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    Woof-Woof, Bitch: Here’s Your First Look at Emma Stone’s Cruella de VilLook at! This wig!
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    Cameron Diaz Might Stay in Acting Purgatory to Create Her Own Goop“I don’t miss performing.”
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    Rita Moreno’s List of Accolades to Now Include ‘PBS Documentary Subject’About damn time!
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    Please, Meryl Streep, Just Tell Us Who You Want to ‘Really Tear the Shit Out Of’A nice March mystery.
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    Céline Dion Has Blessed the Biopic The Power of Love With Rights to Her MusicDirector and star Valérie Lemercier is taking on a big responsibility.
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    Fiji Water Girl’s Second Act Will Be Soap-Opera WomanThe Bold and the Beautiful, here she comes.
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    This Game-Show Host Is Not Retiring. Who Is Alex Trebek?Four more years! Four more years!
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    We’re Thrilled to Inform You Sabrina’s Salem the Cat Is Red Carpet TrainedMe-ow!
  9. Kacey Musgraves Is a Gay Icon and the World Needs to KnowA journey through her queer discography.
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    Oprah’s Iconic Speech Was the Highlight of the Golden Globes“This year, we became the story.”
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    Betty White Personally Thanks Vodka and Hotdogs for Her Long Life“Probably in that order.”
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    Mark Hamill Remembers Carrie Fisher With Iconography Fit for a QueenThis is a deity we could get behind.
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    Debbie Reynolds Scared Billie Lourd From Acting“She looked at me so earnestly with her hands crossed in her lap and was like, Are you sure you still want to be an actress, dear?
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    Carrie Fisher Wrapped Work on Episode VIIIShe’ll be back on the big screen next year.
  15. 7 Things You Didn’t Know About PrinceHere are seven thing you didn’t know about pop legend Prince. 
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    The Lady Gaga Look Book 2011A new, updated compendium of all of her outfits/costumes.
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    The Lady Gaga Look BookMore than a hundred outfits from the beginning of her career to the present.
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    The Art Was Edible at the Brooklyn MuseumJerry Saltz’s video report from Jennifer Rubell’s installation/feast, “Icons”