Kris Humphries was rarely featured on offense for the New Jersey Nets this season, doing his damage mostly on second chances while averaging three offensive rebounds per game.

But the power forward will get his time in the spotlight on E! this summer, as Kim Kardashian confirms an abundance of her boyfriend on the new season of her family's heavily scripted reality show.

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Scotty McCreery pressed the right emotional buttons on American Idol last night.

First, the country crooner honored his country, putting on a simple performance of Alan Jackson's "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)," an apt choice considering the recent killing of Osama Bin Laden.

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Haley Reinhart had a moment on American Idol last night.

That's what Randy Jackson said about the finalist's cover of "I Who Have Nothing." Haley was joined on stage by a string section and responded perfectly to Lady GaGa's advice to give fans "drama."

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Lauren Alaina got personal on American Idol this week, performing the Martina McBride hit "Anyway" because "I can really relate to it, with all the devastation in my hometown and the South from the tornadoes last week."

From there, the finalist did McBride and everyone who suffered through such a tragedy proud, belting out a cover that caused Steven to say she broke his heart and J. Lo to gush:

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James Durbin opened and closed American Idol last night.

The aspiring rock star kicked off the final four performance show with a rendition of one of the most popular songs of all-time: Journey's "Don't Stop Believing." He did so with a full band and was showered with praise afterward, with Randy saying: "That was the highest degree of difficulty - and you did it!"

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Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and her suddenly-famous younger sister Pippa may be best friends, but that doesn't mean they're unlike most siblings.

"There is a healthy competition between the two," royal watcher Katie Nicholl tells Us. "Certainly when it comes to looks, there is a little friendly rivalry."

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The Hunger Games has rounded out its Tributes.

Alexander Ludwig and Isabelle Fuhrman have landed the key roles of Cato and Clove in the film, the District 2 representatives who serve as major foils for Katniss and Peeta during the Games themselves.

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