Plenty of stars delivered strong routines on Dancing With the Stars Monday night. Chaz Bono was one of them. Chynna Phillips and Nancy Grace were not among them.

While you never know going into the results show, it seemed semi-clear who had a better path to safety than others. And it turned out our intuitions were correct.

Yes, folks, Beyonce really is pregnant.

Following an appearance on Australia's Sunday Night, in which she revealed her due month and said the impending baby has already "changed her life," a positively nutty rumor sprang up: the singer was donning a prosthetic baby bump because a surrogate was actually having her child, yet she wanted the publicity that came along with it.

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In their most striking piece of evidence yet, prosecutors showed jurors today an autopsy photo of Michael Jackson, dead and naked, his body lying on gurney.

The photo, admitted in Dr. Conrad Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial, was taken hours after the star died. MJ's death, as we know, was ruled a homicide.

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Dudley O’Shaughnessy has totally hung out with Rihanna a couple of times recently, but calling that "dating" would be premature, he says. Why? He's just too busy!

Despite going out with her more than once, Dud told The Mirror that he's too busy to continue anything with the singer. The British model/boxer, 21, tells the paper:

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In an interview just after Michael Jackson died, Dr. Conrad Murray told police he had no clue what medications the star had been prescribed by other physicians.

Murray also says Jackson never told him he was seeing other doctors - a clue as to how he may present a defense at his ongoing involuntary manslaughter trial.

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Tori Spelling is an excited new mother.

The actress and husband Dean McDermott welcomed their third child into the world yesterday, as confirmed by Spelling herself via Twitter:

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Alexander Skarsgard gets naked a lot in True Blood. This fact gets written about almost as often as anything else related to the HBO series, and the Swedish actor doesn't understand why.

"[Parents] in the States freak out if their kids see a nipple or a butt cheek, but at the same time they're OK with their kids watching people bash each other's heads in with baseball bats," the star says in the latest issue of Out magazine.

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