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Keanu's Duck & Dash

11/22/2006 3:28 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Keanu Reeves: Click to watchTMZ spotted brooding Keanu Reeves coming out of L.A. eatery Orso -- though he didn't make getting a good shot easy -- the shaggy star kept his head down, trying hard to hide his face from waiting photogs.

Keanu wasn't the only one who left people wanting more; we also spotted Sharon Stone turning down a autograph seeker's request to sign a photo as she dashed out of Mr. Chow with what can only be described as a dead ostrich around her neck.

R&B artist Keisha Cole was the only one of the restaurant-bound celebs who was happy to be caught on tape and autogrphaph photos -- Sharon, Keanu and Tyrese, take some notes!

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Frankie    

Keanu you're still HOT!!!

2836 days ago
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Vain    

Why doesn't this guy take care of how he looks? From how he looked in the Matrix and now is like 2 completely different people.

2836 days ago
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Nanea    

What should Reeves take notes for?
Had there been any fans around, they wouldn't have gotten through to him anyway because the paparazzi were so busy causing a stir and pushing him - he couldn't even open his car door!

@ # 2: so you always go out dressed up in a movie costume then when you leave home?

2836 days ago
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Shawndra    

Congresswoman Sherri Davis to Guest at "Fame Becomes Me"

New York, NY (PRINSIDE) November 23, 2006 -- Congresswoman Sherri Davis, (R-CA), a former Broadway star whose hit single "(Doing the) Baby Dance" rose to the No. 4 spot on the Billboard pop chart in the early 1990s, will make a guest appearance at the Nov. 23 performance of "Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me" at the Jacobs Theatre.

Davis will take part in the celebrity-interview portion of the show, where she will be interviewed by Short's alter ego Jiminy Glick -- and will be the first such guest to respond to Glick's questions in the form of a song.

Among the many other celebrities who have occupied the "hot seat" are Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Martin, Nathan Lane, Rosie O'Donnell, Amy Sedaris, Conan O'Brien, Rosanne Barr, Jimmy Fallon, Regis Philbin, James Belushi, Tracey Ullman, Martha Stewart and Larry King.

"Martin Short is one of the great comic geniuses of our age, and I've admired his work for many years," says Davis, "My son is studying anime at NYU and I happened to be coming to New York City on that date, and Marty thought it would be fun. It will be a challenging format, that's for sure -- responding to all of his questions in the form of a song!"

In "Fame Becomes Me," the phenomenally gifted Martin Short and his superb cast sing, dance and mercilessly mock others as they race through a whirlwind revue that's part variety show, part celebrity send-up and the best time on Broadway. "Not since 'The Producers' has there been a Broadway show this flat-out funny," Davis says.

Davis was appointed to her seat in Congress upon the death of her husband late last year. She will be attending the Nov. 23 performance with her son Henry, a sophomore at NYU, his date, and a "'mystery man" who may also become involved in the performance. "And that's all I can say about that," she says. Davis and Short first met on the set of "Little Me," the 1999 hit for which Short won his first Tony Award. "Sparks were flying, but at the time I was in the middle of my second pregnancy," says Davis. "But we've kept in touch."

"Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me" was conceived by Tony Award winner Short ("Little Me") and "Hairspray's" Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman. The production features music by Shaiman (who is also a cast member), lyrics by Wittman and Shaiman and direction by Wittman. Charlie Alterman is the musical director. Wittman and Shaiman's Fame Becomes Me score includes such tunes as "Stepbrother de Jesus," "12 Step Pappy" and "Sniff, Sniff."

The structural nature of the long-gestating show is described thusly: "Leading the audience through a breathless 100 minute romp, Short re-enacts such imagined lifetime high points as his birth in 1976; his abusive father, a legendary Saskatchewan song and dance man; his heartbreaking Golden Globe-nominated performance as a mentally challenged concentration camp survivor and even his afterlife in show biz heaven. Along the way, superstars including Sarah Jessica Parker, Liz Taylor, Katharine Hepburn, Jodi Foster and Renee Zellweger are conjured nightly along side Short's unforgettable characters Jiminy Glick, Ed Grimley and Irving Cohen."

2835 days ago
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kathleen    

Shawndra, what does your post have to do with Keanu Reeves?

2835 days ago
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gettheboysawayfromher    

Ya Keena Reeves for yuears never lives in a house, he lived in hotel rooms. He says he is lonely and wants to get married? He needs a haircut and a shave, and some stylist clothes because he is as ever handsome as ever

2835 days ago
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e - k - e    

keanu.. i love him to death..
more news about him please, but uh, don't disturb him so much.

2835 days ago

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