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Now that he's no longer tied to "Fifty Shades of Grey," Charlie Hunnam is ready to embrace his freedom.
At his first public appearance since Universal announced the actor will no longer portray the successful and suave Christian Grey, Hunnam broke his silence on his post-"Grey" life.
TLC is so beloved and so legendary, any attempt to condense the hip-hop/R&B group's story into a TV movie would be immediately met with skepticism.
But on Monday, VH1 pulled off what many imagined the network couldn't: a watchable biopic of the all-female trio called "CrazySexyCool."
Katy Perry's newest album, "Prism," is about growth in more ways than one.
The 28-year-old pop star is still skilled at churning out hits - "Prism's" first single, "Roar," being the latest to climb to No. 1 - but Perry herself is no longer ensconced in a "Teenage Dream."
When Melissa McCarthy picked out a swanky gray coat to wear on the cover of Elle magazine's November issue, she had no idea she was igniting a controversy.
The 43-year-old actress told CNN at the magazine's Monday celebration of Women in Hollywood that the negative reaction to the cover, with some accusing the magazine of putting McCarthy in an overcoat in order to hide her size, caught her off guard.
As "Dancing With the Stars" came to an end last night, it looked like Bill Engvall's underdog run was going to end, too.
The comedian and his pro partner, Emma Slater, had the lowest score among the eight remaining couples following Monday night's performance.
After Jack Osbourne was declared "safe" by co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet, Engvall was the last celebrity left on the floor, so all that was left was the farewell dance, right?
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