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Socks with sandals making news as funky new fashion statement

The freewheeling comfy charm is being made unique as men and women embrace wearing distinctively designed and colorful socks with their sandals to make an even more pronounced fashion statement.

Pistorius sentence set for Tuesday

Pretoria - South African Judge Thokozile Masipa adjourned Oscar Pistorius's sentencing hearing on Friday and scheduled the handing down of his sentence for Tuesday 21 October.

'The Equalizer' crushes competitors for an easy win

A true movie star in Denzel Washington took over the box office with relative ease as "The Equalizer" pummeled the competition.

Pistorius verdict 'not right' say Reeva Steenkamp's parents

Johannesburg - The parents of Reeva Steenkamp, who was shot and killed by Oscar Pistorius, reacted with disbelief at a judge's decision to acquit the star athlete of murder charges.

Do celebrity drug endorsements work?

New research reveals the common practice of using celebrity-endorsed drug adverts to offer treatments more credibility does not influence doctors when it comes to prescribing or strongly influencing consumers when they visit drug stores.

Robin Williams remembered: Koko the gorilla mourns loss of friend

The so amazing Robin Williams is being mourned by all around the planet Earth, even touching his friends in the animal world. News of Williams' death touched his gorilla friend, Koko, who took the news in somber reflection.

Robin Williams set up 3-part trust fund for his kids amid money trouble

Robin Williams reportedly didn't leave a note before taking his own life Monday, but the actor did have his finances in order.

Jagger leads British celebs urging Scots to stay in UK

London - More than 200 British celebrities, including Mick Jagger, Stephen Hawking and Judi Dench, have signed a letter urging Scotland to stick with the United Kingdom in next month's independence referendum.

Rolf Harris case 'will encourage more victims to come forward'

Sydney - The judge leading an Australian inquiry into institutional child abuse said Saturday that the conviction of disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris for sexual assault would encourage more victims to come forward.

Op-Ed: Can Glenn Beck reinvent himself?

Glenn Beck made a career on being the "rightest" of the right wing. However he has gone through a lot of changes with his career and life. His persona of always standing up for the right wing may be slowly crumbling.

Op-Ed: Is James Franco’s Instagramming turning into an addiction?

Soon after posting a photo of himself almost completely in the nude on Instagram last Thursday, James Franco was quick to take it down.

Ellen's 10-actor selfie already won the Oscars

On Sunday night Oscars host Ellen DeGeneres gathered A-list actors around her for a live "selfie" photo that she immediately posted on Twitter. The photo was retweeted 676,000 times within 30 minutes.

Future bride surprised by amazing celeb video by groom (video)

Llanelli - Steve Williams did an amazing thing for his future bride. He put together a video with clips made by her favorite celebrities as a really original wedding gift.

Pussy Riot members at odds over Madonna concert

Moscow - Six members of Russian punk group Pussy Riot on Thursday accused their previously imprisoned bandmates of undermining the group's ideals by appearing at a charity concert introduced by Madonna.

Interview with one of Hollywood's most powerful publicists Special

Los Angeles - Liza Anderson is one of Hollywood's most powerful celebrity publicists, public relations expert, as well as founder and president of Anderson Group Public Relations, an international PR firm based in Hollywood, California.

Violinist Vanessa Mae set to ski for Thailand at Sochi Olympics

Bangkok - Violinist Vanessa Mae is set to ski for Thailand at the Winter Olympics in Russia next month, the Thai team said on Monday.

Girlfriend of France's Hollande to remain in hospital

Paris - Valerie Trierweiler, the girlfriend of French President Francois Hollande, will not be checking out from hospital on Monday as initially expected, according to her office.

Alternative media criticizes people for mourning Paul Walker Special

Following the sudden and tragic death of actor Paul Walker, the alternative media has been ablaze with comments about celebrity obsessed culture and the lack of coverage of other important events in the mainstream news.

No Joke: Monty Python sells 20K tickets in 43.5 seconds

Who knew that Monty Python would still be hot enough more than 30 years after their last performance to sell 20,000 tickets in under a minute?

Award-winning Paula Abdul knows she 'won't want to leave' Israel

Jerusalem - Paula Abdul, singer, recording artist, choreographer, dancer, and television personality has arrived in Israel for the first time.

'Gravity' soars while 'Runner Runner' stalls

Movie-goers were lost in space in a big and good way as "Gravity" not only took hold, it grabbed an October record at the box office.

Op-Ed: The archaic stupidity of monarchial reverence

So, a new monarch has been born. Reluctantly, I know this; and only because the tv screens at my gym won’t shut up about it.

Review: ‘This is the End’ brings tears of happiness Special

In ‘This is the End,’ Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel become trapped at James Franco’s house when his housewarming party is disrupted by an apocalypse.

Interview with Anthony Pazos: 'L.A. Hair' Special

On May 29, I had the opportunity to interview celebrity hairstylist Anthony Pazos, who has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the film, television and music industries.

Norman Wong shoots musical, fashionable Toronto Special

Toronto - Toronto-based music label Arts & Crafts celebrate their 10th anniversary this year. A new photography exhibit highlights one city resident's connection with the label, as well as Toronto's place in the international fashion and music scenes.

Iron Butterfly bassist Lee Dorman found dead at 70

Los Angeles - Orange County Sheriff’s Department has confirmed that Iron Butterfly bassist, Lee Dorman, was found dead at approximately 9 a.m. Friday morning. He was 70 years old.

'Breaking Dawn Part 2' to take a huge bite out of the box office

UPDATE 11.17.12: As Saturday rolls on, it looks like the estimate tracking number for the weekend is closer to the $130-136 million range, below the whopping figure from earlier.

Style expert looks at the Emmys — Parties bring out the stars

Los Angeles - It is time to gaze into the crystal ball to predict some jewelry trends for the Emmy Awards. Actually, let's let leading style expert Michael O'Connor do that, as he offers up some trends he sees.

John Travolta says he's in 'celebrity prison'

London - John Travolta is currently in the UK to promote his new film, but when he was interviewed by the BBC he had other things on his mind.

Phil Hartman Joins Canada's Walk of Fame Special

Toronto - Among the inductees at this year’s Canadian Walk Of Fame is comedian Phil Hartman. He's best-known for his work on Saturday Night Live, The Simpsons, and NewsRadio, and the award is the result of years of work by his fans and family.
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Actor Jake Gyllenhaal, past winner of the golden globe, poses for a portrait in Hollywood
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CBC TV arts journalist Deana Sumanak reporting live outside the annual George Christy Luncheon in do...
CBC TV arts journalist Deana Sumanak reporting live outside the annual George Christy Luncheon in downtown Toronto
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Singer Miley Cyrus arrives on the red carpet for the Bambi 2013 media awards ceremony in Berlin
Singer Miley Cyrus arrives on the red carpet for the Bambi 2013 media awards ceremony in Berlin
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Jeff Koons (American, 1955) Michael Jackson and Bubbles 1988 Porcelain 42 x 70 1/2 x 32 1/2 in. (106.7 x 179.1 x 82.6 cm) San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Purchase through the Marian and Bernard Messenger Fund and restricted funds.
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Director Atom Egoyan (centre) at the annual George Christy Luncheon in downtown Toronto
Director Atom Egoyan (centre) at the annual George Christy Luncheon in downtown Toronto
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Michael Scaccia  metal guitarist  performs on stage.
Michael Scaccia, metal guitarist, performs on stage.
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Director Norman Jewison being interviewed by media at the Christy Luncheon in Toronto
Director Norman Jewison being interviewed by media at the Christy Luncheon in Toronto
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Actor/comedian Stephen Colbert in Vancouver during the Winter Olympics
Actor/comedian Stephen Colbert in Vancouver during the Winter Olympics
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Paula Abdul at the Israel Museum.
Paula Abdul at the Israel Museum.
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President Kagame shares his umbrella with Tom Murro from Celebritymagnet.com
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Director Norman Jewison with his wife at the annual George Christy Luncheon in downtown Toronto
Director Norman Jewison with his wife at the annual George Christy Luncheon in downtown Toronto
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eTalk Daily host Ben Mulroney (right) with his wife and one of his twins at the annual George Christ...
eTalk Daily host Ben Mulroney (right) with his wife and one of his twins at the annual George Christy Luncheon in downtown Toronto
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Isadore Sharp  founder of Four Seasons Hotel (left)  poses with George Christy  former editor of The...
Isadore Sharp, founder of Four Seasons Hotel (left), poses with George Christy, former editor of The Hollywood Reporter at the annual George Christy Luncheon
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Orlando (Tilda Swinton) in the film Orlando.
Orlando (Tilda Swinton) in the film Orlando.
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Charice and Iyaz singing
Charice and Iyaz singing
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