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Here's a round-up of the latest confirmed reports from the CNN Entertainment Unit:
Steven Tyler has announced he’s leaving “American Idol.”
Tyler, who joined the show in its 10th season, sat at the judges table alongside Randy Jackson and Jennifer Lopez for two seasons. (And rumors are swirling that Jackson and Lopez may be looking to leave “Idol,” as well.)
Seven musicians and three “Twilight” stars make up Forbes’ list of the 10 highest-paid celebrities under 30.
Taylor Swift, 22, swipes the top spot with a cool $57 million, beating out Justin Bieber and his $55 million. At 18 years old, the “Boyfriend” singer is the youngest of the top 10 earners.
Stephen Moyer, who plays vampire Bill Compton on HBO’s “True Blood,” says he’ll occasionally bite his fans, but only when they ask him to.
“If the person looks clean and wholesome, I might oblige,” Moyer told The Advocate.
The topic of motherhood was brought up when Queen Latifah stopped by "The View" on Wednesday, and the 42-year-old actress revealed that she's still planning to adopt, a goal she's had for awhile.
"I'm actually kind of working on that," she said. "I just always wanted to bring a child home. It doesn't matter where the child [comes] from."
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