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Police spoke with a man who was involved with murdered model Jasmine Fiore and believe a text he received the night she died may hold an important clue.

The victim and husband Ryan Alexander Jenkins (the "person of interest") were in San Diego for a poker tournament Friday. At some point, Fiore texted Robert Hasman, a former boyfriend with whom she was involved before meeting Jenkins.

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"[Jon] totally screwed me over and acted like a dirtbag." - Kate Major

In a new tell-all interview, Kate Major (a.k.a. Kate 2.0) is looking to grab a 16th minute by going off on Jon Gosselin's lies and shady seduction secrets.

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Despite simmering rumors of their recent breakup, agent Jason Trawick is still in the running to be the next Mr. Britney Spears, according to reports.

The bubbly star, who made a splash by reading the Top 10 list on The Late Show with David Letterman in a bikini, is all smiles in her personal life as well.

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Don Hewitt, who created 60 Minutes and was a pioneering CBS journalist from 1948 until retiring in 2008, died Wednesday at the age of 86.

Sources say that Don Hewitt was diagnosed with a small, contained tumor earlier this year and underwent treatment for pancreatic cancer.

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She may look amazing, but even Lauren Conrad admits to slacking in the exercise department sometimes. At the beginning of her relationship with boyfriend Kyle Howard, the California girl admits to getting a little "soft around the middle."

“I call it the ‘boyfriend layer’,” The former star of The Hills tells Shape magazine. “We were having more romantic dinners out, and I was exercising less.”

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Alec Baldwin is known for uttering hilarious 30 Rock quotes. But on a more serious note, the actor writes on the Huffington Post about a topic that he takes very seriously - animal rights. Specifically, as they pertain to Michael Vick.

In a 60 minutes interview and a written apology this week, the football star-turned-dogfighting kingpin has begun the process of rehabbing his image.

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