You don't see Lauren Conrad nearly as often as you used to these days, and that's by design. After six-plus years of being filmed on Laguna Beach and The Hills, the SoCal cutie has been happy to fly under the radar a bit.

While we respect such a career move immensely, we do miss her on TV. The show just isn't the same with Kristin Cavallari as the central character. Come back, LC!

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This has been a lackluster season of Dancing with the Stars.

That has a lot to do with the abundance of Z-list celebrities, as few viewers got excited over Louie Vito or Mark Dacascos. But it also has a lot to do with another factor:

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Chris Brown has heard what Rihanna has to say about the beating he savagely administered in February – and he wishes she had just kept quiet about it.

Brown supports her right to tell her side of the story, but at the same time is not pleased with Rihanna's interview on Good Morning America and 20/20.

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From ridiculous New Moon hype to Adam Lambert boyfriends to Rihanna interviews, it sure was an eventful week in the world of celebrity gossip.

As always, we've got it all covered in The Hollywood Gossip's Week in Review! Some of the highlights (and lowlights) from the past week:

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Michael Jackson's insane father, Joe Jackson, has been accused of a lot. But never before until now "running a campaign of terror against a former associate."

This alleged associate is trying to prove Michael had an illegitimate son. Aren't they all. He filed a request for a restraining order filed last week against Joe.

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There's a lot to like about Robert Pattinson - acting ability, dynamite hair, a humble attitude - but the actor admits he isn't the most romantic person alive.

"I really haven't done that many romantic things in my life... I mean, I've watched Titanic," he said yesterday at a press conference promoting New Moon. "I put a flower on someone's locker when I was 15."

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