Summertime Shines Thanks to "Little Miss Sunshine"
August 3, 2005
"Little Miss Sunshine" is an R-rated comedy, starring Greg Kinnear, Steve Carell and Abigail Breslin, about a child pageant princess and her family.
The 9-year-old breakout star, Abigail Breslin, revealed to Entertainment Weekly when they were shooting the film, "People were laughing, and I'm like, ‘I don't get it.'"
Check out the full article of the feel-good film when Entertainment Weekly hits newsstands Friday.
And for more entertainment, never mind Guns n' Roses; these days it's all about Guns n' Regis.
Next week Regis and Kelly go back in time for "Live! In the 80's Week," featuring performances by 80's rockers like Loverboy and Rick Springfield.
Meanwhile, up and coming New Jersey rockers, "Hey Tiger," are "Living on a Prayer," after they won a radio contest to open for home state hero, Bon Jovi.
Check out their new CD, "September."
And finally, now you can vote for your favorite big TV moment! Whether it is Dr. McDreamy's romp with Meredith on "Grey's Anatomy," Chris Daugherty's stunned reaction to a surprise "Idol" boot or Jennifer Garner's accidental reveal of her baby's sex on "The Tonight Show," check out the contestants for TV's Top Five Viewer Awards on AOL.
Go to AOL.com/television to vote for your favorite. The top TV moment will be announced August 21.