The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade has said, "Thanks, but no thanks" to the Cheetah Girls, dropping the Disney-branded act from this year's event in the wake of seminude photos of one group member — Adrienne Bailon, 25 — surfacing on the Internet.
Officially, Macy's reps tell the New York Daily News that ...
In Disney Channel's Cheetah Girls: One World, premiering this Friday, Rupak Ginn (The Namesake) plays a Bollywood superstar looking for love. The TV-movie shoot took the Harvard-educated actor and castmates to India, where they filmed on "beautiful locations... full of history," he raves. Which is nice and all, but... which Cheetah Girl gets the guy? "You have to watch the movie to see," Ginn tells TVGuide.com's Matt Mitovich. As you can imagine, when Cheetah Girls get into a cat fight, "Watch out," he advises, "and step aside!"
She was breathless, beyond excited, and on her way out to her car. At the end of August, Sabrina Bryan, better known as one of the Disney Channel's Cheetah Girls, had just finished her very first rehearsal for Dancing with the Stars with her professional dance partner, Mark Ballas. Like all the other celebrities on the show, Bryan was in the dark about the identity of her partner until the cameras could record their first meeting. "When I walked in and found out who it was, I was so excited," says Bryan, 22. "He's new to the show, but he was Julianne Hough's professional partner for eight years."
Bryan's energy is electric, even over the telephone. Talking to her is like talking t