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It might be hard for Willow Smith to whip her hair these days.

The famous, talented daughter of Will and Jada showed up on Friday at Madison Square Garden for Z100's Jingle Ball with a retroactive bowl cut. It's quite a departure from the extensions that helped Willow's recent rise to stardom.

Which look do you prefer? Sound off now.

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Nikki Sixx has the easiest job in Hollywood: be a better mate to Denise Richards than Charlie Sheen was during his marriage to this Z-list actress.

The Motley Crue bassist has been neighbors with Richards for years, Us Weekly reports, with the relationship recently taking a turn to the romantic.

Tournament of THG Couples Bracket

"They have a lot in common and are taking things slowly," a source tells the magazine, adding that the pair was spotted at Marmalade Cafe in Calabasas on Sunday morning.

Sixx is a former heroin addict who has been married to two Playboy models and dated Kat Von D for almost two years.

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Controversial liberal filmmaker Michael Moore and other celebrities are putting their names and bank accounts on the line for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Assange, who was arrested for sex crimes in the UK last week, remains in custody pending an appeal by authorities against a judge's decision to grant him bail.

He has vowed to fight extradition to Sweden, arguing that the charges against him are politically motivated and designed to deflect attention from WikiLeaks.

Maybe Moore can also front Assange a new haircut?

This stance has won him some high-profile backing, as was shown at a hearing Tuesday when some notable faces entered Westminster Magistrates Court.

He also found prominent support from here in the U.S., as Michael Moore pledged $20,000 from "his own pocket" to ensure the embattled Assange's freedom.

The director of Bowling for Columbine and Farenheit 9/11 said he backs Assange and will do "anything else I can do to keep WikiLeaks alive and thriving."

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... Joslyn James!

Just kidding. How hilarious would that be, though. Tiger Woods' mistresses deserve at least a dishonorable mention for all the amusement they've brought us.

Ironically, the actual winner of People's arbitrary Woman of the Year honor was no doubt bolstered by a cheating scandal - of which she was on the raw end.

Time just named Mark Zuckerberg Person of the Year. Who do you think captured People's less famous, female-only distinction? Follow the jump to see...

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THG Asks!

Welcome to THG's new feature, in which two of our celebrity gossip experts debate topical issues in the entertainment world and you decide who wrote the winning argument!

Today, THG Asks: Does Miley Cyrus deserve the criticism over her infamous bong video?

YES by Hilton Hater

Legality does not equate to morality. At age 18 and partying in California, no one can argue that Miley Cyrus wasn't within her rights to smoke salvia out of a bong.

But is that the only criteria by which we judge celebrities, whether or not they can get arrested for an act?

Miley isn't stupid. She's aware that cameras follow her around and that her fans are mostly young girls. In exchange for the popularity and money she's earned in her career, is it really too much to ask to refrain from harmful acts in public?

The law isn't the issue here. It's the impression Cyrus gives off. Heck, she could star in an adult film tomorrow and police couldn't do a thing. But would supporters back this decision, as well, simply because Miley isn't violating any laws?

NO by Free Britney 

Some people, including my colleague Hilton Hater, have it out for Miley Cyrus. They scrutinize everything she does until they find something to whine about.

Surely Miley could be smarter about some decisions. That makes her no different from any teen. In this case, though her actions were harmless and LEGAL.

What youngster doesn't experiment in their formative years? People quick to bash Miley should look in the mirror, and be thankful she isn't doing much worse.

Just because she's a star doesn't make her a role model 24/7 (parents need to step up if kids really think this), and even if it did, this wouldn't be THAT bad.

The only real question here: How's the view up there, Bill O'Reilly? Like what you see, Dr. Drew? Hilton Hater? Wonder what it's like to sit atop such a high horse.

THG Asks you ... does Miley deserve criticism? Who won this argument?


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Since he first graced the American Idol stage, Adam Lambert has handled the topic of his homosexuality with grace and maturity.

That's continued to this day, including a recent visit to France, where a reporter asked Adam if he gets bothered by how often his sexual preference comes up in interviews.

No Controversy Here

"It doesn't bother me," he said. "When I'm abroad, people mostly ask me why they talk about it so much in the U.S.! And it's normal, because there are very few openly gay artists. I just don't want it to overshadow my music, and this can be the case because of the media, who have a tendency to sensationalize the issue.”

Lambert was also asked about the single "Aftermath," which seems to focus on the issue of one coming out.

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The speculation was inevitable.

With the Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds breakup catching us all by surprise yesterday, rumors are flying about Ryan and his Green Lantern co-star.

But don't believe everything you hear about them ... probably.

Are Blake and Ryan more than co-stars? Will they be?

Scarlett and Ryan's public line about ut ending amicably, with "love and kindness," and so on seems hard to believe. But that doesn't mean Blake is behind it.

Rumblings of Reynolds and Lively canoodling and flirting have indeed surfaced in recent weeks (she's also newly single), and will likely increase now.

The press tour for Green Lantern is set to kick off post-New Year's, and the rumor mill will be buzzing with Blyan spending so much time together.

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Mark Zuckerberg has beaten out an assortment of trapped miners, a group of bitter voters and a shady Internet activist for the title of Time's Person of the Year.

Handed out since 1927, this honor is described by the magazine as the individual who "has done the most to change the news, for better or worse." Past recipients have ranged from Adolf Hitler to The Computer to Bill Clinton.

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Did Mark Zuckerberg have a greater societal impact  this year than Kim Kardashian? Discuss now!

Writes Time in its profile: "In less than seven years, Mark Zuckerberg wired together a twelfth of humanity in a single network... It's a permanent fact of our global social reality. We have entered the Facebook age, and Mark Zuckerberg is the man who brought us here."

Runners-up in 2010 included the Tea Party, Julian Assange, Hamid Karzai and the Chilean Miners. Think this publication made the right choice?


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Usher is under pressure these days.

The burden of being the next Michael Jackson would take its toll on any man. Not sure who is pressuring him to assume that role, but he feels under the gun.

"You know, we lost Michael Jackson. A lot of pressure is on me," he confesses to the Daily Star, and while "I don't mind taking it," it's also not an easy task.

Usher at the VMAs

THE NEXT MJ? It's a challenge, but Usher won't back down.

"I want to make sure that you get that type of experience that leaves you saying, 'OMG'. The impression I like to leave is that this guy is really stepping it up to a level where people can hopefully compare me to Michael Jackson."

"I basically tear myself apart inside, emotionally, energetically, connecting with you and making sure that you enjoy this moment."

Dude ... chill.

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Like Saved By the Bell, MTV's Teen Mom is ready to debut its new class. Only with babies, and with knocked up teens instead of Zach Morris knock-offs.

With Leah Messer (pictured) and her ilk taking center stage, Us is all over it like ... Us on the original Teen Mom stars. Or The Hills cast prior to that.

The question? Can Leah & Co. captivate the masses like Amber Portwood, Farrah Abraham, Maci Bookout and the O.G. momz? Only time will tell ...

Teen Mom II!

TEEN MOMS TAKE TWO: Abusive exes! Families torn apart! Drama!

Without question, the reality show struck a chord with viewers and celebrity gossip readers alike. Does it glorify teen pregnancy, especially by casting a new group of pregnant youngsters who have presumably seen the first season by now?

Will you watch the new season? Talk to THG!

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