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Sara Gilbert of ‘The Talk,’ marries Linda Perry of ‘Roseanne’

By Tawanda Cawthon

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Talk about a happy ending. Roseanne star Sara Gilbert is married! The former child star wed her same sex partner of 3 years, Linda Perry on Sunday according to People magazine.

Musician Linda Perry, left, and "The Talk" panelist Sara Gilbert, shown at an event in Hollywood in February, got married on Sunday. (Charley Gallay / Getty Images / February 26, 2014)

On Monday’s episode of The Talk co-hosts Aisha Tyler and Julie Chen opened up about the couples wedding. “It was at sunset, and overlooking the ocean. “

The couple had been engaged since April of 2013.

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Gilbert was previously in a 10-year relationship with TV producer Alison Adler, with whom she shares custody of son Levi, 9, and daughter Sawyer, 6.

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Congrats ladies!



Jack Osbourne saves woman’s life in Hawaii days after he is married

Jack Osbourne and Lisa Stelly

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The reality star Jack Osbourne is now a real hero. Just days after his wedding to Lisa Stelly in Hawaii, his wife tweeted that he and his friend Tyler saved a woman’s life.

The son of Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne revived a woman who had collapsed on the beach and had been waiting to hear of her condition, according to the blog Celebuzz.

Stelly wrote on Tuesday, “Really proud of Jack and his friend Tyler who saved a woman on the beach yesterday who’d had a heart attack and drown. They resuscitated her … Until the ambulance came. We just found out she’s in a stable condition! Awesome!”

Osbourne’s heroics certainly made an already-memorable trip even more so. The couple, along with their five-month-old daughter, Pearl, were in the Kona district of Hawaii, where they had wed the weekend before.

The host of “Jack Osbourne: Adrenaline Junkie” has certainly had his own brushes with bad health. In June, the 26-year-old was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and as a teenager he struggled with addiction.





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Meet Torri Spelling’s Miracle Baby

Alex Karras, Former NFL & Actor, Dies at 77

Mila Kunis Named Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive



Meet Tori Spelling’s Miracle Baby

US Weekly


US Weekly

Tori Spelling nearly lost her life fighting for her unborn son.

Twenty weeks into Spelling’s fourth pregnancy, doctors diagnosed her with a condition known as placenta previa — a condition in which the placenta covers the cervix, leading to massive internal bleeding. She was even at risk for a bleed catastrophic enough to force doctors to terminate her pregnancy.

The actress and reality star, 39, spent 10 weeks in the hospital and four grueling months on bed rest, worrying about dying and leaving her family behind. But she kept her ordeal secret from fans. In the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands Friday, the mother of four shares the emotional story of her terrifying pregnancy with son Finn. “I just remember thinking, I can’t leave three children behind,” Spelling, 39, tells Us exclusively of Liam, 5, Stella, 4, and Hattie, 12 months, who she shares with husband of six years Dean McDermott. The Craft Wars host’s condition was caused in part by conceiving Finn just one month after giving birth to daughter Hattie, and undergoing three prior C-sections.


Fortunately, after enduring nine massive bleeds — and one very close call — Spelling safely welcomed baby Finn Davey McDermott on Aug. 30. (Three weeks later, the star underwent successful emergency surgery after her C-section scars burst open.)

Spelling proudly shares the first pictures of baby Finn — with Mom, Dad and his three proud siblings — shot in the family home in a stunning, exclusive eight page portfolio in this week’s Us Weekly.

“When they put him in my arms I was like, ‘We made it.”” she tells Us. “We have an insane bond. We’ve been through hell and back.”



For all the exclusive first photos of adorable baby Finn and how Spelling stayed strong during her heart-wrenching medical scare — pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands Friday.

Alex Karras, former NFL lineman and actor, dies at 77

Los Angeles Times

Alex Karras, an All-Pro defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions who later worked as a “Monday Night Football” co-host and parlayed his hulking strength into a Hollywood acting career, died Wednesday. He was 77.

Karras died at his Los Angeles home, his attorney Craig Mitnick said. Karras had suffered kidney failure days earlier, the latest in a variety of health problems that included dementia and cancer.

He was one of more than 3,500 former NFL players who are suing the league in a dispute over concussion-related injuries.

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A dominant fixture on Detroit’s defensive front for 12 seasons, Karras was known to millions for his role as “Mongo,” the monosyllabic, horse-punching brute in the 1974 Mel Brooks comedy “Blazing Saddles.” He later starred in the ABC sitcom “Webster,” which ran from 1983 to 1987.

Although he stood 6 feet 3, the 248-pound Karras was wide enough to be stocky, and he routinely fought his way past blockers at the line of scrimmage to burst into the offensive backfield. He was named to four Pro Bowls, and was also named All-Pro – an even more exclusive honor – four times. The Lions named him to their All-Decade Team for the 1960s.

“While his legacy reached far beyond the gridiron, we always will fondly remember Alex as one of our own and also as one of the best to ever wear the Honolulu Blue and Silver,” Lions President Tom Lewand said a statement released Wednesday.

Karras’ playing career was interrupted by controversy, however. In 1963, the NFL urged him to sell his financial interests in a Detroit bar rumored to be associated with gambling and organized crime. Karras first threatened to retire, then admitted to placing bets on NFL games. He was suspended for one season, along with Green Bay running back Paul Hornung.

Showing an early flair for theatrics, Karras dabbled in pro wrestling during his exile from the NFL, taking on “Dick the Bruiser” – former Packers lineman Dick Afflis – at Olympia Stadium in Detroit.

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The early part of that match went according to plan, including Karras punching Afflis in his eye patch, causing fake blood to flow. The two eventually scrapped the script, though, with Afflis grabbing Karras by the throat, pinning him, and later admonishing: “Football players should leave wrestling to wrestlers and go back to their betting.”

When he returned to the Lions in 1964, Karras poked fun at his own reputation, once refusing when a referee asked him to call the pregame coin toss.

“I’m sorry, sir,” Karras said. “I’m not permitted to gamble.”

Born July 15, 1935, in Gary, Ind., Alexander George Karras was the fourth of six children of George and Emmiline Karras, a Greek immigrant doctor and nurse, who lived in an apartment above their medical practice. His brothers Lou and Ted would also become NFL players, although neither was as successful as their younger brother.

Alex played at the University of Iowa, where he won the Outland Trophy as college football’s dominant lineman, and helped the Hawkeyes to victory over Oregon State in the 1957 Rose Bowl.

A first-round draft pick of Detroit in 1958, Karras played with the Lions until 1971, when his contract was terminated because of what team officials called “diminishing athletic prowess.”

“It’s really very sad for most guys,” Karras told the Detroit Free Press about the way football careers often end. “They’ve been playing football all their lives. They’re 31, say, and whack! A knee injury or something and they’re on the street, with no idea how to spend the rest of their lives.”

Karras dabbled in acting during his NFL career, playing himself in the 1968 movie “Paper Lion,” based on George Plimpton’s nonfiction sports book.

When his NFL career ended, Karras moved to Hollywood to pursue acting full time. He made cameo appearances in several popular TV shows, among them “Love, American Style,” “The Odd Couple,” “McMillan & Wife,” and “MASH.”

He worked in the “Monday Night Football” broadcast booth from 1974 to 1976, alongside Howard Cosell and Frank Gifford. Newsweek described Karras as “a gleefully free-spirited amalgam of Babe Ruth, Nathan Detroit and Archie Bunker.”

To some, he is best remembered for his role in “Blazing Saddles,” a role he secured by dressing in ragged clothes and pounding Mongo-style on the front door of the director’s home. Brooks gave him the part on the spot.

One of the movie’s most famous scenes is Mongo flooring a horse with a one-punch knockout. The horse was unharmed.

“I thought it was hilarious, but I didn’t want to hurt that horse at all, believe me,” Karras said in a 2011 interview with the “Sports and Torts” Internet radio show. “I’m not the type of person to do that.”

Karras had parts in other movies, including “Porky’s,” “Victor/Victoria” and “Against All Odds.”

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His longest-running role was on TV’s “Webster,” in which he and his real-life wife, Susan Clark, were the adoptive parents of the title character, played by Emmanuel Lewis.

Besides his wife, Karras is survived by their daughter, Katie; his children from a previous marriage, Alex Jr., Peter, Carolyn, George and Renald; five grandchildren and his siblings, Louis, Nan, Paul and Ted.

Mariah Carey’s husband defends her against Nicki Minaj

OMG! Yahoo  Note to Nicki Minaj: When you mess with Mariah Carey, be prepared to hear from her husband. On Wednesday, Nick Cannon spoke out about the verbal altercation his wife and the “Pound the Alarm” rapper engaged in during an “American Idol” audition taping Tuesday in North Carolina.

“My wife is the strongest and classiest woman that I’ve ever met, if you watch the video, she just maintains her composure,” the “America’s Got Talent” host said during an appearance on “Access Hollywood Live.” “I don’t think she’s moved by the theatrics and pageantry of it all. She signed up to do a job to help young people … this is like a sidebar. I hope that’s not what this show becomes, about the catfights … [she] signed up to be a mentor on a show that is about people accomplishing their dreams.”

When “AHL” co-host Kit Hoover asked Cannon if perhaps Minaj is jealous of Carey’s many career accomplishments, he shot back with a laugh, “You read the script!”

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After the volatile fight — during which Minaj reportedly threatened to “knock out” Carey — Cannon spoke to the mother of his 17-month-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe. “She called me and we were talking about the kids … at the end of the day she’s a mom and that’s my wife … we got diapers to change and kids to raise.”

Carey, 42, is “not going to let this faze her,” a source tells People magazine. “She’ll handle [it] with poise and grace,” adds the pal. “Mariah has dealt with far worse in her career.”

Although “Idol” producer Nigel Lythgoe is adamantly denying a report that Minaj said during the fight that if she had a gun she would have shot Carey, the show’s host Ryan Seacrest admits it did get pretty heated. “It was intense, I’ll be honest with you,” he said on his radio show Wednesday morning. “It did go too far, to the point where the producers said, ‘Let’s call it a day.’”


Mila Kunis named Esquire’s sexiest woman alive


Mila Kunis on the cover of Esquire. (Cliff Watts/Esquire)

OMG! Yahoo  Mila Kunis leads a pretty charmed life. The 29-year-old has a full slate of feature films coming out in 2013, gets to spend her free time with boyfriend Ashton Kutcher, and now, can go to her grave saying that she was, at one point, the sexiest woman alive.

Yes, Esquire magazine has bestowed its magical title of Sexiest Woman Alive this year on Kunis, who dethrones last year’s honoree, Rihanna. And as is tradition, Kunis celebrates her new role in the magazine’s November issue by posing for a photo spread wearing lingerie and less. She also shares in an interview her thoughts on everything from the art of humor, to being an immigrant, to politics.

See more photos from the Mila Kunis Sexiest Woman Alive shoot

Though the actress rose to fame on the sitcom “That ’70s Show” and has starred in romantic comedies like “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” and “Friends With Benefits,” she wouldn’t actually call herself a funny person.

“I think I stumbled upon doing funny things, but I’m not funny. I just know how to deliver a joke. There are people who naturally exude humor and are constantly saying funny things, and there are the people who know how to deliver a joke,” she tells the magazine. “It’s a learned skill. Through twenty years of doing this, I practice it. I think that the second you think that you’re funny is when you stop being funny.”

And as for the press she’s gotten over the years for her story of coming to the United States from Russia as a child, well, she thinks it’s been a bit overblown.

Photograph by Cliff Watts

“It has nothing to do with me. I feel awful talking about it, because my parents should sit down and talk about it. They’re the ones who went through hell and back, who gave everything up. I didn’t do anything,” admits Kunis. “I was eight years old, and I tagged along. And my parents made me feel safe. I didn’t make those decisions. So I can’t take responsibility for it. Every immigrant has a story.”

Never, of course, would the 8-year-old girl starting a new life in America have imagined that she’d eventually be a household name here, trailed by the paparazzi on a daily basis (the latter of which, she could live without.) “Is it that hard to go grocery shopping? I can’t walk out of my house without being photographed, but it doesn’t mean that at ten o’clock at night, I can’t go to my twenty-four-hour Ralphs.”

And sorry, Mitt, you’ll have to look for another sexy 20something to lend her support this election season. “The way that Republicans attack women is so offensive to me,” Kunis exclaims. “And the way they talk about religion is offensive. I may not be a practicing Jew, but why we gotta talk about Jesus all the time? And it’s baffling to me how a poor person in Georgia can say, ‘I’m a Republican.’ Why?”

The November issue of Esquire hits newsstands on October 16.


Chris Brown Admits To Loving Rihanna & Karrueche Tran

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Yes! Chris Brown finally admits  he is in love with two women.

I know you guys have heard about him being spotted with Rihanna at the club in Manhattan, Jay Z’s show, and Rihanna’s Manhattan Hotel, but what about the video he tweeted (“The Real Chris Brown”) on Thursday night confirming the love triangle? Crazy right?   Brown starts off with “I’m a little drunk, so I’m gonna be honest.” He goes on to say how stressed out he is and he doesn’t know what to do. ‘Is there  such a thing as loving two people?’ he asks.

The video shows footage of Chris Brown with both ladies. Chris Brown with Rihanna looking happy and smiling, while the footage with him and  Karrueche Tran portrays the complete opposite. They look unhappy and nonchalant, with one frame showing them in a restaurant while they’re both completely engrossed in their phones.



The video ends with him saying “I don’t wanna hurt either or. This is me. I’m not trying to be a player. I’m not trying to be a dog. None of that. My momma raised me different. I just care. Too much.”

Karrueche responded on twitter with “Wtf is going on? All I’m saying is… You don’t mess with people’s genuine feelings. You just don’t!” “Life moves on … So let’s all,” she added.

Rihanna also tweeted “Ain’t nobody’s bidness…. But mine and my baby,”

Well Chris Brown didn’t get that memo!