Twenty years. That's long enough to make you feel nostalgic (or just old), and it's how long Seattle rock band Pearl Jam has been in existence as of this year.

That milestone is marked by a new documentary, Pearl Jam Twenty, chronicling their tragic beginnings as Mother Love Bone, through their triumphs to the present.

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You could tell he was hesitant to make the statement in the first place, and now Tony Bennett has issued an apology for it.

Yesterday, the singer appeared on Howard Stern's radio show and said "we caused" 9/11 because "we were bombing them and they told us to stop." Watch his take on the tragedy below:

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After more than three decades together, it's the end of the world as R.E.M. knows it - and the band sounds fine.

The alternative rock group - featuring singer Michael Stipe, guitarist Peter Buck, 54, and bassist Mike Mills -- announced today that they have split up after 31 years of cranking out hits.

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Kristin Cavallari was safe from elimination on last night's Dancing With the Stars results show. She can credit her partner Mark Ballas, her own hard work in practice, and maybe, possibly, just a little bit, her ex-fiance Jay Cutler.

Yesterday, the Bears QB Tweeted: “Good luck babe “@KristinCav: Don’t forget to vote tonight!! 18008683403 or abc.com Vote for KC on DWTS tonight.”

It's as depressing as it is unsurprising: Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchinson will star in their own reality show.

The rumor that got started a soon as this 17-year old married this 51-year old is now a fact, confirmed this week by Courtney's attention-starved mother Krista. She tells Radar Online that her daughter and her creepy son-in-law have signed with Roy Bank, the president of Merv Griffin Entertainment.

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