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Rumor has it, the salon is Paltrow's first step into building a mini mall with a plan to launch a restaurant with Mario Batali later.
The 'Iron Man 3' actress opens up to Daily Mail about the miscarriage during her third pregnancy which almost killed her.
The wife of Coldplay's frontman Chris Martin reveals in her new cookbook that she has kept her husband and kids on a strict low-carb, gluten-free diet.
The 'Iron Man' actress is not fond of her Calvin Klein dress at the 2000 Oscars and her Alexander McQueen look at the 2002 Academy Awards.
Gwyneth welcomes Chelsea Handler to her new studio by dropping some cheeky rhymes about her, while Cameron provides music with her beatboxing skills.
Hasbro boss Brian Goldner allegedly reveals that the toy giant will introduce new robot characters in the fourth film since the toy sales of 'Transformers 3' didn't meet the company's expectation.
Rihanna, Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence and the Kardashians are also chosen as the most-stylish ladies by fashion critics and fellow celebrities alike.
The actress playing Tony Stark's assistant in the 'Iron Man' film franchise admits that she's hesitant to reprise her role, stating, 'I don't know, I'm getting old for this s***.'
Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas play cute for their picture, while Gilles Marini and Peta Murgatroyd show a serious dancing pose.
Filmed a day before his two-year LDS mission trip, the Jed Wells-directed clip sees Archuleta singing in a studio with an orchestra that features producer Kurt Bestor.
Gothic opera singer Andrew, Sebastien 'El Charro de Oro' and Todd Oliver are saved by viewers' votes, while judges make the decision between All That! and Lindsey Norton for the last spot.
Other contributors include Matt Damon, Michael Douglas, Jessica Biel, Coldplay, Alicia Keys, Emma Stone, Chelsea Handler and Joe Manganiello.
Marlene King is said to be in early stages of developing a TV project based on the 1995 drama film, which she wrote, for ABC Family.
A representative says the weight loss company 'is in it for the long haul,' while the actress 'understands it's a process' and is excited to continue her effort.
Explaining that his follow-up project after 'Struck by Lightning' will be a far cry from his previous high school comedy films, Colfer reveals that the new movie is expected to be shot this winter.