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The Hollywood Gossip utilizes social media to spread the word about celebrity and entertainment news, but this is actually an important situation.

Indiana University student Lauren Spierer went missing in the early morning hours Friday. A Facebook campaign has been launched to find her.

The first few days are the most critical with missing persons, as is the rapid sharing of any information that may exist about their whereabouts.

It's an example of the power of social media. We just hope it works in this case. Follow the link to do what you can to Find Lauren on Facebook or join this Facebook event.

Missing Lauren

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Her sister may be the Duchess of Cambridge now, but Pippa Middleton also caught the attention of millions tuning in to the British royal wedding last Friday.

Thanks to her white, body-hugging Alexander McQueen gown, some even say Pippa stole the spotlight from her older sister. We wouldn't go that far, but ...

The fascination with Pippa Middleton, Kate's maid of honor, has even spawned a Facebook page: The unofficial "Pippa Middleton Arse Appreciation Society."

It's been "Liked" by nearly 200,000 people and counting.

  • Pippa Middleton at the Royal Wedding
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Pippa does look unreal in that dress. Just saying.

Not shockingly, the younger Middleton sister has quickly become one of the U.K.'s hottest bachelorettes, although she may not be that way for much longer.

She brought rumored beau Alex Loudon, a cricket player turned businessman, as her date to the wedding, and the two are reportedly getting very serious.

Regardless, tabloid interest in Pippa's personal life should only increase, thanks to Kate marrying Prince William - and because she's a great catch herself.

"At heart, Pippa is a nice, smart girl who likes to party and have fun," a source told the Daily Mail. Not a lot to dislike about that combination, is there?

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Despite losing their appeal, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss are STILL going after Mark Zuckerberg, saying he and Facebook ruthlessly defrauded them.

The Winkelevoss twins are not giving up on their claims against Zuckerberg and the social networking site, which they claim was there idea originally.

They point to two damning IMs as proof that Zuck f*%ked them.

Winklevii and Zuck

Zuckerberg and Facebook settled with the genetic freaks for $65 million, but they've been trying to undo the deal, on grounds of fraud, to obtain more.

The Winklevii want a federal appellate court to reexamine their settlement with Facebook, acknowledge that the IMs are proof of fraud and nullify it.

Tyler and Cameron claim Facebook intentionally withheld messages sent by Mark saying, "Yeah, I'm going to f**k them ... probably in the [ear]."

In another IM, Zuckerberg allegedly told a friend:

"But [the twins] made a mistake haha. They asked me to make it for them. So I'm like delaying it so it won't be ready until after the facebook comes out."

Maybe The Social Network was more accurate than we thought ...

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Despite their claims that Facebook did not provide an accurate valuation, a judge ruled that Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss must accept their $65 million settlement from the social networking behemoth and move on. SUCKS for them.

A U.S. appeals court ruled that the settlement stands.

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan

The Winklevoss twins (seen here with the actor who portrayed them in The Social Network, Armie Hammer) say Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea.

Zuckerberg and Facebook settled with the twins in '08. The Winklevii have since tried to secure more $$ by claiming that Facebook is guilty of securities fraud.

Chief Judge Alex Kozinski wrote in Monday’s ruling that the twins already settled the dispute and signed a release of all claims against Facebook. End of story.

With both the district court and appeals court in agreement, it seems this may be the end of the Winklevosses’ claim to any additional shares of Facebook.

They will therefore have to cope with a mere $65 million to go with their genetically freakish good looks and Harvard degrees. Talk about getting shafted.

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Alexandra Lenas has officially changed Sean Parker's relationship status.

Parker, the co-founder of Napster and the founding president of Facebook portrayed by Justin Timberlake in The Social Network, is engaged, according to his rep.

Tamera Mowry, Adam Housley

He recently popped the question to Lenas, a New York-based singer/songwriter. Here's a photo of them from the Oscars earlier this winter. Congratulations!

Who doesn't LIKE a nice story such as this?

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Facebook CEO and world's youngest billionaire Mark Zuckerberg sure has found a new way to soften his image, which took a pounding in The Social Network:

Get a new puppy!

"Beast" looks like anything but. The two-month-old ball of fluff adopted by Mark and longtime partner Priscilla Chan is sure to elicit more than a few awwwws ...

Beast on Facebook

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Eminem has dethroned Lady Gaga as the most popular living person on Facebook, according to Famecount (dot) com. The Queen's reign lasted eight months.

With almost 29 million Facebook fans (people that "Like" is page), Eminem overtook Gaga, who still remains within a million fans of the rapper's overall total.

Only one person retains more Facebook popularity than Eminem - the late Michael Jackson. At just over 29 million Likes, Michael looks poised to fall to #2-3.

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  • A Popular Gal
  • A Popular Guy

FACEBOOK QUEEN AND KING: With a staggering total of 58 million fans between them, it's safe to say Gaga and Em rule Facebook. [Photos: Pacific Coast News]

Lady Gaga held the lead since June 25 of last year, when she overtook President Barack Obama (who has since fallen to 12th place among living humans).

On Twitter, Gaga's 8.4 million Little Monsters dwarfs Eminem's modest 3 million, while he lags both Gaga and Justin Bieber on Twitter and YouTube as well.

Whoever's #1, they're in a class by themselves. Perhaps the three can form a social media triumvirate, pooling resources en route to world domination.

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Already the reigning champion of prison Uno games and making it rain at strip clubs and impregnating women, Lil Wayne is now king of Facebook as well.

After Nabisco claimed to have made Facebook history by racking up 114,619 "Likes" for Oreo cookies in a 24-hour span, Weezy decided to step up.

Only five hours after Wayne proclaimed he was gunning for Nabisco's record, the rap star had secured a demonstrative, staggering 588,243 Likes.

The Carter

Nabisco? Is that you? Can't see you from way up here!

No word on how many of Weezy's many baby mamas Liked his page, or whether Justin Bieber is mulling his own bid for this social media record.

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Facebook stalking is one thing. We've all done it, am I right guys? Hello?

Okay then. Well, it's better than literal stalking, i.e. lurking at someone's house like a bona fide nut job. We're talking to you, Pradeep Manukonda. Creep.

Mark Zuckerberg obtained a restraining order against that man, who at first was badgering the Facebook CEO on his very site, then took it beyond that.

Manukonda is accused of leaving flowers and a handwritten note at his home, walking up to said home, and showing up at several Facebook offices looking for him.

According to the handwritten note and Facebook wall posts, Manukonda consistently referenced some problem that he wanted Mark Zuckerberg to help him with.

Probably couldn't figure out the privacy settings - those are beyond confusing.

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Three 'Bergs, one awkwardly funny opening SNL skit.

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg personally appeared on Saturday Night Live this weekend during host Jesse Eisenberg's opening monologue.

Eisenberg is nominated for a Best Actor Academy Award for his portrayal of Mark. Andy Samberg? No Oscar nominations, but he was also present.

After all the controversy surrounding The Social Network and its portrayal of the billionaire, it's nice to see there's no bad blood between them ...

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