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Bindi Irwin is remembering one of the most emotional moments of her life.
When Irwin was just eight, she spoke in front of 5,000 people – as well as millions more on television – at the memorial for her father Steve Irwin.
There are some things you just can't show on television.
From Borat to Bruno, Sacha Baron Cohen has made a living playfully offending people. But in his latest movie, The Brothers Grimsby, it seems he's taken his gross-out sense of humor to a whole new level.
The actor stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday night to promote the upcoming film, but when it came time to show the clip, Kimmel said it was simply too graphic to show on broadcast television.
Saving the best for last? (Yes, haters, we ship Rory and Dean still.)
Rory (Alexis Bledel)'s first boyfriend – and first time – is the final ex-boyfriend to join Netflix's Gilmore Girls revival.
Jared Padalecki is reprising his role as her high school sweetheart Dean, according to Variety, which reports that Rory's dad Christopher (David Sutcliffe) will also officially return.
Since Teresa Giudice was released from prison in December, she and husband Joe Giudice have worked on scaling their lifestyle down and managing their finances.
"We don't have our shore house anymore, so we pretty much have our home," the Real Housewives of New Jersey, 43, star tells PEOPLE in an exclusive video.
She adds, "Thank god for that!"
Stars Hollow's resident bad boy – and runaway – Jess Mariano is back.
Milo Ventimiglia will reprise his role in the four-episode Gilmore Girls revival, Netflix confirmed Wednesday.
The actor who played Rory's (Alexis Bledel)'s next boyfriend, playboy media mogul with a heart of gold Logan Huntzberger (Matt Czuchry), has also signed on, leaving only high school sweetheart Dean Forster (Jared Padalecki) out of the mix ... for now.
With her husky voice and "wise guys" attitude, Angela "Big Ang" Raiola is always the life of the party on Mob Wives. Now, she's fighting for her own life after being hospitalized for stage 4 cancer.
A smoker for more than 40 years, the former owner of Staten Island's Drunken Monkey bar underwent two surgeries to remove a lemon-sized tumor from her throat last year. But last week, her sister revealed the reality star is now battling brain and lung cancer, and because chemotherapy isn't working, she set up a GoFundMe to raise money for alternative treatments. (The page surpassed its $25,000 goal in two days.)
Charlie Sheen is renouncing a man who claimed to have cured his HIV and injected himself with the actor's blood.
During his Wednesday appearance on The Dr. Oz Show, Sheen denied Dr. Sam Chachoua's account of treating him in a Mexico hotel room with a medically contested treatment involving goat milk.
"He would have stuff delivered at all hours of the night, and I was an idiot to keep taking it. It was just the BS started to really pile up with this guy. I was in Mexico probably for 32 hours. He says I was there for two months, so his math skills are equally as challenged as his science," said Sheen, 50. "I don't think I was dying. It's very bizarre, his memory of our initial time together. ... I couldn't keep track of this guy. He didn't really have an office I could go to."