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Posted at 08:52 AM ET, 05/11/2011

Arnold Schwarzenegger expresses thanks, love for Maria Shriver; Lindsay Lohan expected to plea

Arnold Schwarzenegger thanks friends for their support in light of news that he and wife Maria Shriver have separated. He also said during an appearance at last night’s Israel Independence Day celebration in L.A. that he and wife Shriver still love each other and are taking one day at a time. Watch the video below:

Did Ralph Macchio make it to the “Dancing With the Stars” semi-finals? Really, would a leg injury hold back Daniel-san? (TV Column)

Lindsay Lohan’s attorney is poised to enter a no-contest plea in court today on Lohan’s behalf, putting an end to the necklace theft case. Lohan is not expected to appear. (Associated Press)

Music producer and Janet Jackson ex Jermaine Dupri has been sued by an Atlanta woman who says he has not paid the child support money he owes her. (Associated Press)

Woody Harrelson to play Haymitch Abernathy in “The Hunger Games,” which really should win an award for movie with most publicized casting process. (Entertainment Weekly)

Lady Gaga wants you to hear her new music by playing Farmville. Actually, it’s a Gaga version of Farmville called Gagaville. Yes, unicorns will be involved — thanks for asking! (New York Daily News)

Katie Holmes gets a fashion apprentice and Christian Slater’s show gets canceled, after the jump.

Katie Holmes has reportedly hired stepdaughter Bella to be an apprentice at her clothing line. (Daily Mail)

Fox has canceled Christian Slater’s “Breaking In,” along with four series. On the other hand, it has picked up a new series starring Zooey Deschanel and J.J. Abrams’s “Alcatraz.” (Vulture)

Alec Baldwin has asked to be replaced in “Rock of Ages.” Wait, maybe this is the movie with most publicized casting process. Hmmm ... tough call. (Deadline)

Taylor Momsen and Jessica Szohr will not return to “Gossip Girl” as series regulars. (LA Times)

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