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Billie Lourd Gets Matching Tattoo Paying Tribute to Mom Carrie Fisher on Her Birthday

3 hours ago | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Billie Lourd continues to remember and honor her mom, the late Carrie Fisher, on what would have been her 61st birthday on Saturday.

The 25-year-old actress shared a photo of a new ankle tattoo -- inspired by one Fisher had on her ankle -- with a celestial theme of stars, the moon and the planet Saturn.

In the same post, she shared the image of her late mom's colorful tattoo, with a similar design.

Photo: Instagram

Lourd's tattoo artist, Dr. Woo, also shared a black and white version of the photo, writing in the caption, "For @praisethelourd. Tribute for her mom today, on her birthday ✨ »


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David Letterman To Receive Mark Twain Prize, Comedy’s Highest Honour

8 hours ago | ET Canada | See recent ET Canada news »

On Sunday night, David Letterman will be presented with the comedy world’s most prestigious honour, the Mark Twain Prize for American Humour, in a star-studded ceremony at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Letterman will be joining an impressive roster of previous winners, including Richard Pryor, George Carlin, Bob Newhart, Steve Martin, Carol Burnett and […] »


- Brent Furdyk

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Drew Barrymore's Hollywood E! Volution: From Child Star to Bad Girl to A-List Actress

23 hours ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

No celebrity has had the kind of enduring career that Drew Barrymore has had in her 39 years in Hollywood. An offspring of the iconic Barrymore family, the 42-year-old leading lady has been acting since she was a mere 3-years-old. In 1982, Drew won our hearts in E.T. But then the cute kid grew up and turned into a wild child, starring in Poison Ivy in 1992 and Bad Girls in 1994—the same year she got married for the first time at only 19-years-old. Drew had some troubled times, but then she cleaned up her act and her acting roles started to change for the better after her spine-chilling cameo in the 1996 sleeper hit Scream. The bubbly star began nabbing big roles in big films like »


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Justin Timberlake Will Headline the Super Bowl Halftime Show — Watch His Video Announcement with Jimmy Fallon

20 minutes ago | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

He does half time!

Justin Timberlake confirmed that he will headline the Super Bowl Lii Pepsi Halftime show next year with a fun video skit on Sunday.

Goofing around with pal Jimmy Fallon, Timberlake asked in a faux-accent, “Excuse me sir do you have the time?”

“I was going to ask you, Sir, if you have the time,” retorted Fallon. Timberlake responded, “I do have the time.” The silly exchange continued, with Fallon asking, “You do have time?”

Timberlake said, “I do have time.” Eventually, the word games ended with Fallon excitedly prodding his friend, “You’re doing the halftime show at the Super Bowl? »


- Lindsay Kimble

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Justin Timberlake Confirms He's Performing at Super Bowl Lii's Halftime Show

20 minutes ago | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

Justin Timberlake is coming back to conquer the Super Bowl halftime show this year ... according to Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon.  I Do have the time. Half the time...#PepsiHalftime #Sblii @Pepsi @NFL @JimmyFallon @FallonTonight pic.twitter.com/4Z4Dz29l3X — Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) October 23, 2017 Jt posted a vid Sunday that confirmed reports he was performing at Super Bowl Lii, with his and Jimmy's mini skit playing on the phrase "have the time" ... which »

- TMZ Staff

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Kate Hudson on Feminism in 2017: "Making Noise Makes Change"

34 minutes ago | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Women are having a moment. After a difficult year, we're leaning in. Consider everything that came together to warrant The Women's March, the the debate around Fearless Girl, and the #meetoo social media campaign. But at the same time, it also brought about one of the most woke periods of feminism to date. Whitney Wolfe, the 28-year-old founder of Bumble, embodies that power spirit. "Be the CEO your parents wanted you to marry," Wolfe said to a room of 120-plus influential women in NYC on Oct. 19. We were there to celebrate Bumble Bizz, the feature of the Bumble app that allows people to connect with each other professionally. The catch? Women always have to make the first move when messaging someone. Alongside Wolfe, the event was hosted by a group of rock-star women: Kate Hudson, Priyanka Chopra, Karlie Kloss, Fergie, Rachel Zoe, and more (including my personal beauty heroes, Drybar »


- Lauren Levinson

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Harry Styles Groped Onstage By Overexcited Fans, Causing #RespectHarry to Start Trending

38 minutes ago | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Sometimes, fans can get a little too excited when it comes to their faves.

At Saturday's We Can Survive Concert, the star-studded charity event raising money for breast cancer awareness, Harry Styles was aggressively grabbed on stage by some overeager fans in the front row.

In a video posted on Twitter, Styles performs his song "Kiwi," when he approaches the edge of the stage. As he dances up front, several hands grab at his chest and crotch areas, causing him to quickly back up and continue the song.

Fans took to Twitter not long after, getting the hashtag #RespectHarry trending, and letting know other fans it is not Ok to grab at him the way that was shown in the video.

One upset fan wrote, "I'm in tears. Harry has created such a safe space for everyone, and this is how he's repaid? Sexual assault? I just »


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