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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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If the ratings for Dancing with the Stars rise on season 10 in the male demographic, there will be one person to thank for that uptick: Erin Andrews.

The gorgeous ESPN reporter has campaigned for awhile for a spot on the competition. Starting on March 22, she'll have her opportunity, going up against Kate Gosselin, Pamela Anderson and other aspiring hoofers.

Learn more about Andrew below:

Professional partner: Maksim Chmerkovskiy
Alma mater: University of Florida
Hotness rating on a scale of 1-10: 17
Number of shady perverts that invaded her privacy: One
Previous dance experience: Member of the Dazzlers, the Florida Gators' basketball dance team
Connection to Playboy: Voted "America's Sexiest Sportscaster" by the publication in 2007 and 2008.
Odds of winning: 15-1

On DWTS

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On American Idol, he's known as "Big Mike."

This moniker, bestowed upon semifinalist Michael Lynche by Ryan Seacrest, refers to the former's massive stature. But it's also now appropriate for the impression made Lynche last night. It was BIG!

Belting out Kate Bush's "This Woman's Work," Lynch literally brought Kara DioGuardi to tears. She had to be comforted by Simon Cowell, while the crowd couldn't stop applauding.

Watch the performance below, and be warned Casey James: you're no longer the male favorite.

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As she supposedly struggles with postpartum depression, Kendra Wilkinson is opening up to the sources that will pay her help her the most: supermarket tabloids.

Earlier this month, the new mother told OK! Weekly she had suicidal thoughts soon after giving birth to Hank Baskett IV.

Now, in the latest issue of Us Weekly, Kendra goes into specifics about her post-pregnancy body issues.

"Having a different body was such a culture shock. I'm so used to being hot and fit... I did go through some depression," she says. "I love my legs, and I love my butt, but everything else I hate."

What secret saved Kendra's sex life?!? Even in this economy, how can you not shell out money to find out?

Even her breasts?!? Yes.

Wilkinson "went from a 34C to an E," she says, and "now that they're going down, they're a little bigger than I want. I want to even out my body a little."

Sounds perfect. She can get plastic surgery or lose more weight and - presto! - another magazine cover. She's good.

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Isabella Swan, I promise to love you, every moment... forever.

Yesterday, we gave Twilight Saga fans a glimpse at the first-ever trailer for Eclipse.

Today, we do them approximately one minute better: Summit Entertainment has released the full length preview for the third film in this franchise. Seen in the exciting video below:

  1. Taylor Lautner as Jacob, shirtless in one scene and pleading with Bella to choose him over Edward in another.
  2. Bryce Dallas Howard as Victoria.
  3. Bella and Edward in bed, wrestling with the most difficult choice they'll ever have to make.

Sit back, watch, enjoy and start counting down the days until June 30...

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Casey Johnson may have been a member of the ultra wealthy Johnson & Johnson family when she died this year, but her bank account did not represent a great fortune.

According to legal documents unearthed by TMZ, the troubled heiress passed away with approximately $75,000 in assets and no will.

Casey's father, the owner of the New York Jets, is asking the court to appoint him Special Administrator of his daughter's estate.

"It is necessary for him to take possession of all of the assets... as quickly as possible to preserve her estate from damage, waste, injury and publicity," reads the document in question.

Meanwhile, Casey's mom, Nancy Sale Frey Johnson, has custody of Casey's daughter, Ava. She'll likely begin legal procedures to adopt the tyke soon, a fact that won't sit well with Tila Tequila.

Then again, Tila Tequila might be dead. She hasn't Tweeted anything in days. Please be on the lookout for a crazy women wearing a fake pregnancy stomach.

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In Remember Me, Robert Pattinson plays Tyler. He's a straight shooter, someone that's confident in his ability to attract the opposite sex.

Considering his appearance, one would assume Pattinson possesses this same trait in real life. But one would be mistaken.

"When it comes to the opposite sex, I'm not as fully confident as [Tyler," the actor tells Parade in its latest issue. "I don't even remember the last time I asked someone out on a date... I'm much more self-conscious and not wanting to fail. So I tend to hold back."

That may have something to do with the fact that he doesn't need to, of course. Rob is dating Kristen Stewart.

As for Robert's ultimate goal? He touched on that, and a few other topics, in the magazine interview:

On his personal ambition: You keep trying to make your name stand for something other than just like meaningless celebrity. It's a difficult battle, but I think people like Johnny Depp have done that. He's not judged by his public image, it's just his acting that counts. To get to that place takes a lot of discipline and a lot of hiding.

On box office pressure: People always used to ask me about typecasting and I never had to really worry about it. You think people will judge you by your work. But the truth is, it's about whether the film you're in makes money or not.

On his past: I got beaten up by a lot of people when I was younger. I was a bit of an idiot, but I always thought the assaults were unprovoked. It was after I first started acting and I liked to behave like an actor, or how I thought an actor was supposed to be, and that apparently provoked a lot of people into hitting me.

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We love Adam Lambert and we admire the enthusiasm and loyalty of his fans.

But we got into a bit of a stand-off with them last month when THG ran a story that said Lambert "ripped" Susan Boyle, referring to her her album as "terrible" and her rendition of "Wild Horses" as laughable.

Supporters of this singer jumped down our throat for misquoting the superstar, claiming we were going after Google hits (via our harsh word choice) instead of the truth. This critique prompted us to pen an editorial in which we told Adam fans to "chill out."

Since then, we've made up... right, Lambert lovers? But we still feel the need to defend our professional integrity and state: Adam really doesn't like Boyle's work. In a new interview with The Herald Sun, he was asked about his comment and said:

"It came across a bit harsher than how it actually went down. But I'm not a fan of the record, it wasn't a lie."

Adam Image

Let's all move on now. Adam has. He talked about the perception of American Idol in the same interview:

"[People think] you come off the show and all of a sudden you are put in this machine and puppeted into this product. That's not my experience at all.

"I'm a pretty outspoken, upfront, forward type of person, and I have opinions about what I want to be as an artist. I told them I want to be glam, be pop, be rock, I want to be everything, blend it all together and have a great time doing it. Be theatrical and be out there."

That's certainly who Lambert is - and we adore him for remaining true to himself.

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Mark your calendars, Betty White supporters:

Following a Facebook campaign that resulted in over 350,000 signatures, fans have gotten their wish: the former Golden Girls star will host NBC's Saturday Night Live on May 8.

But the 88-year old won't take to the stage alone. In honor of Mother's Day, the edition will reunite six former female cast members as co-hosts: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Molly Shannon, Maya Rudolph, Ana Gasteyer and Rachel Dratch.

The Facebook campaign kicked off after White appeared in a Super Bowl commercial for Snickers, which SNL creator Lorne Michaels said "took on a groundswell.

"[White as the host] isn't something we would have said no to, [but the campaign] validated that... It was the outpouring of affection from fans, and we feel the same way."

Simply put, "she's the mother of us all in comedy," Michaels said.

Go ahead and set your DVR for this episode of the long-running sketch series. We'll wait right here.

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