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Celebrity Scene News Inspires the Masses

Celebrity Scene News celebrates 25 years of covering celebrity and entertainment news in Las Vegas.

by Pete Allman, Celebrity Scene News, December 15th, 2007

Actors Rhea Perlman and Danny DeVito
Actors Rhea Perlman and Danny DeVito

Bruce Willis Las Vegas
Actor Bruce Willis

Danny Glover in Las Vegas
Actor Danny Glover

Celebrity Scene News, celebrating its 25th anniversary, is expanding its news and content services for print, radio and television. The purpose now is to inspire people through positive interviews where stars will share on their personal insights on how God has guided their careers.

When an individual hears something positive from a celebrity, it’s going to inspire the person for the most part. Recently Sylvester Stallone spoke about health issues and spoke about his son, Seargeoh, who has autism.

On the health and fitness issues, Stallone says it’s about walking and being active, along with eating non-greasy food. In regard to autism, he says there’s no real cure but that Jenny McCarthy has done a good job in helping improve the skills and development of autistic children through her “Teach2Teach” video programs.

Stallone is a persistent individual and believes that staying positive and surrounding yourself with positive people is one way to achieve success. Persistence will win out in the end, he stated.

The next installment of his legendary “Rambo” series will premiere Jan. 25. Stallone, incidentally, was one of the original investors of the Planet Hollywood restaurants, along with Demi Moore, Bruce Willis, Robert Earl and others. Thanks to the ingenious wit of Earl, he was able to parlay that into what is now Planet Hollywood Resort. The popular celeb-style resort attracted over 100 stars on its recent grand opening on the Las Vegas Strip.

Among the stars on the red carpet with Demi Moore and Bruce Willis were actors Danny Glover, Rhea Perlman, Danny Devito and Martin Sheen , along with performing stage artists George Wallace, Tom Jones and Eddie Griffin.

Not entirely surprising, established celebrities are people just like every day working people, but the difference is that the stars make millions of dollars, and some of them are philanthropists. Look for future Celebrity Scene News video interviews on the ways that these celebrities use their wealth and fame to help their communities and the less fortunate, as well as how their personal experiences can serve as inspiration to others.

Pete Allman is a Las Vegas-based commentator, broadcast personality and celebrity interviewer. He also produces inspirational messages for television and other media.

Photographs by Judy Eddy

Stallone and Willis in Vegas
Actors Sylvester Stallone and Bruce Willis

Patrick Swayze and Lisa Niemi in Vegas
Actors-Dancer Patrick Swayze and Lisa Niemi