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I am a senior staff writer at THG and a big fan of Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Robert Pattinson. I believe Kim Kardashian is bad for society, but great for attention, and that The Real Housewives should all be banned from existence.

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With The Hunger Games casting rumor mill spinning wildly - Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss? - a young actress on a hit show wants to make it clear: she'll take the lead role!

"Katniss is such an incredible character," Troian Bellisario told E! News this week."She is in such a creatively beautiful world and such dire circumstances, but she’s also such a strong girl that’s becoming a woman and I would love to play that."

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The Pretty Little Liars star hasn't auditioned, but says:

"I know that we’ve been talking to the people about at least getting me in the room. And the fans have been really supportive in my lust for that role and I just hope that they keep voicing their opinions.”

What do you think of Bellisario as Katniss? Would she be a good choice?

 

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In an interview that won't air until March 21, Kendra Wilkinson tells Ellen DeGeneres that she has come really far in life.

"I feel so grown up. I feel so mature. I feel that I'm where I need to be," the Dancing with the Stars favorite said. "After learning how to dance, I come home and teach my husband all my moves and my son is watching... It's a family affair now. It's a family thing."

Kendra Wilkinson Book Signing

That just makes it so much sadder that Kendra and Hank Baskett are clearly headed for divorce.

As for Hugh Hefner's engagement to Crystal Harris, Kendra says she spoke to her former, elderly lover and wishes him the best:

"He really seems happy. You have to be happy for someone that's happy like that. I'm happy for him. If that's what he wants to do, if that's where he wants to be in life, I'm there for him. I'm one of his best friends."

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American Idol delivered a pair of contrasting, impressive performance on its first finalist results show of the season last night.

First, Adam Lambert went acoustic on an inspiring version of "Aftermath," receiving a standing ovation for his effort.

Then, Diddy Dirty Money (we think that's his name these days) took to the stage, accompanied by Skylar Grey, and gave the audience a version of the hit "Coming Home." He also gave the contestants some advice:

"I would say you get out of life what you put into it. You have to keep on practicing, keep on rehearsing... Keep God first in your life and don't stop. Don't ever stop."

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An event-filled month for Charlie Sheen turned especially noteworthy yesterday, as the actor reached a custody agreement with ex-wife Brooke Mueller.

Details were not disclosed, but Muller is expected to drop her restraining order and Sheen will soon have access again to sons Bob and Max. (Side note: pray for sons Bob and Max.) Said the two sides' attorneys in a joint statement:

"Brooke and Charlie have reached an agreement that resolves their differences. For the benefit of the children, the terms of their agreement will not be disclosed. They ask the public for privacy on this matter."

Following this arrangement, Sheen was caught by surprise later Thursday night, when police raided his house in apparent response to a call that said the actor had threatened to harm himself with a gun.

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He was introduced by Ryan Seacrest as the person who "truly set the bar for style and spectacle on this stage."

From there, one of the show's all-time favorites toned down his usual performance style, sat on a stool and gave viewers a stripped-down version of "Aftermath," a song with a vital message: You are not alone.

Starting now, fans can actually visit Lambert's official site and purchase the remixed version of this same single, with proceeds benefiting The Trevor Project. It's a worthwhile cause, sponsored by a talented artist.

What did you think of Adam's acoustic return to Idol?

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Following performances by Adam Lambert and Diddy Dirty Money, the first American Idol finalist received the news he/she was fearful to hear tonight: it was time to go home.

Who would the unlucky contestant be? Ashthon Jones, who sang Diana Ross one more time for the judges in an attempt to stave off elimination. Alas, it wasn't meant to be, as Jennifer Lopez broke the news to the hopeful: "Not this time, baby, I'm sorry. And it was unanimous."

Jones proceeded to break down in tears and was comforted by her fellow finalists as the credits rolled.

Ashthon Jones on Stage

Did Ashthon Jones deserve to be eliminated this week?

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Charlie Sheen's Korner. It's a complicated place.

Sometimes, porn stars reside there. Other times, you are by yourself, ranting to an associate over the phone. A phone made by trolls, that is.

But one thing is certain: Chuck Lorre is never invited to hang out there. That guy is a feeble abortion who should never have survived. No, really. Listen to Sheen make that accusation in this kollection of videos from Sheen's Korner:

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Thia Megia kept it simple on American Idol last night.

The young singer took to the stage and covered "Smile" on this week's performance show, earning a comparison to Michael Jackson and Adele from Randy Jackson. But Steven Tyler found the rendition "a little pitchy," while Jennifer Lopez said she found the arrangement "interesting."

That's code for: I disliked it.

What did you think of Thia's audition?

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They've lost Bethenny Frankel and they’ve added Cindy Barshop. What will this mean for The Real Housewives of New York City what they return on April 7?

Based on the following promo, it will mean man-hunting for The Countess and Sonja are man-hunting... a possible pregnancy for Ramona... a changed Jill... and a frolicking Kelly. What else can fans expect from the fourth season of this franchise?

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Adam Lambert is giving American Idol viewers an extra special reason to tune in to tonight's results show: the former runner-up will perform an acoustic version of the single "Aftermath."

Following this rendition, a remixed version of the song will be available on Adam's official site, with a portion of the proceeds going toward The Trevor Project, a crisis intervention and suicide prevention organization for LGBTQ youth.

Listen to the remix here and then decide if it's worth a download:

Says Lambert of the track:

“[“Aftermath”]... was written about finding the courage to be honest with yourself and the people who love you. It’s about facing adversity and taking risks in the name of personal liberation. The song takes on different meanings to different listeners. I hope this song inspires people to be who they truly want to be... And dance!”