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After reportedly overheard telling friends the good news, the supermodel canceled an appearance in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts over the weekend.
Andrew De Leon, who reveals he has been alienated since he was a kid, brings the crowd at the Austin auditions to tears with his performance of an opera song.
The music video features the 'So Listen' singer spending a warm sunny day on the beach singing and surfing.
Kristen Stewart talks Bella's transformation as a vampire, Jackson Rathbone teases Jasper's future, while Nikki Reed reveals that there will be a fight between Rosalie, Bella and Alice.
The Julia Houston of 'Smash' is asking the judge to grant her and Zelman a joint physical and legal custody of their son, Roman.
Under the new agreement, Big Machine Label Group's artists will get money for their songs played on Clear Channel's terrestrial radio stations.
The second daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis refuses to enter guilty plea because she will have a permanent criminal record if she does so.
Producer Nina Jacobson says that Hammer and Hedlund's casting rumor for 'The Hunger Games' sequel is 'so not true', insisting, 'We've not narrowed things down by any means.'
The announcement that the British folk rock band will host a series of mini music festivals in August comes after keyboardist Ben Lovett spilled the beans on the release date for their second album.
The historical drama show drew 13.9 million viewers when it premiered on Memorial Day, making it the top non-sports telecast in ad-supported cable television history.
The folk musician, who put many guitarists under his spell with his flatpicking style, passed away on Tuesday, May 29 at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem.
An insider reveals that the 'Battleship' hunk, the 'Lone Ranger' star and the 'On the Road' actor are the top three choices to play Finnick Odair in the sequel to 'The Hunger Games'.
Atlanta PD launch an internal investigation, a few days after the 'For Colored Girls' director wrote on his Facebook page that he was harassed by two 'hostile' white officers when he's pulled over.
The first full trailer for the Oliver Stone crime-action film is filled with intense scenes, including the one that sees Kitsch violently stabbing John Travolta's hand.
Kitsch's Chon and Johnson's Ben are two drug-dealer buddies who must team up to rescue their girlfriend Ophelia, who is held captive by a dangerous Mexican mafia.