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In the aftermath of the infamous Jack the Ripper case, London's East End is terrorized by another series of murderers.
The member of girlband The Saturdays says, 'Marvin and I could NOT be more thrilled to announce that we are expecting our first child mid next year.'
The British girls will be followed by cameras as they juggle their personal and professional lives in the United States.
The Australian teen popstar dons warm outfit, while Mollie King and co. brave the cold by showing off their legs in mini ensembles.
After spending all day in the office, Una Healy and friends head straight to the club to spend the night away.
Given Super Bowl free ticket by Fox, the 'Glee' star says she didn't receive it because she doesn't 'know much about (football).'
The Rocket Man slams the two girl groups for being indistinguishable, saying 'It's hard to tell Girls Aloud from The Saturdays.'
The all-female group will lead people to observe two minutes of silence to commemorate fallen soldiers.
After beating the all-girls group for the second time at Singles chart, the rapper said he would love to have a collaboration which is more important than being number one.
The three singers beat out other celebrity siblings such as Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen as well as the Kardashian sisters.
The rapper claims his driving license was not suspended and wants to sue either the DMV or the insurance company for the wrong allegations.
The co-star of Farrah Fawcett in the 1970s TV series will share her experiences in surviving breast cancer and adopting a baby as well as her acting career in the tome.
He would be joined by Alexandra Burke and James Blunt among others in a concert which ticket sales will benefit the soldiers as well as families of the deceased ones.