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Ashley Judd, 46, arrived for the premiere of "Insurgent" in New York City wearing an appropriately low-cut floral gown (below). And we only say "appropriately" because it appears as if her insurgent cleavage is fighting back against the constraints of her oppressive fabric.
"Melissa & Joey" actress Melissa Joan Hart — formerly of "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" and "Clarissa Explains It All" — is currently celebrating the 100th episode of "M&J" which airs tonight on ABC Family. We caught up with Hart for a little sneak peek, so watch as she takes a cue from her Clarissa character and explains it all to you in the video above. And this time, Ferguson won't interrupt.
E! announced on Tuesday that they're pulling "Fashion Police" from the air until September in the wake of Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin's departures, presumably after realizing nobody tunes in solely to see Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski — or as they're also known, Giuliana Rancic and whatshisname.
Christina Aguilera has either dyed her hair black or donned a black wig for her upcoming guest role on ABC's "Nashville" (below). She'll be playing a character named Jade, and let's face it, Jade is going to be evil, because her name is "Jade."
Former governor and presidential candidate Mitt Romney will reportedly fight Evander Holyfield in a charity boxing match this May, because apparently, Romney isn't satisfied to be publicly and mercilessly beaten only once.
Earlier this week, Irish songstress Sinead O'Connor announced on Facebook that she will never again perform "Nothing Compares 2 U" live. So instead, concert-goers will just have to settle for hearing Sinead's vast catalogue of no other hits.
Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim called Lady Gaga's Academy Awards tribute to "The Sound of Music" a "travesty," because she "had no relationship to what she was singing." But really, does anybody? How many of us can honestly say we've climbed ev'ry mountain, or include "bright copper kettles" as one of our favorite things?
On Tuesday, "Hart of Dixie" actress (and Taylor Swift BFF) Jaime King shared a very revealing baby-bump photo in only her underwear. However, the photo later disappeared from her Instagram page, which Jamie claims was the doing of her 1-year-old son James. In related news, Jamie King's son James is a computer genius on par with Steve Wozniak.
Actor Randy Quaid, known for his role in the "National Lampoon's Vacation" franchise, has reportedly uploaded a series of homemade sex tapes (also starring wife Evi Quaid) to his online VidMe page for all to see. And despite being thoroughly odd and unsolicited, we expect they'll go over much better with viewers than "Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie's Island Adventure."
Somebody on Twitter recently dug up a current picture of Eminem's 19-year-old daughter Hailie (below), who has undoubtedly blossomed into a beautiful young woman. But seeing as Em has previously threatened to choke anybody who so much as mentions Hailie's name, we're afraid we've already said too much. She's a fine young lady, Em. That is all.
Us Weekly has obtained a photograph of rumored couple Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes holding hands in February, further fueling speculation that the two have been carrying on a secret relationship since 2013 — or, at the very least, have really gotten into palm-reading.
And finally, English actor Jude Law and ex-girlfriend Catherine Harding recently welcomed a baby together — his fifth child in total after fathering three with ex-wife Sadie Frost and one with ex-girlfriend Samantha Burke. Law himself has yet to disclose the child's name, nor the name of the future ex-girlfriend he plans to impregate next.