Club is a television series featuring the famous celebrities and other notable figures in the society.
The program is hosted by Mila Kunis, and includes special celebrity hosts in the likes of Jojo, Beyonce, and Nick Carter.
Her most recent film is GBF, an indie teen comedy movie about gay best friends and social warfare by director Darren Stein and co-starring Rebecca Gayheart which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in the summer.
It features musicians, athletes, actors, and internet moguls, all under the age of 21.
In one of the episodes with Avril Lavigne, the Canadian rock star shares how she grew up in a conservative family and how she never dated anyone during high school until she met her bandmate and current boyfriend, Evan Taubenfeld, in 2002.
It also shows how the Nigerian football prodigy, Freddy Adu, admires the beautiful Jojo and asks her for a date before they are actually seen dating each other. Club is directed by Sarah Pirozek, and first aired on MTV channel in 2001.
' " The black guy spoke up: "My friend doesn't think you're funny." The loud-talking friend "was maybe Arab or Hispanic but not black," said Pitts, who was not part of the group. and that's inaccurate, absolutely." What followed -- as captured on video and circulated on the Internet -- was shocking. Jo Jo gave the "we're still friends" line to "American Top 40" host Ryan Seacrest on this week's show: "He's a professional young man and my new album just came out. ," the "Dynasty" diva caught the new James Bond flick over at the AMC Loews theater next door and dined at the hotel restaurant Fahrenheit.
The program includes a brief biography of its featured artists, together with their latest showbiz news, recently released albums, or movies. That's what Darryl Pitts would like to tell Michael Richards, the "Seinfeld" star who spewed racist slurs at an African American man after his stand-up gig at a Los Angeles comedy club was interrupted last Friday. Gregg Pitts, acting director of the White House Travel Office, suffered a broken nose in the Monday night mugging on a Honolulu street and was left behind in a hospital yesterday while the rest of the presidential entourage continued back to D. Then, yesterday morning, as POTUS headed to Hickam Air Force Base on Oahu, three local police officers accompanying the motorcade crashed their motorcycles on a rain-slicked street. ABC, citing "law enforcement reports" it obtained, said someone stole a purse and cellphone from Barbara at a Buenos Aires restaurant -- right under the noses of her Secret Service agents.