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'I'm going 2 round it up to GBP3,000 and send it with love 2 the Japanese relief effort from us all,' writes the 'Everlasting Love' singer on Twiter.
Recalling about her big day, the 'Water for Elephants' star gushes, 'Everything went perfectly, right down to the dress, which I just loved.'
Beside the King of Pop's children, his siblings are also reportedly set to attend Dr. Conrad Murray's upcoming involuntary manslaughter trial as witnesses.
Michael J. Fox reunited with his 'Family Ties' co-stars when receiving the Fan Favorite Award from comedian Ben Stiller.
Taking along her two children, the Hollywood actress enjoys her first vacation with Jim Toth as a married couple in between promotional duties for 'Water for Elephants'.
The 'Rolling in the Deep' singer has once again put her name in record books as she scores the most consecutive weeks at number one for a solo artist's studio album in U.K. history.
Insisting he has no plans to replace Charlie, Michael praises the troubled actor as 'a tremendous talent' and adds, 'I would just like to see him back on the show.'
Fox is acknowledged by the German awards for his continuous fight of Parkinson's disease and his commitment to movie and TV world.
The acclaimed actor was spotted in New York City, New York on Tuesday, December 7, filming an outdoor scene with co-star Archie Panjabi.
Fox is to portray a dirty lawyer who uses his disability to fight against Alicia in a 'Poisoned Pill' case.
The actor recreates scenes from teaser of his 1985 hit movie in the promo clip, with the awards show as his destination.
After his acclaimed 2009 appearance on 'Burn Notice', he has been invited to portray a 'smart' but 'cynical' lawyer on the CBS drama.
Despite the unfriendly weather, GaGa, who likes to show off her bra in concerts, gave it her best when performing for NBC's 'Today Show'.
Because '[there are] no plans to do any exclusives,' the singer turns to her Twitter page to show off her newborn baby with model boyfriend Kris Smith.
On the day packed with panels for superhero, sci-fi and horror genres, Sony Pictures will bring 'The Green Hornet' and action comedy 'The Other Guys'.