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Setting the record straight, lawyer Ira Rothken says in a statement that to his knowledge, the husband of Alicia Keys 'was never involved in any meaningful way' with the company.
In a scene from the show's upcoming 100th episode, Lively's Serena reenacts a scene from 1953's film 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' while Blair dresses as Audrey Hepburn.
Williams says that a psychic has spoken to Monroe's spirit and said that the iconic star thinks the former 'Dawson's Creek' star is doing a really good job in the movie.
In the moving banner, the cat is seen wearing his trademark boots, hat and sword as he tries to catch the light on the ground.
'I do not want to attract this kind of negative energy in my life,' reasons the 'Jonah Hex' actress when confirming that she is indeed removing her Marilyn Monroe ink.
Jamie Salter will use high-tech imaging technology to bring back the late actress for an upcoming film.
Giving detail on his action to his 55-year-old mother Yannick Brea, Michael Brea says, 'I didn't want to kill her right away. I wanted to give her time to get right with God. I was slashing my mom.'
The blonde star bares her white teeth as she smiles and stands against a wall in the new image from 'My Week with Marilyn'.
In the newly-outed PSA, the 24-year-old beauty talks about some fashion faux pas which people usually do, saying that people's awful fashion choices are abusing others' eyes and sensibilities.
The new summer series starring Melissa Joan Hart would stay on ABC Family longer than other sitcoms in average.
The picture, which gives a close up look at the actress, is released to mark the beginning of principal photography on 'My Week with Marilyn' in London.
Find out what Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman, Brian Austin Green, Vanessa Williams and Marcia Cross dress as in a special episode to celebrate the festivity.
'Fragment', which will be released later this month, reveals the tragic star's anguish as one of her notes says, 'I feel life approaching when all that I want is to die.'
In a series of shots taken by photojournalist Eve Arnold, the iconic star was snapped in her relaxed side and all the shots were taken at the peak of her fame in the late 1950s and early 60s.
She had a business meeting at London's Wolseley and she left the place carelessly, hurting her wrist.