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In the grand history of celebrity mugshots - which includes Nicole Richie's smizing and Paris Hilton's "did you get my good side?" head tilt - Bruno Mars' September 2010 photo is a standout.
The "Locked Out Of Heaven" singer had been booked on a drug charge in Las Vegas at the time. Instead of doing the stoic face of someone in trouble with the law, Mars smiled like he was at the Grammy Awards.
Monday's "Tonight Show" came with an extra bit of venom for the executives at NBC.
During his opening monologue, Jay Leno took a shot at the higher-ups of his network by saying, "You know the whole legend of St. Patrick, right? St. Patrick drove all the snakes out of Ireland, and then they came into the United States and became NBC executives.”
After divorcing Tom Cruise, her husband of five years, and settling into a new home in New York, Katie Holmes is keeping all of her options open.
Katie Holmes' Allure cover shoot: Behind-the-scenes video
So when Allure magazine brought up her now-defunct Broadway show, "Dead Accounts," Holmes explained, “I was open to – well, to whoever wanted me. But it was always my goal to make it back to the stage.”
Sofia Vergara, as we've seen, has a healthy appetite, but these days the actress is paying more attention to what she eats.
The reason behind that, as she told Vogue magazine, is because she's freezing her eggs.
When Sir Patrick Stewart ties the knot with jazz singer Sunny Ozell, his friend and co-star Sir Ian McKellen is going to do the honors.
McKellen revealed as much on the U.K.'s "Jonathan Ross Show" this weekend, after Ross brought up the fact that McKellen is returning as Magneto in "X-Men: Days of Future Past," which will also see Stewart reprise his role of Professor X.
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