LeAnn Rimes, country star and wife of Eddie Cibrian, is reportedly mulling a tell-all book in which she speaks candidly about romance, marriage and divorce.

The 29-year-old has been a celebrity gossip staple since her affair with now-husband Eddie Cibrian - a tryst that broke up both of their marriages at the time.

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Let's give Amanda Bynes credit: the actress didn't merely get arrested for DUI early this morning. She made her arrest count!*

As first reported by TMZ, Bynes was busted around 3 a.m. in West Hollywood after she attempted to pass a police car in hew BMW... and ended up side-swiping the vehicle!

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Jennie Garth is going through a rough patch these days now that she and husband Peter Facinelli announced plans to divorce, but she's hanging in there nicely.

Appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Thursday night, she opened up about life following the breakup and leaving L.A. for more wide open spaces.

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Google's Project Glass demo, unveiled earlier this week, offers a behind the scenes look at the future of artificial intelligence, at least as the company sees it.

Through augmented-reality glasses, which Google co-founder Sergey Brin was spotted wearing, the tech behemoth demonstrates in the following video, from the wearer's perspective, how they could be used during a day out in NYC:

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As Carrie Underwood sung about at this year's Academy of Country Music Awards, she can relate to being a "Good Girl." Can't all women, the American Idol champion says in the latest issue of Vegas?

The first single off Carrie's upcoming album is "about that girl that you know or you have been - I know and I have been this girl before - and she’s got stars in her eyes and the guy isn’t good enough for her and doing Lord knows what behind her back, and she thinks the world of him," Underwood tells the magazine, adding:

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The producers of Bully and the Motion Picture Association of America agreed on a unique compromise to re-release the controversial documentary film as PG-13.

The Weinstein Co., in response to its initial R ratingby the MPAA, made the unusual move of releasing the film in limited release without a rating at all.

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It's safe to say Gregg Williams will never coach in the NFL ever again.

Already suspended indefinitely by Commissioner Roger Goodell - due to his role in a New Orleans Saints bounty program, in which players under his control pooled money and offered it was a reward for debilitating hits - Williams is in the spotlight again this week because audio of a speech he delivered prior to a 2012 playoff game against the 49ers has been leaked.

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