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The runner-up of 'Britain's Got Talent' season 3 is backed up by a full orchestra when showing off her pipes.
Although it is a reboot project, this upcoming film adaptation of the Spanish masked outlaw reportedly won't be a remake since it tells the origin of the icon based on Isabel Allende's 2005 novel.
The Jack Bauer of '24' plays a father who learns that his mute son is trying to tell him what is going to happen in the future using numbers.
Addressing her brief hiatus from CBS' 'The Talk', the wife of Ozzy Osbourne reveals that she has to undergo surgery to take out the implants because one of them was leaking.
Klaus sets things up so that Stefan will drink from Elena's neck, knowing that he cannot stop until she dies.
When met at the 'Ides of March' premiere in New York City, George addresses Marisa Tomei's recent revelation about them swimming naked with the cast in Lake Como.
The 'Baby' hitmaker performs the lead single from his Chrismast album 'Under the Mistletoe' live for the very first time in Rio de Janeiro.
Additionally, there are also new images which give a look at Armie Hammer's Prince Andrew Alcott, Nathan Lane's Brighton as well as Lily Collins' titular character with the seven dwarves.
Also coming to the event, which has taken place at Grauman Chinese Theater on Monday, June 27, were the likes of Rita Wilson, Taraji P. Henson and Jenna Elfman.
Julia Roberts has been appointed a global ambassador for a United Nations Foundation campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of deadly smoke from inefficient cookstoves.
Julia Roberts wants to turn her upcoming 'Extraordinary Mums' TV special into a series for pal Oprah Winfrey's new network - because there are so many great mothers.
Julia Roberts enjoys working with her cinematographer husband on films, but she has to fight for his attention as he is so focused on his job.
Debuted by the actor/helmer when coming to 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!', the video shows him greeting Roberts on the street.
Roberts surprised Rudd by presenting the title from the U.S.-Irish Alliance at the prize giving event on Thursday, February 24.
The MAD magazine dares to say that Justin Bieber's hair is 'stupid', his book is 'dumb', his movie is 'terrible' and his music is 'awful.'