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The 'Dancing with the Stars' contestant denies the report that the 'Hairspray' actor is homosexual, saying, 'I know John. With all my heart and soul, he's not gay.'
'This Christmas' will include an original song performed by the 'Grease' duo as well as Christmas standards by an all-star lineup.
The libel lawsuit against the 'Hairspray' actor and his lawyer Marty Singer is dropped by judge due to lack of proof and infringement on First Amendment rights.
Contrary to previous rumor, the 'Hairspray' actor reportedly won't play the titular superhero but he's up for an undisclosed role.
The 'Celsete and Jesse Forever' star understands that 'nobody's personal life is my business,' so she's sorry for her 'thoughtless comment' about Travolta.
The actor is fighting back Fabian Zanzi's sexual encounter claim by filing documents to deny Zanzi's statements.
Calling the lawsuit ridiculous, the 'Savages' actor is confident that he 'will prevail on the merits and that he will be completely vindicated in court.'
Travolta and Marty Singer are confident that the suit filed by the writer of gay-bathhouse book 'will promptly be thrown out by the court' because it's 'baseless.'
Warren Beatty, Morgan Freeman and Julia Roberts are among the speakers at the gala dinner honoring MacLaine with the 40th AFI Life Achievement Award.
The husband of Kelly Preston has stayed away from public eyes by retreating to the remote island along with his actress wife and their children.
Denying claim that she steals clients in the Travolta sexual battery litigation, Allred prepares 'a counterclaim for defamation' in response to the lawsuit filed by Okorie Okorocha.
The high-profile attorney demands Okorie Okorocha, the previous lawyer of John Doe No. 1 and No. 2, to immediately retract his false statements that accuse her of soliciting clients.
John Doe Number Two follows the steps of John Doe Number One to fire Okorie Okorocha and work with the famous celebrity lawyer.
After dropped by his first lawyer last week, John Doe Number One works the case with Allred who has plenty of experience in sexual assault cases.
Marty Singer comes out with the statement after John Doe No. 1 withdrew his $2 million lawsuit against the 'Savages' actor by formally filing a notice of dismissal in U.S. District Court.