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Heidi Klum and Seal seem to be moving on pretty well from their publicized split earlier this year - or, at least, they are in the press.
Klum gave a German media outlet a hopeful response when the topic of her divorce from the "Kiss from a Rose" singer came up, and Seal, who's promoting a new album, tells USA Today that he's also doing well.
President Barack Obama is considered by some to be the nation's first black president - but Morgan Freeman isn't one such individual.
The actor told NPR's "Tell Me More" host Michel Martin in an interview posted Thursday that "the first thing" that he thinks of when he thinks of Obama is "all of the people who are setting up this barrier for him," Morgan said.
Katy Perry's just opened 3-D concert documentary, "Katy Perry: Part of Me," joins a long line of films that attempt to show the artist(s) both in performance mode and out of it (although it's probably arguable that for many performers, as long as a camera's rolling they're never really "off").
The landmarks of the concert doc mold are hailed for making a viewer feel as though he or she got a backstage pass to the event - even if it happened before the viewer was old enough to get in.
These days it seems you're not a celebrity if you don't do something in fashion, and Gwyneth Paltrow is the latest to bring her minimalistic yet pretty pricey sartorial wisdom to the masses.
Her lifestyle website, goop.com, has created a "goop collection" that so far consists of a pair of $200 designer jeans and a $90 short-sleeved white T-shirt.
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