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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.

Whitney Houston passed away in February, but fans will still get a chance to watch her on the big screen in August.

That's because the singer had just finished filming Sparkle when she died, a remake of a 1976 movie in which she plays the matriarch of a musical family.

Posted in: Movie Trailers

We hope you are sitting down for this stunning piece of news: Forbes has ranked Kim Kardashian as the Most Overexposed celebrity in Hollywood.

Based on a survey conducted by Encino - a California-based E-Poll Research company - sixth-five percent of respondents said they believe this reality star is simply in the news too often, from headlines over her Kris Humphries divorce case to clearly photoshopped bikini photos that get plastered all over the Internet.

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Scotty McCreery took home the Academy of Country Music Award last night for New Artist of the Year, proving once again that American Idol really does crank out successful musicians.

But can the young crooner fend off a challenge here from Luke Bryan? That singer is coming at Scotty hard in the following Fashion Face-Off, just one day after firing up the ACM crowd on stage with a rendition of "I Don't Want This Night to End," the second single off his 2011 album "Tailgates and Tanlines."

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In a casting move that is likely to stir up a bit of controversy, Ashton Kutcher will portray Steve Jobs in an upcoming movie.

The Two and a Half Men star will take on the iconic role of the Apple founder in Jobs, an independent film written by Matt Whiteley and directed by Joshua Michael Stern. It will begin shooting next month.

Posted in: Ashton Kutcher

It's sort of official: Jack and Jill is the worst movie ever made.

For the first time since its inception, The Razzie Awards - the anti-Oscars, previously held the evening before the Academy Awards - were held on April Fool's Day this year, dishonoring the lamest in cinema from 2011.

Posted in: Adam Sandler