Two years after the first Stand Up to Cancer special raised $100 million to fight this disease, Emmy, Oscar and Grammy winners gathered in Los Angeles for a live event, televised on all major networks, to do it all again.

"Cancer doesn't care how may Oscars you've won, or how many tough guys you've played," said Michael Douglas, who is battling stage-4 throat cancer, one of several past and current cancer patients who played a role on the special, including: Michael C. Hall, Christina Applegate, Maura Tierney, Lance Armstrong, Kareem Abdul Jabar, Fran Drescher, Kylie Minogue and Survivor's Ethan Zohn.

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Matt Kemp can't buy a hit to save his life these days, batting a paltry .182 with 21 strikeouts in his last 14 games and even riding the pine the last two nights.

Fortunately, the L.A. Dodgers outfielder is still a hit with Rihanna.

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Yankees star Alex Rodriguez may have hit his 11th home run during last night's game, but his most exciting trip around the bases took place hours later!

We mean he may be hitting it with Cameron Diaz.

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Her new album failed to land at the top of the charts during its first week of release, but Christina Aguilera still felt like a winner last night.

That's because the singer opened Game Six of the NBA Finals with a rousing rendition of the national anthem and then sat courtside as the Los Angeles Lakers pummeled the Boston Celtics 89-67, setting up a decisive Game Seven for the title tomorrow night.

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Throughout this week, all major networks descended upon New York City for their annual Upfront Presentations. At these events, each delivered its 2010-2011 primetime schedule.

We'd show you photos from the CBS festivites, but stars on that channel's shows are old.

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A slew of celebrities came out this week in support of a good cause.

For the third year in a row, Paper Magazine and H&M sponsored the Fashion Against AIDS Collection, an event meant to emphasize the need for safe sex.

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While President Barack Obama deals with rumors of an affair with Vera Baker, he got to take the night off from scandals, debates and politics in general at yesterday' White House Correspondents' Dinner.

The annual event brings celebrities together with politicians, as a comedian is chosen to host the evening and the President always takes the stage to poke fun at himself and his opponents.

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Created in 2002 as a response to the September 11 terror attacks in New York City, the Tribeca Film Festival is one of the most respected, popular events in the movie world.

Its long-term mission is to assist in the recovery of Lower Manhattan, but its short-term goals are to premiere a slew of independent films and feature a number of panel discussions with stars, producers and directors.

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