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  • Younger women outspoken about Woody Allen and Dylan Farrow

    Sarah Seltzer grew up a fan of Woody Allen movies — her parents showed her "Sleeper," "Annie Hall," and "Everyone Says I Love You" once she was old enough to get the jokes. As a 31-year-old writer living in New York, she has admired Allen's more...
  • Erin Andrews to Be Named Co-Host of 'Dancing With the Stars'

    With Brooke Burke-Charvet ousted as Tom Bergeron's co-host on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars," ABC is expected to name Fox Sports anchor Erin Andrews as her replacement. ABC is expected to make it official with Andrews on Monday. A rep for the network...
  • JustJared, People tout 'no kids' photo policies after stars' pleas

    Pop culture site JustJared.com and celebrity magazine People will not publish unauthorized images of celebrities' children, the media outlets announced Tuesday. The move comes shortly after "House of Lies" star Kristen Bell and husband Dax Shepard of...
  • Allison Williams of 'Girls' engaged to Ricky Van Veen

    Allison Williams of 'Girls' engaged to Ricky Van Veen
    Allison Williams, a star of HBO's "Girls" and the daughter of NBC newsman Brian Williams, is reportedly engaged to Ricky Van Veen, her boyfriend of three years. The actress met the co-founder of the CollegeHumor website through mutual friends, according...
  • Camille Grammer undergoes hysterectomy following cancer diagnosis

    Camille Grammer undergoes hysterectomy following cancer diagnosis
    Camille Grammer of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" is recovering from surgery she had last Thursday related to an endometrial cancer diagnosis. "The surgery went well and she is expected to make a complete recovery following a significant...
  • So are Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott broke or not?

    So are Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott broke or not?
    So how broke are Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott? We're getting the feeling that it's all relative. As in, relative to the super-rich lifestyle she had when she was younger. When Spelling told People magazine on Thursday that she and McDermott were...
  • Paula Deen: The world crashed down and I'm still alive

    Paula Deen: The world crashed down and I'm still alive
    Paula Deen is cooking up a comeback, y'all. Think it will work? Deen, 67, is on the March 10 cover of People magazine, arguably the highest-profile stop on her mea culpa tour that she hopes will help her regain the favorable media spotlight. PHOTOS: A...
  • Academy Awards 2014 red carpet: Jennifer Lawrence hopes not to fall

    Academy Awards 2014 red carpet: Jennifer Lawrence hopes not to fall
    "I'm still hungry," Jennifer Lawrence said on the Academy Awards red carpet, "because I still have to fit into my corset." The "American Hustle" supporting actress nominee, dressed in a red Dior gown, referred to her sartorial selection as a "little...
  • Paul and Stella McCartney take in hoops. Kimye visits Versailles.

    News we're catching up on: Fashion designer Stella McCartney took in a basketball game with her dad, Paul McCartney, last week when the Atlanta Hawks and Brooklyn Nets faced off in London. [Daily Mail] A busy Sir Paul then reportedly was among the...
  • Kate Gosselin interjects for twins in awkward 'Today' interview

    Kate Gosselin's twin girls were at a loss for words during their "Today" show interview Thursday that resulted in a pretty awkward exchange between them and their mother, the former star of TLC's "Jon & Kate + 8" and its hydra-like spinoffs and specials....
  • Reflecting on 20 Years of SAG Awards History

    The SAG Awards celebrate their 20th anniversary this year, and it has grown to become one of the most star-studded events, as well as a good bellwether for Oscar nominations. But when the first ceremony was held in 1995, it looked very different from...