Tuesday, March 17, 2009

NY Daily News Blind Item

What married ingenue covertly jumped into a waiting car after a recent NYC fete? The man she was caught kissing in the car definitely wasn’t her musically inclined hubby.

26 comments:

Mooshki said...

Could you call Avril an "ingenue?" She is young...

CintheHam said...

I'm a long-time lurker and this is my first official guess, so please don't kill me...

Mandy Moore?

AnonMom said...

Billy Joel's wife?

It's just me! said...

Ashlee Simpson?

Ice Angel said...

An engenue is an actress,no??? Or a naive young girl? Married to a musician?

Definitely NOT Avril.

I do not see this as Mandy either.

Which "innocent" young actress is married to a musician and would be in New York?

Goodgrief said...

I would love it to be Gwyneth, but I don't think she is an ingenue.

captivagrl said...

ashley simpson

Jesslyn said...

Katie Lee Joel

littleoleme said...

Hey CintheHam, don't worry not everyone here jumps on others.

ex CD said...

gwynnie.

captivagrl said...

Ashley will guest star on "CSI New York" tomorrow night....just thinking there may be a connection with the "fete"?

Mr.Yardeeds said...

K. Heigl

Ice Angel said...

Like the Ashlee Simpson guess. She married very young. She is "innocent" and naive and a young actress. Her husband is a rocker and they are never together.

Good guess!

SchmaddaKid said...

nat portman is my guess.

Twinkle Toes said...

From wiki

The Ingénue (pronounced /ˈænʒənuː/) is a stock character in literature, film, and a role type in the theatre; generally a girl or a young woman who is endearingly innocent and wholesome.
Typically, the ingenue is beautiful, gentle, sweet, virginal, and often naïve, in mental or emotional danger, or even physical danger, usually a target of The Cad; whom she may have mistaken for The Hero. Due to lack of independence, the ingenue usually lives with her father or a father figure (although in some rare cases she lives with a mother figure). The vamp is often a foil for the ingenue (or the damsel in distress, for that matter).
In opera and musical theatre, the ingenue is usually sung by a lyric soprano. The ingenue stereotypically has the fawn-eyed innocence of a child.
The ingenue is often accompanied with a romantic side plot. This romance is usually considered pure and harmless to both participants. In many cases, but not all, the male participant is just as innocent as the ingenue is. The ingenue is also similar to the girl next door archetype.
Ingenue may also refer to a new young actress or one typecast in such roles.

juicy said...

Ashlee is playing a young, naive, "ingenue" role in the Melrose Place spinoff, isn't she?

kimi said...
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jax said...

welcome CinHam, wild name.

Judi said...

Yes, welcome, CinTheHam!! ~waving~
Women stop being ingenues when they have kids, so I don't think it's Ashlee. What festival-type event took place in NYC in the last week or so?

Patty O. said...

I know she's not that young, but I would love it so much if this were that hag Rachael Ray!

J said...

Beyonce & Jay Z?

How I wish it were her

kari B-rum said...

i say Zac Efron

Kara said...

I'm saying Mandy Moore too. Her husband is a musician and she is known for being this sweet, reliegious little thing.

Suzanne said...

Huh. All I could think of was Katherine Heigl. She plays the ingenuee in movies & her hubby is musically inclined.

JS said...

US magazine is reporting that Leanne Rimes is having an affair with Eddie Cibrian. She is married now to her backup singer(or former back-up, not sure).

Valentine Baby said...

Yes, and Leanne's husband is certainly "musically inclined" in that old-fashioned, friend-of-Dorothy sense of the word.