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After "The Walking Dead" premiered Sunday night on AMC, reaction to this highly-anticipated series started pouring into Twitter. Overall, it's been mostly very positive, but with a lot of questions.
One Twitter user wrote, "Loved and very disturbed by #walkingdead last night on AMC," while another questioned "how far they can take the series."
Responding to the scene where Rick Grimes' horse is attacked, @marciaesilva asked, "Can a horse become a zombie?" @joshgeeksix noted that "technically, it only answered the question, 'Should I ride a horse into a zombie horde of [Atlantans].'"
“Boardwalk Empire” fans, it’s been an interesting week.
For starters, although I'm not a big Halloween guy, I felt adventurous after last week's episode and came up with the PERFECT scenario for some late October fun.
I decided to “go Nucky.”
Just got off the “Showbiz Tonight” morning call, and we were all talking about Courteney Cox’s surprisingly understanding reaction to David Arquette spilling the beans about their separation on Howard Stern's radio show.
Courteney spoke for the first time about the split with TV Week, saying, “David is an entertainer and I’m sure the people who listen to the radio are entertained by his stories.”
A pretty tame reaction to say the least, so I have to wonder: Why isn’t Courteney more furious considering those entertaining stories were about her?!
Though a RadarOnline.com report has suggested that actor Charlie Sheen was on a cocaine-fueled “rampage” – complete with prostitutes – since returning to Los Angeles last week, Sheen’s manager has debunked the claims with an eyewitness report.
Sheen - who was hospitalized last week while in New York because of an “adverse allergic reaction” to medication - was at home watching a football game, his manager said.
"I went over to Charlie's house earlier today because I was worried after reading Radaronline," Sheen's manager wrote in an email provided to CNN. “Charlie was alone watching Brett Favre getting beat up by New England."
Randy Travis and his wife, Elizabeth, have split after 19 years of marriage and 34 years of working together, their publicist confirmed to CNN. Their divorce became final on Friday, October 29.
“Elizabeth and Randy Travis have agreed to part ways,” the official statement said. “Elizabeth will remain Mr. Travis' personal manager. They do not intend to comment any further and ask for your respect for their privacy during this time.”
Randy, a well-respected country singer and occasional actor, has won six CMAs, nine ACMs, 10 AMAs and six Grammys.
The couple met when the then 17-year-old Randy was performing in a Charlotte, North Carolina, club that Elizabeth owned. “Lib” and Randy moved to Nashville together soon after where she hired him as a cook and singer at “The Nashville Place.” Their romance developed and they married in 1991. She is 17 years his senior.
Sad news has arrived about British songstress Lily Allen. The 25-year-old singer has miscarried, CNN has confirmed.
"It is with great sadness that we have to confirm that Lily Allen and Sam Cooper have lost their baby,” Allen’s rep said in a statement.
According to Yahoo News UK, the artist was six months pregnant when she was rushed to the hospital last Thursday upon experiencing stomach pains. Allen suffered a similar loss in 2008.
“The couple ask that their privacy be respected and that they be left alone at this deeply distressing time,” the statement continued. “No further comment will be made."
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