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Cynthia Lennon, first wife of John Lennon, dies of cancer
A publicist says Cynthia Lennon, the first wife of former Beatle John Lennon, has died of cancer at her home in Spain. She was 75.
Paul McCartney defends Kanye West over Brits controversy
Paul McCartney has defended his hip-hop collaborator Kanye West over his 'N-word' controversy at the 2015 BRIT Awards, insisting the rapper has a right to use any language in his music.
George Ezra kicked booze after 18-month binge

British singer/songwriter George Ezra quit booze after his heavy-partying lifestyle pushed him to the point of exhaustion.

Mark Wahlberg producing movie based on Boston bombings

Massachusetts-born Mark Wahlberg is set to produce a movie based on the horrific 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.

Jamie Dornan stalked women for TV role
Actor Jamie Dornan took method acting to another level when he stalked women in preparation for his role as a serial killer on U.K. crime drama "The Fall."
David Beckham's home improvement plans infuriate neighbor
David Beckham and his wife Victoria's plan to install air-conditioning in their luxury London mansion has riled one of their neighbors.
Wilmer Valderrama hoping to direct first film in 2016
Latino power couple Wilmer Valderrama and Demi Lovato are in talks  to make a movie together.
Chattanooga Zoo's Hug-a-Bunny Day 2015
Come celebrate the arrival of spring and the Easter Holiday on Saturday, April 4th for the Chattanooga Zoo’s annual Hug-a-Bunny Day. Video Video
Hawke: I'd rather not win an Oscar
Actor Ethan Hawke is glad he missed out on an Oscar this year.
Clooney's renovation plans rile environmental group
George Clooney is facing objections from a U.K. environmental group over plans to renovate his marital home in Berkshire, England.
Brand blames alps plane crash on capitalist culture
Russell Brand has courted controversy by suggesting a recent plane crash in the French Alps was caused by a "mental illness plague" linked to capitalist culture.
Williams' image cannot be used for 25 years
Robin Williams took legal measures to stop the future use of his image, name and likeness before he died last year.
Khan suffered unwitting drug relapse at Snoop Dogg's house
Soul icon Chaka Khan jeopardized more than 20 years of sobriety when she accidentally inhaled marijuana smoke.
Minaj gets royal proposal
Rapper Nicki Minaj was thrilled to receive a marriage proposal from a fan with royal connections.
Mirren regrets rushing film for festival slot
Dame Helen Mirren is convinced her new film "Woman in Gold" was hit with a slew of negative reviews after its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival because it was not finished at the time of the screening.
Sarandon taking time apart from boyfriend
Susan Sarandon's ex-boyfriend is adamant the couple's split is only temporary as they are simply taking time apart to "refresh" their romance.
Jaguar cub debut
Check out today's animal du jour. Video Video
McGregor: 'Birdman' terrified me
Scottish actor Ewan McGregor was "filled with horror" when he watched Michael Keaton's movie "Birdman."
Carcass cancels Malaysia gig
British metal band Carcass have scrapped an upcoming show in Malaysia after officials denied them permission to play in the country.
Frey eyes Eagles musical
Guitarist Glenn Frey is contemplating developing a musical based on songs of the Eagles.
Bieber scraps new album
Justin Bieber dumped the majority of songs he had recorded for his upcoming album because he is no longer in the "dark place" he was in when he first started work on the project.
Cosby ejects heckler from show
Embattled comedian Bill Cosby came under fire from a persistent heckler at a stand-up comedy show in Maryland on Friday when he was called out over his sexual abuse scandal.
Blanchett: I did not adopt just to have a daughter
Cate Blanchett has dismissed speculation she turned to adoption to complete her family with a daughter, insisting she just wanted to give a less fortunate child a better chance in life.
Foxx under fire for Jenner joke
Jamie Foxx is under fire after making controversial jokes about Bruce Jenner's rumored transition from male to female.
Report: Ford released from hospital
Actor Harrison Ford has reportedly been released from hospital following his dramatic plane crash earlier this month.
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