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Welcome to The Hollywood Gossip’s Week in Review.

Below, THG looks back on a crazy last seven days in celebrity news, gossip and rumors. Visit our site daily and follow us on Twitter and Facebook for 24/7/365 updates. Now, for some of the top stories we covered this past week:

  • With one exit from a JetBlue aircraft, Steven Slater became a working class hero. Irate at a rude passenger, the flight attendant peaced out via emergency slide, garnering national attention and criminal charges (he pleaded not guilty).
  • An alleged Fantasia sex tape surfaced, and that was only the half of it for the American Idol winner. She’s accused of an affair with Antwuan Cook.
  • Newly-minted porn star Montana Fishburne has a real passion for the business. She also used to be a prostitute and faces felony assault charges.
  • Oksana Grigorieva continues to accuse Mel Gibson of more abuse, verbal and physical, including threats made against their baby daughter Lucia.
  • We know she can’t be tamed, but does Miley Cyrus want a boob job? Unclear, but she definitely wants people to go ahead and get ur good on.

If you told us a week ago that two of our biggest stories would be about Fantasia Barrino and Steve Slater, we wouldn’t have believed it – but that’s how THG rolls.

The Obligatory Robert Pattinson picture. Do we really need a reason?

  • Baby news: Amy Poehler and Will Arnett had their second; Alanis Morissette is preggers with her first (Mario “Souleye” Treadway is the dad); Kelsey Grammer knocked up his new girlfriend, Kayte Walsh, already.
  • Couples watch: Johnathon Schaech and Jana Kramer split after a month of marriage; Hayden Christensen and Rachel Bilson ended their engagement; Kim Kardashian and Miles Austin are a thing; So are Alex Carapetis and Ke$ha.
  • Wedding Bells: Robbie Williams married Ayda Field; DeAnna Pappas and Holly Durst are engaged to Stephen and Michael Stagliano; Rush Limbaugh’s many wedding photos proved enormously popular on Facebook.
  • R.I.P.: Patricia Neal and Ted Stevens.