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The new issue of Esquire features a new short story by Stephen King, as well as literary contributions by several other prominent authors of our time.

Supposedly, anyway. It's a bit difficult to focus on or care much about that when they put this picture of Bar Refaeli naked on the cover. Call us crazy.

Posted in: Bar Refaeli

Nadya Suleman has a message for fellow mega-mom Kate Gosselin: you need six more kids before you can be mentioned in the same breath as me stop judging me!

In an explosive new interview with Radar Online, a visibly agitated Octomom expressed frustration and rolled her eyes as she watched, for the very first time a tape, of Kate Gosselin's appearance on The Dr. Phil Show last February.

Posted in: Nadya Suleman

Britney Spears is off to London for the next leg of her Circus tour, but she spend the last week in California, hanging out with family and rumored love Jason Trawick.

She also filmed the music video for her new song, "Radar," which apparently featured her standing near a riding lawnmower, and did not require her to put on a bra.

Posted in: Britney Spears

Lauren Conrad is officially retired from reality TV and won’t be returning for the new season of The Hills this fall, but she has high hopes for it.

On her official site, the 23-year-old LC blogged some thoughts on saying goodbye to the MTV show that has chronicled her life for five seasons:

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Spencer Pratt's full rap music video for "I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here" - his debut single, as well as a marketing hook for the new reality show by the same name that he's starring on - has been released, and it is nothing short of amazing.

Fans of the self-proclaimed future of hip-hop should definitely watch the video below, so long as you don't mind a strong chance of moderate eye and ear bleeding.

Posted in: Heidi Montag

Jay Leno passes the Tonight Show baton to Conan O'Brien tonight, and we couldn't be happier. Seriously. We love David Letterman, but are much happier to see him go up against a formidable Conan than the utterly replaceable Leno.

In anticipation of Conan's first show, below is a look at one of his previous show's most genius creations - Triumph the Insult Comic Dog - talking to "Attack of the Clones" enthusiasts outside the Star Wars film's premiere in New York in 2002.

Posted in: Conan O'Brien