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Posted at 11:01 AM ET, 05/05/2011

Kate Middleton and Prince William headed to California; Superman Henry Cavill engaged

Prince William and Kate Middleton — now the
The Duke and Duchess are California-bound. (Chris Jackson - Getty Images)
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge — will make an official visit to California this July. Their itinerary has not been announced, but the Telegraph reports that former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will host them. Think they’ll be listening to this song during the flight over? (People)

Henry Cavill , who is slated to play Superman in Zack Snyder’s film, has gotten engaged. He proposed to girlfriend Ellen Whitaker, who is a show jumper training for the British Olympic team. (Daily Mail)

Cheryl Cole of British pop group Girls Aloud will indeed be a judge on the U.S. version of “The X Factor.” (The Guardian)

Has Bristol Palin lost some weight or gotten some work done? Gawker investigates. (Gawker)

Rihanna keeps her robe closed in a perfume ad that appears in Kuwait. The rest of the world gets to see it slightly open. (Jezebel)

Child actor Jackie Cooper, who also played Daily Planet editor Perry White in the “Superman” movies, has died at age 88. (Associated Press)

The affianced Kristen Bell and Dax Shephard are not planning a big wedding. They plan to get married “whenever we feel like it,” Kristen Bell told Us magazine. “The fact that he asked me to marry him is of a little more importance than me planning a party,” Bell added. (Us)

Malin Akerman will play a journalist who gets seduced by Tom Cruise in “Rock of Ages.” (Zap2It)

Kelly Preston will star as the wife of John Gotti, to be played by real-life husband John Travolta, in “Gotti: Three Generations.” (Deadline)

Bradley Cooper could play Lucifer in a big-screen adaptation of John Milton’s “Paradise Lost.” (Vulture)

Celebritology chat: It’s at noon today instead of 2 p.m. Let’s call it a brown bag lunch discussion. Talk at 12?

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