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Kim Kardashian is keeping her name in the news any way she possibly can the option of running for Glendale Mayor very much open.

On the red carpet of Saturday night's White House Correspondent's Dinner - she was a guest of Fox News, for reasons that remain unexplained - the reality star was asked about her strange quote a couple weeks ago when she told Khloe, quite simply, that she would run day hold the aforementioned office.

Kandid Kim Kardashian

Might she still run?

"I always set my goals really high," Kim said, adding that she tries to do all she can for the Armenian community and concluding with the words hammered home to her by E! executives: "Stay tuned."

We can think of at least one superstar who wouldn't vote for Kardashian.

Watch her interview with Politico below.

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Step aside, Avengers. A new trailer for The Dark Knight Rises has been released, painting a bleak portrait of a crumbling Gotham City consumed by utter anarchy.

The new trailer offers an extended glimpse of Anne Hathaway as Catwoman, as well as a new Batwing contraption that comes in the form a flying pod of sorts.

Christian Bale is back as Bruce Wayne/Batman, with Tom Hardy as the villain Bane, in what will mark the final chapter in Christopher Nolan's epic Batman trilogy.

Take a look at the stark trailer for the follow-up to The Dark Knight below:

The Dark Knight Rises also stars A-listers Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Gary Oldman as Commissioner Gordon.

Arriving in theaters July 20, the film will receive a major marketing boost as the new trailer above will be attached to The Avengers premiere this weekend.

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The remaining eight contestants on The Voice – two from each coach's team – gave what could be their final performances during Monday's semifinals.

With the season finale set for next Tuesday night, audience votes plus scores from their respective coaches will determine which four singers advance.

Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green will have a chance to weight their hopefuls' chances tonight. Who will they favor?

From Team Blake, Erin Willett became overwhelmed with emotion after a powerful performance of David Guetta's current radio hit, "Without You."

The Voice Logo

"I just emotionally kind of got lost," a tearful Erin, who lost her dad during the competition, revealed to MC Carson Daly after the stirring performance.

"I would give anything to have a tenth of the talent that you have," said Shelton, in what may be his highest praise. "Your singing is unbelievable."

Shelton, whose own father passed away in January, added: "But more than that, Erin, I'd give anything to have the strength that you have."

"I know what that song means to you," the country star added. "It means the same thing to me right now also. And you held it together."

Still, it was Team Blake's other semifinalist, Jermaine Paul, whom Shelton described as the "frontrunner" after a heartfelt take on Journey's "Open Arms."

"Jermaine is the guy," Shelton told his protégé. "Every time you get on stage, you separate yourself a little bit more from the rest of the pack."

Adam Levine begged to differ.

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The evenly-matched and entertaining 14th season of Dancing With the Stars is already heading down the home stretch, and the cream is rising to the top.

Would the familiar faces dominate the seventh night of competition? Or would one of the surviving fringe competitors mount a challenge to the favorites?

With Gladys Knight eliminated last Tuesday, the remaining seven stars got another step closer to the Mirror Ball. So who stepped up yet again this week?

As Mark Ballas said, "You can't spell classical without ass."

Maria Menounos and Derek Hough

That really means nothing, other than the contestants did their best to add some sensual touches on a night devoted to classical music. And it worked.

Especially for Maria Menounos and Derek Hough, who earned the season's first perfect score (10, 10, 10!) for their vampire-themed paso doble. Bravo!

"You were so on fire!" raved Carrie Ann. "Katherine has been on the lead for the girls, but she better watch her back, 'cause you're coming right at her!"

Indeed, Katherine Jenkins actually received tempered praise for her ramba this week, but the Welsh opera singer still finished tied for second Monday.

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The nominations for the 2012 MTV Movie Awards just came out and, not surprisingly, the year's biggest blockbusters are up for the most Golden Popcorns.

The Movie of the Year category at the hip awards show pits The Hunger Games against Breaking Dawn Part I and the final Harry Potter film. Epic.

Bridesmaids and The Help round out the nominations for the top prize.

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The films up for best picture also duke it out in other categories: Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson and Kristen Wiig are all up for Best Female Performance.

Daniel Radcliffe and Josh Hutcherson received nods for Best Male Performance. Twilight's Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were shut out of each.

Other categories at the annual show include Best Dirtbag, Best Kiss, Best Fight, and Best Gut-Wrenching Moment ... the Academy Awards, this is not.

But it's fun. Curious about which of your favorite films and stars scored nominations? Take a look the full list of nominations for the 2012 MTV Awards:

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