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"I love Ellen DeGeneres,' Anne Heche tells audience

Published Sep. 27, 2005

Anne Heche broke her public silence over her split last month with Ellen DeGeneres when she addressed the organization Women in Film on Friday in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Accepting a Lucy award (named for Lucille Ball) for her role developing and directing the HBO movie If These Walls Could Talk 2 _ which co-starred DeGeneres and Sharon Stone _ Heche initially stumbled over her former partner's name, Reuters reports.

"It means so much to me to be able to have Sharon Stone and Ellen DeGen . . ." Heche said, placing her hands over her face and adding, "Shake it out, baby!"

Composing herself, she continued: "No matter what you've heard, I love Ellen DeGeneres. She is a genius . . . a marvelous woman so dear to my life, and I love her."

Joan Kennedy pleads

not guilty to DUI charge

Joan Kennedy pleaded not guilty Monday to drunken driving over the weekend on Cape Cod. The ex-wife of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was arrested Sunday night when cops got a call from another driver around 8:30 about a blue Buick being driven erratically in Barnstable, Mass.

Kennedy also was charged with refusing to produce a driver's license and registration. A pretrial conference was set for Oct. 6.


Beginning this week, WTVT-Ch. 13 airs Rosie O'Donnell at 10 a.m., Judge Joe Brown at 3 p.m. and Divorce Court at 3:30 p.m. TV Times shows different schedules for these three shows.

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