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GMA Invites Chris Brown Back to Show

Chris Brown

Good Morning America has invited Chris Brown back to the show even though he broke a window after getting angry about being asked about Rihanna.

"I wish him the absolute ...
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George Lopez Compares Kirstie Alley to a Pig

Kirstie Alley, George Lopez

George Lopez has compared Dancing with the Stars contestant Kirstie Alley to a pig.

"She did a nice job, her little hooves tapping away," Lopez joked on Tuesday's Lopez Tonight after showing a clip of Alley's cha-cha, which earned a ...
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Brooklyn Decker Debuts New 'Do

Brooklyn Decker

Sports Illustrated cover girl Brooklyn Decker has chopped her locks.

The Just Go With It actress showed off her shorter 'do on Twitter, crediting stylists Jason Hueman and Ted Gibson for the look.

"Chopped my hair OFF today!! Thank you!! I love!!" she wrote.

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Friends, Colleagues Remember Elizabeth Taylor for Her Generosity and Those "Unforgettable Eyes"

Elizabeth Taylor

Friends and colleagues remembered Elizabeth Taylor not only as a Hollywood icon and screen legend, but for her revered generosity.

"Elizabeth, on every level, was a mensch. Kind, generous, brave," Taylor's Blue Bird co-star Jane Fonda said.

Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79

Taylor, who won Best Actress Oscars for 1960's BUtterfield 8 and 1966's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, died at 79 Wednesday of congestive heart failure.

"The shock of Elizabeth was not only her beauty," Mike Nichols, who directed Taylor in Woolf, said. "It was her generosity. Her giant laugh. Her vitality, whether tackling a ...
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Cartoon Network and DC Comics Team-Up for Superhero Adventures

DC Nation

"If you're a DC Comics fan this is the best news of all time," says Geoff Johns, chief creative officer for DC Entertainment, with only a slight hint of hyperbole. Johns was on hand at Cartoon Network's upfront presentation in New York City on Wednesday morning to talk about "DC Nation," a programming initiative that will showcase DC's expansive library of characters. Set to debut in 2012, DC Nation will include shows like Green Lantern: The Animated Series, a CGI show coming this fall (springboarding off this summer's Ryan Reynolds film) and Young Justice: Invasion, a 10-episode miniseries spinning out of the original Young Justice... read more

Private Practice's Audra McDonald Returning to Broadway

Audra McDonald

Departing Private Practice star Audra McDonald is heading back to Broadway.

The four-time Tony winner will star in a new production of the George Gershwin and DuBose Heyward opera Porgy and Bess at the American Repertory Theater production in September... read more

S. Epatha Merkerson Joins CBS Drama Pilot

S. Epatha Merkerson

Law & Order alum S. Epatha Merkerson has joined CBS' untitled medical drama pilot from Susannah Grant, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The project follows a competitive surgeon (Patrick Wilson), whose life is changed forever when his ex-wife (Jennifer Ehle) dies and begins teaching him about life from the hereafter. Merkerson will play Wilson's administrative assistant. read more

Beau Garrett Gets Tough on Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior

Beau Garrett, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior

When Beau Garrett first auditioned for Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, she admits producers didn't think she was tough enough to play FBI Agent Gina LaSalle. Before her second audition, she recalls, "I played a little basketball, took a shot of tequila and mellowed out. The combination really relaxed me. I went in there owning it more."

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Wendy Williams Takes Over TV

Wendy Williams

Is it just us, or has Wendy Williams suddenly taken over the whole planet? The best-selling author and daytime chitchatter — now in her second year as host of The Wendy Williams Show — is all set to compete on the new season of Dancing With the Stars. She's also juggling a recurring role as gossip queen and star of Access Llanview Phyllis Rose on the ABC sudser One Life to Live. (Look for her on March 28 dishing dirt on the scandalous Buchanan clan.)

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Matt Damon Talks 30 Rock and Kissing Michael Douglas

30 Rock, Matt Damon

30 Rock viewers rooting for Liz Lemon and her former pilot boyfriend Carol, played by hunky Matt Damon, should know that the fate of their relationship lies in the hands of one woman alone: Tina Fey. "I love that show and I had a great time doing it so if Tina wanted to bring back Carol Burnett, that would be fine with me," Damon told TV Guide Magazine at the premiere for the HBO documentary His Way: A Portrait of Hollywood Legend Jerry Weintraub on March 22.

"At 30 Rock they made it really easy for me. The writing is so good on that show," he says. But for now, expect short TV stints, if any, for the father of four. "I never say never [to doing a TV show], but I'm having a great time making movies. And it gives me a lot of freedom when I'm not working to spend time with the kids."

It looks like Carol and Liz's on-off relationship will remain irreparable while Damon prepares to lock lips with another award-winning actor. read more

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