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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.
The crypt, where the late King of Rock and Roll was laid before being moved to Graceland, is pulled from the Julien's Auctions at fans' request.
The Effie White of 'Dreamgirls' lands a multi-episode arc in the second season of the NBC musical series.
Beside tributes to the musicians who died this year, the Sunday, May 20 event will present 'a continuum of great production values from start to finish'.
Announced in Cannes, the directing debut by actor Andrew Levitas will follow an 'unexpected journey of love, laughter and forgiveness'.
A day after William Balfour was found guilty of killing her mother, brother and nephew, the 'American Idol' alum reportedly spent six hours at the Chicago-area amusement park with her fiance.
In their joint statement released after Balfour was convicted of murdering their family members, the 'Where You At' singer and her sister thank God, prosecutors, and authorities involved in the case.
Before her sister Julia testifies that William Balfour threatened to kill her and her family, the 'American Idol' alum recalls that she had repeatedly warned her sister not to marry him.
J-Hud teams up with Ne-Yo to deliver 'Think Like a Man' soundtrack, while Durbin rocks out 'Higher Than Heaven' with his band.
Putting the 'American Idol' alum's fame into consideration, one defense attorney notes that jurors could be influenced by how she reacts, which could be used as grounds for a mistrial.
The 'Where You At' singer turns down Kevin Hart, but falls for Ne-Yo's charm in a music video for the Chris Brown-starring movie of the same name.