Kobe Bryant can blame Basketball Wives for getting caught cheating.

Not the stars of VH1's Basketball Wives - none of whom are actually married, and one of whom isn't even involved with a basketball player - mind you. We mean actual wives of teammates, and other NBA squads. Let's just say that people talk.

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Jake Gyllenhaal and his baby face turn 31 today.

An actor who's able to be one of the biggest A-listers and heartthrobs around, yet is able to stay away from celebrity gossip headlines (save for those flings with Reese Witherspoon and Taylor Swift), Jake has been a fan favorite for years.

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A former NYU professor claims he got fired because he's Hispanic and dared give James Franco, Hollywood celebrity, a D in a class, according to a new lawsuit.

Jose Angel Santana, who taught Franco in his "Directing the Actor" class, is now suing the University for his job back, claiming he was wrongfully terminated.

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Give Lindzi Cox, or more likely The Bachelor story editors, credit for originality.

When the ABC sort-of-reality show returns Monday, January 2, the Ocala, Fla., native will make an entrance UNLIKE ANY IN BACHELOR HISTORY (spoken with uber-dramatic Chris Harrison voice inflection). Spoiler alert - she's on a horse!

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The Associated Press named the Mother Monster herself, Lady Gaga, the Entertainer of the Year Monday. Not a choice you're going to find THG arguing with.

Edging the late Apple founder Steve Jobs by just three votes, the 25-year-old Gaga won the annual honor, voted on by 135 AP editors and broadcasters.

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Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, won the weekend box office with an estimated $40 million, despite an average debut.

In all, the weekend’s top 12 movies earned about 13 percent less than last year’s. Even Sherlock was expected to earn at least $50 million in its opening weekend.

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