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  • William Shatner Will Miss Leonard Nimoy's Funeral: "I Feel Really Awful"
    William Shatner Will Miss Leonard Nimoy's Funeral: "I Feel Really Awful"

    William Shatner tweeted on Saturday, Feb. 28, that he will sadly have to miss the funeral of his late friend and Star Trek co-star Leonard Nimoy -- get the details

  • Jennifer Lawrence Slams "Malarkey" David O. Russell Fight Rumor in Rare Facebook Post
    Jennifer Lawrence Slams "Malarkey" David O. Russell Fight Rumor in Rare Facebook Post

    Jennifer Lawrence slammed a "malarkey" rumor about a reported fight between herself and director David O. Russell on a movie set in a rare Facebook post -- see what she said

  • Lady Gaga Takes the Polar Plunge With Fiance Taylor Kinney: Cute Photos
    Lady Gaga Takes the Polar Plunge With Fiance Taylor Kinney: Cute Photos

    See photos of a shirtless Taylor Kinney giving his fiancee Lady Gaga a piggyback ride after they participated in the Polar Plunge on Mar. 1

  • Lupita Nyong'o's $150,000 Oscar gown returned by thief via TMZ
    Lupita Nyong'o's $150,000 Oscar gown returned by thief via TMZ

    The $150,000 Oscar gown worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o that was stolen two days ago was returned on Friday by the thief, who tipped off celebrity news site TMZ.com after learning the pearls on the dress were fake, according to officials and the website. TMZ said the thief took the Calvin Klein dress from Nyong'o's hotel room on Wednesday after finding the door ajar. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Lieutenant Michael White told reporters at a Friday news conference that they received a call around 3 p.m. local time from a media outlet who reported hearing from an anonymous caller that the dress had been returned to the London Hotel. The media source said the thief removed two pearls from the dress and took them to the Garment District in downtown Los Angeles where they were told they were not real, according to White.

  • Brit awards shake up British album chart, boost Sam Smith

    Fallout from the Brit awards shook up the music charts on Sunday, knocking U.S. rock band Imagine Dragons off the top spot in favor of English singer/songwriter Sam Smith, data from the Official Charts company showed. Smith won the British BreakThrough Act award at last week's ceremony, helping lift sales of his album "In the Lonely Hour" to number one from number two. By contrast, "Smoke & Mirrors," by Imagine Dragons, last week's number one, fell to twelfth place. British singer Ed Sheeran, winner of British Male Solo Artist, grabbed the number two spot with "X", while British hard rock group Royal Blood, winners of the British Group award, bagged the third slot, up 15, with their self-titled album.

  • Michelle Rodriguez: Minority Actors Should "Stop Stealing" White Superheroes

    The 'Furious 7' actress also addressed whether she would appear in the 'Green Lantern' reboot.