|US Release Date||02/23/2011|
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has defended plans to award a knighthood to Queen Elizabeth II's husband Prince Philip following a storm of criticism over the appointment.
Actress Sofia Vergara has confirmed her engagement to Joe Manganiello, confessing she is still in shock by his proposal.
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon signed a prenuptial agreement featuring a financial penalty for speaking publicly about their breakup, according to a new report.
British funnyman Al Murray is entering the race for public office after announcing plans to stand in the U.K.'s general election as his comedic character The Pub Landlord.
British funnyman Stephen Fry has yet to fix a date for his wedding, but he plans to tie the knot with his fiance in the coming months.
The story changed her life but she does not regret speaking out.
"I am alone with Chinese food."
Rapper Nicki Minaj is convinced many stars are too scared to talk publicly about the recent police killings in the U.S. after Kanye West was "torn apart" for speaking out about social justice issues.
Acting veteran Christoph Waltz is adamant online security protocols must change in the aftermath of the Sony Pictures hacking scandal which led to the leak of his James Bond movie script.
Former supermodel Beverly Johnson wrestled with the idea of going public with her allegations of attempted sexual assault against beloved comedian Bill Cosby, insisting it was the "most difficult decision" she has ever made.
|Ted Griffin||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000005|
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