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    "Real Housewife" In Hot Water, Cowell Baby Mama Drama: The Week in Entertainment News
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    From left to right: Simon Cowell, Lindsay Lohan, Nelly

    Legal Drama Plagues "RHONJ" Couple

    No sympathy for the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" stars Teresa and Joe Giudice. The couple faces serious fraud charges, and if convicted Joe could be deported to Italy! No wonder his anger was on full display for the photogs outside the courthouse. They've been released on $1 million bail and their next hearing is set for August 14.

     "Sharknado" In Theaters Friday

    Sharknado's social media splash was enough to get the cable TV movie on the silver screen. The SyFy thriller will be in theaters on Friday for a midnight showing. The shark-mania doesn't end there, though. SyFy is set to release "Ghost Shark" on August 22.

    Box Office Preview: "Smurfs 2", "Guns" and More

    [NY] Box Office Preview: "Smurfs 2", "Guns" and More
    Check out the movies hitting theaters this weekend. This round-up features everything from the kid-friends "Smurfs 2" to the action packed "2 Guns."
    (Published Friday, Aug. 2, 2013)

    Simon Cowell's Daddy Drama

    The "X-Factor" judge's latest task: learning to change diapers. The never-married Cowell is expecting his first chid with close friend Lauren Silverman, who recently called it quits with real-estate mogul husband Andrew Silverman. Cowell's camp referred to the baby news as a "sensitive issue" and is expected to hold a press conference early next week. Simon, maybe fellow Brit Prince William can teach you the daddy do's and don'ts.

    Randy Travis Released From Hospital

    Kelly Rowland Talks "X Factor" Judges

    [NATL] Kelly Rowland Talks "X Factor" Judges
    Kelly Rowland says there's "a lot in store" for the new season of "The X Factor." Plus, Kelly reacts to Simon Cowell's baby news.
    (Published Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013)

    The country crooner has been moved to a physical therapy facility after being hospitalized in Texas following a stroke last month. His fiancee Mary Davis took to Travis' website to thank fans for their support.

    Jimmy Fallon's G-Rated Cover Of "Blurred Lines"

    Here's one version of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" that you can actually show your kids. "Late Night's" Jimmy Fallon teamed up with Thicke and The Roots to do a "younger" version of the summer hit, actually using classroom instruments (remember this?) for the performance.

    Vanity Fair's Best Dressed

    From Kate Middleton's classic and elegant sense of style to Lebron James' adventurous post-game wardrobe, 2013 was a year that didn't disappoint according to Vanity Fair's 2013 International Best-Dressed list. Find out who made the cut and who topped the list here.

    LiLo Leaves Rehab

    Three months already? Lindsay Lohan left a rehab facility in Malibu upon completing her 90-day sentence for reckless driving and giving false info to a peace officer last June. Let's hope LiLo can stay out of trouble for good. Her first post-rehab gig: co-hosting "Chelsea Lately" on Monday night on E!

    "Glee" Plans Cory Monteith Tribute

    The producers behind "Glee" plan to address addiction and the late actor during the third episode of the season. The show is also planning on a hiatus afterwards to reassess its direction, according to executive producer Ryan Murphy. Monteith passed away from drug-related causes in July.

    Castro Victim Surprises at Nelly Concert

    Kidnapping victim Amanda Berry made her first public appearance as a free woman at an unexpected venue: onstage at a Cleveland concert. Nelly was performing and invited Berry to the stage, dedicating his song "Just A Dream" to her. Berry was held captive and tormented by Ariel Castro, who was recently sentenced to life in prison.

    Ellen and Oscar Together Again

    Ellen DeGeneres will host the Academy Awards in 2014. It'll be the second time the comedian will emcee the event (she first took the reins in 2007) and in typical Ellen fashion she took to Twitter to announce the news: It's official: "I'm hosting the ! I'd like to thank @TheAcademy, my wife Portia and, oh dear, there goes the orchestra."