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The 'Twilight Saga' leading lady matches her black white-patterned pants, black top and black boots with a yellow leather jacket.
The 'My Heart Will Go On' hitmaker will celebrate the life and legacy of the late singer in 'I Will Always Love You: A GRAMMY Salute to Whitney Houston'.
With manufactured rain pouring down the Ontario streets, some actors are caught on video tape filming a scene where they allegedly shoot down Joel Kinnaman's protagonist Alex Murphy.
The former Guns N' Roses guitarist gets animated and performs at a striptease show, where a sexy dancer seduces a clumsy man before turning his world into a nightmare.
'We Will Always Love You: A GRAMMY Salute to Whitney Houston' will be taped on October 11 at the Nokia Theatre to be broadcast on a later date.
Earth, Wind and Fire are also set to deliver a musical performance at the fundraising gig to be held in L.A. on October 7.
The questions surrounding the authenticity of MJ's signature on his will are not over yet as Howard Mann claims he holds evidence that allegedly can prove it's fake.
'Someone's always waiting to take you down, honey,' the 'Spotlight' singer says in a new preview for NBC's primetime line-up.
Earlier in the court, William Balfour said to the actress' family that he still loves Julian King whom he kidnapped and murdered in 2008.
The former contestant of 'American Idol' resumes her performance after officials confirm that it's safe to continue the annual gig.
Hudson wears nursing scrubs, while Hedlund sports new darker hair when shooting a scene for the upcoming dramedy in New York City.
J-Hud advises the fiancee of Eric Johnson to write down what she's eating and to be more active with her baby because 'there's no workout like running around after a 2-year-old.'
J-Hud is joined by Usher, Backstreet Boys, New Kids On The Block in the recording category, while DeGeneres is joined by Jane Lynch in the TV field.
Zoe Aggeliki is also in the mix to tackle the part of the mean-spirited female tribute from District 7 in the sequel to 'The Hunger Games'.
The Ohio-based alternative band claim that Pizza Hut and Home Depot didn't have the rights to use 'Gold on the Ceiling' and 'Lonely Boy' in each of their commercials.