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Zach Galifianakis warned Brian Williams that viewers would turn off a long interview piece with the actor if it aired on “Rock Center.” But after watching several candid minutes with the comedian and “Hangover” star on Friday night, it was hard not to be left wanting more.
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It’s the before-and-after makeover heard around the world.
When Princess Merida of “Brave” was crowned the 11th princess at Walt Disney World this weekend, she had a new look that included not only a tiny waist, sultry eyes, and cleavage but also the teal gown that the feisty tomboy so detested in the Oscar-winning movie.
Monifa and Will Sims became Internet sensations after “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” showed them singing impromptu karaoke at a gas station, but critics are now suggesting their performance was staged. The couple address the issue with TODAY’s Matt Lauer, insisting, “that’s just us.”
On Tuesday, Angelina Jolie announced she had preventive double mastectomy after being identified as the carrier of a gene that gave her a high probability of breast cancer; today, the reactions are wide and varied — with her fiance Brad Pitt telling USA Today that he was “quite emotional about it, of course.” But she may not be done with her medical procedures yet.
Another beloved cast member of “Saturday Night Live” is leaving the comedy sketch show. Bill Hader told The New York Times that he’s leaving the program after the season finale this Saturday.
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Angelina Jolie says she has undergone a preventive double mastectomy after being told that she had an 87 percent risk of breast cancer, along with a 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer.
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One of the best-known journalists in the world, Barbara Walters, will announce Monday that she will be retiring in the summer of 2014 from a distinguished TV career that began in 1961.
“Saturday Night Live” star and head writer Seth Meyers has his next gig set: the host of NBC’s “Late Night.” The comedian will be taking over the job from current host Jimmy Fallon, whom NBC last month named to succeed Jay Leno as “Tonight Show” host in 2014.
The report, released during Michael Jackson’s wrongful death trial, confirmed that Jackson did suffer from a skin condition that led to uneven pigmentation.
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Superhero sequel “Iron Man 3” rocketed to the top of U.S. and Canadian box office charts, kicking off Hollywood’s summer movie season with $175.3 million in weekend ticket sales for the second-biggest film opening of all time.
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Adam Yauch, the Beastie Boy otherwise known as MCA, had a Brooklyn playground renamed for him Friday, a day before the one-year anniversary of his death.
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Chris Kelly, one-half of the rap duo “Kris Kross” — known for making America “Jump” in the 1990s — passed away on Wednesday, Georgia authorities announced. He was 34.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge proved they had the magic touch Friday at the official opening of London’s Warner Bros. studio, where Prince Harry joined the royal muggles on a tour of the set of the Harry Potter movies.