Kris Jenner Announces Cookbook, Pretends She Can Cook

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If you’ve ever wondered what Kim Kardashian and kompany eat at home every night… well, you may need to get out more. But you also therefore need to get “In the Kitchen with Kris: A Kollection of Kardashian-Jenner Family Favorites,” which the reality TV star announced today will be available on October 21.

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 Fifi Geldof Mourns Peaches: My Beautiful Baby Sister, I Love You …

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The late Peaches Geldof’s relatives are struggling to come to grips with their grief in the wake of the UK journalist, socialite and media personality’s death. Peaches’ sister Fifi Geldof memorialized her sibling on Instagram today, writing: “My beautiful baby sister… Gone but never forgotten

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 James Rebhorn Obituary Written By Actor Himself: Read His Moving, Heartfelt Goodbye

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Veteran character actor James Rebhorn died on Friday from skin cancer at the age of 65, but not before a final curtain call of sorts: his own obituary. James Rebhorn’s career is familiar to many fans of film and television, spanning decades and comprised of quality roles too numerous to list here. But with his obituary, we have been given a rare glimpse into his life, as written by Rebhorn himself

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 Bill Murray Shouts Out Harold Ramis at Academy Awards: See His Poignant Tribute

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Bill Murray gave a brief but poignant shoutout to his old friend Harold Ramis while presenting the Academy Award for Best Cinematography Sunday night. After announcing the nominees with Amy Adams, Murray added, “Oh, we forgot one: Harold Ramis for Caddyshack, Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day.” The audience roared in approval when the actor mentioned his late former colleague, who wrote all three of the aforementioned Murray comedy vehicles: Bill Murray Honors Harold Ramis When the applause quieted, Murray apologized for stealing the moment, then handed the prize to the actual 2014 Oscar winner, Gravity’s Emmanuel Lubezki

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 Kelis Goes From Singing About Milkshakes & Jerk Ribs To Tackling Saucy Recipes On New Cooking Show!

We think it’s safe to say Kelis is a foodie! Why else would she have so many food-related songs?! Case in point, the recording artist is set to release her sixth album perfectly titled FOOD in April and will ALSO be hosting a new cooking show on the Cooking Channel!

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 Michele Savoia Dead; Broadway Costume Designer Was 55

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Michele Savoia, a 55-year-old costume designer who did costumes for such Broadway productions as Swing, Promises, Promises and Evita, has died. He apparently fell into the Hudson River while trying to board his boat in Manhattan. The New York City medical examiner’s office said late Monday that more tests are needed to pinpoint the precise cause of Michele Savoia’s death.

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 John Henson Dies; Son of Muppets Creator Was 48

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John Henson, a puppeteer and the son of legendary Muppets creator Jim Henson, died today of a sudden heart attack. He was 48 years old. The Jim Henson Company confirmed Henson’s death on its Facebook page Saturday via the following statement: It is with great sadness that we confirm that John Henson, son of Jim and Jane Henson and brother to Lisa, Cheryl, Brian and Heather, died at age 48 of a sudden massive heart attack on Friday, February 14, while at home with his daughter

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 Rolling Stone to Drake: Shut Your Yap, We Told You About Cover Change!

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Rolling Stone is firing back at Drake for his complaints about being dropped from the cover, saying he was told in advance that the switch was happening. Drake ripped Rolling Stone earlier today, claiming that he was unceremoniously replaced by the late Philip Seymour Hoffman on the front of the new issue. The rapper made it clear he wasn’t throwing shade on PSH, but sources close to Drizzy say “he only did the interview to be on the cover,” and feels “tricked.” He called the press “evil” in a Tweet earlier today

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