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Mr. President taunts the director by tweeting that the 'seat' was taken, while the likes of Adam Levine, Roseanne Barr and Snoop Dogg share unfavorable comments.
The music video is directed by Taylor's longtime collaborator Declan Whitebloom and will be unveiled for public viewing on August 30.
The creator and judge of 'So You Think You Can Dance' is preparing a modern take on the 1980 film and the 1982 show about talented students on the road to success.
'I don't like this idea of making it bigger and bigger year after year...It's not a proper way to promote a film,' festival director Alberto Barbera says of the new concept of the event.
After leaving St. Barnabas Medical Center with her little boy, the fiancee of Jionni LaValle gives a look at the baby's nursery room at home.
'I'm married to Miranda,' Christina Aguilera says when impersonating Blake Shelton, and Adam Levine speaks while tilting his head to mimic Xtina.
The 'Step Up' star will take a pivotal role as the other half of 'The Lovers' in the second season of the FX horror series.
Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Gary Oldman and Morgan Freeman are all on hand to join Christopher Nolan at the special screening event.
The girlfriend of Arpad Busson is confirmed to have delivered a baby girl on Sunday, July 15.
The 'Be Without You' singer joins Michael Buble who has been earlier tapped to be an adviser to Blake Shelton's team on the NBC reality show.
Calling her son 'the most incredible human,' Katonya tweets, 'I wish more people in the world could be brave enough to be who they really are.'
Calling himself 'Grizzly Man', the frontman of Maroon 5 is snapped sporting bushy facial hair when filming 'Can a Song Save Your Life?' at a New York eatery along with Keira Knightley.
Looking inseparable from each other, Levine and Knightley are spotted filming a romantic stroll scene on the road of West Village neighborhood in New York City.
The fiancee of Liam Hemsworth is given the meal for free by the patron of hamburger joint In-N-Out when she can't find cash in her bag.
Discussing his villainous character, Ifans says that Dr. Curt Connors is actually not a bad guy as stating, 'My reading of it is that Connors wants to be a force of good in the world.'