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There's an interest from both Lavigne and the show's producers about making her the show's new mentor.
For playing dual roles in 'Jack and Jill', for starring in comedy 'Just Go With It' and for writing the screenplay of 'Bucky Larson', Sandler has to receive the biggest shame.
Though Superior Court Judge Marc Marmaro has signed the judgment one day after Perry submitted her response to Brand's divorce filing, they won't be legally single until July 14.
In her February 7 response to the 'Rock of Ages' actor's divorce filing, the 'Firework' hitmaker states that they've 'entered into a comprehensive written settlement of all issues.'
The 'Arthur' star reportedly refused to take half of her money because not only is he a good man but also he is happy with his own earnings.
With tears in her eyes, Marg Helgenberger's character tells her team mates, 'There comes a point in one's life in which one feels compelled to make a change.'
The 'Arthur' star has been tapped to play the titular character, who is an eccentric man hired by a family to help them adjust their lives to a new town.
These acts are invited to perform at the first Secret Policeman's Ball held in the United States this coming March.
Asked how he's doing during the Television Critics Association winter press tour, the 'Strangely Uplifting' star refers to his divorce filing as events and cites author Kurt Vonnegut.
Spotted in public for the first time since her husband filed for divorce, the 'California Gurls' hitmaker is all smiles when posing with a fan on the Santa Barbara set of an Adidas commercial.
As Dean is arrested by famous FBI agent Eliot Ness, Sam tries to find out how to get his brother back to the present.
It's the 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' actor himself who declined the invitation to attend the 38th annual People's Choice Awards, and he did it 'a long time ago.'
In a separate occasion, meanwhile, Russell Brand might have explained why he couldn't continue his marriage to Katy as he said that it's 'hard not to cherish and crave' his promiscuous past.
The Lonny Barnett of 'Rock of Ages' reportedly has been scratched off the guest list of the 38th annual People's Choice Awards to avoid 'any awkwardness or confrontation' with the 'E.T.' singer.
'Part of the strategy was to introduce his core fan base to Chris Brown now: the same talented guy who's 22 and has a little more edge,' Breezy's manager explains.