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Baby Boy on the Way for Bachelor Star Kiptyn Locke

Originally posted 03/27/2015 01:15 PM

Baby Boy on the Way for Bachelor Star Kiptyn Locke

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The reality star says he's excited to welcome "my little partner in crime," who's due in July

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The Winklevoss Twins Will Play Themselves on HBO's Silicon Valley

Originally posted 03/27/2015 12:40 PM

The Winklevoss Twins Will Play Themselves on HBO's Silicon Valley

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HBO's Silicon Valley is about to get real meta.

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Can Emilia Clarke Do a Good Arnold Schwarzenegger?

Originally posted 03/27/2015 12:10 PM

Emilia Clarke Going from Game of Thrones to Terminator Genisys

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She's got a British accent in real life and speaks fluent Dothraki as Daenerys Targaryan on Game of Thrones, but these days Emilia Clarke is working on a more American sound.

Gearing up to star in the upcoming movie prequel Terminator Genisys, to out this summer, Clarke says she's not new to the popular franchise.

"I was absolutely a fan. I watched Terminator growing up," Clarke told PEOPLE at this week's Game of Thrones Season 5 premiere in San Francisco.

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Jimmy Fallon's dream came true – and turned into our nightmare.

The Tonight Show host celebrated his five new Madame Tussauds wax figures with a video of himself singing The Beach Boys' "Barbara Ann" ... with the wax figures singing backup.

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Hugh Bonneville Grateful and 'Amazed' That Downton Abbey Lasted Longer Than One Season | Downton Abbey

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Though the show's massive international success could hardly have been anticipated, Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville is somehow "amazed" that the award-winning show went beyond its first season – as was everybody else involved.

"Those who follow the show might remember at the end of [season] 1, there was a slightly odd feeling because some of it was wrapped up in case the show never returned and some of it was led to pen in case it did – so, there was no guarantee the show was going to continue," Bonneville, 51, told ITV's Good Morning Britain.

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