In the tradition of all singing competitions, The X Factor aired a few catastrophes this week, from those who cannot carry a tune to those who drop their pants in the middle of the stage.

Wait... what?!? Yes, Geo Godley bared almost all on Wednesday night, making Nicole Scherzinger scream and accomplishing something even more impressive: making Simon Cowell speechless.

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Chris Brown made good on his promise to reward the fan who returned his $22,000 watch. An Ohio girl named Alisha got the VIP treatment last night!

Team Breezy rolled through the fan's hometown of Cincinnati, where he gave her two great seats to his concert at the city's Riverbend Music Center.

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There might be competition for Melanie Amaro after all.

While that 18-year old might be considered the very early X Factor front-runner, a 21-year old rugby coach named Caitlin Koch also took to the stage last night and performed a stripped down version of "Stop in the Name of Love." It prompted Simon Cowell to simply utter "wow" halfway into the song.

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Appearing on Ellen this week, Wanda Sykes opened up about a deeply personal, scary experience from earlier this year: the comedian was diagnosed with breast cancer.

She visited a doctor in February to undergo a breast reduction and, following a bit of lab work, was told she had ductal carcinoma in situ her left chest.

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George Clooney is the anti-Kim Kardashian.

He doesn't star in a sex tape, he possesses true talent, he is involved in numerous charities, his personality is more engaging than that of a mannequin. Oh, and you'll never find him on a social media network.

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It's the end of an era. A really long, cheesy era.

The legendary soap opera All My Children ends Friday after more than 40 years. Originally a half-hour show, AMC premiered in January 1970, it was later expanded to an hour. Thousands upon thousands of episodes followed.

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