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The Miami Heat player has said his 'I do' to his high school sweetheart in front of family and friends in San Diego over the weekend.
The NBA player teams up with Tom Werner, Mike O'Malley, Maverick Carter and Paul Wachter to develop a half-hour scripted comedy series, 'Survivor's Remorse'.
The NBA star's wedding invitation to Savannah Brinson takes guests on a 'Mission Impossible' quest.
The soon-to-be mom appears calm and relaxed while having 18 needles all over her face including neck and cheeks, writing, 'Oh just relaxing.'
The One Direction member's biological dad, Troy Austin, talks about being proud of his son and wishes to reconnect with him in an interview.
The Jennifer Lawrence-starring movie beats out 'The Avengers' and 'The Amazing Spider-Man' for the coveted title, while Kristen Stewart takes home two prizes from the event.
The Miami Heat player and the NASCAR racer win in the Sport categories at the 26th annual awards show that collected a record-breaking 350 million votes.
Scooter Braun thought Bieber worked really hard and delivered it with his third studio album, 'Believe'.
The 'Into the Wild' actor pees outside Bootsy Bellows nightclub on the famous Sunset Strip though the restroom is just a few feet away.
The Roc Nation founder and his famous wife show their support for the Miami Heat player as the 2012 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year.
Sister duo Serena Williams and Venus Williams, meanwhile, are competing against each other in Sportswoman of the Year which also includes Candace Parker as another contender.
The Miami Heat forward popped the question to Savannah Brinson at a party to celebrate both New Year's Eve and his 27th birthday, which was Friday.
Realizing that his name was a trending topic on Twitter for a reason, Pippen clarified his statement by saying that Jordan was and is still the greatest.
When the annual special airs this December, viewers will watch Barbara Walters getting an inside scoop on the life of 'GTL' and her interview with the waiting princess.
While it sounds like a ridiculous idea to have a one-hour special only to announce which team the basketball star will sign to, it is found out that advertisers' money will go to good cause.