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It's all over for Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy.
Cue the insulting, arguing and long-term court drama? Not quite, sources tell In Touch Weekly.
As noted in our Les Miserables review, we weren't huge fans of this big screen adaption.
But Anne Hathaway deserves all the Oscar buzz circulating around Hollywood, thanks to her rendition of the classic track "I Dreamed a Dream."
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade conspicuously kicked Ramon Sessions in the groin the other night, and the NBA has kicked him to the curb for one game.
The All-Star has been suspended for today's matchup with Detroit.
One of the best actors in the history of cinema celebrates a birthday today.
Denzel Washington, set for yet another Oscar nomination due to his work in Flight, turns 58 years old. Send in your birthday wishes to the intense legend now!
Stooping lower than we realized people were capable of, Nouel Alba was arrested for running a scam tied to the Newtown, Connecticut shooting this month.
The New York City woman tried to fleece donors by posing as the aunt of a child killed in the elementary school, federal authorities said Thursday.
Shia LaBeouf has apparently found one person who doesn't think he's a total douchebag.
The actor has been spotted around town with Nyphomaniac costar Mia Goth, as the pair hit up a Starbucks in Los Angeles around Thanksgiving and also went shopping in West Hollywood on December 21.
Lindsay Lohan is broke or close to it, with bills piling up left and right, but why would she let that stop her from appearing on Bravo's Million Dollar Decorators?
On a January 1 episode, the Liz & Dick star invites one of the show's decorators, Kathryn Ireland, to her new Hollywood Hills home for a consultation.
Put those Kim Kardashian plastic surgery rumors on hold for a minute, people.
The reality star's brother is now the one facing talk of outside assistance with his appearance.
A security company is suing George Zimmerman for a major chunk of the bill it says it charged to keep him safe in the aftermath of the Trayvon Martin shooting.
It cost roughly $67,000 to protect Zimmerman after his release from jail this summer, due to angry mobs and vigilante killers, and he hasn't paid up in full.