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Posted at 09:10 AM ET, 10/05/2011

Kristin Cavallari voted off ‘Dancing With the Stars’; Adele cancels U.S. tour

Kristin Cavallari was voted off of “Dancing With the Stars, ” leaving some in shock over Chaz Bono’s staying power. Read more about the elimination over at the TV Column.

Adele: Silenced for the moment. (Joel Ryan - AP)
Adele has canceled the remainder of her U.S. tour due to a hemorrhage into her vocal chord. The British singer is “truly devastated,” as we’re sure her fans are too. (WaPo via Associated Press)

Hugh Hefner is pretty bummed that NBC’s “Playboy Club” got the ax: “I'm sorry [the show] didn't find it's audience. It should have been on cable, aimed at a more adult audience,” Hef tweeted.

But then again...: “At the same time, there is renewed studio interest in a major motion picture on my life & the start of the Sexual Revolution.” All’s well. (@HughHefner)

Eddie Cibrian, star of the aforementioned “Club,” was reportedly taken to the hospital Tuesday after suffering a gash to his right heel. (People)

James Franco’s father Doug has passed away, his mother Betsy confirmed on Twitter. The cause of death is unknown. (@FrancosMom)

Hulu has jumped into the “ Arrested Development ” 2.0 bidding war. (Vulture)

Attention Gleeks: Read Jen Chaney’s “Glee”-cap here.

Find out which broken hearted reality star is channeling her sadness into music, after the jump.

Kat Von D is recording an album. (Radar)

Director Werner Herzog will play the villain in the Tom Cruise film ”One Shot.” (Vulture)

Justin Bieber will release a Christimas album. The holidays will never be the same again. (USA Today)

“I’m not that good looking. I think I’m a pretty weird-looking guy,” said obviously crazy person Ryan Gosling in a recent interview.(Chicago Sun-Times)

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