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Kristin Cavallari Packs Her Boxes in L.A. | Kristin Cavallari

Caught in the Act!

Originally posted 06/15/2007 06:00AM

• Hopefully there's a moving van in the vicinity! Kristin Cavallari, boxes up her kitchen utensils as she moves from her house in Los Angeles.

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Ugly Betty Star Ana Ortiz Getting Married | Ana Ortiz

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Ugly Betty Star Ana Ortiz Getting Married

Originally posted 03/12/2007 08:55PM

Ana Ortiz, who plays America Ferrera's fiery sister Hilda Suarez on Ugly Betty, will marry musician Noah Lebenzon in June in her native Puerto Rico, she tells PEOPLE.

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Ugly Betty's America Ferrera Saluted in Congress

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Ugly Betty's America Ferrera Saluted in Congress

Originally posted 01/18/2007 08:35AM

Ugly Betty star America Ferrera was already honored at the Golden Globes, and now she's been lauded in Congress.

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Tonight's TV: What's Hot

Fall TV Watch: What's Hot on Thursday

Originally posted 09/28/2006 09:30AM

NEW SHOWWatch It: Ugly Betty (ABC, 8 p.m. ET) A bizarrely, blissfully successful hybrid of comedy, drama and soap, Ugly Betty is based on a Colombian telenovela and executive-produced by Mexican actress Salma Hayek. I assume those two factors have something to do with the show's sensibility, a campy cheerfulness that's unlike anything in primetime. The basic story, though, will remind viewers of The Devil Wears Prada. Frump princess Betty Suarez (America Ferrera) lands a job as assistant to Daniel Meade, the new playboy editor of Manhattan fashion bible Mode. She's been positioned outside his office precisely because she's so unattractive that Mr. Meade (Eric Mabius) will stay focused. This is cruel. But Betty is smart, smarter than her boss, and guides him past the tiger pits being dug in the fashion jungle by a rival editor. Meanwhile, there are bigger, preposterous mysteries – Mode's previous editor, presumed dead, seems to be alive – and a parade of ridiculous fashionistas: a corporation full of wicked stepsisters to Betty's Cinderella. The show is a fairy tale that doesn't need the payoff of a glass slipper.

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