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Kelly Clarkson Announces She’s Having A Baby Girl

Kelly Clarkson Announces She's Having A Baby Girl

Kelly Clarkson has a baby girl on the way.  The pregnant singer announced the sex of her baby through Twitter on Monday morning, sharing with fans that she and husband Brandon Blackstock had just learned the news.  It looks like Kelly has a hidden talent for guessing baby genders, as she correctly predicted her own…

Robin Thicke To Perform At ESPN’s “The Party”

Robin Thicke To Perform At ESPN's "The Party"

Robin Thicke has signed on to perform at the pre-Super Bowl bash, ESPN’s “The Party.”  The network announced that the “Blurred Lines” singer has been booked for their tenth annual event, where he’ll be joined by both Kendrick Lamar and Jermaine Dupri.  ESPN’s “The Party” will take place two days before the big game, on…

Taylor Swift Controls Own Twitter Account

Taylor Swift Controls Own Twitter Account

Taylor Swift says the tweets posted on her Twitter page are from her.  The country-pop star tells “Teen Vogue” she’s the only person who has her password.  And she says she doesn’t post things all the time.  She explains that she’ll tweet “maybe once every two weeks, because she doesn’t want to appear like she…

Jimmy Fallon and Bruce Springsteen

Jimmy Fallon and Bruce Springsteen

(Chris) It’s the Governor Christie New Jersey Traffic Jam. Jimmy Fallon’s imitation of Bruce Springsteen is amazing. Click here to watch the video.

Miley Cyrus Enlists “Ren & Stimpy” Creator For Tour

Miley Cyrus Enlists "Ren & Stimpy" Creator For Tour

Miley Cyrus is taking her love of animals to the next level.  In an interview with “MTV News” previewing her upcoming “Bangerz” tour, the pop star says she’s enlisted the creator of “Ren & Stimpy” to draw the artwork that will be displayed on her stage.  Miley tells “The Hollywood Reporter” that she recently sat…

Gone In Five Years?

Gone In Five Years?

(Brent) Remember cassette tapes, Atari players, VCRs, and Laserdiscs? (If you answered no to any of those, you just made me feel really old…) Here are the things TIME magazine says will join those objects in obscurity within five years.

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