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Losing a pet is never easy, but it seems it would only be that much worse on a holiday.
Kelly Osbourne and her family experienced exactly that on Christmas this year, as Kelly tweeted Sunday:
"Today is a sad day in the Osbourne family house hold we lost R dog martin of 14 years. Devastated does not quite sum it up! #NotSoMerryXmas"
But it sounds like some of the family's holiday guests were able to lift their spirits a bit. Kelly also thanked interior designer and reality star Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, tweeting, "its never quite a party with out you there daaaarling. you really cheered my mum up so thank you!"
Cirque du Soleil, the internationally renowned troupe of acrobats, dancers, contortionists, gymnasts, and circus-like performers, has finally set up a permanent show in Los Angeles, and the show couldn't have a better theme: filmmaking.
In its rollout of “IRIS: A Journey Through the World of Cinema,” the Cirque has appropriately chosen Hollywood’s Kodak Theatre as its tent, which some of you may know as the setting for the Oscars.
In fact, when the Academy Awards ceremony starts to prepare for its February 26 telecast next year, the show will take its annual hiatus, from January 23 to March 27.
A former member of Lady Gaga's entourage has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the pop star over allegedly unpaid overtime.
According to the New York Post, 41-year-old Long Island resident Jennifer O'Neill was employed as Gaga's personal assistant for 13 months, on hand as the singer conducted her Monster Ball world tour in 2010.
O'Neill is said to have alleged in a lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court last week that she has about 7,168 hours of unpaid overtime, and is reportedly seeking $380,000 in compensation from Gaga's Mermaid Touring company.
Adele and Bruno and Britney, oh my.
DJ Earworm fuses 2011’s most popular pop tunes in his annual year-end mashup, “United State of Pop 2011 (World Go Boom)."
The mashup was inspired by “songs of regret and anger, pride and perseverance, and lots of fire,” Earworm, whose real name is Jordan Roseman, writes on his website.
'Tis the season to hear about plenty of couples getting engaged, and Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves are among them.
The 42-year-old actor popped the question to girlfriend Camila on Sunday, and then revealed the happy news on his WhoSay account.
"Just asked Camila to marry me, merry Christmas" he posted, along with a photo of the couple sharing a kiss.
The actor and Alves, 29, have two children together, and McConaughey hasn't been shy about declaring his adoration for the Brazilian model and television personality. He told Esquire magazine in its April issue, "I found the woman...I wanna make a family with, hopefully live our life out together."
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