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Lindsay Lohan's latest brush with the law apparently hasn't dampened her social life.
The 26-year-old starlet was seen in Philadelphia on Wednesday night, hanging out backstage at Q102's Jingle Ball concert, where The Wanted were performing.
Danny DeVito's recent separation from his wife Rhea Perlman was one of the more heartbreaking splits that happened this year, but it sounds like there's hope for the couple.
DeVito recently told "Extra" that he and Perlman, whom he married in 1982 while on a lunch break from his TV series "Taxi," are still trying to repair their relationship. The two announced their separation in October, but didn't explain what led to the rift in their marriage.
But when 68-year-old DeVito was asked whether he was adjusting to life as a single man, he hesitated and explained that he wasn't really solo these days.
"Rhea and I are really close, and actually still together," DeVito said. "Separate, but still together."
As far as a reconciliation? "We're working on it," he said.
The Recording Academy showed appreciation for a variety of young artists this year, but they didn't extend any of that love toward Justin Bieber.
The 18-year-old pop star didn't snag a Grammy nod Wednesday for his album "Believe," or any of its singles. Instead, the six artists at the top of the nominees pile include Frank Ocean, Mumford & Sons, Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys), Jay-Z, Kanye West and Fun., who earned six nods each.
If you're Justin Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, you look at that and think the Recording Academy "blew it."
"Walking Dead" fans were looking forward to the introduction of Tyreese on Sunday night's episode, and so far actor Chad Coleman seems to have knocked it out of the park as the leader of another group of survivors.
Coleman spoke to reporters earlier this week about what it's like being the new guy on the set of the hit series, which just happens to be filled with zombie extras.
This would be one case in which the film title really does say it all.
The teaser trailer for "Star Trek Into Darkness" is grim from start to finish, as it focuses on the havoc Benedict Cumberbatch's much-speculated-about villain aims to unleash.
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