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Sheree Whitfield has NeNe Leakes‘ back! (OK! Magazine)

Guess the Kardashian booty! (OK! Magazine)

Miley Cyrus‘ dad is giving her an achy breaky heart! (Star Magazine)

Caitlyn Jenner‘s Vanity Fair cover was the cover of the year! (Naughty Gossip)

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Both Aaron Sorkin and a writer from The Newsroom have given their takes on the controversial campus rape plot from the show’s Dec. 7 episode, “Oh Shenandoah.” Now one of the stars of the show, Olivia Munn, has given her perspective while speaking with EW.

Appearing on EW Morning Live, Munn spoke about the reaction to the “Shenandoah” plot line, as well as her own take on the story.

Munn’s character, Sloan Sabbith, is in… Continue reading Olivia Munn defends Aaron Sorkin’s portrayal of campus rape plot on ‘The Newsroom’

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We know him best as Scott McCall on
“Teen Wolf” but Tyler Posey decided to give fans a viewers an inside look at his personal life in a 45 minute documentary “Being Tyler Posey” on MTV. Watching him ride motorcycles with his dad, hang out with his family and plan his upcoming wedding just served to confirm that Tyler Posey is

Despite going through a very public legal battle regarding the custody of her unborn child, Sherri Shepherd is keeping her head held high.

“I’m a Chicago girl – I’m a fighter; I’m a survivor,” Shepherd told E!

The View co-host filed for divorce from TV writer husband Lamar Sally in May, but now he’s suing for sole custody of their child who has yet to be born… Continue reading Sherri Shepherd Defends Herself Amidst Legal Battles– ‘I’m A Fighter; I’m A Survivor’

Showtime confirmed Thursday that any Dexter spin-off must involve star Michael C. Hall in an on-camera role.

“It would have to involve Michael,” said entertainment president David Nevins, echoing what Dexter showrunner Scott Buck previously told us. “I would only do it with Michael.”

Nevins was talking to a huddle of reporters at the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual press tour on Thursday and fielded several questions about the long-running drama, which… Continue reading Showtime defends ‘Dexter’ finale, says no spin-off without Michael C. Hall