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Alec Baldwin, Tyra Banks, Neil Patrick Harris, Adam Levine, Kim Kardashian and Samantha Ronson have all applauded Mr. President for agreeing with them to make same-sex marriage federally legal.
The 'Pumped Up Kicks' hitmakers are turned into human robots after they are crushed during a video shoot gone wrong.
Seth Green, Nathan Fillion as well as Alfred Molina will also lend their voice in the episode that features Superman, Batman, Green Lantern and more superhero characters.
Replacing Blake Lively, the 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' star is going to play opposite Jude Law, Channing Tatum, and Catherine Zeta-Jones in 'The Side Effects'.
The 'How I Met Your Mother' star shares to his Twitter followers that a bear destroys his car while he's rock climbing, writing, 'Nice try, MTV.'
In the newly-debuted music video, Mary J sings about falling for a wrong guy while busting her best moves on the dance floor.
In one of the pictures featured in the January issue, the 'Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol' beauty is captured on camera taking off her coat to unveil a pair of sexy black lingerie.
In addition to Klum and Harris, Snoop Dogg, Jenny McCarthy and Chris Daughtry are set to appear on the show during it's Celebrity Week in early January.
The 'How I Met Your Mother' star says he is sorry for using the word 'tranny' while co-hosting 'Live! with Kelly', tweeting, 'Should have been more thoughtful. Didn't at all mean to offend.'
The 'Muppets' actor opens up in a recent magazine interview that he 'didn't want to go marching down the street with camera crews,' before adding, 'I wouldn't want to get married to be an example.'
'Unfortunately, it won't be the first time I've been plastered on the sidewalk in front of the Frolic Room,' jokes Neil in his acceptance speech during the induction ceremony on Hollywood Blvd.
'The problem is, if you say 'Yes, we're planning a wedding,' then it becomes a big, giant thing,' explains the 'How I Met Your Mother' star when appearing on 'Watch What Happens Live'.
The actor and his long-time partner actually have asked each other's hand in marriage years ago but only reveal it now when gay marriage is legal in New York.
As New York became the sixth state in the U.S. to allow gay marriage, the likes of Neil Patrick Harris, Darren Criss, Pink and many others also take to Twitter to share their positive reactions.
In a press release, executive VP of CBS Entertainment said they are looking forward to what surprises the 'How I Met Your Mother' star would bring this year.