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Kanye and Taylor

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Kanye peeves TSwift's fans -- again

It's the Kanye West and Taylor Swift feud -- the sequel.

West released some songs Thursday from his new album, "The Life of Pablo," throwing Swift's fans into a tizzy.

In the song "Famous," West reportedly croons, "I feel like me and Taylor might sti...

Barry Manilow

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Barry Manilow ill, postpones concerts

Entertainer Barry Manilow halted his tour after complications from surgery, in the midst of what's been described as his final concert tour.

Manilow's official Facebook confirmed the incident, saying it was due to complications from emergency oral sur...

Lamar Odom gym

CNN

Lamar Odom makes public appearance

Former NBA star Lamar Odom stepped back into Madison Square Garden on Thursday, attending Kanye West's New York fashion show and making a public appearance for the first time since he was hospitalized four months ago.

In October, Odom was driven from ...

Bernie Sanders on Late Show

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Sanders on Colbert: 'The revolution will literally be televised'

Bernie Sanders' New Hampshire victory lap extended to CBS' "Late Show" on Wednesday, where he finished host Stephen Colbert's opening monologue by announcing, "Last night, Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary by 22 points -- no joke!"

Morena Baccarin in Deadpool

20th Century Fox

Morena Baccarin thrilled page has turned for 'Deadpool'

"Deadpool" star Morena Baccarin talks about her work on the hotly anticipated big screen adaptation of the Marvel Comics icon.

Apple campus

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Les Moonves says talks with Apple have stopped

Last year, CBS CEO Les Moonves was bullish about his company's talks with Apple about a possible game-changer in TV.

Bruce Springsteen blurb

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Bruce Springsteen autobiography due in September

Bruce Springsteen has penned an autobiography and it's due this fall, according to a statement from his publisher.

Meryl Streep at 2016 Berlin film festival

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Meryl Streep on movie diversity: 'We're all Africans, really'

Answering a question about diversity in the movie industry at the Berlin International Film Festival, Meryl Streep told reporters that "we're all Africans, really."

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