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Scarlett Johansson turns snake expert after new movie
Scarlett Johansson has become a snake expert after she encountered a number of serpents in her new movie 'We Bought a Zoo'. ANI

Tulisa 'going out with Jack O'Connell'
Tulisa Contostavlos is reportedly dating actor Jack O'Connell, just days after her fling in Miami with 'The Only Way Is Essex' star Mark Wright. ANI

Chris Martin finds his songs on Obama's iPod playlist 'too surreal'
Chris Martin said he couldn't believe when Barack Obama told him that he has his songs on his iPod and finds it just too surreal. ANI

Russell Brand sued for criminal charges after snatching photog's phone
Russell Brand has been named in a police report in New Orleans after a photographer claimed that the actor snatched a cell phone from his hands and threw it away. ANI

Michelle Williams wants to give clothes away 'to who needs it most'
Michelle Williams is clearing her closet as she wants to donate her clothes to charity. ANI

'Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2' trailer released
Twilight fans can now get a sneak peak at the new look of the movie's heroine Bella Swan after her transformation into a blood-thirsty vampire, as the teaser trailer for 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2' has been released. ANI

McConaughey moves back to Texas with family
Matthew McConaughey has moved his family out of California and relocated to his home in Texas for the sake of his two young children. ANI

My kids don't watch my films, says Julia Roberts
Julia Roberts has revealed that her children are not allowed to watch any of her movies. ANI

There are no hard feelings towards Russell, says Katy Perry's dad
Russell Brand may have stopped speaking to Katy Perry following their split, but it seems that he is still in contact with her religious parents Keith and Mary Hudson. ANI

Ricky Martin says everything he does 'based on twin boys and partner'
Ricky Martin has admitted that everything he does is based on the needs of his twin boys Matteo and Valentino and now-longtime partner Carlos Gonzalez Abella. ANI

Katrina dumps Rs 1 crore offer for SRK
Katrina Kaif has reportedly turned down an offer worth Rs 1 crore, in favour of Yash Raj film's new project opposite Shah Rukh Khan. ANI

Julianne Moore took 'two hours everyday' to transform into Sarah Palin
Julianne Moore has revealed that she had to undergo two hours of make up everyday to look like Sarah Palin for the HBO movie 'Game Change'. ANI

'I never wanted to wear fur bikini in One Million Years BC', says Raquel Welch
Raquel Welch, the screen siren of 1960s, has blamed the modern culture for being totally obsessed with sex and said that she is happy to be an "old fogie". ANI

Stephen Hawking set for guest appearance in 'Big Bang Theory'
Stephen Hawking will make a cameo in US sitcom 'The Big Bang Theory'. ANI

Larry King to return with new online talk show
Larry King, who had retired from hosting his famous talk show 'Larry King Live', is set to make a comeback in a new online programming venture funded by the world's richest man Carlos Slim. ANI

Nude pictures of Heather Morris leaked on web
'Glee' star Heather Morris is the latest celebrity whose intimate personal photos have been leaked online. ANI

Rihanna flashes b**bs in see-through top as she dines in New York
Rihanna flaunted her br**ts in a see-through top during her outing at a restaurant in New York on Monday. ANI

Martinez took 'Alchemy Test' to design Halle Berry's ring
Olivier Martinez reportedly took an "alchemy test" to help with the design of fiancee Halle Berry's wedding ring. ANI

Jessica Simpson won't marry Johnson till she looses baby weight
Jessica Simpson has reportedly postponed her wedding to Eric Johnson till the time she loses her baby weight. ANI

Ricky Martin finds his memoir too painful to read
Gay singer Ricky Martin has admitted that he hasn't read his own memoir as it brings back painful memories of the sexuality secret he kept hidden from fans for years. ANI

'Braveheart' hero Wallace on TV for biopic
Mel Gibson's 'Braveheart' hero William Wallace is set to be on TV screens as part of a major biopic series. ANI

Miranda Kerr to give free yoga class as part of new Earth Hour campaign
Miranda Kerr, who is an Earth Hour global ambassador for the second consecutive year, has pledged to conduct a free yoga class for 500 fans as part of a new campaign. ANI

MJ's dad Joe parties with young women in Las Vegas
Michael Jackson's 83-year-old father Joe was spotted enjoying a lively party with a group of young women in Las Vegas this weekend. ANI

50 pc Brits think Everest is UK's highest mountain
One in five British adults don't know which countries make up the UK and more than 50 percent think that Everest, which is in the Himalayas, is UK's tallest mountain, a new study has revealed. ANI

Rakhi Sawant in Delhi to ask Sonia Gandhi for 'fair budget'
Rakhi Sawant landed in Delhi on Monday, not for promotion of any film or reality show, but to meet Sonia Gandhi. ANI

Gerard Butler accused of being a home wrecker
Prior to entering rehab last year, Gerard Butler is said to have been involved in a steamy relationship with a wanna-be actress that resulted in the end of her marriage, it has been revealed. ANI

Kim Kardashian speaks out against Jon Hamm for calling her 'f***ing idiot'
Kim Kardashian has finally responded to 'Mad Men' star Jon Hamm's damning comments on her, calling them "careless". ANI

Indonesian boy, 8, smokes two packs of cigarettes a day
An eight-year-old Indonesian boy reportedly smokes two packets of cigarettes a day and even gets angry if they are withheld from him. ANI

Emraan and Mallika clash again
Emraan Hashmi has struck the latest blow in his fight with Mallika Sherawat. ANI

Sooraj Barjatya keen to work with Sallu again
Sooraj Barjatya is all set to make a comeback on the big screen after six years and wants to work with Salman Khan once more. ANI

Narcissism 'impairs ethical judgment even among highly religious'
Although high levels of narcissism can impair ethical judgment regardless of one's religious orientation or orthodox beliefs, it is more harmful in those who might be expected to be more ethical, a new study has claimed. ANI

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