7 December 2012 1:04 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Rome – Silvio Berlusconi’s flirtation with returning to the political world he left in disgrace just 13 months ago turned into a serious romance Friday, after a top lieutenant said the 76-year-old media kingpin would run for prime minister next year and a web site touting Berlusconi’s accomplishments during his last nine years in office was made public. Berlusconi announced he would run for prime minister earlier this year but then quickly changed his mind after the plan failed to gain traction. After abandoning plans to run, Berlusconi said he would support the appointed government headed by Mario Monti.

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