Celebrity Search By First Name / Band / Event / Movies / TV Shows
# a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

Mandy Moore Goes Aussie

Posted Wednesday March 5, 2008 2:51 PM GMT

The latest in the long line of celebrities living it up in Australia is none other than Mandy Moore. And something tells us the Aussies are having a great time with the “Candy” singer.

Mandy was busy performing at the Beautiful Girls Ladies Fashion lunch at the Victorian Racing Club in Melbourne earlier today (they’re 16 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time). And she’s been keeping her fans up-to-date on her activities via her MySpace page.

Her latest post reads, “Greetings from Dan Undah! Once again, I have to say this country blows me away in EVERY way. We just got to Adelaide after spending three full days in Perth. Amazing. We played two shows with Ben Lee opening for him before he took the stage in front of a 65-piece orchestra. Words can’t explain how brilliant he is and how genius the arrangements were of his songs. He had the crowds in the palm of his hands.”

“It was a bit awkward to step on stage here for the first time here in years - especially with my own music and (and no dancers that I’m sure a bulk of the audience might have been expecting!) We are touring barebones-style with just Loren on piano and Chaves on guitar. It’s actually really great sometimes to not have the pressure of the full band but I can’t wait to get back down here with the set-up we toured with in the States.”

“For the next week, we’ll be doing a short intimate set opening for Kelly Clarkson down here and then off to Manila to play one show there on the 12th.”

“Happy to come home after this trip and really dig into some film projects I’ve had my eyes on now that everything is back up in motion. I am so ready to get back to work in terms of writing my next record, recording some demos and hopefully locking in a compelling and challenging film project.”

Gossip Girls

Enjoy the pictures of Mandy at the Beautiful Girls Lades Fashion Lunch in Melbourne (March 5).