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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 her upcoming memoir, "A Helluva High Note," former American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi writes about her successful career in the music business.

But it's DioGuardi's personal past that is getting attention right now, as excerpts of the book have been released and they focus on a pair of traumatic experiences: molestation and date rape.

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In the latest issue of Esquire, Evan Rachel Wood confirms what many have suspected for a long time: she's bisexual.

"I was always into very androgynous things. Guys, girls... I'm into androgyny in general," the actress tells the publication, adding this trait attracted her to ex Marilyn Manson."I think one of the things that freaked people out so much is that we looked so different."

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Before Miley Cyrus embarks on her Gypsy Heart Tour on April 27, she has a message for fans and followers: "My family is good."

The singer made this statement to The Associated Press, clearing up months of rumors and controversy, most of it centered on her parents' split, subsequent reconciliation and the scandalous comments her father made in between.

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Contrary to what the following magazine cover states, Kim Kardashian is not marrying Kris Humphries this year.

But the reality star is doing what she does best in an interview with Life & Style: talking about her personal life in hypothetical, vague terms in order to make headlines for no valid reason whatsoever.

Posted in: Kim Kardashian

The future of soap operas is officially bleaker than that of Lindsay Lohan's movie career, following the decision by ABC yesterday to cancel One Life to Live and All My Children.

The daytime dramas were on the air for 43 years and 40 years, respectively, and will be replaced by a pair of horrifically-named talk shows: The Chew, featuring Mario Batali; and The Revolution, starring Tim Gunn.

Posted in: TV News