In Touch Weekly
December 10th, 2010
02:00 PM ET

Weeklies cheat sheet: More Kate Middleton?

There are still weeks and weeks to go until Kate Middleton and Prince William tie the knot, but apparently, there is just SO MUCH to say about this soon-to-be bride. In fact, the wedding fever is so strong in this edition of your celebrity weeklies round-up, everyone else's potential weddings are being investigated too!

In other news, Kendra of "Girls Next Door" fame is a mother, in case you haven't heard from the 5467389 other cover stories there's been about the fact that she has indeed procreated.

Yawn. Wake us up when someone goes back to rehab.


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Lusting for 'The Big Bang Theory'
December 10th, 2010
01:00 PM ET

Lusting for 'The Big Bang Theory'

There may be hope yet for Amy Farrah Fowler.

The female version of Sheldon actually broke away from him in the feelings department. Seems AFF isn’t averse to a little lusting after a dude, and she did just that over one of Penny’s former flames.

Now I know people have some feelings as to how realistic it is that she has gone her whole life without ever feeling any excitement over a guy until she came upon this one. But honestly, do we think AFF even got out much prior to falling in with our “BBT” brood?

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Paul Giamatti could wind up in 'Three Stooges'
December 10th, 2010
12:54 PM ET

Paul Giamatti could wind up in 'Three Stooges'

As Marquee previously reported, the Farrelly Brothers' "The Three Stooges" movie was set to begin shooting in March without a cast. Now, quirky actor Paul Giamatti confirms Internet buzz that he could, in fact, be getting his slapstick on as wild-haired Stooge Larry Fine.

Giamatti tells New York magazine's Vulture he didn't even know a Three Stooges movie was in the works when a man at the Sundance Film Festival asked if he would be interested in replacing Sean Penn as Larry.

"I just thought it was some weird question! So I went, 'Sure,'" explains 43-year-old Giamatti. "I didn't know what he was talking about, and then the next thing I knew, it was all over the Internet. Then [the filmmakers] said, 'Do you want to read the script?' And I said, 'Sure.' And I read it and said, 'This is really nice. I want to do it.'"

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Chelsea Handler on Angelina Jolie: I'm not a fan
December 10th, 2010
12:30 PM ET

Chelsea Handler on Angelina Jolie: I'm not a fan

Comedian Chelsea Handler has a few more choice words for Angelina Jolie.

After calling the mother of six a "home wrecker" during a recent stand-up gig in Newark, NJ, then defending her remarks by saying, "I've been making fun of Angelina Jolie since she made out with her brother," Handler – who is good friends with Jennifer Aniston – is throwing even more jabs at Brad Pitt's current partner.

"Yeah, I’m not a fan," she tells Katie Couric in an interview for Glamour magazine. "She just doesn’t come off to me as a sincere woman. She seems like a woman that you’d really want to avoid."

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'Hey Soul Sister' iTunes best-selling single of 2010
December 10th, 2010
12:07 PM ET

'Hey Soul Sister' iTunes best-selling single of 2010

That October campaign to ban "Hey Soul Sister" from being used in advertisements certainly didn't make the song any less popular: Apple has announced that the Train single was iTunes's best-selling single of 2010.

Entertainment Weekly reports that "Hey Soul Sister" was the most downloaded song on the music service, with Katy Perry's "California Gurls" and Eminem's "Love the Way You Lie" rounding out the top three.

As Marquee previously reported, Brad Meyers and Keith Stoeckeler created the website Stop Advertising From Pulling a Train after hearing "Hey Soul Sister" in everything from Samsung 3D TV ads, the trailer for the Katherine Heigl/Josh Duhamel flick "Life As We Know It," and even a breast cancer PSA.

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'The Hasselhoffs' canceled after one night
December 10th, 2010
11:11 AM ET

'The Hasselhoffs' canceled after one night

Apparently watching the Hoff was just too much of a hassle for A&E viewers. The network has pulled the reality series "The Hasselhoffs" after just two episodes, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The first of the 30-minute shows, which followed the adventures of former "Baywatch" star David Hasselhoff as he helped daughters Taylor Ann and Hayley pursue show business careers, premiered December 5 to only 718,000 viewers. By the second episode, which aired that same evening, viewership was down to 505,000 viewers.

"It was an opportunity to have a half-hour commercial for who we are, and not 'This is who we are because you read about it in a magazine.' It was an opportunity to come clean and talk about what it's like being David Hasselhoff and the business. It's not like the Kardashians or Ozzy Osbourne," 58-year-old Hasselhoff has said of why he did the show.

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