The Amanda Knox story is coming to bookshelves near you.

According to reports, she's signed with a powerful literary agent in D.C., Robert Barnett, who has brokered book deals for some of the biggest names imaginable. Think Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin.

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It's that time of the year again.

With 2011 drawing to a close, THG is here to present our 5th annual Celebrity of the Year Award. Before we arrive at the top spot, however, we're counting down from number-10, honoring those that delivered the best scandals, most raunchy sex tapes and most ridiculous shenanigans of the past 12 months.

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Kim Richards is headed to rehab.

The Real Housewife of Beverly Hills spent a majority of last season denying she had a drinking problem, even after her sister called her out for it on the show's finale. But the following video - in which Richards acts clearly affected by some kind of substance - along with other instances have convinced this 47-year old she needs help.

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She used to running after her eight children and used to chase Jon Gosselin around like a grating banshee, so it's no surprise that Kate Gosselin finished a marathon Sunday.

The reality mom, who bundled up on an unusually chilly night in Las Vegas, with a top that said "Finishing Is Winning," ran it in just 4 hours, 59 minutes and 21 seconds.

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Dr. Conrad Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson's death, but the late singer's former dermatologist, Dr. Arnold Klein is under investigation by the Medical Board of California for his past treatment of his famous patient.

Klein has been accused - by Murray and others - of fueling MJ's addiction to prescription painkillers, and has been subpoenaed by the Board for questioning.

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For its annual Sportsman of the Year honor, Sports Illustrated simply could not choose between a pair of iconic coaches.

Therefore, both Pat Summitt and Mike Krzyzewski have been recognized by the magazine, with the University of Tennessee Women's Basketball Coach and the Duke University Men's Basketball Coach covering the latest issue of the publication:

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