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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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What's next, Kim Kardashian will claim she has some kind of personality?

At a recent fundraiser, Scott Disick told People he's cleaned up his act in more ways than one. He's clean, sober and... kind?!?

"You know, I just realized there's bigger things in the world than just being a selfish, self-centered, prick," Scott said.

What a Disick

Disick sought professional help for alcohol and personality issues last summer and says it's a constant battle to remain a changed man.

"There's times that it's difficult but, you know, the good outweighs the bad," he says. "It's nice having a healthier lifestyle than I used to have."

To read more about what Disick has been up to, at least according to the latest E! script he followed, check out our in-depth review of Kourtney & Kim Take New York.

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While host Zach Galifianakis dressed up like Annie and shaved his head into a mohawk, this weekend's Saturday Night Live musical guest didn't take such drastic steps.

Instead, 22-year old British sensation Jessie J became the first artist to ever appear on this big stage prior to releasing an album, introducing herself to American viewers with a pair of performances: “Price Tag" and Mama Knows Best," the former of which featured B.o.B.

Tweeted Jessie after her performances: “I am so in a space of ‘omg wow’ right now... Thank you for believing in me :) USA I’m coming for ya."

Watch the singer in action now and sound off: Are we looking at Great Britain's next major import?

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Little Bob and Max Sheen turned two over the weekend and received the best birthday gift of all: a party that did not include their mentally unbalanced father.

The twins were feted at a backyard shindig hosted by Kathy Hilton and attended by such guests as Nicky Hilton, David Katzenberg and Adrienne Maloof. Brooke Mueller was especially relaxed at the event, a witness says.

Bob and Brooke

"Brooke seemed to have a good time... she seemed focused on her kids and nothing else," an onlooker told Us Weekly. "There was a lot of security outside at all times to make sure no uninvited guests got in. There was no sign of Charlie at the party."

As for the twins, who are at the center of Brooke's battle with her ex, and also of her upcoming reality show, which co-stars Kathy Hilton's daughter, Paris? They didn't seem fazed by the awful adults around them.

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He's spent years taking off his shirt and gyrating on stage, but that's nothing compared to what sources say we're about to see from Usher:

A sex tape featuring this artist and ex-wife Tameka Foster is being shopped around, sources tell TMZ.

That website claims it's actually seen footage from the alleged tape and confirms it's definitely Usher and the mother of his two kids, performing certain generous acts on one another.

Usher in France

Insiders surmise the sex tape may have been included in the items stolen from the singer's car in late 2009. At the time, Usher reported more than $1,000,000 worth of jewelry and electronics ganked.

OMG, indeed, folks. Women around the world aren't just dancing like it's the last night of their lives right now. They're dancing like they may soon see Usher naked.

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Nicki Minaj is not a whore bag, but she is excited: the artist is about to kick off a tour across the country with Lil Wayne.

"The last time I toured with Wayne I was onstage for three minutes," said Minaj to MTV, going back two years. "Now I have my own set, I have my own lighting, my own costumes, my own dancers, my own everything. And this is what I've been praying for [for] a very long time."

Nicki Photograph

Wayne admits he didn't see this kind of success coming for Nicki, but he's thrilled it's arrived:

"She's blossomed into a megastar with this new attitude and this style. Now when I talk to her, I just tell her, 'Do what you do, baby.' I used to be able to go into the studio and say, 'Nah, don't say that, don't say that.' You know, 'That was better.' Now, do what you do, baby. I don't have a clue about what you're doing right now, but it's working, do it."

[Photo: WENN.com]

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The same man who cracks us up each week with dry-witted 30 Rock quotes has grown (somewhat) serious when it comes to Charlie Sheen's career.

In an editorial for The Huffington Post, based on his own experiences with executives in the movie and TV business, Baldwin addresses the troubled actor and says: "You can't win. Really. You can't."

Meaning what, exactly? Baldwin gives us a look inside the industry and continues:

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  • Such a Winner

"No actor is greater than the show itself when the show is a hit. And, in that regard, [executives] are often right. Add to that the fact that the actor who is torturing their diseased egos is a drug-addled, porn star-squiring, near-Joycean Internet ranter, and they really want you to go."

Baldwin is correct that almost all hit shows remain popular and profitable after stars leave. Look at NYPD Blue, ER, CSI.

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So much for those John Stamos rumors.

The actor, who has been recurring on Glee this season, shot down chatter that he'd be taking over for Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men yesterday.

"I don't want to replace anyone, especially Charlie Sheen," Stamos told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS radio show. "It's just not where my head's at."

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Stamos does find the talk "flattering," but he says he has no idea how or why it started.

"Nobody has officially talked to me and, quite frankly, as flattering as it is... it's really not part of my career plan right now. I'm just on a different trajectory. I'm ready to have my own show."

So... it won't be Stamos. It won't be Rob Lowe. Will anyone take the gig? Got anyone in mind who would be a fit, THG readers?

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Selena Gomez has another message for the haters: check this out!

The young artist has debuted the official music video for "Who Says," a single she says is dedicated to her fans, but also as a way to overcome all the negativity on Facebook and Twitter.

Sadly, Selena should know. Just for following her heart and dating Justin Bieber, the star has been subject to a number of threats and insults.

Watch her overcome such chatter in the video here. What do you think of it?

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Yes, Ashthon Jones became the first season 10 finalist to be eliminated from American Idol. But don't feel sorry for this aspiring artist.

"I feel like it was all in God's timing, and He has something better for me," she tells E! News." I'm not saying American Idol was not [good], but something great is what I feel in my spirit right now, and I can't wait to see what is going to happen."

Ryan and Ashthon Jones

Jones did break down upon receiving news of her ousting, but assures fans: "I left those tears on the stage," concluding:

"That strength has nothing to do with me. That strength comes from God. I know a lot of people don't believe or don't understand what I'm saying, but that strength comes from up above."

Heading into the top 12 performance show on Wednesday, we'll take the early favorites and ask again: Who do you think will win?

 

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No wonder Jon Cryer wasn't that angry when Charlie Sheen went off on him this week, labeling him as a traitor and a troll. Turns out...

... the actor actually is a troll!

Admitted Cryer on Conan last night: "There's not a lot of tolerance for people like me... To avoid ignorance and bullying, I've had to hide the fact that I'm a troll. You have no idea how much time and money I've spent on electrolysis and hair dye and reconstructive surgery so I can look like this."

Other trolls in Hollywood, according to the sitcom star? Paul Giamatti, Helen Mirren and Andy Richter. But they can take solace in Cryer's comforting words:

"I'm here to tell you: It gets better. Not gay better. But sort of better."

See, don't worry about it, Charlie. No reason to issue an apology. Or even an apol.

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