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The 'Hit and Run' actress was spotted wearing a neck brace at LAX after posting earlier this week a tweet which said she was 'unable to move.'
The 46-year-old star battled a mysterious health problem which turned out to be a flare-up from her previous head and neck injury.
Kristin Chenoweth, Janelle Monae, Jamie Foxx, and George Lopez also attend the Brazilian-themed celebration in Miami Beach.
The Olive Snook of 'Pushing Daisies' changes the lyrics of the 'Wicked' song to mock the New York mayoral candidate, who was recently hit with a second sex scandal.
Kristin is an absent mom whose daughter seeks for attention by 'abducting' the parents only to get the family back together again.
The first-time host gets some assist from the petite singer-actress as they sing to the losers on Oscar night.
The Grammy-winning R'n'B artist is joined by Lana Del Rey and The Black Keys as international category winners at the British music awards.
Oscars telecast producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron hint that there will be a 'can't be miss' moment right after the Best Picture gong is handed out to its winner at the 85th Academy Awards.
The trailer focuses on how John Reid is awakened from the death and becomes a justice seeker alongside Indian warrior Tonto.
The third annual American Country Awards featured memorable musical performances from some of the industry's top artists.
Commenting on the Playboy founder and Crystal Harris' wedding plan, the former 'Pushing Daisies' star who fills in for host Chelsea Handler says, 'I wonder if their registry includes a coffin.'
After spotted on several dates with the former beau of Vienna Girardi, Kristin confirms that she's seeing the reality TV hunk.
The former 'GCB' star returned to the set of the CBS drama series on Friday and shot a 'short scene' with Alan Cumming.
Instead of presenting Tony Stark in his best performance, the alleged description of the trailer features darker scenes which reportedly focus on the Mandarin's attack on Iron Man.
'With deep regret,' the April Rhodes of 'Glee' announces that she's unable to continue the production of the CBS legal drama due to the head injuries she sustained on the show's set in July.