New York's hottest new sort-of-confirmed celeb couple, Madonna and Alex Rodriguez, are quietly shopping for love nests on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, as well as on the East End of Long Island, sources tell the New York Post.

A knowledgeable real estate source reports that the kabbalah-crazed singer and the skirt-chasing slugger are "discreetly looking at properties between Fifth and Park avenues, from just above 60th Street through the 80s.

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Tina Fey rules. And she has rules.

They’ve guided the 38-year-old writer-comedian through marriage, motherhood, and a career that went into hyperdrive this fall, when her Sarah Palin impression convulsed the nation, boosting the ratings of Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock.

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We heart Simon Cowell.

In the movie below, a bikini-clad contestant attempts to make it through to Hollywood. While Paula Abdul and new judge Kara DioGuardi think the singer lacks the vocal chops necessary to be considered an American Idol, the beauty somehow receives a golden ticket.

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Jennifer Hudson's estranged brother-in-law, William Balfour, was arrested late Monday in the slayings of the Oscar winner's mother, brother and seven-year-old nephew, according to Chicago police and the Chicago Tribune.

Formal charges have not yet been brought by the Cook County prosecutor's office, but Balfour was transferred from an Illinois state prison – where he has been held on suspicion of a parole violation – back into police custody.

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Blake Fielder-Civil admits he introduced his wife, Amy Winehouse, to drugs in a new interview - and that he will allow their marriage to end in divorce in order to ensure A-Dubs survives. This coming from the U.K.'s News of the World.

“I dragged Amy into it, and without me there is no doubt that she would never have gone down that road," Fielder-Civil said. "I ruined something beautiful.”

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On the eve of the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards, Britney Spears invited a film crew into her life. The film you are about to see was captured over the 60 days that followed. No topic was off limits. No question went unanswered.

MTV's feature film (we can't call it a documentary with a straight face) For the Record, which was supposed to examine everything in the life of Britney Spears, began with these words. Only it appears many things were in fact off limits.

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