Michele Mahone

Michele is a Kentucky native living in Los Angeles. She is also the gossip reporter for the Weekend Today Show on the Australian Channel 9 Network. Follow her @mmahone

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And how do you pronounce that name?

What’s in a name? A lot if it’s stupid and celebs sure do pick some stupid names for their kids. Growing up is hard enough without your birth certificate becoming a “kick me” sign. Yes, the kid is rich right off the giddy up and will more than likely be good looking but even that [...]

Little Oscars Standing in a Row

Hooray For Hollywood! They don’t need us to cheer for them, they do a bang up job congratulating themselves. I don’t know about you but I’ve got an award show hangover. When I was a kid The Academy Awards was one of the biggest nights of the year. Back then there was only the Oscars, the [...]

Charlie Sheen is still on the drug called Charlie Sheen.

I woke up this morning to two glorious words: “Ashton Sucks”. With that I knew “The Great One” was back.

Valentine's Day

It’s almost Valentine’s Day. Love is in the air, birds are singing, the sun is shining and Los Angeles divorce lawyers are standing by to take your calls. One of my greatest loves is watching a good ol’ fashioned celebrity smack down. Sadly, this has been taken away from me.

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It’s almost Super Bowl Sunday! Let me start off by saying that I am not a fan of football. In fact, I wouldn’t watch a football game if they were playing it in my backyard. I can’t sit through anything that packs an hour of excitement into three hours. I tune in for the commercials. [...]

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I do!  Well, I did, but I don’t now. Such is the way of celebrity marriages.

The Golden Globes: Officially not better than Ice Cream

Michele Mahone is the weekend gossip reporter for channel 9 network Australia, where she regularly explains southernisms like biscuits. In her first contribution to Ustralian, she reminisces about the spectacle that was The Golden Globes.