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'From my angle I thought maybe it was nipple-y, but from what I heard, it was entire areolas,' the co-host comments on the wardrobe malfunction.
On their hosting debut, Khloe distracts Simon Cowell's attention with her plunging deep-V top and Mario's butt tempts a contestant to grab it.
The wife of Lamar Odom is 'so thrilled to become a part of 'The X Factor' family,' as the 'Extra' host believes that he and Khloe will 'be a great team and have a blast.'
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star and the 'Extra' host have reportedly inked the deals to serve as the co-hosts for the singing competition.
Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer are featured embarking on multiple action scenes which mostly take place on trains.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star and the 'Extra' host are said to be putting finishing touches on their deals and will make their debut on the singing competition in November.
DMB become the only band in the history to have six consecutive studio albums debut at No. 1 on the Billboard chart.
The cancellation is done abruptly at last minute, prompting Piers Morgan to express his outrage towards his guest on Twitter.
Corbin Bleu is allegedly also a contender for the gig, but the 'Extra' host and the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star are the frontrunners to co-host the FOX singing competition.
She admitted to initially thinking that getting pregnant is easy because her mom and sister pop out babies with no trouble.
The Schmidt of '21 Jump Street' parts ways with Ali Hoffman after nine months of dating.
While Kristen flew to Canada, her ex-boyfriend Robert Pattinson spent the night with his pals at the MTV VMAs before partying at the Soho House.
The Thursday, September 6 telecast of the annual prize-giving event attracted to only 6.1 million viewers, less than half of the audience who tuned in the 2011 ceremony.
Rumor has it, the Sorcerer Supreme of the Marvel universe could have a 'substantial' role in 'Thor 2' and the studio is eyeing Viggo Mortensen to tackle the part.
The rock band, who split last year after 31 years, ask the News Corp.-owned cable news network to stop the use of their music in 'their puff adder brand of reportage'.