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Paula Deen Won't Change On-Air Cooking Style Much After Diabetes Reveal

Paul Deen

Paula Deen, the butter queen, will continue to spread her Southern style on television... but perhaps not as thick.

After revealing that she has Type 2 diabetes in January, Deen is ready to move on and promote her slightly less fatty cuisine. Just don't expect her to throw out that tub of butter completely.

"I am who I am. But what I will be doing is offering up lighter versions of my recipes," the Food Network star told The Associated Press at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival on Friday. "I will have a broader platform now, trying to do something for everybody. But you know, I'm Southern by roots. I was taught [to cook] by my grandmother and nothing I can do would change that."

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Pilot Season: Lost's Emilie de Ravin Moves to Americana

Emilie de Ravin

Emilie de Ravin has signed on with an ABC drama pilot, but it's not Beauty and the Beast.

The former Lost star has joined the cast of Americana, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Deadline first reported the news

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The Dictator's Oscar Victory: Sacha Baron Cohen Invited to Attend in Costume

Sacha Baron Cohen, The Dictator

The Dictator has won!

The Acadmy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has invited Sacha Baron Cohen to attend Sunday night's Oscar ceremony dressed as his title character in the upcoming film The Dictator, Deadline reports. This decision reverses the Academy's previous stance banning attendees using the red carpet for "stunting" or self-promotion. Baron Cohen had originally planned on walking the Oscars red carpet as the fictional Admiral General Aladeen.

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Pregnant Jessica Simpson Feels Like a "Big Blob"

Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson might be carrying pregnancy weight, but viewers will see a slimmer version of the singer when her reality competition show Fashion Star premieres in March.

"I wasn't pregnant when we shot it. It will be amazing to see myself with a waistline," she said on a call Thursday, according to US Weekly. "I'll be like a big blob sitting on the couch watching myself thin."

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Idol's Jordin Sparks Pays Tribute to Sparkle Co-Star Whitney Houston

Jordin Sparks

American Idol winner Jordin Sparks mourned when her idol Whitney Houston died on Feb. 11, but paid tribute to her Sparkle co-star at Thursday's Essence Black Women in Hollywood luncheon in Beverly Hills, People reports.

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Spartacus' Dustin Clare: Gannicus Returns to the Arena to Right Wrongs

Dustin Clare, Spartacus: Vengeance

Gannicus! Gannicus! Gannicus! The original Champion of Capua returns to Spartacus: Vengeance on Friday (10/9c, Starz), and like the last time he entered that arena, many will die. But will they perish at his hand?

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David Cross "Not Ashamed" of Doing Cocaine Near President Obama

David Cross

Barack Obama probably isn't laughing at comedian David Cross' confession of misconduct at the White House.

In an interview with Playboy, Cross admits he snorted cocaine 65 feet away from the President at 2009's White House Correspondents' Dinner, EW reports.

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Seinfeld Actor Survives After Shooting Self in Head

Daniel von Bargen

Seinfeld actor Daniel von Bargen, who's best known for playing George Costanza's boss Mr. Kruger in the sitcom, is in critical condition after a failed suicide attempt earlier this week, TMZ reports.

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The CW Renews America's Next Top Model for Cycle 19: Co-Ed Edition!

Tyra Banks

Ready to sign up for Smizing 101?

The CW has ordered a 19th season of America's Next Top Model, which will be a college edition, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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VIDEO: Mariah Carey "Almost Incapable" of Discussing Whitney Houston's Death

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey appeared on Good Morning America Tuesday to promote her latest cause, heart health, and to share her feelings on the death of her friend Whitney Houston.

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