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Even if you're not a fan of ABC's "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" series, you've probably heard that the network has picked its first non-white "Bachelor," Juan Pablo Galavis.
It's a significant move for the reality dating competition, because the show's never actually had a "Bachelor" or "Bachelorette" of color since it began in 2002. Last year, the network and the companies behind the shows faced a class-action lawsuit that accused the programs of racial bias.
Chris Brown's next album might also be his last.
The 24-year-old performer tweeted Tuesday that he's considering an early retirement from music.
When Halle Berry learned she was expecting her second child, it came as a surprise to both the actress and the team behind her upcoming movie, "X-Men: The Last Stand."
The 46-year-old star revealed her return to the "X-Men" franchise in March, but by the next month had even bigger news: she and her now-husband, Olivier Martinez, are awaiting a baby. According to reports, that turned out to be a little tricky when it came to production.
Last week on "The Bachelorette," Desiree was heartbroken to discover that Brooks - the finalist she truly fell in love with - just wasn't that into her.
But with two finalists left, Des rallied on Monday's "Bachelorette" finale to figure out if either of the contenders could be the right guy for her.
Fans of celebrated author Elmore Leonard are sending him well wishes as he recovers in a Detroit-area hospital after suffering a stroke.
Grit on wry: A dinner with Elmore and Peter Leonard
According to the Detroit News, Leonard's stroke happened last Monday.
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