Where does the future lie for Internet ads? Canadian advertising agency John St thinks it has the answer: Catvertising. That's right, all cat videos, all the time.

Ahead of the curve in this fast-changing digital age, the firm just opened the world's first cat video division, with production, filming and marketing all in-house.

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Kelly Clarkson is about to hit the road. And the air. And perhaps even the water once or twice, as well.

The original American Idol has announced a major tour to kick off 2012, as she'll be accompanied by Matt Nathanson and get the act started on January 13. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. local venue time.

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Michael Buble will likely not be exchanging Christmas cards this year with Kim Kardashian.

At a concert in New York City over the weekend, the crooner took to the stage and announced: “Ladies and gentleman, I have a very special guest... Please welcome Kim Kardashian!"

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Looks like Jay-Z may now be up to 100 problems.

After a perceived attempt to cash in on the populist Occupy Wall Street protests through the sale of T-shirts with the slogan "Occupy All Streets" for $22, the duds were removed from the "Otis" rapper's Rocawear website Saturday with no explanation.

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Dana Wilkey is the latest member of the Real Housewives franchise to find herself in a legal mess.

The Beverly Hills socialite and fiance John Flynn are being sued by Mary Painter, a woman who claims they defrauded her out of a $53,000 investment.

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Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton has been hired as a full-time special correspondent for NBC News, according to reports. NBC will announce this later today.

NBC News president Steve Capus told the New York Times that the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will focus on pieces for the network's “Making a Difference” feature on NBC Nightly News.

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