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Overnight visits for Britney Spears

During a hearing on Tuesday, Britney Spears was granted a change in her visitation schedule with her sons Sean Preston and Jayden James. She will now have overnight privileges with the boys at her house. Both her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, and father Jamie Spears attended, although the Spears’ family did... full story

Paris Hilton denies dog adoption story

Paris Hilton is as famous for being famous as she is for being the owner of multiple dogs. The heiress — who just wrapped her reality show, I Wanna be Paris’s New Best Friend! — spoke out on her Myspace blog this week to put truth to one... full story

Cynthia Nixon is not upping the ante

Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon is annoyed by reports saying she had a breast augmentation. Nixon told New York’s Daily News the reports are “totally false,” and that she was recently at a NYC hospital for a checkup. “I was in the oncology department,” she... full story

Amy Winehouse says yes, yes, yes to cigarettes

Amy Winehouse has been told by doctors that her voice and life might be in danger if she doesn’t stop smoking, but she refuses to listen to them. The 24-year-old singer was admitted to hospital early last week after fainting in her London apartment. Winehouse’s father Mitch... full story

Paul McCartney proposes “meat-free Mondays”

Paul McCartney is asking the UK to schedule “meat-free Mondays” to reduce carbon emissions. The ex-Beatle told The Grocer that the plan would make consumers more aware of the environmental impact of meat production. He said: “One of the most significant conclusions of the recent report on climate change was... full story

George Carlin, 1937 to 2008

Comedian George Carlin died of heart failure in a Santa Monica hospital yesterday evening. He’d entered the hospital earlier that day, complaining of chest pains. Carlin had a history of heart problems, and had previously survived a heart attack. He also fought a longtime battle with drug addiction.  Carlin... full story

Stars chosen for 2009 Hollywood Walk of Fame

Twenty-five celebrities have been approved by a committee to receive stars in 2009 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In exchange, they must agree to attend a presentation ceremony and pay $25,000 to cover costs. Cameron Diaz, Robert Downey Jr., Hugh Jackman, Sir Ben Kingsley, William H. Macy, Felicity Huffman, Kyra Sedgwick, Tim Burton, Ralph... full story

Gerard Butler searching for mystery girl

Gerard Butler is searching for a mystery girl who disappeared during the middle of a date with him. Butler, who was just named on People magazine’s Hottest Bachelor List, told the mag: “A few years ago, I went out with a girl and we were having a... full story

Charlie Sheen apologizes for using “N” word

Charlie Sheen has apologized for using the N-word in an angry 2005 voice mail to his ex-wife, Denise Richards, that was recently leaked to the Internet. Apparently, the Two and a Half Men star was angry when his children didn’t show up for visitation. The last half... full story

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