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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.

While fans and critics debate the beauty of her wedding dress in the States, Kim Kardashian has jetted off to Europe with new husband Kris Humphries.

Multiple sources confirm that the newlyweds landed in Paris this week and then headed to Italy, where a limousine was waiting in Naples to take the couple to a cruise ship. They're expected to hit the waters of the Mediterranean for a week, with stops in towns such as towns of Amalfi and Positano.

Posted in: Kim Kardashian

After a decade of dating, Sara Gilbert and Allison Adler have called it quits.

The Talk host and the television producer will share custody of their children (Levi, 6, and Sawyer, 4), according to People, which first reported this split. Gilbert's rep confirms it and describes the parting as "completely amicable."

Posted in: Celebrity Break-Ups

Jessica Beagley has been convicted of child abuse by an Alaskan jury.

The 36-year old mother of six was featured on an episode of Dr. Phil, during which viewers were shown a video that depicted and/or explained all the way she disciplined her son, 7. Among them: jumping jacks until exhaustion, cold showers and the forced imbibing of hot sauce.

Posted in: Celebrity Scandals

Glen Campbell, the country music legend who was diagnosed with Alzeheimer's in June, sat down with his wife, Kim, and Terry Moran of ABC World News last night.

During a few pauses in conversation, Campbell relied on Kim to fill in some blanks ("I'm going to be right in the middle of a sentence, man, and it just goes" he said.), but he seemed to focus when the topic of his 30-year marriage came up.

Posted in: Music

A pair of THG favorites are about to hit the big screen together, as Paul Rudd and Elizabeth Banks anchor the cast of Our Idiot Brother, which comes out on Friday.

The title pretty much makes it clear, but the film centers around Rudd's Ned, the runt of a beautiful litter that includes sisters played by Banks, Emily Mortimer and Zooey Deschanel. The former told Movie Fanatic that she can relate to the concept:

Posted in: Movie Trailers