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David Arquette and Girlfriend Expecting a Baby

David Arquette and girlfriend Christina McLarty are expecting a baby together, People reports.

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David Arquette and Girlfriend Expecting a Baby

David Arquette and girlfriend Christina McLarty are expecting a baby together, People reports.

Arquette, 42, and McLarty have been... read more

Jennifer Lopez Rushed to Safety After Nearby Gunshots During Video Shoot

Jennifer Lopez was rushed to safety while shooting a music video after gunshots were fired nearby, US Magazine reports.

Fall TV Scorecard: Renewed or canceled?

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Prince Michael Jackson to Guest-Star on 90210

Michael Jackson's son Prince will make his acting debut on The CW's 90210, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Mark Steines and Wife Are Separating

Mark Steines, the former Entertainment Tonight host who now appears on the Hallmark Channel's Home & Family, is separating from his wife, Us Weekly reports.

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How Much Did Sheryl Crow Know About Lance Armstrong's Doping Cover-Up?

Throughout Lance Armstrong's two-part confession to Oprah Winfrey, the cyclist revealed many details about his use of performance-enhancing drugs during his career. But one thing never mentioned throughout the televised interview: Sheryl Crow, Armstrong's former fiancée who was with him during two of his seven Tour de France victories of which he has since been stripped.

So how much did Crow know about Armstrong's use of banned substances and subsequent cover-ups? According to Celebuzz, a whole lot. read more

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Premiered: September 14, 1981, on Syndicated
Rating: TV-G
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Premise: To many show-business aficionados it's simply `the news.' The L.A.-based `ET' (which has been around longer than the Steven Spielberg movie) was the first of the nightly syndicated show-business newscasts, and it remains the highest-rated.

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