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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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Marysol Patton is off to a stellar start as a reality star.

The Real Housewives of Miami cast member was busted on suspicion of drunk driving in January 2010, according to the Florida State Attorney's Office. She avoided jail time by pleading no contest to a lesser charge of reckless driving.

What makes this story even better? Her mother was arrested for the same crime a few months later!

Mother/Daughter Mug Shots

Elsa Patton was busted for DUI in October.

The 76-year-old's case was dismissed in December, however, when her arresting officer failed to show up in court to testify. Still, the result is our first-ever set of parent/child mug shots! It's very exciting.

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Man. For a few days there, everything was fine between Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett.

They posed on a tabloid cover, they claimed they were expecting another child, they put to rest rumors of a divorce. But something went terribly wrong in the past week, forcing Kendra to tell her man, in loud, upper case letters: IT'S OVER!

It's Totally Over!

What happened? It's difficult to say.

But in one of the funnier quotes in recent memory, Kendra - the woman who concocted a story about a miscarriage and who misleads the public every chance she can profit from it - apparently said she is "tired of pretending."

Next, Michael Lohan will say he's tired of caring more about publicity than parenthood.

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We're very sorry to report that Justin Bieber has been shot and killed...

... on the hit CBS show CSI, that is!

The 16-year old continued to expand his resume by appearing on that drama last night in the role of troubled teen Jason McCann. Near the conclusion of the episode, his character was taken out in an exchange of gun fire. It was the most adorable death in the history of television. See for yourself:

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WOW!! Where do the mags come up with this stuff? And claiming exclusives? Come on now. - Kourtney Kardashian, in response to OK! Weekly claiming she and Scott Disick were engaged, the proposal to be featured on the season finale of her reality show.

It's important to note: nowhere in that Tweet does Kourtney deny the report.

Rumors of Kourtney's engagement - a source says she "wears the ring at home" all the time - is now fueled by a second tabloid covering the same story, although its credibility must be questioned because it also states Kim Kardashian is engaged to Kris Humphries. She's not.

Possibly Engaged

By now, we can only hope consumers are catching on:

The Kardashians rake in MILLIONS by letting magazines plaster their faces on the cover. No harm is done, the sisters can speak out against the reports, thereby bringing attention to publication and raising sales figures. Everyone wins.

Except the ignorant patrons who purchase these rags.

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Camille Grammer will NOT attend the February 25 wedding between Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Walsh. But the reality star absolutely WILL talk at length about it. Truly shocking, we know.

"I don't want to be involved with the wedding, not at all," Camille tells People. "But I don't begrudge him his happiness."

Camille Picture

Instead of attending her ex-husband's nuptials, Camille will sit in the first row for daughter Mason's talent show. In case you hadn't heard, her children are her number-one priority these days.

Well, number-two. The first remains dragging out her status on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

"I'm completely on the fence and I've spoken to producers and that's something that we need to decide together," she says of deciding to come back for season two or not. "There's a part of me that really wants to do it and there's another part that's nervous because of what I've experienced with it."

Wanna see ALL parts of Camille? Check out her Playboy pics!

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Having just recovered from the presence of Jersey Shore, the good folks of The Sunshine State must next deal with The Real Housewives of Miami. We're very sorry for them.

The first season of this new Bravo franchise kicks off on February 22 and the cast members spoke to The Miami New Times this week about what we can expect. Read on for excerpts from the interview...

The Real Housewives of Miami Cast Members

Why did you sign on for this show?
Lea Black: At the time I wasn't sure. And now, I think its become a phenomenon. I think Bravo has created a pop culture phenomenon. At first, I had trepidations about it... It didn't start out as a Housewives show. It kind evolved into one. And I guess, just live life and see what happens. Take your chances and go for it.

What kind of drama can we expect?
Lea: It's going to be fun above the belt drama. I think that Bravo is a master at creating fabulous reality television. I think what they have done is take the best of everything, and make it fun, exciting, and upbeat. There is quite a bit of drama, but I wouldn't say it's hair pulling, table flipping drama. I would say it is a different type of drama. People will be fascinated by the characters.

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Charlie Sheen is hilarious. The guy has absolutely no remorse over any actions, joking in interviews this week about how much we should all praise him for doing such a stellar job while hungover.

But then we're forced to remember: the guy does have two young children. What must they think of their dad?

Denise Richards addressed this question during an appearance on The View that will air today. She said of her ex-husband:

"There are times where his life is more colorful than others, more public than others, and as the kids get older it's a difficult thing... this was a subject I had hoped to talk with my children about as they got older. But it's hard."

Hey, that's what Kacey Jordan said!

But, seriously, how does Richards explain Sheen's problems to Sam, 6, and Lola, 5? She says she uses books.

"There are images and pictures that a child can understand. I don't know what they fully comprehend from these conversations. They don't know what some of these things are. So I do the best I can and it's not easy."

Darn you, Charlie Sheen! You've actually made us feel sorry for Denise Richards.

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Before American Idol picked up and took its show to Las Vegas - where contestants will be challenged by The Beatles next week - the show narrowed its numbers of contestants from 100 to 60.

Which hopefuls separated themselves from the pack, at least for one week?

Below, we've posted videos of such impressive talents as Lauren Alaina, Chris Medina, Thia Megia, Colton Dixon, Robbie Rosen and Brett Loewenstern. Sit back, give each one a listen and choose an early favorite...

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It's very early on season 10 of American Idol, but one thing appears clear: we're in for many weeks of contrasting auditions and artists.

Take John Wayne Schulz and his restrained, collected, acoustic cover of "Landslide." Simple, straightforward, impressive.

Now, compare that to the emotion delivered by Jacob Lusk last night, as this hopeful scatted one moment and soared the next while giving viewers a rendition of "God Bless the Child." He even brought himself to hysterical tears by doing so. Might this be the John Boehner of American Idol contestants?

Watch for yourself:

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He's a former recording artist and a professional cowboy. He's also an early American Idol favorite.

During the final round of Hollywood auditions last night, John Wayne Schulz confidently took to the stage, guitar in hand, and dedicated his rendition of Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide" to his mother, who was in the audience.

He gave it a simple, country spin, earning a brief duet with Jennifer Lopez, as that judge sung along with Schulz for a few seconds. That's always a good sign for any contestant. Watched John Wayne in action and sound off: He has to be among the top contenders at this point, right?