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December 12, 2012

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'Glee' 4.10 Clip: Kurt and Blaine's Full Performance of 'White Christmas'

December 12, 2012 08:50:25 GMT


Kurt and Blaine are likely going to mend their strained relationship in an upcoming episode of "Glee". After planning to spend their Christmas together, the couple will reunite in New York during which they spend their time playing ice skating.

Hitting the ice skating rink before Kurt, Blaine starts belting out "White Christmas". Kurt quickly joins his boyfriend in the fun and sings the holiday classic, showing no sign of tension between them. Planning to give a surprise to Kurt, Burt also visits his son and watches him ice skating from a distance.
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Rick Ross Explains Tour Cancellation, Announces Move to Atlantic Records

December 12, 2012 08:23:59 GMT


Rick Ross has broken silence on his decision to call off the second leg of his tour. In an interview over at a Miami radio station, the Maybach Music Group founder denied earlier rumors that gang threats had forced him to cancel his tour. Instead, he cited conflicts with his tour promoter Shawn Gee as the true reason for the cancellation.

Ross a.k.a. the Bawse accused the concert promoter of mishandling their business, saying Gee canceled some shows without his consent. "I just felt like that was some power that I needed to take away from homey, so I canceled the rest of the dates that I had arranged with him," he clarified.
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Justin Bieber Pictured Throwing Water Bottle at Paparazzi

December 12, 2012 08:12:49 GMT


Justin Bieber didn't look pleased when he went out for shopping trip in Miami recently. The teen flashed no smile to the camera when chucking a bottle of water in the direction of swarming paparazzi after he made his way out of a store with his bodyguards.

The "Boyfriend" singer went shopping solo without his girlfriend Selena Gomez in tow. The Canadian heartthrob donned a plain white tee with its short sleeves rolled up, navy-blue hammer pants, a backward baseball cap, dark shades, and some gold chains.
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Thorin Leads the Dwarves to Sing 'Misty Mountain' in New 'Hobbit' Clip


December 12, 2012 08:04:34 GMT


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Richard Armitage shows his vocal chops in a new clip for "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey". Playing dwarf leader Thorin Oakenshield, Armitage is seen leading his fellow dwarves to sing the "Misty Mountain" anthem, which brings goosebumps to the audience. Those dwarves are seen in Bilbo's house along with Gandalf when they croon the mystical ode.

"Far over the misty mountains cold/ To dungeons deep and caverns old/ We must away ere break of day/ To find our long-forgotten gold," so they sing whole-heartedly. "The pines were roaring on the height/ The winds were moaning in the night/ The fire was red, it flaming spread/ The trees like torches biased with light."
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Florence and the Machine Break Off an Audience Fight at Their Scotland Concert

December 12, 2012 07:48:58 GMT


Florence and the Machine's Florence Welch is not only a great singer but also an effective peacemaker and caring rock star. The voice behind the English indie rock band had to stop in the middle of her "Shake It Out" number to break off an audience rumble during their Aberdeen concert in Scotland Sunday night, December 9. The fight, which broke out just in front of Welch, distracted her and prompted the singer to drop her mic and give a scolding of a lifetime with the thousands of fans watching.

Everything started out quite peacefully as the band played their tune. However, as Welch sang through the middle of the song, she was suddenly irritated by loud noises and angry remarks coming from a group near the front of the stage. Instead of ignoring the commotion, the "Lover to Lover" hitmaker called out the attention of the quarreling group and told them to basically put a sock in it.
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History Channel Hit With Lawsuit by 'Pawn Stars' Cast Members' Ex-Agent

December 12, 2012 07:43:30 GMT


The guys of "Pawn Stars" are the subject of a $5 million lawsuit filed by their former agent in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, December 11. Venture IAB, which signed Richard B. Harrison, Richard K. Harrison, Richard C. Harrison and Austen Russell in 2007 and helped them land the reality series, claims it lost its commissions of 10 percent interest in their income due to improper termination.

Venture IAB names the reality TV stars' new agent Michael Camacho as well History Channel's executives Mary Donahue and Nancy Dubuc defendants in the lawsuit. The talent agency claims Donahue and Dubuc "intended to disrupt" the agency's agreement with the guys "so that Dubuc's and Donahue's friend and agent, Michael Camacho of UTA, could take over" as their agent.
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Brooke Mueller's Kids Live With Denise Richards While She's in Rehab

December 12, 2012 07:39:12 GMT


Charlie Sheen's exes Brooke Mueller and Denise Richards prove once again that there's no bad blood between them. TMZ reports Denise is happily taking care of Bob and Max, Brooke's twin sons with Charlie, while she is away in rehab.

The children will live with Denise for "an indefinite period of time," and it's not the first time they stay with her. The last time Brooke checked into rehab after she was charged with cocaine possession in February, the kids were also left with Denise.
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J.J. Abrams Dishes on Benedict Cumberbatch's John Harrison in 'Star Trek' Sequel

December 12, 2012 07:10:57 GMT


A day after the news broke that Benedict Cumberbatch's villainous character in "Star Trek Into Darkness" would be called John Harrison, director J.J. Abrams had a sit-down with MTV News to discuss who Harrison really was. The helmer, who's notoriously known for being highly secretive, refused to reveal the villain's true identity but did explain what make the "cool" character so important for the movie.

"Rather than answer anything that would give away the fun of the movie, I would say that the character that Benedict plays, he brings such an incredible power to it," Abrams said, letting fans continue their speculations on who Cumberbatch is actually playing. "His voice alone, I actually as a joke should have had him read the lunch menu," he added with a laugh.
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Sitar Legend Ravi Shankar, George Harrison's Former Mentor, Died at 92

December 12, 2012 07:02:14 GMT


Ravi Shankar, the sitar master who influenced The Beatles' music, has passed away at the age of 92. "With profound grief and sorrow, we mourn the passing of Pandit Ravi Shankar on December 11, 2012. He died in San Diego at 4:30 P.M. Pacific time," it was announced on his official website.

The Indian music great "had suffered from upper-respiratory and heart issues over the past year and underwent heart-valve replacement surgery last Thursday. Though the surgery was successful, recovery proved too difficult for the 92-year-old musician."
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Frank Ocean Does Soulful Cover of Radiohead's 'Fake Plastic Trees'

December 12, 2012 07:00:22 GMT


R'n'B artist Frank Ocean must have mustered a lot of confidence from his recent six Grammy nods as he did the unexpected performance at a Spotify press conference held in New York's Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. The soul singer covered Radiohead's classic single "Fake Plastic Trees" and gave it his signature falsetto touch plus a lot of those vocal gymnastics that made the song sound quite fresh and interesting.

Female fans present at the press conference were all giggly and screaming in delight with their smiles up to their ears as they relished every note that came out of Ocean's number. He did a short but sweet cover of the 1995 hit, complete with a sultry way of holding the mic stand and coy glances at the thrilled audience recording his performance via their phone cams. The smooth and emotion-filled rendition seamlessly transitioned to his original "Channel Orange" single "Voodoo", which he also performed that night.
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'Teen Wolf' Alum Colton Haynes to Be 'Important Player' on 'Arrow'

December 12, 2012 06:49:19 GMT


Two months after revealing his exit from "Teen Wolf", Colton Haynes has landed a new TV gig. He has been cast in a recurring role of Roy Harper on The CW's rookie series "Arrow".

"We were big fans of Colton from Teen Wolf and we are thrilled he's joining Arrow," executive producer Greg Berlanti tells TV Guide. The 24-year-old hunk will make his first appearance on the CW drama series in 2013.
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Rush and Donna Summer Lead 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees

December 12, 2012 06:28:47 GMT


Canadian rock band Rush and Queen of Disco Donna Summer join 6 other inductees to 2013's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. "It's a terrific honor and we'll show up smiling," says Geddy Lee, Rush's singer and bassist. Summer, who passed away from lung cancer in May of this year, will be awarded posthumously, same with American blues guitarist and singer Albert King, who passed away in 1992.

Hip-hop pioneers Public Enemy, American rock duo Heart, and singer-songwriter Randy Newman round up the list of 6 performers who will be inducted next year. Lou Adler, owner of the famous Roxy Theatre in Hollywood, and record producer Quincy Jones, will also be inducted as they both will receive the Ahmet Ertegun Award for non-performers.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Jennifer Lawrence Is World's Most Desirable Woman

December 12, 2012 06:25:45 GMT


Jennifer Lawrence lands atop an AskMen poll asking which female celebs males choose to be a prospective partner. The Katniss Everdeen of "The Hunger Games" soars from her last year's position at No. 47 to the top spot as the most desirable woman in the world.

"Overall, there's a sense that she's a little more authentic than other actors," editor-in-chief James Bassil explained why the "Silver Linings Playbook" star becomes a favorite. "She's fresh because we haven't seen her all over the gossip pages for the past three or four years."
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Avril Lavigne Covers Nickelback's 'How You Remind Me'

December 12, 2012 06:21:27 GMT


Female pop-rocker Avril Lavigne recorded her version of Nickelback's 2001 hit "How You Remind Me", which landed on the net on Tuesday, December 11. The song was originally sung by Lavigne's fiance and band frontman Chad Kroeger and is now part of an upcoming soundtrack for a Japanese Anime film titled "One Piece Film: Z". Lavigne gives this version a slow, piano ballad twist and a more gloomy and emotive vibe, which fans may definitely dig.

The "Sk8er Boi" hitmaker starts the song with a melancholic intro but she quickly picks up some beat on the tune as she croons through the ever so familiar hook of the track. There is a very sophisticated balance between the keyboard tunes and the drum beats on Lavigne's rendition and listeners will be instantly reminded why the song became a smash hit for Nickelback in 2001.
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Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' Throws Starry Premiere in New York City

December 12, 2012 06:19:02 GMT


Critics' darling film "Django Unchained" has gotten its star-studded premiere in New York City on Tuesday evening, December 11. Highlighting the special screening event taking place at the Ziegfeld Theater were the film's leading cast members such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx as well as director Quentin Tarantino.

DiCaprio looked charming as usual with a sleek gray suit that he paired with a matching tie and well-polished black leather shoes. Foxx, meanwhile, opted to go with a three-piece black suit. As for Tarantino, he picked a casual all-black ensemble. He was accompanied by longtime collaborator Uma Thurman, who looked gorgeous in a long black coat and skinny pants that she paired with pastel-colored scarf.
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Skylar Grey Rides With Eminem in New Video 'C'mon Let Me Ride'

December 12, 2012 06:02:02 GMT


Skylar Grey has premiered a new and wacky video for her sarcastic single "C'mon Let Me Ride". In the new clip, the up-and-coming artist got some help from rapper Eminem in poking fun at today's highly-sexualized world culture and went on to carry out her vengeful plans against men's magazine models. Grey's ultimate parody moment came through her role as a plastic surgeon botching up the sexy models in the clip.

At the beginning of the video, which is a homage to Queen's classic hit "Bicylce Ride", Grey aims to grab the attention of a man but fails miserably as the guy's eyes are constantly glued to the sexy and scantily-clad girls in his magazine. While riding her bike along the trailer park location, she chances upon a photo shoot for the men's magazine and suddenly comes up with her evil plan how to get back at the girls.
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Russian Muse Galina Vishnevskaya Living in Exile in U.S. Dies at 86

December 12, 2012 05:58:47 GMT


Russian outspoken opera legend Galina Vishnevskaya, who left her home country after being forced into exile in 1974, passed away Tuesday, December 11 in Moscow. She's allegedly battling heart disease in the past years. She's 86.

Galina and her cellist husband Mstislav Rostropovich were forced to flee Russia after supporting Nobel prize-winning writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn, who was very critical of the communist government. They were later stripped off their citizenship.
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Spice Girls Reunite to Debut Their Stage Musical 'Viva Forever!'

December 12, 2012 04:55:38 GMT


Their group folded up more than a decade ago, but the five members of Spice Girls took the stage once again for a curtain call for the musical premiere of "Viva Forever!" on Tuesday, December 11 at London's West End. The Piccadilly Theatre was filled with fans and followers of "Girl Power" to support Posh Spice (Victoria Adams), Scary Spice (Melanie Brown), Baby Spice (Emma Bunton), Sporty Spice (Melanie C) and Ginger Spice (Geri Halliwell).

Set to some of the group's hits including "Wannabe", "Spice Up Your Life" and the title track, the stage musical was loosely-based on the girls' sudden rise to stardom in the 1990s. It was the idea of producer Judy Craymer, who also produced the worldwide hit musical "Mamma Mia!", and British comedian Jennifer Saunders, who used the group's "Girl Power" theme while setting it in today's world of Twitter and TV talent shows.
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'Game Change' Sequel in the Works, Taking on 2012 Election

December 12, 2012 04:47:51 GMT


Following the critical and commercial success of "Game Change" TV movie, HBO is developing the sequel. The premium cable channel has optioned the rights to "Double Down: Game Change 2012", a book by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann which will be released in fall 2013.

The upcoming book will give an account of this year's presidential election between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney which was won by Obama in November. Penguin Press' Ann Godoff claims the book will "create the lasting story of the 2012 race for the presidency."
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'Angry Birds' Movie Officially in the Works for 2016 Release

December 12, 2012 04:34:58 GMT


Celebrating its third anniversary on Tuesday, December 11, fan-favorite arcade game "Angry Birds" announced that it would have its own feature film. Rovio Entertainment, which develops the world's popular game, has confirmed that a big screen adaptation for the game is officially in development with "Despicable Me" producer John Cohen.

The plan is to make the "Angry Birds" film a 3D CG-animated feature that will be released in the summer of 2016. Serving as the executive producer is David Maisel, the former Chairman of Marvel Sudios who also executive produced "Iron Man".
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Taylor Swift Kisses Harry Styles and Does 'Dirty Dancing' With Him

December 12, 2012 04:26:12 GMT


Taylor Swift continues to show her affection toward her new beau Harry Styles. The 22-year-old country/pop star is caught on camera kissing the One Direction member stage side when watching Z100's Jingle Ball where they were set to perform in separate sets.

In a video taken by a concertgoer, Taylor was seen dancing to B.o.B's "So Good" with Harry next to her. She then gave him a kiss before leaving to allegedly join the rapper on stage for their duet "Both of Us". While waiting for her performance, Harry goofed around with his friends.
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'Lincoln' Breaks Record With 13 Nominations at 2013 Critics' Choice Movie Awards


December 12, 2012 04:02:49 GMT


Yet another prestigious awards event announced its nominees. On Tuesday, December 11, the Broadcast Film Critics Association revealed the complete nominations for its 18th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards. Dominating the list was Steven Spielberg's history drama "Lincoln" with a total of 13 nods. The Abraham Lincoln film broke the record at the awards for a movie with the most nominations ever, beating previous record-holder "Black Swan" with 12 nods in 2010.

In addition to vying for the Best Picture title, the epic history movie was up for Best Actor for Daniel Day-Lewis and Best Director for Spielberg. The other nods included Best Cinematography, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Costume Design, Best Makeup, Best Editing, Besy Acting Ensemble and Best Score.
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Former 'Storage Wars' Star Claims Show Is Rigged in Lawsuit

December 12, 2012 03:51:52 GMT


Former "Storage Wars" star Dave Hester is now at a legal war with A&E and Original Productions. Hester, who was one of the main buyers on the reality series, has filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against the cable channel and the show's producers for wrongful termination.

In a document obtained by TMZ, Hester claims he was fired in October after complaining to producers that the show's rigged. Giving evidences, he reveals that producers planted a BMW mini car under a pile of trash and a pile of old newspapers announcing the death of Elvis Presley.
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NAACP Image Awards 2013 Nominees in Music: Bruno Mars, Alicia Keys and More


December 12, 2012 03:43:26 GMT


In a live press conference from the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, the NAACP announced the complete list of nominations for its 44th annual Image Awards, which included nominees in recording. Singer-songwriter and record producer Bruno Mars joins four other nominees in male artist category which includes all-around entertainer Usher, while R'n'B superstar Alicia Keys leads the category for female artist.

Both Keys and Mars are also vying for the Best Music Video for "Girl on Fire" clip and for "Locked Out of Heaven" video respectively. As if those are not enough, both stars are also nominated separately in the two top awards for the recording category, which are for Best Song, headlined by Mars' "Locked Out of Heaven", and Best Album, which Keys' "Girl on Fire" is up for.
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Lindsay Lohan Unfollows The Wanted's Max George After He Called Her a Groupie

December 12, 2012 03:20:36 GMT


After following The Wanted for several days, Lindsay Lohan now seems to distance herself from the boyband as she's no longer following Max George on Twitter. Her move comes hot on heels of a new interview done by her crush, during which he called her a "groupie."

Max made such comment about LiLo when asked by ITN reporter backstage at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball if he's dating LiLo. "No, what's the right word for her? A yeah, a groupie!" he answered, to which his fellow bandmate jokingly added, "She is probably hiding in our suitcase right now!"
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'The Voice' Reveals Top 3, Eliminates Trevin Hunte

December 12, 2012 03:06:46 GMT


It's now down to three in "The Voice" season 3 as the singing competition sent home another contestant on Tuesday, December 11. Cassadee Pope and Terry McDermott opened the results show with a duet of "Little Talks".

The two proteges of Blake Shelton were later declared safe, leaving Trevin Hunte and Nicholas David of team Cee-Lo Green in jeopardy. "I hate seeing you two pitted against each other," Cee-Lo said when learning that his proteges were in the bottom two. "You have my love respect and loyalty going forward. May the best man win."
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Shia LaBeouf to Star in 'Orphans' for His Broadway Debut

December 12, 2012 02:48:51 GMT


After deciding to quit blockbuster film world and focus more on gritty independent films, Shia LaBeouf will also expand his acting career to Broadway. The former leading man of the "Transformers" film franchise is set to make his stage debut through a revival of Lyle Kessler's play called "Orphans".

Representatives of the "Orphans" producers announced the news on Tuesday, December 11, confirming that LaBeouf would star as a petty thief called Treat. He would star opposite Alec Baldwin, who was tapped to play an older gangster called Harold.
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NAACP Image Awards 2013 Nominees in Movie: 'Django Unchained' Vs. 'Flight'

December 12, 2012 02:09:24 GMT


Adding the hype to the upcoming awards season, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People announced the nominees for its annual awards event on Tuesday, December 11. In the motion picture categories, Quentin Tarantino's acclaimed slavery era actioner "Django Unchained" was pitted against Robert Zemeckis' pilot drama "Flight".

"Flight" led the pack with a total of five noms, while "Django" and "Beasts of the Southern Wild" trailed behind with four. The two highly-praised movies were also set to compete with critics' darling "Beasts", tuskegee film "Red Tails", and Tyler Perry's romcom "Good Deeds".
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NAACP Image Awards 2013 Nominees in TV: 'Steel Magnolias' Leads With Seven

December 12, 2012 02:07:23 GMT


The nominations for the 44th Annual NAACP Image Awards were announced on Tuesday morning, December 11 in Beverly Hills, California. Grabbing the most nods in TV field is Lifetime's TV movie "Steel Magnolias" with seven.

The remake of a 1989 feature film of the same title vies for the Outstanding Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special. It grabs four of five spots in Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special category, putting its stars Alfre Woodard, Jill Scott, Phylicia Rashad and Queen Latifah up against one another for the title.
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Miley Cyrus' Heart 'So Hurt and Broken' After Her Dog Lila Died

December 12, 2012 01:43:47 GMT


Miley Cyrus is mourning the death of one of her dogs, a 2-year-old Yorkie mix named Lila. "My heart has never been so broken..... Lila my sweet baby girl has passed away," the former Disney darling tweeted to more than 10 million followers on Tuesday, December 11.

"Can't think of one good reason to get out of bed today," she wrote earlier that day. "For everyone asking... I have never been so hurt in my life." She added, "Broken. Gonna go MIA for a bit. Need some healing time. Thank you to everyone who has sent love my way. I need it."
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'Man of Steel' Unleashes Dramatic Full-Length Trailer

December 12, 2012 01:29:07 GMT


"Man of Steel" has just dropped its very dramatic full-length trailer. It opens with scenes of Clark Kent drowning in deep water while recalling his childhood memories with his mom Martha Kent. Scenes of him arguing with Jonathan Kent over his superpower is also featured in this touching trailer.

After a series of tear-jerking scenes, the video sees Clark being clad in Superman getup, walking alone in the snow. "Whoever that man is, he's gonna change the world," so a voice-over is heard as the Kryptonian hero storms the sky. The rest of the trailer features high-octane scenes of a world destruction and the hero tries to save it, but he gets misunderstood.
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Charlie Sheen Writes $75K Check for Girl With Cancer

December 11, 2012 19:02:13 GMT


Beside to Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen's money is also going to a better cause. The former "Two and a Half Men" actor has donated $75,000 to a 10-year-old girl in a fight against cancer.

Story began when Sheen met a policeman in Hermosa Beach in California and had a conversation with him about his daughter Jasmine. The girl suffers from Childhood Rhabdomyosarcoma, which is a type of cancer that often attacks soft tissue in a child's face. "No parent should have to watch their kid go through that," Sheen reportedly said about the officer.
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Underwear-Less Anne Hathaway Flashes Photographers

December 11, 2012 18:27:01 GMT


Anne Hathaway did not bother to wear protection against paparazzi's sharp cameras when attending the New York City premiere of her new film "Les Miserables" at Ziegfeld Theatre. On a rainy night of Monday, December 10, the actress flashed photographers her genitalia as she stepped out of her limousine sans underwear.

The 30-year-star did not seem to realize the wardrobe snafu. She continued smiling for the photographers and posed in her daring black dress which has thigh-high slit and parachute-like cape on the back. The ensemble reportedly came from Tom Ford's house of design and used faux leather because Hathaway is a vegan. She topped off her appearance with bondage-style boots and Fred Leighton jewels.
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Ian McKellen Has Battled Prostate Cancer for Six Years

December 11, 2012 17:49:16 GMT


Ian McKellen has been hiding his health problem for the past "six or seven years". The "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" actor finally revealed in a new interview with Daily Mirror that he has prostate cancer which is not life-threatening when treated correctly.

"I've had prostate cancer for six or seven years," the 73-year-old actor told the magazine. "When you have got it you monitor it and you have to be careful it doesn't spread. But if it is contained in the prostate it's no big deal."
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James Franco's Childhood Footage Used in 'Can't Say Goodbye' Video

December 11, 2012 17:36:17 GMT


James Franco and his bandmate Tim O'Keefe released one more single from their debut Daddy EP and its music video. The visual of "Can't Say Goodbye" made use of Franco's childhood footage from the time he was a baby to adolescence.

Debuted via MTV.com, the video actually contains emotional weight that Franco carried. "The song is really sad for me, actually," he told MTV. "When I was in Detroit, my father died, so I wrote a song kind of about it. I feel like the lyrics aren't super-explicit so it can be kind of a goodbye to anyone. That was the inspiration, and then my mother had recently dug up all the home movies that she had, so we thought it would be a good connection if we used those images for this song."
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Remains of Jenni Rivera and Others in Plane Crash Found


December 11, 2012 17:07:52 GMT


Mexican singer Jenni Rivera is now confirmed dead after her remains were recovered overnight in Northern Mexico. Authorities also said on Tuesday, December 11 that remains of the other six passengers of the crashed Learjet25 were also found and had been taken to a Mexican forensics facility.

Rivera, her make-up artist, publicist, lawyer and the plane's crew boarded the plane at 3:30 A.M. on Sunday. After ten minutes, the airport officials lost contact with the pilots. The wreckage was later found in the northern state of Nuevo Leon and the damage was so severe that officials could not confirm the death toll immediately.
 
 
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