim, R. Kelly, Luther Vandross. • Female Artist: Aaliyah, Ashanti, Beyonce. • Band, Duo or Group: B2K, Dru rim, The Isley Brothers. • Album: "Chapter II," Ashanti; "Dangerously In Love," Beyonce; "Chocolate Factory," R. Kelly; "Dance With My Father," Luther Vandross. Country: • Male Artist: Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Tim McGraw. • Female Artist: Faith Hill, Martina McBride, Shania Twain. • Band, Duo or Group: Alabama, Brooks & Dunn, Dixie Chicks. • Album: "Unleashed," Toby Keith; "Tim McGraw & The Dancehall Doctors," Tim McGraw; "Melt," Rascal Flatts; "Up!" Shania Twain. Rap-Hip Hop: • Male Artist: Eminem, 50 Cent, Nelly, Sean Paul. • Female Artist: Missy Elliott, Eve, LiT Kim. • Band, Duo or Group: Black Eyed Peas, Bone Crusher, Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz. • Album: "Under Construction," Missy Elliott; "Get Rich Or Die Tryin,"' 50 Cent; "Dutty Rock," Sean Paul; "8 Mile," Soundtrack. Adult Contemporary: • Artist: Cher, Celine Dion, Norah Jones. Latin Music: •I Artist: Kumbia Kings, Ricky Martin, Luis Miguel. Alternative Music: • Artist: Coldplay, Linkin Park, Metallica. Contemporary Inspirational: • Artist: Steven Curtis Chapman, MercyMe, Third Day. Announcing the American Music Awards nominees were, from left, talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and singer Macfi Gray. CAP phofof Ohio woman cast ashore in'Survivor: Pearl Islands' By LAURA DEMPSEY Cox News Service As speculation, spoiling and veils of secrecy swirl around "Survivor: Pearl Islands," kicking off tonight with a special 90- rninute installment beginning at 8 p.m., Lillian Morris remains mute. Morris, known as "Big Lill," is the first "Survivor" participant from Ohio in the reality blockbuster's seven seasons; she's from near Cincinnati. If her mouth doesn't stay shut, she faces the wrath of CBS and, more on point, series creator Mark Burnett, who's not one to take kindly to traitors. Her enforced silence hasn't stopped Lonnie, Lillian's husband of 30 years, from talking and taking the fall for the required lies and obfuscations necessary to cover Big Lill's tracks during the several weeks she was down in Panama's Pearl Islands, the show's latest exotic locale. "Let's not call it a 'lie.' Let's call it 'misdirection,'" Lonnie said recently. Lillian, acting scoutmaster for Kings Mill's 78-member Troop 617, was either on an extended Boy Scout outing or a mission to distribute eyeglasses overseas on behalf of LcnsCrafters, where she worked until recently. The "misdirection" you were fed was dependent upon your role in Lillian's life. She could only 'fess up on Aug. 28, when CBS revealed the names and vital statistics of its 16 newest reality TV stars. At 51, Lillian is the oldest — by nine years — "Survivor" this time around. She's also Ihe first to show up in full Boy Scout leader regalia, which iooks a little wacky until the depth of her devotion to the organization is made clear. It doesn't take long. In her taped introduction that played on CBS' "The Early Show," Morris said, "I'm the proud scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop G17 in Cincinnati, Ohio." Her audition tape, which she sent to CBS after arriving loo iale to lake part in February's open auditions, is essentially a showcase for her role in the Scouls. Her pride in achieving the scoutmaster title is palpable and understandable — it's not an easy job, and she's one of jtisl 17 fe- f»MMMW»MKra& g Christ Our Savior5 ft Orthodox Church 9 i Corner of Tanoma Rd. & Rt. 286 jj "ROAST BEEF and! SHOLUPKE DINNER! I Sunday, Sept. 21 I male scoutmasters in 235 troops in the Dan Beard Council — and her uniform acts as background for the myriad badges and honors she's accumulated since founding the troop with her husband 11 years ago. The uniform came into public p!ay after it was revealed that this "Survivor" crew was the collective victim of a true twist: Told to dress for a media event, the 16 survivors were instead whisked to Panama with just the domes on their backs. (Usually contestants are able to pack a limited number of clothing items.) It's not clear whether they were allowed their "luxury item," a "Survivor" staple that has revealed personality traits and planning savvy. Colby's Texas flag from "Survivor: The Australlian Outback " made a great shelter; Jenna Morasca's sorority crown proved pretty worthless, but didn't stop her from winning the Amazon installment (though it perished in a fire). In tonight's episode, the Survivors are forced to jump from the deck of their transport boat into the sea. Suits, ties, tank-tops and tube-type dresses go flying overboard: It's; revealed that one young woman avoided underwear lines by avoiding underwear, much to her chagrin. The national Boy Scout office gave Morris permission to wear the uniform during Filming, and its sturdy construction may make it the best choice of attire for the ordeal, which could last anywhere from three to 39 days, depending on the votes. Early odds are for "Big Lill" to go pretty far, according to the Web sites that actively seek "spoiler" information on "Survivor." The spoiler sites are part of a cat-and-mouse game played with Burnett and CBS, which many believe plant clues and red herrings, seeking to stay one step ahead of the spies who live to spoil. The Web's been on a roll of late, with the famous — in some circles — ChiliOnc early prediction of last season's winner and runner-up. The sites are running rampant this time around, as well, and some of die best sites — www.; www.survii-; bsurvivorsucks; www.acmebrain Noon - 2 p.m. ze (jT~^ z* m [GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE AT 465-8800 5 Adults 5 7, Child 5-12 yr. 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Some of the rumors about Lillian: She lost 30 pounds; she broke a foot during filming; she was voted off but, in another of the game's twists, is allowed to return; she came home covered in bug bites; she was still in the game as of Day 18; she is the mysterious "older woman" said to be in the final two; she wins; she doesn't win. Some of the facts about Lillian: "She's a great mom," according to daughter Megan, a senior at Kings Mill High School. (Morris also has a son, Clayton, who attends Wright State University.) "She did a lot of research before she left. She went out and bought survivor-type handbooks," said husband Lonnie. "Lill's not a liar, which is one reason I never thought she'd make it on the show from the times I've seen it." "It just killed her to lie to us, because she's not that way," Said. Dale Hariri, assistant scoutmaster for Troop 617. "She's very well respected by parents and kids. You don't get 70-plus kids in a program if you're not a quality leader," said Andy Swallows, spokesman for the Boy Scouts' Dan Beard Council in Cincinnati. "Her troop is very active in high adventure. They do at least one outing a year whether it's hiking the Appalachian Trail or extended canoing and camping. She's definitely ah outdoors person." Indiana Theater 637 Philadelphia St. 724-464-0116 Friday & Saturday at 7:OO p.m. Sunday at 5:00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday & Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday at 1:00 & 3:00 p.m. Friday thru Thursday at 9:00 p.m. Admission: AJ! stiows that starl before -t p.m. are W preludes drink & popcorn). £«rung shews are $5 fot adults. $3 lor ^students v.iUl a sljdenl ID & t3 for children under 12^ TURKEY DINNER Sunday, Sept. 21 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. INDIAN SPRINGS GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB HOMI- Oi' VFW POST 1989 Ol'IN Tl> Till Pi IH ! 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Likewise, they're given no food or supplies. Host Jeff Probst explains the idea is to ramp up the verisimilitude — "Just as if you were really shipwrecked," he says (yeah. shipwrecked with a score of cameramen surrounding you). This will no doubt affect the women more than the men — in particular, Hermosa Beach massage therapist Nicole Delma, who enters the fray in a tight strapless blue dress and no bra, not something you want to frolic in the ocean in. And apparently the contestants will compete during the area's rainy season: These guys may soon be trying to get voted off. If only to get away from Lillian Morris, a Cincinnati Scout troop leader who is definitely going to regret wearing her ultra-goofy Boy Scout uniform to Panama. Rupert Boneham, a burly troubled-teens mentor from In- dianapolis, emerges as this in- ' carnation's first favorite early : on. While the contestants roam • a small Panamanian town trying to gather goods on meager ' budgets, Rupert, honoring l _ ; "Pearl Island's" theme of piracy, f swipes the other team's dress : shoes and uses them for barter- ' ing. : It's very funny, but I'd like to see how the kids he counsels use it against him. "SURVIVOR: PEARL ISL/\NDS" 3 stars What: Version 7.0 finds the contestants off the coast of Panama with only the clothes on their back. Where: CBS. When: 8 p.m. today. 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