Garrett McNamara feels he can beat his own world record for surfing by riding a 90-foot wave. Yes, there are records in surfing ... and 90-foot waves apparently.

Hanging Ten like that is no joke, for real, and McNamara knows it. That's why he's got a custom, oxygen-enhanced wetsuit to help him if he can't pull it off alone.

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She's 0-3 so far, but Jennifer Lopez won't rule out another trip down the aisle.

"I don't know. I don't know. I don't know," the singer told Matt Lauer this morning on The Today Show, responding to whether or not she'd ever get married again. "It's not time to think about that yet. It's still fresh."

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While those in the movie and TV business gathered in Hollywood last night for the 2012 SAG Awards, Justin Bieber was in Cannes, France for the NRJ Music Awards, which takes place every year in January and which were created by a radio station in that country.

It was a worthwhile trip for the singer, too... because he won Artist of the Year!

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According to a new report, Tim Tebow recently used his stiff arm for something other than a quarterback keeper.

The latest issue of The National Enquirer quotes an insider who claims Kim Kardashian has a "big crush on Tim,” finding him both "handsome" and to be someone that possesses "really strong values."

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Liam Neeson is not stuck in the wilderness with the wolves. The poor wolves in the wilderness are stuck with Liam Neeson.

The actor's latest vehicle, The Grey, finished in first place at the box office this weekend, banking a strong $20 million in its first week of release nationwide.

Posted in: Movie News

Is Twitter about to start widely censoring and withholding Tweets for content? That's the implication of a new blog post - by the social network giant itself.

Twitter claims it will "reactively withhold content from users in a specific country - while keeping it available in the rest of the world. We have also built in a way to communicate transparently to users when content is withheld, and why."

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