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Leeza Gibbons Marries

Steven Fenton and Leeza Gibbons

Television personality Leeza Gibbons wed Steven Fenton in an intimate ceremony on Wednesday, People reports.

Gibbons, 54, and Fenton, 41 were married at midnight on a Beverly Hills, Calif., rooftop where they had their first date. Only three guests were in attendance, Gibbons' children Lexi, Troy and Nathan. Lexi, 21, and Troy, 19, were ordained in order to officiate the ceremony and Nathan, 13, gave out the rings.

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Jeremy Renner Offered Lead Role in Bourne Legacy

Jeremy Renner

Jeremy Renner has been offered the lead role in The Bourne Legacy, Deadline.com reports.

The spin-off film follows a new operative (Renner) from a covert government program, similar to the character of Jason Bourne that Matt Damon originated in the series. Tony Gilroy will return to direct.

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Do You Like Mandy Moore as a Redhead?

Mandy Moore

Mandy Moore is going back to red.

Moore unveiled her coppery new 'do in New York on Wednesday, a dramatic change from her recent espresso-colored locks.

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Mel Gibson In First Public Interview Since Released Tapes: "It’s One Terribly Awful Moment in Time"

Mel Gibson

"It's one terribly, awful moment in time," Mel Gibson says in his first interview since the taped conversations between him and ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva were released.

"[It] doesn't represent what I truly believe or how I've treated people my entire life," he says.

Mel Gibson turns himself in to police

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The Office: The Dundies Lose Their Shine

Steve Carell

It's been six years since Office viewers got a taste of the Dundies, but judging from Thursday's episode, Dunder Mifflin's greatest honor has lost its shine. Back when we attended the first Dundies at the beginning of Season 2, fans had no idea what would become of Meredith's excessive drinking, Michael's affection for song parodies and then-temp Ryan and the close friendship between Jim and Pam, but the episode came just as the then-struggling U.S. adaptation was about to enter the pop culture zeitgeist. Seasons later, what Pam lovingly referred to as "the best Dundies ever!" is still a favorite among Office diehards.

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The Office’s John Krasinski on Getting Married: "Life Changed a Lot"

John Krasinski

"I just got married, so life changed a lot," John Krasinski, who married British actress Emily Blunt in July, tells Hollywood 411 while promoting his new film Something Borrowed. "Everything has been fantastic, the thirties so far are blowing the other years out of the water."

Ginnifer Goodwin, Krasinski's Something Borrowed co-star, concurs. "I'm liking the... read more

Top Moments: Dancing's Sex on a Stick and a Surprise 30 Rock Cameo

Dancing With The Stars, Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Our top moments of the week:

12. Best Freudian Slip: On The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business, Flight Time has a Freudian slip — literally — as he falls flat on his butt while transporting Sigmund Freud's couch to the University of Vienna. But we think the meaning was lost on him altogether since he... read more

The Killing: Watch Detectives Linden and Holder Confront Rosie's Teacher

The Killing

What kind of relationship did Rosie and her teacher, Mr. Ahmed, have?

At the end of last week's episode of The Killing, Detective Holder tracked down one of Rosie's big secrets. Turns out she met up with Bennett Ahmed (Brandon Jay McLaren) in a shady area of Seattle, well outside of English class.

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Game of Thrones' Mark Addy: Robert Is "Not Really a Kingly King"

Mark Addy

In Game of Thrones' debut, viewers met King Robert Barantheon, a laid-back monarch who seems more interested in wenching and quenching various appetites than in ruling the Seven Kingdoms. On Sunday, the show will give insights into the fat man who sits on the Iron Throne and the cause of much bloodshed to come.

"The thing about Robert is that he's not really a kingly king," Mark Addy, who plays Robert, tells TVGuide.com "He's really a guy, a warrior, a soldier who happens to find himself in a position of power. He'd much rather be with the lads. That's his roots, his heritage."

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Supernatural: Castiel Bends Time and Truth

Misha Collins

On Supernatural's upcoming Western-themed episode, Dean and Sam aren't the only ones facing a life or death showdown.

After Castiel (Misha Collins) sends the Winchesters (Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki) back in time to follow up on a clue from Samuel Colt's diary, he continues with his own efforts to build up a supernatural army. As the season has been progressing, however, more and more of his actions have become suspect.

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