Wilmer’s Big Mouth Threw Mandy Moore Into Depression

was so hurt when ex-beau Wilmer Valderrama spoke publicly about their sex life on Howard Stern’s show on Sirius, it threw her into a deep depression, sources tell the National Enquirer. “Mandy couldn’t believe her ears when she heard the hurtful and tacky comments,” said a friend of the pretty 22-year-old actress/singer. “She just wanted to crawl under a table and hide.” Read more.

Mandy Moore Talks With LA’s KIIS FM

February 4, 2007 – Mandy called in to KIIS FM in Los Angeles on Friday (February 2) to discuss her new movie ‘Because I Said So’. They talked about how guys should learn to enjoy chick flicks, her new album, whether ‘American Idol’ is being too mean, and what’s up with her and DJ AM. The interview audio at kiisfm.com has since been removed.

Mandy Moore Takes A Shot At New Boyfriend’s ‘Toothpick’ Ex

February 3, 2007 – In the new issue of Seventeen magazine, Mandy uncharacteristically dissed a fellow starlet. “Oh, God! I tell you what: In this industry it’s my job to look a certain way or whatnot – and it’s’ weird for men too,” she explained. “But I’m much happier to present this type of person. I’m not Nicole Richie. I’m not like a toothpick, and I will never be. I’m just a regular-looking person – and that’s okay. I’s taken a while to come to grips with that since its’ definitely not the norm in my business. But, like, who cares? If anything, that makes someone more special — or at least that’s what I tell myself.” Given that since the interview Moore has begun dating Nicole’s ex DJ AM, this is bound to really infuriate ‘The Simple Life’ star.

Mandy Moore Hits The Club Scene With DJ AM

February 2, 2007 – Though the two have yet to confirm their relationship, Mandy and DJ AM looked like a couple on their way out of Boulevard 3 nightclub in Hollywood on Tuesday night (January 30). Video at TMZ.com has since been removed.

Mandy Moore’s ‘Extraordinary’

January 30, 2007 – Mandy posted a new song on her MySpace page on Monday (January 29) entitled ‘Extraordinary’. Moore said of the track: “There are times when everyone hits a point of wanting and knowing they can go beyond what they deem their limits to be. Personally, it took me a while to come to this conclusion and it was quite a bold move for me to make. I consider myself to be pretty shy and have trouble expressing myself in certain situations, so writing this song is one of the most honest, humble things I have ever done and said in my life. To anyone. It felt as good to sing it as it did to write it.”

Harvey Weinstein Scores Mandy Moore’s New Sundance Film

January 25, 2007 – The New York Post reports Mandy’s new film ‘Dedication’ was bought by the Weinstein Co. at the Sundance Film Festival, with Harvey Weinstein securing the deal “at 4 a.m.” after “distributors were in a fierce battle.” While the film’s director Justin Theroux was securing the deal at the Lotus Lounge at Hollywood Life House, Moore was “making out on the couch” with new squeeze DJ AM. Read more.

Mandy Moore and DJ AM Take Their Romance Public

January 24, 2007 – Saturday night at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Mandy spent some quality time with DJ AM ahead of the screening of her new film ‘Dedication’. “Mandy was performing songs from her new album, and the last song was ‘Gardenia,'” a source tells Us Weekly. “DJ was standing in the corner drinking P.i.n.k. Vodka and smiling. He was singing along. He clearly had heard the song before, and the album isn’t even out yet!” The full story at usmagazine.com has since been removed.

Mandy Moore Suffers Through ‘Really Low, Sad’ Point

January 22, 2007 – Mandy tells Jane magazine in their February issue that she battled depression recently. “A few months ago, I felt really low, really sad,” Moore explained. “I’m a very positive person, and I’ve always been ‘glass half-full’. So it was like someone flipped a switch in me.” The full story at usmagazine.com has since been removed.


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