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The British presenter who is set to take over 'Larry King Live' reportedly has a glitch in his work visa which may not clear him until the end of the year.
Julie Alexander King, the talk show host's sixth wife, collided her car with another vehicle back in July and escaped death.
Despite admitting that he once took hallucinogenic magic mushrooms, the 'Sorcerer's Apprentice' star claims he does not do that anymore.
After becoming a mother to adopted daughter Naleigh in September 2009, Katherine Heigl vowed to stop smoking and now uses an electronic cigarette to calm her cravings.
'That's rather sad. Sad for the world. It's incredible. He's not a very nice man,' says Heather Mills who previously had her complaint against Morgan dismissed by the Press Complaints Commission.
Morgan will be the new anchorman for CNN, doing interviews with prominent figures in place of retiring King.
As the vehicle is spotted on the set, there is speculation that Batman will make cameo in the upcoming Russell Brand-starring film.
While some stars publicly announced their regrets for cheating on their partners, others apparently weren't sorry about breaking their wedding vows.
The couple, who filed for divorce against each other back in April, has officially called off their separation by requesting a dismissal of the divorce filing in Los Angeles Superior Court on July 7.
The film contains 45 goofs and continuity errors, including props that change location during a scene and blunders during fight sequences.
One day after collapsing during a photoshoot in London, the Girls Aloud singer was admitted to hospital to be treated for malaria.
The infamous smooch is chosen as a favorite moment by a string of celebrities including 'Glee' actor Matthew Morrison and 'Milk' star Sean Penn.
A chameleon named Rango goes on a journey to find its true identity but it has to face the threats from other creatures and is called 'stranger' upon entering new place.
'I'm thinking to myself, I've done 50,000 interviews,' the late night talk show host stated one of his other reasons. 'I'm never going to top this.'
In a bid to help victims of the U.S. Gulf Coast oil disaster, big names including Justin Bieber, Cameron Diaz, Ryan Seacrest and Sting have answered phones from people who want to make donation.