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Gisele Bündchen Shows Off Her Baby Bump While Wearing a Bikini in Miami

4 November 2012 3:57 PM, PST

Talk about one hot mama! Supermodel Gisele Bündchen flaunted her flawless pregnant bod and belly in Miami Beach, Fla., Sunday morning. The 32-year-old, who is expecting her second (genetically gifted) child with NFL Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, wore an animal print bandeau bikini top, sunglasses and a relaxing straw hat while sunbathing with a friend. The supermodel clearly had an agenda for relaxing as she recommended to followers on her Facebook page: "Have a bright weekend!" This will be the second child for the couple, who are proud parents to their adorable 3-year-old son Benjamin. »

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Eddie Murphy Honored by Samuel L. Jackson, Russell Brand, Jamie Foxx, Adam Sandler, More

4 November 2012 2:54 PM, PST

Eddie Murphy should feel pretty good today. The comedy legend was honored last night during the taping of Spike TV's Eddie Murphy: One Night Only special, and toasted by Hollywood pals like Samuel L. Jackson, Adam Sandler, Jamie Foxx and Russell Brand. Needless to say, the presenters didn't hold back on the funnies while paying tribute to the 51-year-old actor. Foxx began the show by introducing Eddie on stage and paying his Dreamgirls pal a bevy of compliments. "Not one comedian can tell you that they didn't look at Eddie Murphy and want to be like him," Foxx said. Tracy Morgan stepped out next, wearing Murphy's signature red leather suit from his 1983 special Delirious »

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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart Heat Up On the Road After Party!

4 November 2012 10:59 AM, PST

Kristen Stewart walked the red carpet at the AFI screening of her film On The Road solo (and stunned in a gorgeous Balenciaga number). But the after party was a different story. That's because the Twilight actress was joined by none other than boyfriend Robert Pattinson. For the record, Rob didn't walk the carpet and wasn't spotted inside the theater for the movie. The Audi-sponsored fete was held at the Roosevelt Hotel across the street from Grauman's Chinese Theater (where the screening took place) and the couple spent the evening on the Garden Terrace. So was the night filled with Pda for the newly reunited duo? Not quite. Early in the night, K.Stew, who traded her red »

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Box Office: Wreck-It Ralph Wins the Game

4 November 2012 10:25 AM, PST

Wreck-It Ralph took the first weekend of the holiday box-office season with a $49.1 million debut, per estimates. Denzel Washington's Flight soared, too, with a $25 million Friday-Sunday opening that Hollywood.com analyst Paul Dergarabedian called "much stronger than expected." James Bond, meanwhile, continued to kill overseas, with Skyfall grossing $156 million. The retro-minded, video-game-based Wreck-It Ralph now stands as the biggest-debuting animated movie in Disney history (no, not including the Pixar films). The previous record-holder was Chicken Little, per stats at The-Numbers.com. The film, starring the voices of John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman, also debuted »

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Hurricane Sandy, Louis C. K. Invade Saturday Night Live

4 November 2012 10:19 AM, PST

If there was one thing that Saturday Night Live wasn't going to let off the hook this week, it was Hurricane Sandy! The superstorm, which has caused massive damage to the East Coast, including New York City was the butt of many jokes on last night's episode. The show opened with Fred Armisen as New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg thanking all of those who've helped in post-storm recovery efforts. "I'd also like to thank my staff with a special thanks to my sign-language translator Lydia Callis who brought some pizazz to what would otherwise have been a dour occasion," Armisen cracked, while Cecily Strong mocked Lydia's animated hand gestures behind him. New Jersey Governor »

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Campaign Rewind, Big Bird vs. Mitt Romney: Sesame Street's Social Media Smackdown

4 November 2012 10:15 AM, PST

We all know who Bert and Ernie are going to vote for (Barack Obama has the whole marriage equality thing, and c'mon, we're not still buying they're "roommates," right?). We hear Elmo is all about ObamaCare too. Which left the only swing vote on dear Sesame Street to Big Bird. And Mitt Romney effectively booted him to the left after last night's debates. Though the Gop hopeful claimed to like the giant feathered friend of millions of kiddos, his planned budget cuts of Sesame Street's home network, PBS, would effectively—at least according to a social network outcry—kill Big Bird. Big Bird himself seemed to miss out on the action (tweeting, "@sesamestreet: Big Bird: My bed »

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Let's Cast Star Wars 7! Who Should Play Lando Calrissian?

4 November 2012 7:00 AM, PST

It's only been a few days since we learned that the Star Wars saga will get three new installments. But we're already deep in speculation mode: How far after Return of the Jedi will the story take place? And, of course, who will be in the cast? We've already had our fun picking our ideal Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia. Now it's time to pick a traitor-turned-hero: Lando Calrissian.  Sources: Next Star Wars will be an "original story" Sources close to the project tell us that the film will be based on an original story--in other words, not from any of the many books, comics or graphic novels that have supplemented the sweeping story. So will that mean the return of the original »

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Hollywood's Hot Political Hookups: Taylor Swift, Sofia Vergara & More!

4 November 2012 6:25 AM, PST

Long before Taylor Swift's romance with Conor Kennedy, Hollywood's hottest stars were taking a dip into the political dating pool. And what better way to celebrate an election year than to take a look back at some of Tinseltown's most famous hookups of the electoral nature. From A-listers like Sofia Vergara and Sarah Jessica Parker, to legends like Elizabeth Taylor and Marilyn Monroe, check out our favorite flings, affairs and love stories. »

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Chris Rock Pitches Caucasians on a White President You Can Trust: Barack Obama

3 November 2012 8:59 PM, PDT

It's high time we Chris Rock the vote, which is exactly what happened Friday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live when the politically savvy comic made the case that "Barack Obama is the white president you can trust." It sounds counterintuitive, we know, but check out the huge pool of supporting data Rock has amassed. Best memes of the 2012 election Consider that Obama was raised by his blindingly white grandparents, likes to golf, bowl and body surf and that his casual fashion choices tend to favor polo shirts and mom jeans. Not to mention awkwardly dancing on Ellen. We have to agree, that is pretty darned white! The absolute crusher? Rock reminds us that for much of his life, Barack was known »

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No Doubt Pulls Cowboys-and-Indians-Themed Music Video After Complaints From Native Americans

3 November 2012 7:24 PM, PDT

Update: No Doubt has pulled their new "Looking Hot" video off YouTube after getting complaints from Native Americans. The band addressed the controversy on their website Saturday, writing: "As a multi-racial band our foundation is built upon both diversity and consideration for other cultures. Our intention with our new video was never to offend, hurt or trivialize Native American people, their culture or their history. "Although we consulted with Native American friends and Native American studies experts at the University of California, we realize now that we have offended people. This is of great concern to us and we are removing the video immediately. The music that inspired us when »

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Elton John Off the Hook in "Nikita" Lyrics Lawsuit

3 November 2012 6:40 PM, PDT

Elton John and his lyricist Bernie Taupin didn't nick the lyrics to "Nikita," a U.S. District Court judge has ruled. Songwriter Guy Hobbs' had sued, claiming that his tune "Natasha" had been copied by Elton John's similarly titled 1985 hit." The pop icon won the day, according to AceShowBiz, but in the process Elton got his songwriting prowess slammed. Elton vs. Madge, the latest round The judge decided that just the mere fact that each song was a Soviet era cross-cultural romance littered with clichés, was not enough to prove copyright infringement. Specifically, Judge Amy St. Eve ruled that "phrases and themes that are common, trite, or cliched »

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Snooki Tweets Makeup-Free Photo with Baby Lorenzo, Nicki Minaj Calls the Reality Star's Son "Beautiful"

3 November 2012 11:33 AM, PDT

Holy mini meatball! Snooki's newborn babe is one adorable little boy. The Jersey Shore star took to Twitter Saturday morning to share pics of baby Lorenzo, and the 24-year-old mother even posted a fresh-faced pic of herself holding her two-month-old son. It's a rare sight to see Nicole Polizzi without her signature poof, long false lashes and notorious leopard-print look, but we must admit, this mama looks great rocking a makeup-free mug! "Mommy & son," the pint-sized star posted this morning. And little Lorenzo seriously stole Snooki's Twitter spotlight as the star proceeded to post two more adorable pics of her bundle of joy.   "My life. I »

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New Les Misérables Character Posters! See Helena Bonham Carter, Sasha Baron Cohen, Amanda Seyfried and Eddie Redmayne

3 November 2012 10:18 AM, PDT

The pics for this highly anticipated flick just keep getting better! And now, Les Misérables fans can stop wondering how Sacha Baron Cohen and Helena Bonham Carter will look in the movie adaptation of the classic musical because two new character posters have been released for the Tom Hooper film. The costars appear together for the first time as the Thenardiers on one poster, looking a bit crazed in their 19th-century wear. The quirky characters have an intense and mysterious look in the "Master of the House" photo; Bonham Carter's piercing stare and wild hair leave us totally captivated. Amanda Seyfried and Eddie Redmayne are also featured together in the "Heart Full of »

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Week in Review: Hurricane Sandy, Cma Awards, Khloé's Nip Slip, Star Wars Make for Perfect News Storm

3 November 2012 9:00 AM, PDT

While a natural disaster dominated the news, the celebriverse still whipped up plenty of human-made catastrophe (and pleasant stuff!) to write home about... Sandy Submerges: Celebs in New York and beyond rallied for relief and were constantly tweeting observations and well-wishes after superstorm Sandy pounded the East Coast with wind, rain and snow. Big Apple-based boys like Jimmy Fallon, David Letterman, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and native Brooklynite Jimmy Kimmel worked to keep the laughs coming. Stewart, Fallon, Bruce Springsteen, Tina Fey and more spoke and sang at a pulled-together-in-no-time telethon benefiting storm relief. Companies like Disney, News Corp and more pulled six figures out of their pockets. So, »

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Let's Cast Star Wars 7! Who Should Play Princess Leia?

3 November 2012 7:00 AM, PDT

It's hard to imagine anyone other than Carrie Fisher donning those iconic cinnamon bun hairpieces or that metal slave-dancer bra. But that just might be the case in 2015, when Episode 7 of the groundbreaking Star Wars saga debuts in theaters. Sources close to the project tell us that the film will be based on an original story—in other words, not from any of the many books, comics or graphic novels that have supplemented the sweeping story. So will that mean the return of the original Leia—Carrie Fisher? Or will we see a younger Leia, say, in her mid-20s, her rough age at the end of Return of the Jedi? If that's the case, we may as well assemble our dream cast. You've already weighed »

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Barack Obama and Mitt Romney Aren't the Only Candidates: 15 Movies About Elections!

3 November 2012 5:52 AM, PDT

Here's a question for you: Can you make a movie about an election without including a scandal? Probably not, it seems, if you're going by Election (sex scandal...in student government!), The Ides of March (suicide! Secret pregnancies!), Wag the Dog (sex scandals and fake wars!) or The Manchurian Candidate (the old brainwash-a-candidate-into-becoming-president-and-a-killing-machine story). But who doesn't like a little political drama in their cinema? So with one week left until President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney's election fates are decided, we decided to recall our favorite candidates (George Clooney! Will Ferrell! Julianne Moore!) involved in big-screen elections. »

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George Lucas on Life Post-Star Wars: "Ready to Move on to Bigger and Better Things"

2 November 2012 10:04 PM, PDT

We have no idea what could be bigger and better than Star Wars, but we'll just have to give George Lucas the benefit of the doubt. Asked how he felt selling Lucasfilm—aka his life's work—to Disney this week for $4.05 billion, the pioneering action-adventure visionary exclusively told E! News tonight that it was "very sad" for him, but it was the result of a decision he made about four years ago, when he first decided it was time to transition away from the Star Wars franchise. The business doesn't just encompass the existing six films (seven if you count the animated Star Wars: The Clone Wars), of course--there's TV, video games, merchandise, theme park attractions, and a »

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Lady Gaga: Adele Is Bigger Than I Am, Both in Size and Confidence

2 November 2012 8:16 PM, PDT

Well, nobody was talking about it! Lady Gaga, who has made no bones about the fact that she's gained some weight this year, wondered aloud in an interview with Stylist UK why no one ever mentions Adele's bigger-than-your-average-stick-figure size. "When I heard [her weight gain] was on the news, where they talk about wars, the economy crashing and the election—I just thought, 'This is f---king ridiculous.' I mean, what kind of example is that to a young girl sitting at home?" Gaga said. "I thought, Well, I don't really care if they think I'm fat,' because, quite honestly, I did gain about 30 pounds," the Born This Way artist »

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Hulk Hogan Sex Tape: Gawker Fires Back, Claims "Nine Seconds of Sexual Activity" Isn't Worth $100 Million

2 November 2012 7:54 PM, PDT

If people want to gawk at a Hulk Hogan sex tape, who is Gawker to deny them? Or so Gawker Media is arguing in court documents firing back at Hogan, who sued last month for $100 million, accusing the website of invasion of privacy and other torts for posting 101 seconds of the tape featuring the wrestling icon and the ex-wife of radio shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge. Gawker maintains that, by the time the footage was leaked to them, the sex tape was already "the subject of widespread public discussion" and details of Hogan's encounter were "national news," according to the motion filed today in U.S. District Court in Florida and obtained by E! News. Hogan also sued Bubba (real name »

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Hurricane Sandy Telethon: Best Moments Include Christina Aguilera, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Stewart & Aerosmith

2 November 2012 6:46 PM, PDT

Scheduling conflicts don't apply when big celebrities are needed for a good cause. An all-star team assembled tonight for a telethon benefiting the Red Cross in the wake of post-tropical storm Sandy, which rammed into the East Coast earlier this week with hurricane-caliber intensity, killing more than 70 people and causing billions of dollars in damage in New York, New Jersey and beyond. But while the atmosphere was subdued Friday as celebs ranging from Jon Stewart and Jimmy Fallon to Sting and Steven Tyler did their part to bring in donations, spirits were riding high. Here are some of the night's most memorable moments: • Excellent Acoustics: Perhaps in a nod to the fact that so many New »

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