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It's among mankind's most vexing questions: what is the appeal of the Kardashians, a family with no personality, talent or positive contributions to society of any kind?

In the latest issue of Redbook, Khloe Kardashian somehow keeps a straight face when answering: "We are a real family. We don't sugarcoat anything. We're not the Brady Bunch, but we always put each other first. We love each other on camera, we cry on camera. I think people relate to the realness of it."

These are the same people who somehow believe Kim Kardashian Tweets at them due to a personal attachment, not as a contribution to her empire.

Kardashians Redbook Cover

What is the biggest misconception about the family? Manager and matriarch Kris Jenner tackles this inquiry, hilariously lying stating:

"All of my daughters have jobs. They are fashion stylists and designers; they own a chain of stores. They had the stores before they had the show. And my kids worked from the time they were 13 years old... They work 25 hours a day. And that they don't have any talent?

They might not be singers or dancers, but they certainly know how to produce a television show. Whether you want to call it talent or not, they have multiple shows on the air. [I want to say,] How many shows do you have?"

That cannot be denied, Kris. But it must be asked: do they have multiple shows on the air due to anything the Kardashians offer? Or due to the sheer ignorance/stupidity of viewers?

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Was there any doubt Scotty McCreery would take on "Country Comfort" last night?

As the young artist himself said, it's Elton John's only country single, and he's an aspiring country singer, after all.

Randy loves the performance, which includes a shout-out to Scotty's grandmother, but a similar dilemma faces McCreery that faces Thia Megia: will he need to mix up his song choices if he hopes to go all the way? Or is natural, impressive talent all one needs, even if such talent is only ever presented within the same genre?

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Katy Perry's new music video is for her song "E.T." But rather than Steven Spielberg's alien creation of decades past, she's channeling Lady Gaga and Avatar.

Or so it would appear in these promotional pics released by her label, Capitol, in advance of the video. Maybe with a little David Bowie thrown in there as well?

Click on the Katy Perry pictures below to enlarge some of her various looks for the video. Whatever she's going for, her style is out of this world (booo!) ...

  • Clawz Come Out
  • A K. Perry Pic
  • Bronzed Goddess
  • Krazy Katy
  • Perry Goes Wild

[Photos: Capitol Records]

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Calling all Warlocks: we know when and where you can party with Charlie Sheen.

Following his live show in NYC on April 8, the actor will host a shindig in Carlstadt, New Jersey, a town with a population of around 6,000 that typically employs three police officers per shift.

Charlie Sheen Party Poster

But, as TMZ reports, the police department will be extra careful with the gathering at Dragonfly nightclub. At least 10 officers will be brought in to handle crowd and traffic control.

Combing this news with the latest security fears from Denise Richards, at least Sheen's antics are resulting in extra work around the country. Still, there has to be a safer, less insane way to create jobs, doesn't there?

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Did you believe in Thia Megia last night?

The young American Idol hopeful dedicated her rendition of "Daniel" to her brother and was told by Jimmy Iovine that "if they believe it, you get to the following week. If they don't, I don't believe you do."

So the challenge was laid out, and Megia didn't falter in the face of it. But she also performed yet another ballad, the third of the evening, and one that couldn't compete with those of Lauren Alaina and Pia Toscano.

Might Thia be in trouble? Randy said she may have played it too safe. We'll find out tonight.

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Britney Spears is being sued by her former business partners for breach of contract, fraud and deceit, and it all stems from her signature scent.

The pop singer was slapped with a $10 million lawsuit because of Radiance and a multi-million branding deal with beauty giant Elizabeth Arden.

Britney and father Jamie are accused of being "sneaky and underhanded" in moves to cut Brand Sense Partner, LLC., out of a licensing pact.

Bit Bit Live

Another week, another legal saga for Britney Spears.

"Britney secretly made a deal with Elizabeth Arden in an underhanded effort to circumvent and evade obligations to Brand Sense," the suit states.

"Effectively, Britney improperly and illegally cut Brand Sense out of the deal." Brand Sense accuses Britney of "concealment and evasive actions."

We have no idea who's in the right and who's in the wrong here, but we strongly suggest she name her next scent Poo Cocktail. So seductive.

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The pressure was on Casey Abrams last night.

Following his shocking save on Thursday, the American Idol contestant had to prove the judges made the right choice. Did he succeed?

We think so. Abrams toned down some of his typical antics and performed a tender cover of "Your Song." Randy went a little overboard with his praise, likely in an effort to justify the panel's decision to keep Casey around. This was a perfectly solid rendition.

But was it really "absolutely brilliant," as the Dawg decreed?

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The girl who helped instigate Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans' fight with Britany Truett that got her arrested claims Jenelle stands to make money off the melee.

Brittany Maggard claims Jenelle only fought Truett because Maggard, Maggard's sister, and their pal Nick - who had the camera that taped it - "had her back."

After Jenelle beat Truett's ass, Maggard says she and Nick came up with the idea to sell the video, which Jenelle Evans said was a "good idea" and pursued.

Jenelle Evans Mugshot

According to Maggard, the Teen Mom train wreck got in touch with "someone she knows at a [photo] agency to purchase the video," which sold for $5,000.

Jenelle wanted a bigger cut of that than her co-conspirators because, as she said, "You wouldn't get any money if I wasn't famous!" So true and well put.

The video shows Evans pushed by Maggard toward Truett, who she accused of making a pass at her ex Kieffer Delp. Jenelle pounded her senseless.

As we told you earlier in the week, Jenelle's lawyer believes she was set up by Maggard and others who orchestrated the fight solely to cash in.

He tells TMZ that "I am very happy with [Jenelle Evans'] position. We are investigating the case and we will be ready for court on April 26."

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If it ain't broken, Pia Toscano isn't gonna fix it.

The American Idol finalist went back to the ballad well last night, covering Elton John's "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" and doing it very well.

But might this incredible talent need to mix up her repertoire if she hopes to win it all? Randy thinks so, asking Pia to "switch gears" a bit, while J. Lo posed an interesting question: "What are you going to do to surprise us next week?"

With competition such as Lauren Alaina coming on strong, it's an interesting issue. Take in Pia's latest rendition below.

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Lauren Alaina tackled an iconic Elton John single last night, the track this singer revised in honor of Princess Diana.

It was a challenge for the American Idol finalist, but one that may have turned her into a season 10 contender.

Giving the ballad a unique sound via her country twang, Alaina earned overflowing praise from the judges. Randy referred to the cover as "sensitive," while Steven said it was perfect and J. Lo gushed: "You were gorgeous... That was it, baby. That was amazing."

Do we have a new front runner?

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