Courteney Cox shows off her Malibu estate in Elle Decor
June 16th, 2011
11:32 AM ET

Real estate of the rich and famous

There’s plenty of room for friends at Courteney Cox’s Malibu pad.

The actress tells Elle Décor in the July/August issue that, after growing up with 20 first cousins and having a Sunday dinner ritual at her grandmother's house, she’s still accustomed to rounding up loved ones for weekly celebrations.

Situated on two acres, the estate has guest cottages, a tennis house and court, plus a saltwater swimming pool.

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June 16th, 2011
11:02 AM ET

Playmate of the Year on the Harris-Hefner split

Playmate Crystal Harris told Ryan Seacrest yesterday, is wasn't an argument that lead her to back out of her wedding to Hugh Hefner. It was just a case of cold feet, she says.

But Playmate of the Year Clair Sinclair says there’s much more to the story. Last night, she told HLN’s Joy Behar she’s not surprised the wedding was called off. In fact, she says people were surprised this couple, who “had nothing in common” and “no chemistry,” was getting married in the first place.

Sinclair went so far as to suggest Harris was using Hef to promote a music career. Could it be? While you ponder that, you can listen to Harris’ first single, “Club Queen.”

Watch "The Joy Behar Show" Sunday through Friday at 10 p.m. ET on HLN. For the latest from The Joy Behar Show, click here.

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Kim Kardashian wants a $4600 vase
June 16th, 2011
09:59 AM ET

Kim Kardashian wants a $4600 vase

What do you get a reality TV star and her basketball player fiancé as a wedding gift?

Either a $4,625 black vase or a $375 candy jar, if Kim Kardashian’s wedding registry is any indication.

The online list, confirmed to E! as legit by Kardashian’s camp, features a variety of stemware, flatware, plates and other miscellaneous items from the upscale Gearys Beverly Hills. If you, for whatever reason, attempted to purchase everything on that list you’d be out of about $172,000.

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‘Top Chef’ crowns a new Master
June 16th, 2011
09:54 AM ET

‘Top Chef’ crowns a new Master

One of the appealing things about “Top Chef” is the simplicity of the final challenge: cook the best meal of your life. “Masters” has taken a slight twist on that, challenging the last chefs standing to cook a meal that represents their culinary lives.

But like with so much else this season, the final challenge was changed, too. Luckily, it actually worked to the show’s and the chefs’ benefit.

Mary Sue, Traci and Floyd were tasked with cooking a three-course meal. The first course needed to represent their first food memory; the second course called back to the meal that inspired them to become chefs.

For the third course, the chefs were each assigned a critic, and challenged to cook a dish based on the meal that inspired James Oseland, Ruth Reichl and Gael Greene to become food critics.

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'Mrs. Hefner' on the cover of Playboy
June 16th, 2011
09:41 AM ET

'Mrs. Hefner' on the cover of Playboy

Oops.

The July issue of Playboy Magazine features a cover of Crystal Harris and the headline "America's Princess: Introducing Mrs. Crystal Hefner."

Well, that would have been her name if Harris hadn't called off the wedding which had been scheduled for Saturday.

The now ex-fiancée of the world's most famous playboy appeared on Ryan Seacrest's radio show Wednesday to explain her side of the story regarding the break up. FULL POST

Jaleel White: I've made a [bleep] of money
June 16th, 2011
08:00 AM ET

Jaleel White: I've made a [bleep] of money

If the casting for “The Cosby Show” had played out differently, Jaleel White – yes, Steve Urkel from “Family Matters” – could’ve been Rudy Huxtable instead of Keshia Knight Pulliam.

White, 34, tells Vanity Fair that the character was originally supposed to be a boy.

According to White, he thought he was all squared away – his agent had even told his parents to start looking for places in New York. But then, with one more audition left that was supposed to be a “formality for the network,” “a little girl comes walking in, and I’m like—even at eight years old—‘Who’s she?’” White recalls.

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