Former Desperate Housewife Nicolette Sheridan looks anything but desperate July 18, 2009, as she and her pooch Oliver met up with friends at the Cross Creek Mall in Malibu for some serious shopping and lunch at Taverna Tony’s.
Oliver looks like he’s got his own attendant too!
Nicole has an animated film in post-production now called “Noahs’ Ark: The New Beginning” which should be released later this year.
The new man in Desperate Housewive’s Nicolette Sheridan’sÂ life, Steve Pate;Â took her and herÂ Golden Retriever buddy OliverÂ shopping at the Malibu Country Mart andÂ to lunch yesterday Saturday, April 25, at a Greek restaurant, Taverna Tony in Malibu, CA.
At one point, it looked like Nicolette was going to lose control of Oliver, who seemed startled upon leaving the restaurant by a swarm of papparazzi, and then while running to the car, she lost a shoe which was recovered by a courteous photographer (at least he didn’t keep it and try to sell it on eBay!).Â
Ummmm, Nicole….isn’t that what those white strings attached to your shoes are for? They’re like magic!
Photo Credits: Top photo: Bauer-Griffin
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LCA’s billboard on Sunset Boulevard features Desperate Housewives star Nicollette Sheridan and Oliver when he was a pup.
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On February 14th of every year, LCA educates the public with the help of animal organizations throughout the United States. Your participation can make all the difference. By working together, we can educate the public about the problem of pet theft, memorialize the nearly 2 million animals taken each year, and educate citizens on how they can protect their companion animals. Join our nationwide network of organizations and individuals in this important crusade.