In the midst of major drama and controversy - actual, unscripted drama and controversy for a change - The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills kicked off season two last night. It earned -34 points from our critic.

Voices from across the Internet and the television dial have been chiming in on Bravo's decision to go through with the season in light of Russell Armstrong's suicide, but there are a few women at least who stand by the network: those employed by it.

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The University of Maryland defeated the University of Miami last night by a score of 32-24.

It was the first game of the season for both teams, the debut of Randy Edsall as the Terrapins' coach and the first game for the Hurricanes since news broke of a scandal that involves booster Nevin Shapiro and the money, gifts and prostitutes he bestowed on players over the last decade.

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Career train wreck Lindsay Lohan has been taking shoplifting alternative classes, as ordered by a judge. The hilarious thing? Shoplifting alternative classes exist.

The first lesson? Don't steal jewelry that doesn't belong to you.

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Having been on an international tour, Miley Cyrus has remained relatively quiet all summer, mostly letting a new tattoo do the talking for her.

But the singer speaks out in the September issue of Prestige and doesn't hold back with a statement on the cover: I'm not a bad girl, she claims, while sporting a new haircut and nary a bra:

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Philippa Charlotte Middleton turns 28 today.

Consumers of entertainment news could be forgiven for thinking that it was she, not sister Kate Middleton, who married into the royal family in April.

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Adele is more than just one of the most talented singers out there. She's also one of the most honest.

In the October issue of Vogue UK, the singer opens up on a number of topics, sounding very much like anyone else might when discussing pre-concert jitters and insecurities over her body...

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Soulja Boy's anti-military rap is, not surprisingly, drawing fire from the U.S. Armed Forces. What is somewhat surprising is to see a retired Army sergeant leading the charge with a response to the controversial song in rap form!

Leo Dunson, a five-year combat veteran, recorded the trac, "Change Your Name" after hearing Soulja Boy's "Let's Be Real." Basically, Dunson - who raps under the name Sgt. Dunson - comes at Soulja early and often (NSFW lyrics):

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In a STUNNING twist that makes absolutely no difference except to Erica and Blake, Bachelor Pad made its pairings officially "couple" up on Monday night.

As a result, Blake found himself further ostracized from the house.

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