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  1. Hulk Hogan Says "WWE Is the Best," Wants to Be "Trump’s Running Mate"

    9:54 am 8/29/2015

    "Did you hear that? Vice President Hogan."Read more

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  2. Nick Jonas Shares Thoughts on Miley Cyrus Hosting the VMAs

    9:37 am 8/29/2015

    "There will be a lot of [racy moments]," Jonas said.Read more

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  3. Venice Film Festival: Martin Scorsese’s 'The Audition' Premiere Canceled

    7:48 am 8/29/2015

    Due to "technical problems" the big-budget short will not be in Venice. Read more

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  4. MTV VMAs: 10 Craziest Moments of Past Years

    7:30 am 8/29/2015

    From Kanye West's infamous stage crash to Michael Jackson's nonexistent "artist of the millennium" honor, THR looks back at the show's wildest moments to date.Read more

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  5. Harry Connick Jr., Trombone Shorty and Mayor Mitch Landrieu Perform at Katrina 10 Tribute Event

    6:45 am 8/29/2015

    Musicians and celebrities came together to thank those who aided in New Orleans' recovery after Hurricane Katrina.Read more

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  6. HBO Now: Movies, TV Coming and Going in September

    6:30 am 8/29/2015

    'Project Greenlight' and 'Wild' are among new titles joining the streaming service.Read more

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  7. Robert De Niro Has Never Watched 'The Sopranos'

    10:28 pm 8/28/2015

    De Niro said in an interview that he doesn't watch television much.Read more

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  8. Tila Tequila "Removed" From 'Celebrity Big Brother' Reportedly Due to Past Nazi Remarks

    8:03 pm 8/28/2015

    The reality star apologized for her controversial remarks.Read more

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  9. Vin Scully to Return for 67th Season With the Dodgers

    7:39 pm 8/28/2015

    The baseball team announced the news Friday evening.Read more

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  10. Latin Recording Academy Issues Statement to Donald Trump's "Continued Discriminatory Statements"

    6:51 pm 8/28/2015

    "Just as music brings people together, so, too, should those who aim to lead us," said Latin Recording Academy president and CEO Gabriel Abaroa Jr. Read more

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