Forget trees falling in the forest. Consider this question: if someone pens a memoir, but no one ever reads it, does the book actually exist?

We ask this question in light of the news that Kara DioGuardi will release "A Helluva High Note: Surviving Life, Love, And American Idol," in April 2011. The songwriter, who was never very popular during her two years on the show, was fired/quit Idol in early September.

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As far as career moves go, this isn't the kind most television personalities aim for: Alexa Chung is going from MTV to PBS.

The former host of It's On With Alexa Chung has signed on for Thrift America, an upcoming PBS program. It will premiere this summer and feature Chung combing through garage sales and flea markets in cities such as Detroit, Nashville and Brooklyn.

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In Breaking Dawn, Bella will give birth to Renesmee, a half-vampire, half-human child to be played by Mackenzie Foy.

Since when is the main storyline in a best-selling novel and planned blockbuster considered "BREAKING NEWS?" Since a tabloid could slap the word "BABY!" alongside photos of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson and try to fool readers into thinking this real-life couple was expecting.

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Tony Parker and Eva Longoria are splitting up, but given that his attorney also reps Erin Barry, the woman he was sexting, he's now without representation.

Richard Orsinger filed Tony's divorce petition on November 19 in Texas. But when Tony hired him, he didn't know another one of his clients was involved.

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In the latest issue of Vanity Fair, Johnny Depp does not shy away from strong opinions.

Arguably the finest actor of his generation, Depp speaks on Angelina Jolie and shares the fears Disney expressed to him over the character of Jack Sparrow. Excerpts from Depp's interview are below.

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