For all the birthday love we give fan favorites like Zac Efron (last week) and Kim Kardashian (tomorrow), we like to pay tribute to lesser stars as well.

After all, the mere fact that Snoop Dogg has defied the odds and made it to 37 without being killed or locked away for life warrants a little shout out.

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Reggie Bush damaged the meniscus in his left knee yesterday, an injury that will cause the New Orleans running back to undergo arthroscopic surgery and miss three to four weeks of action.

But don't worry, Saints fans, Kim Kardashian will make sure her man follows a rigorous rehab program. We hear she has the following exercises in mind...

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Bill Simmons is an ESPN columnist known as "The Sports Guy."

During his most recent NFL picks feature, Simmons pointed out the most effective way to stop Kim Kardashian's boyfriend, Reggie Bush, who is tied for the league lead with eight touchdowns this season. We'll let him share it with readers:

Posted in: Bill Simmons

Welcome, celebrity news fans around the world, to The Hollywood Gossip Caption Contest, our Friday tradition. Who won this week's Caption Contest?

The winner is Katy Lynn. Congratulations! The winning entry appears below. Thanks to all of you for playing and best of luck again in this week's contest!

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For a month, the laugh has been on Sarah Palin. The way certain polls look, after a few more weeks, such attention may never be focused on her again.

But if nothing else, she'll get her chance to turn the tables on Saturday Night Live - whose impressions of her have been comedic gold - this weekend.

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Saturday Night Live's Andy Samberg portrayed Mark Wahlberg in a skit called "Mark Wahlberg Talks to Animals" on the show's October 11 episode.

Despite - or perhaps because of - the surreal and ridiculous concept of the skit, Samberg's dead-on imitation of Marky Mark makes it pretty funny.

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Election season is upon us and Why Tuesday? is a non-profit organization "seeking solutions to increase voter turnout and participation in elections."

They should have called it Why Bother? or Why Didn't We Get Anyone Better Than Kirsten Dunst For Our Public Service Announcement?

Posted in: Kirsten Dunst