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Following Whitney Houston's home going service on Saturday, a number of reports have focused on Bobbi Kristina's whereabouts and well-being.
Whitney Houston's rep isn't commenting on the chatter, but Houston's godmother Darlene Love did clear up a rumor that the family was unable to locate Bobbi Kristina for a period of time after Saturday's service.
"She was with us, she was with the family the whole time," Love said in an interview with Access Hollywood. "Everybody went to a restaurant. We call [the event] after the funeral...a repast, where everyone goes to sit and talk and eat. And she was there...she's been with the family these last couple of days. We all know where she is, she's not missing."
Sean "P. Diddy" Combs has been a major player in the music industry for years, and now the record label mogul is making moves in the world of TV.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Combs will launch a network called Revolt with Comcast in 2013. The idea is for the channel to be focused on music and news, but with a social media bent.
In a statement, Combs described Revolt as "the first channel created entirely from the ground up in this new era of social media."
Michael Fassbender's turn in "Shame" was one of the resounding snubs from this year's Academy Award nominations, and the film's director, Steve McQueen, believes the prudes could be to blame.
Fassbender stars in the film as a sex addict, a part that required him to spend screen time in the buff. His performance in the "harrowing drama" was "mesmerizing," Entertainment Weekly said of the Oscars oversight, and cemented Fassbender as "one of the biggest breakout stars of 2011."
Director McQueen agreed that Fassbender had been overlooked by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, reportedly telling the Press Association, "In America, they're too scared of sex, that's why he wasn't nominated. If you look at the best actor list, you're saying, 'Michael Fassbender is not on the list?'"
Hollywood was said to be working on a modern take of "The Bodyguard" before star Whitney Houston's passing, and it appears the 1992 film will also be turned into a musical.
According to the U.K.'s Guardian, a stage version of the story has been in the works since last year, and producers are now said to be preparing the musical to arrive in London's West End in November.
Tony and Grammy winner Heather Headley will reportedly star as Rachel Marron - the role Houston famously played opposite Kevin Costner in '92.
It's "hometown date" week on "The Bachelor," which means on Monday's episode, Ben traveled around the country to visit the families of the four remaining contestants.
It also gave Ben a great opportunity to count how many plaid shirts he owns - he showed off at least three last night.
The first stop on the "hometown date" tour was Ocala, Florida, where Ben, dressed in his finest plaid, met up with Lindzi the horse lady.
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