Mandy Moore make a trip down to Austin, Texas to celebrate boyfriend Andy Roddick’s U.S. Open victory. She tells Us Weekly, “He had a lot of stuff to do in New York [after winning], but once he was free from those obligations, we went there to hang out with family and just relax.” But the time off was short lived, with Mandy back in Los Angeles and Andy jet-setting to his next tennis challenge. “Now he’s in Slovakia for the Davis Cup. He’s won and he’s still gotta work!”
Mandy’s ‘Coverage’ Also Available With DVD
September 17, 2003 – Contributed by Ginny: Mandy Moore’s official website, mandymoore.com, has announced that a Deluxe Edition of her upcoming album Coverage will include a special DVD containing exclusive interviews, videos and track-by-track discussion of the songs.
Also available beginning October 21st, for a limited time only, will be a deluxe edition of Coverage, complete with a different cover & a 30 minute bonus DVD containing:
• exclusive interview footage
• a tour with Mandy through the recording studio
• Mandy’s track-by-track discussion of the songs on the album
• Mandy talking about her recent movie rolls, with never-before-seen b-roll footage
• BONUS: her brand new music video for “Have a Little Faith in Me”
Mandy Moore Flies Cross Country To See Andy’s Big Win
September 17, 2003 – Us Weekly reports that when Mandy took the red-eye to New York to catch Andy Roddick’s U.S. Open finals victory on September 7th, Roddick instructed her to not sit in the player’s box because he didn’t want to be distracted during the match at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Moore instead sat obscured in a second-level section with her mother Stacy, father Don, and Roddick’s parents Jerry and Blanche. Mandy said afterwards in regards to her cross-country flight, “You care about someone, you love them, you go the distance.”
Mandy Moore Whips Andy Roddick At ESPN Zone
September 11, 2003 – After winning the U.S. Open, Andy Roddick didn’t fare as well when he took on girlfriend Mandy at ESPN Zone in Times Square. Moore beat him at games of Air Hockey, NFL Countdown and NASCAR racing. Roddick triumphed only in pop-a-shot basketball.
Mandy Moore To Host ‘Women Rock!’ Benefit
September 9, 2003 – Billboard.com reports Mandy has signed on as the host of the fourth annual ‘Women Rock!’ benefit for breast cancer research. Moore will also perform at the benefit alongside Celine Dion, Anastacia, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Mya, Dolly Parton and Kenny Loggins. The event will tape September 30th at Hollywood’s Kodak Theater and air October 23rd on the Lifetime cable channel. The full story at billboard.com has since been removed.