Already embroiled in controversy over her recent disclosure of diabetes, Paula Deen is now accused of sexual harassment in the termination of an employee.

The queen of Southern fried cooking nixed allegedly philandering general manager of one of her restaurants because, as she put it, "If you think I have worked this hard to lose everything because of a piece of p**sy, you better think again."

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On the bright side, this may make people forget about that whole drunken-hamburger video...

Actor-turned-singer-turned-occasional-trainwreck David Hasselhoff performed a show at the IndigO2 in London over the weekend, singing songs in a variety of get-ups, from a lifeguard costume to a long-haired wig to an Adolf Hitler mustache and suit.

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Attention, horny men searching the Internet for photos of naked celebrities: today is your day! Maybe.

Not long after photos of Olivia Munn nude supposedly surfaced online, self-snapped shots of Mad Men star Christina Hendricks have also popped up; although, like Munn, the actress denies the most revealing photo is actually of her.

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The full-frontal nude photo circulating around the Internet this weekend purportedly of Olivia Munn is a phony, according to sources close to the actress.

Several Olivia Munn pics hit the web, appearing to show the Daily Show correspondent naked or close to it, allegedly having been hacked from her phone.

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Rapper Young Buck was nearly killed in an attempted drive-by this weekend. His car took 11 shots, but he emerged unscathed, according to Nashville's WSMV-TV.

Metro Police said that Young Buck's car was hit 11 times at approximately 3:30 a.m. Sunday when a white Chevrolet Tahoe rolled up, drove by it and opened fire.

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Rush Limbaugh is literally paying for the comments he made this week about Sandra Fluke.

On Thursday, the Georgetown University Law School student - who has been a vocal supporter of the Obama administration's decision to require insurance companies, even those used by religiously-affiliated employers, to cover the cost of contraception - was denied a chance to speak at a House Oversight and Government Reform hearing on religious liberty and birth control.

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