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Megan Fox's delivery of her first child was so secretive, we just knew the similarly press-avoiding Adele was taking notes.
It turns out all the Brit songstress would have needed to throw off the gossip hounds would've been Reese Witherspoon.
Considering that Simon Cowell already radically shuffled the hired talent on "The X Factor," it wouldn't be a great sign if he had to do it again.
Thankfully, he doesn't have to worry about new judge Britney Spears disappearing on him. The 30-year-old pop star, who signed on for a reported single season of the Fox reality competition for $15 million, has found herself pretty taken with her new job.
As she relayed to press at Monday's "X Factor" finalists party, she'll "definitely" be back for another season.
"It's a lot of fun. It's different from anything I've ever done before, but it's a lot of fun," Spears continued. "We get to sit back and get to be entertained, and it's just wonderful. It's really cool."
Three years ago, Beyonce performed Etta James' "At Last" for a newly elected President Obama and First Lady Michelle as they had their first dance at an inaugural ball.
Now, as he prepares to enter his second term, another round of inauguration events are on the horizon - and the president's still mulling over the right song.
If "American Horror Story: Asylum" is your "guilty pleasure," don't tell Chloë Sevigny.
The actress is guest-starring on the series as asylum inmate Shelley, and recently said in a conference interview that she doesn't view the show as such.
Teri Shields, who served as both mother and manager to her model/actress daughter Brooke Shields, died last week in Manhattan at the age of 79, the New York Times reports.
A rep for Brooke told the paper that Teri had long been battling an illness associated with dementia.
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