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Kim enjoys the sun with Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner.
Bob Hoskins, who plays Muir the dwarf in 'Snow White and the Huntsman', thanks fans for their supports and looks forward to spending more time with his family.
Their second duet titled 'Here Comes the Weekend' will be included in Pink's upcoming sixth album 'The Truth About Love'.
The Slim Shady calls his first show 'so f***ing traumatic' that he decided to give up on his dream to become a rapper.
With 179,000 people hitting the 'Like' button on the rapper's page every week, he becomes the first to accumulate 60.1 million in total.
The Cee-Lo Green-featuring music video opens with a skit that emphasizes that the Slim Shady is unlike any other rappers.
Saying she would love her post-'American Idol' debut album to move in a more 'urban' direction, the season 11 runner-up admits, 'I want to be able to say 'This is me'.'
The Slim Shady makes the revelation when calling into New York City radio station Hot 97 to announce that Slaughterhouse will perform at this year's Summer Jam concert.
A representative for the 'The Way I Am' rapper says the movie is still possible to happen, adding, 'When the film does get made, the plan is that the bulk of it will be shot in Michigan.'
Kendrick Lamar, Daz Dillinger and Wiz Khalifa are also expected to share the stage with Snoop and the Doc this coming weekend.
Organized by event planner Mindy Weiss, the Sunday, March 18 event was attended by Jessica's celebrity friends, Ellen Pompeo and Jessica Alba, and her family that include sister Ashlee.
Additionally, 20th Century Fox debuts a new viral video for the space thriller that highlights the making of Michael Fassbender's android character in the Weyland Industries.
Rumor has it, the estranged husband of Katy Perry will claim that he grabbed photographer Timothy Jackson's iPhone and threw it through a window because he was provoked.
Snatching the crown from defending champion 'Lorax', the comedy movie grosses a solid $36.3 million, which is the biggest opening ever for a non-sequel R-rated comedy movie.
Hank Haney, his golfing coach from 2004 to 2010, described in his book how Woods is rude, cheap and addicted to porn outside the course.