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For the first time since she was assaulted by a mob in Egypt, Lara Logan is telling her story.

"There was a moment that everything went wrong," the CBS reporter said to 60 Minutes, adding that her clothes were "torn to pieces" by a group of protesters.

The long-time journalist feared for her life during the attack.

"There was no doubt in my mind that I was in the process of dying. I thought not only am I going to die, but it's going to be just a torturous death that's going to go on forever," she explained to correspondent Scott Pelley.

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January Jones is pregnant.

The Mad Men star, who was most recently linked to Jason Sudeikis, didn't reveal the identity of her baby daddy, but her rep did release a statement that reads:

"January Jones is happy to announce that she is expecting her first child this fall. She's really looking forward to this new chapter in her life as a single mom."

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Well? Who among American Idol's final six is no longer with us?

Did the singer a lot of us expected to get the boot actually get it tonight? Or did voters have yet another surprise up their sleeves here in Season 10?

As we saw it, Jacob Lusk would end up in the bottom three, while James Durbin and Scotty McCreery would be safe. Beyond that? Anyone's guess.

It turns out there wasn't even a bottom three tonight ...

Ryan just started send people to safety in random order until there's no one left. First Haley Reinhart, then James, then Lauren Alaina were in the clear.

Scotty, Jacob and Casey Abrams were left vying for two of the three safe spots. Follow the jump to see which singer left American Idol this evening ...

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The Hollywood Gossip is proud to present another edition of The Pulse, where our staff recaps all of the day's biggest events in celebrity news and gossip.

On the eve of the Royal Wedding, a new portrait of William and Kate was released. Meanwhile, Lady Gaga released "Judas" upon the world - live on Ellen.

Catch up on these stories, plus a rundown of last night's American Idol and a look at the new Harry Potter trailer, right here with The Pulse:

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Bob Schieffer of CBS' Face the Nation and that network's Evening News made headlines last night when he flat-out called Donald Trump a racist.

At issue? Trump's questioning of President Obama's birth certificate and later his academic record, criticisms Schieffer says have racist undertones.

The Donald was far from pleased with Bob's assessment.

Moments ago, he told TMZ: "That is a terrible statement for a newscaster to make. I am the last person that such a thing should be said about."

Bob's scathing statement against Trump came last night in response to Trump's insinuation that Obama may not have had the grades to get into Harvard.

Schieffer said, "That's code for saying he got into law school because he's black. This is an ugly strain of racism that's running through this whole thing."

Asked if he was implying Obama got into Harvard via affirmative action, Trump said: "Affirmative action is out there. It's a program that is available."

"I have no idea whether it applies in this case. I'm not suggesting anything. Grades are the least important aspect of being president. It's not a big subject."

Trump insists he's not racist and wouldn't say if he supports or opposes affirmative action. But he's clearly trying to douse some of the flames he ignited.

What do you think? Is Trump racist?

 

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It's official. Elizabeth Banks is joining the film adaptation of The Hunger Games along with the likes of Liam Hemsworth, Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson.

The 40-Year-Old Virgin actress, 37, broke the news on Twitter. Banks writes:

"I can now confirm I'm EFFIE TRINKET in The Hunger Games. So excited!"

The rumor of Elizabeth's casting surfaced earlier in April, but was not confirmed until now. The film, based on the best-selling novel, is getting huge buzz.

As for Banks' character?

Always on time, Effie is very strict about manners. But despite a seemingly serious demeanor, she has bright pink hair. Think Banks is a good pick for the role?

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Fans have waited years to see Bella and Edward tie the knot, and for the wedding scene, and for the Breaking Dawn sex scene, and for ... well, everything.

Like Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 2, the end of the Twilight saga - split into two parts this November and next - will be a bittersweet affair.

In Entertainment Weekly's new cover story, the three stars of the franchise reflect on its epic conclusion, which proved equally climactic for them as well.

Read the full story here and see dueling EW covers below ...

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Coming this fall: Love, sex, death and one very strange baby.

To hear the stars tell it, Breaking Dawn Parts 1 and 2 involved brutal, globe-trotting shoots and scenes far darker, bloodier, and more polarizing than before.

The birth of Renesmee, says Kristen Stewart who appears with Robert Pattinson on one cover, "is really effective, and I’ve heard it really hits you in the face."

If audiences haven’t matured with Twilight yet, they’re about to grow up fast.

Are you ready, fans? Somehow we have a hunch that you'll be up for it.

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July 15. This bittersweet date is one Harry Potter fans cannot wait for, and at the same time dread, as one of the most successful franchises in modern cinema will officially conclude with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.

A new trailer for the much-anticipated motion picture event has just been released, and in it, the forces of good and evil escalate into an all-out war.

The stakes have never been higher and no one is safe. But will Harry Potter himself make the ultimate sacrifice as he faces off with Lord Voldemort?

Watch the official trailer below and prepare to be mesmerized:

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As promised, Lady Gaga performed her new hit song "Judas" live on the Ellen DeGeneres Show today, and as expected, she did not disappoint.

Despite being an international superstar with legions of fans, Gaga admitted to the host that she hasn't always been a paragon of confidence.

“Do I feel like a loser sometimes? Yes, of course I do,” she says.

It's okay, Lady. You were "Born This Way" baby and you are very much on the right track. That segue doesn't work as well for "Judas," but alas.

Watch her rock the house on Ellen below!

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A new lineup of chart-topping artists including Nicki Minaj and The Voice coach Cee Lo Green will headline the Billboard Music Awards next month.

Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez, the Black Eyed Peas, Rihanna and Keith Urban will also perform at the show, which airs live from Las Vegas May 22 on ABC.

Previously announced performers include J, among others.

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Nicki Minaj and her unique style will be on display.

The Hangover 2 star Ken Jeong will serve as host of the newly revived awards show, which returns with a bang after a five-year hiatus.

Will you watch? Are there too many music awards as it is?

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