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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.

Recently going on record with how difficult it can be to balance life as an openly gay man with life as a a recording artist, Adam Lambert stopped and combined both worlds this week.

Prior to performing "A Change Is Gonna Come" in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, the singer told the crowd:

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Floyd Mayweather was served with a warrant in Las Vegas last night and arrested in connection with an alleged November assault against a security guard in his neighborhood.

The boxer was at a casino on the strip when police came for him, but he doesn't look too sad about getting booked, does he? Perhaps the black jack table was being even less kind to Mayweather than the cops that took him in...

Posted in: Celebrity Scandals

Amar'e Stoudemire isn't just scoring at a record pace for the Knicks (nine consecutive games of 30 points or more). He's also putting the ball in the hole away from Madison Square Garden!

According to The New York Post, Stoudemire has been spotted out on multiple occasions with Kanye West's ex, Amber Rose.

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It will be a quiet couple weeks across the television dial through January 1.

But once the calendar flips to 2011, viewers can look forward to weddings, murder mysteries and a lot more. Follow the links below, courtesy of our friends at TV Fanatic, but a glance at what's ahead on various shows...

Posted in: TV News

David Arquette has found it. Or, to be more accurate, David Arquette claims he never lost it.

A day after appearing on Howard Stern's radio show and answering in the affirmative to whether or not he's suffering a nervous breakdown, the actor has Tweeted a clarification to the 12 people who care about his mental status.

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Shelley Malil has been sentenced to life in prison.

The actor, who was found guilty in September of trying to murder his ex-girlfriend, will be eligible for parole in 12 years. At yesterday's hearing, he told the judge: "I want to do whatever I need to do to make sure I make right from the wrong that I did."

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