American Idol revealed its 12 season nine finalists last night, eliminating four contestants in the process.

Two of those eliminations were easy to see coming: We'd have gone with Paige Miles and Tim Urban instead, but it's hard to argue with viewers sending Katelyn Epperly (the weakest of this season's singer/songwriters) and Todrick Hall (more of a dancer than a singer) home.

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From The Bachelorette to Extreme Makeover: Home Edition!

The lovely Jillian Harris recently traveled to Slaughterville, Okla., where she pitched in to rebuild the home of Brian and Audra Skaggs, whose two-year-old son, Jhett, has a weakened immune system after receiving a heart transplant.

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Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi have been engaged 10 days. Or one for each beautiful baby The Bachelor couple apparently wants to make some day.

"The other day it was 10!" Vienna exclaimed when her fiance told E! News, in response to a question about starting a family, that "We want five kids."

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Four pill bottles found in the apartment where Corey Haim died yesterday morning, medications that included the generic versions of both Vicodin and Valium.

The same doctor prescribed all four drugs just days before Haim died.

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If the ratings for Dancing with the Stars rise on season 10 in the male demographic, there will be one person to thank for that uptick: Erin Andrews.

The gorgeous ESPN reporter has campaigned for awhile for a spot on the competition. Starting on March 22, she'll have her opportunity, going up against Kate Gosselin, Pamela Anderson and other aspiring hoofers.

So You Think You Can Dance and America's Best Dance Crew judge Shane Sparks officially entered a not guilty plea to eight counts of child molestation today.

He was arrested back in mid-December for allegedly performing several lewd acts on an then-underage female over a span of several years, beginning in 1994.

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As she supposedly struggles with postpartum depression, Kendra Wilkinson is opening up to the sources that will pay her help her the most: supermarket tabloids.

Earlier this month, the new mother told OK! Weekly she had suicidal thoughts soon after giving birth to Hank Baskett IV.

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