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Bachelor Alum Renee Oteri Is Pregnant

Renee Oteri

Bachelor alum Renee Oteri is a mommy-to-be!

Oteri and her husband, Bracy Maynard, got married in March and are expecting their first child together, Us Weekly reports. read more

Reggie Bush Marries Lilit Avagyan

Lilit Avagyan and Reggie Bush

Reggie Bush married his fiancée, Lilit Avagyan, on Saturday in San Diego, California, People reports.

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Jenny McCarthy: Rosie O’Donnell Will Bring "Fire" Back to The View

Jenny McCarthy

Jenny McCarthy believes Rosie O'Donnell will light a spark under The View when she returns to the chat show this fall.

McCarthy was a bit more diplomatic than her former co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck when reacting to O'Donnell's re-hiring. "I knew they were looking to bring some heat to the table and there is no doubt that with Rosie there will be some heat," McCarthy told reporters Friday at an event in Las Vegas, according to Us Weekly. read more

Glee's Final Season Trimmed to 13 Episodes

Glee

As Glee limps to the end of its six-year run, Fox has trimmed the musical's final season order to just 13 episodes, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

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Jimmy Kimmel, Wife Welcome Baby Girl

Jimmy Kimmel, Molly McNearney

It's a girl for Jimmy Kimmel and his wife Molly McNearney!

McNearney delivered their baby Thursday morning, Kimmel announced via Twitter. "Congratulations to my beautiful and very tough wife @mollymcnearney on delivering our baby girl this morning," he tweeted Thursday.

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Dick Jones, Voice of Pinocchio, Dies at 87

Richard Percy Jones

Richard Percy "Dick" Jones, who appeared in more than 100 movies and TV shows and voiced Pinocchio in the Disney cartoon, died Monday after a fall at his home in Northridge, California, the Los Angeles Times reports. He was 87.

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ABC Confirms Rosie O'Donnell's Return to The View

Rosie O'Donnell

Rosie O'Donnell is officially returning to The View.

After reports surfaced earlier this week that O'Donnell was in negotiations to come back to the show, ABC confirmed the news Thursday via Twitter. (Apparently the objections of O'Donnell's nemesis, former View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, fell on deaf ears.)

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Check Out the New Seinfeld Emojis

Seinfeld emoji

Seinfeld references may soon be coming to a text message near you.

Designer Kevin McCauley has created a series of Seinfeld emojis, featuring most of the recurring cast as well as references to jokes from the show, for a new iPhone app. Among the objects depicted are Junior Mints, a puffy shirt and a loaf of marble rye.

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Justin Bieber Gets Probation, Anger Management in Egging Case

Justin Bieber

After pleading no contest Wednesday to charges of vandalism for throwing eggs at his neighbor's houseJustin Bieber was fined and put on two years' probation, during which time he must attend anger management classes, CNN reports. The singer must also pay the neighbor $80,900 and stay 100 yards away from the victim's family.

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The Bridge Boss on Season 2 Changes: It Is a “Four-Course Meal of Weirdness”

Demian Bichir, Diane Kruger

FX's border drama The Bridge has undergone a reboot of sorts in its second season.

While the show's first season followed Detectives Marco Ruiz (Demian Bichir) and Sonya Cross (Diane Kruger) as they hunted for a serial killer in Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas, Season 2 casts a much wider thematic net. Now left completely to its own devices rather than following the Scandinavian show on which it was based, The Bridge has shifted its focus to examine how political and corporate corruption on both sides of the U.S./Mexico border permeates issues like the drug trade, immigration and human trafficking. But make no mistake — it's actually more twisted (and bloody) than ever.

"It is a radically different show, and I mean that in the best sense of the word," creator Elwood Reid tells TVGuide.com. "It's trying to tell a bigger story, but the way we're trying to tell a bigger story is not to shovel a bunch of facts at you. We're telling it through characters, through things that affect people's lives."

Adds Reid: "[Police procedurals] can be empty calories. I'm going to set the table, I'm going to serve you some appetizers, and then I'm going to serve you a real rich four-course meal of weirdness, and let's see how that goes, instead of just that constant sugar rush of hunting the serial killer every week."

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