Seriously, Newsweek? We know sales have been abysmal and you were on the verge of going under a few months ago, but this seems like an extreme way to generate headlines.

The latest issue of this magazine features a digitally-altered photo of Princess Diana, imaging what she would look like at age 50, and places it alongside Kate Middleton, as if the two are old pals out for a stroll.

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Amber Rose has taken to Twitter to shake her head over allegations that she tried to steal Nicki Minaj's boyfriend via a series of nude cell phone pics.

The rumor broke yesterday that Rose was caught in a bedroom a few months ago with Safaree, the guy Minaj was dating at the time. Allegedly, the rapper proceeded to check her man's phone and find a slew of VERY racy, VERY naked photos of the short-haired model.

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Brandon Davis, the Hollywood socialite known as Greasy Bear, has managed to essentially slip through the fingers of law enforcement.

Two months after being arrested with cocaine in his pocket outside a Hollywood nightclub, Davis pleaded guilty yesterday to possession. But, come on, he's a Z-lister with money, do you really think he's headed for prison?

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Doggone it, Rick Ross is in trouble with the law.

A lawsuit has been filed against the rapper following the death of a three-year old Yorkshire Terrier named Banks. According to documents obtained by TMZ, the canine suffered "3 large bite wounds on his back," along with a "very large bite wound" around his neck, all at the paws of Ross' pitbulls, which escaped from his home in April.

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Hulk Hogan may have been a violet man in the ring, leg-dropping opponents for years and becoming the most famous name in wrestling history.

But the former WWE star denied all charges yesterday that he acted in any kind of similar manner at home, following Linda Hogan's shocking allegations on The Today Show.

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Tom Cruise finally gets it. We wanna see him jumping out of airplanes, not jumping on top of couches.

The action star returns to the Mission Impossible franchise this December, 15 years after the original movie came out. The fourth installment will feature Cruise as IMF Agent Ethan Hunt, along with supporting roles by Tom Wilkinson, Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton and Josh Holloway.

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