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MTV’s The Real World Returns to Las Vegas

The Real World: Las Vegas

MTV's The Real World is returning to Sin City: The show's 25th season is being filmed in Las Vegas.

"Everything in Vegas is on a grander scale, and that comes through loud and clear this season," MTV told People in a statement. "Romance among the cast members is at an all time high, and as secrets each cast member has brought with them are revealed, those relationships will be challenged and tested."

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Swedish Actress Lena Nyman Dies at 66

Lena Nyman

Swedish actress Lena Nyman has died after battling an illness, The Associated Press reports. She was 66.

Nyman starred in more than 50 Swedish films and plays, many of which were sexually explicit. She rose to international fame when she landed the lead role in I Am Curious — Yellow, the 1967 film that was banned in the U.S. for two years due to the nudity and sex scenes. She also starred in the sequel I Am Curious — Blue.

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Movie News: Jason Segel Joins Undercover Cop

Jason Segel

Jason Segel is taking a trip to the '80s for an upcoming film, Undercover Cop.

Although the plot is under wraps, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the comedy is based on the true story of a former cop that infiltrated the New Jersey criminal underworld in the era of "feathered hair and zipper jackets."

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Buffy Alum James Marsters Weds

James Masters

Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum James Marsters had wed his longtime girlfriend Patricia Rahman, People reports. The couple exchanged vows Jan. 14 in a private civil ceremony in L.A.

Marsters, 48, who is also a musician, met the 26-year-old German fashion student backstage at his concert in Amsterdam.

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VIDEO: Bachelor Pad Winner David Good Explains What "Man Code" Really Means

David Good, Bachelor Pad

After his stint on The Bachelorette and a winning turn on Bachelor Pad, David Good has put all his experience with love (and, of course, lust) into a book called The Man Code.

"The man code is an unwritten set of rules that governs all men," he says. "It's something we're genetically made up with and why men act the way they do."

Bachelor Pad winner has a message for fellow contestants: "Bite me"

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Will Wizards of Waverly Place's Justin Give Up Everything for a Girl?

Leven Rambin, David Henrie

For Wizards of Waverly Place's Justin Russo, love is always complicated, and in an upcoming three-part story, it won't get any easier.

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In Friday's episode, Justin, played by David Henrie, is distracted when a new student, Rosie (Leven Rambin), catches his eye. But when she's incapable of completing a wizard wand drill that he's teaching, he learns that she can't do magic because she's actually an angel.

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"She's gorgeous and Justin starts to fall in love with her [but] she's not who we think she is," Henrie says.

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The Vampire Diaries Episode Recap: "Daddy Issues"

On this week's Vampire Diaries, Elena is shocked to learn that Uncle John (aka her biological father) has returned to Mystic Falls. Meanwhile, Caroline is taken hostage as Tyler deals with the news that she and her fellow vamps may have killed Mason.

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Real Housewives of Miami Gets Premiere Date, New York Pushed Back

Real Housewives of Miami

Move over, New York: Miami is taking your place.

The Real Housewives of Miami will premiere Tuesday, Feb. 22 at 10/9c, Bravo announced Thursday. New York's Season 4, which was set to debut this month, has been pushed to spring.

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Bachelor's Ashley S. Says She Felt Defeated Going Into Two-on-One Date

The Bachelor

Ashley S. went into her two-on-one date on The Bachelor this week with a feeling it was her last.

"I was defeated," she says. "The fact that I was going on the two-on-one with my best friend in the house was just an awful situation."

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TV Journalists Increasingly Targeted in Egypt

Katie Couric

Broadcast journalists were increasingly targeted — detained, harassed or beaten — amid the unrest in Egypt Thursday, among them CBS anchorwoman Katie Couric and a Fox News Channel crew.

Meantime, sources told Time magazine that Lara Logan, chief foreign affairs correspondent for CBS News, was held along with her crew by Egyptian police outside Cairo's Israeli embassy. Couric wrote on Twitter that she and her crew came under attack by "very hostile" supporters of President Hosni Mubarak and that they "wouldn't let us shoot video."

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