Fred Travalena, a famed impressionist and entertainer nicknamed "The Man of a Thousand Faces," has died. He was 66.
Travalena died Sunday in Los Angeles from a recurrence of an aggressive form of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, his publicist, Roger Neal, told the Associated Press. Travalena was first diagnosed in 2002 with the disease, which went into remission the following year before re-surfacing last July. Travalena was also diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2003, but Neal said the disease had been in remission since then.
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A judge awarded Michael Jackson's mother temporary custody of his children Monday as Jackson's private physician described his final moments — and the possibility emerged of a live album, recorded on the eve of the superstar's death.
In another court action Monday, Katherine Jackson also sought control of her son's estate, court spokeswoman Vania Stuelp told TVGuide.com. The judge has not yet ruled on the motion.
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Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff scheduled a hearing for Monday on temporary custody of the children and an Aug. 3 hearing on Katherine Jackson's request to be their permanent guardian.
Ana Ortiz and Noah Lebenzon
Ugly Betty's Ana Ortiz and her husband, musician Noah Lebenzon, are the proud parents of a baby girl, the couple's first child.
Make It or Break It, the new series about wannabe Olympic gymnasts, stuck its landing in its debut, delivering the largest audience for an ABC Family premiere since The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
Frasier alum Peri Gilpin visited the TVGuide.com offices to talk up the show, on which she plays mom to a pair of vaulting, tumbling prospects. Watch the video after the jump.
An emotional Janet Jackson took the stage at Sunday's BET Awards to thank the fans for their support in the difficult days following her brother Michael's shocking death.
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Host Jamie Foxx escorted her to the microphone, where she said she was going to be brief. "To you, Michael is an icon; to us, Michael is family," she said, holding back tears. "He will forever live in our hearts. On behalf of my family and myself, thank you for all your love and support. We miss him so much. Thank you so much."
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Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett
Reality star and former Playboy cover girl Kendra Wilkinson married NFL player Hank Baskett at the Playboy Mansion this weekend.
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Among the wedding's 500 guests were former boyfriend and Playboy founder Hugh Hefner and Wilkinson's Girls Next Door co-stars Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt, the latter of which was a member of the bridal party, according to People.
Wilkinson, 23, walked down the aisle in a white dress and wearing more than $100,000 worth of Michael Barin jewelry. Baskett and his groomsmen wore white, and the bridesmaids wore lavender. The couple was married on the mansion's lawn, which was ...
Billy Mays, who sold such products as OxiClean and Orange Glo in late-night infomercials and demonstrated his techniques in his Discovery series Pitchmen, has died. He was 50.
Mays was found dead at his home Sunday morning and no foul play was suspected, Tampa police told news outlets. Autopsy results were expected Monday.
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Police have questioned Michael Jackson's personal physician and have found there to be "no red flag" in his account of the events leading to the singer's death, a source told the Los Angeles Times.
The LAPD has stated that Dr. Conrad Murray — a Las Vegas cardiologist who was scheduled to accompany Jackson on his upcoming U.K. tour dates — sat with police for three hours Saturday night. Police have said that he is not suspected of any wrongdoing and is cooperating with their investigation. Murray's attorney, Edward Chernoff, issued at statement after the meeting, saying that his client "is in no way a suspect and remains a witness to this tragedy."
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Richie Sambora and Jon Bon Jovi
With nearly wall-to-wall coverage of Michael Jackson's death, it might be easy to forget the ongoing struggle taking place in Iran. But rocker Jon Bon Jovi hasn't forgotten.
Earlier this week, Bon Jovi and bandmate Richie Sambora recorded a version of Ben E. King's classic "Stand by Me" with Iranian superstar Andy Madadian. Their mission: to send a message of global solidarity to the Iranian people who are caught in the midst of debate and protest over the country's recent election.
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