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During an interview for the February issue of Allure, the 'New Girl' star also opens up about being a victim of bullying back in the middle school, revealing that girls spit in her face.
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' patriarch is snapped with stitches on the side of his face when attending the game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Los Angeles Lakers.
The 'Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)' hitmaker strips down the 'One That Got Away' beat to make it into an acoustic rendition.
The actor, who hosted the January 14 episode of the 'Saturday Night Live', says, 'It was unfortunate that people seemed to turn on her so quickly.'
Rumor has it, the Rachel Berry depicter of 'Glee' will appear in a series of print ads later this year as part of her endorsement deal.
Olsen will also star opposite Jack Huston and Dane Dehaan in the film that tells the story about a notorious murder case in Columbia University that inspired the raise of the Beat Generation in 1950.
The 'Twilight Saga' heartthrob chops off his shaggy locks months after rocking a patchy haircut for his lead role in David Cronenberg-directed 'Cosmopolis'.
In another skit, the British actor impresses the 'Saturday Night Live' regular when saying, 'Chill broseph, I like Mountain Dew and big butts!' in an American accent.
Being reported to have died of cardiac arrest during a world tour concert, the Bon Jovi lead singer assures fans he's alive and well by posting a photo of him holding up the sign on Facebook.
Alfred expressing his worries about Bruce, Selina Kyle giving warning of an awaiting danger, and a football field crumbling down in a middle of the game are just some of the fresh footage shared.
In response to the honor, the 'Judas' singer says, 'I am humbled and honored to be named 'Entertainer of the Year' by The Associated Press.'
The 'Harry Potter' actor lands his first hosting gig on the NBC variety show for an episode that will air January 14, 2012.
The 'Harry Potter' actor reportedly will star in the John Krokidas-directed thriller about a murder case of David Kammerer that helped spawn the Beat Generation in post-World War II era.
HBO is pleased with the numbers that the Prohibition Era-drama showed in the first three episodes of season 2.
For changing the way people interact with music online through his creations, Jobs would be honored at the end of this month.