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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.

In case the rash of superhero movies and sequels wasn't evidence enough that Hollywood is out of ideas...

Lionsgate has confirmed plans to remake Dirty Dancing, the iconic film that launched the careers of Jennifer Grey and certified Patrick Swayze as a true, hip-swiveling hunk.

Posted in: Movie News

If you wanna be Geri Halliwell's lover, folks, a spot has opened up.

The former Spice Girls member is reportedly "heartbroken," sources tell The Daily Mirror, because she has split from long-time boyfriend Henry Beckwith. The couple dated for two years, but a "major row" a few weeks ago has caused Beckwith to move back to South West London.

Posted in: Geri Halliwell

George Clooney and his new hook-up have returned from Italy... and are still going at it!

Sources say Stacy Keibler and the Oscar winner are "more than just a fling," as the former WWE Diva was photographed driving her car through the gates of Clooney California's home on Sunday afternoon. As of this morning? She still hadn't left.

Posted in: George Clooney

We're still months away from the March 23 release of The Hunger Games, the wildly-anticipated movie adaption of Suzanne Collins' best-seller.

But Lionsgate has already announced the premiere date of Catching Fire, the second novel in this suspense and love-filled trilogy. It will hit theaters on November 22, 2013.

Posted in: The Hunger Games

Lauren Alaina is ready to take the music world by storm. Or at least by sweet, sentimental melody.

The American Idol runner-up has released her first-ever music video, honoring the parent who helped guide her along a path to success with "Like My Mother Does." It's the same single she unleashed on the world near the end of her season 10 run.

Posted in: Lauren Alaina

It's the one thing on which voters and politicians from both sides of the aisle can agree: few events this year were more moving than the return of Gabrielle Giffords to Congress last week.

Now, the owners of the Arizona grocery store in front of which Giffords and voters gathered prior to the tragic shooting that left multiple people dead and the Congresswoman hospitalized say they plan on honoring the victims with a monument.

Posted in: Gabrielle Giffords