Hollywood Buzz: Joyful Noise, Sofia Vergara
January 10, 2012 (WPVI) -- Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah making some noise in Hollywood!
"Joyful Noise" premiere
Hollywood is echoing a "Joyful Noise" after last night's red carpet premiere of the new Queen Latifah - Dolly Parton choir flick. The stars lined up outside Grauman's Chinese theater to chat about the both funny and inspirational movie. It's one that Dolly was glad she waited for.
"I've had such a good time doing other things," Parton said. "I didn't want to do just anything. I've had a lot of offers to do movies but nothing great had come along in a long time but this was so perfect."
"Joyful Noise" opens in theaters this Friday.
NY Film Critics Circle awards
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie hit the red carpet in New York City Monday night for the New York Film Critics Circle Awards. Pitt was named best actor and was honored for his performances in both "Moneyball" and "The Tree of Life".
Sofia Vergara's new commercial
"Modern Family" star Sofia Vergara has a new Pepsi commercial airing this Sunday, but she's also up for a Golden Globe. So how does she pick what to wear on such a big night?
"I always like to do things really sexy and colorful and things that, you know, that I'm going to have fun and going to look good on TV."
Catch Sofia on "Modern Family" Wednesday nights on abc.
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